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Ivry Gitlis

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Oeuvres présentes :
- Tchaïkovski - Concerto pour violon
- Brahms - Sonate pour violon & piano n°3 (I)
- Bartok - Melodia, sonate pour violon seul
- Elgar - La Capricieuse
- Wieniawski - Polonaise en ré majeur
- Saint-Saëns - Introduction et Rondo Capricioso
- Moskowski - Sarasate Guitare
- Albeniz - Kreisler Malaguena
- Paganini - Malaguena

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12 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Breathtaking virtuosity AND artistry!!!!! 21 novembre 2007
Par Edward Song - Publié sur Amazon.com
It is so wonderful to see my friend and mentor, Ivry Gitlis on top form. The Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto is HAIRraising!!!!!!!!!!! and the Brahms Sonata was absolutely stunning. His control of the bow to achieve optimal brilliance, colour and tonal shadings is inimitable. Although recorded in the 1960's/70's, his interpretations far exceed his time and are still unmatched by any violinist today.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Gitlis Is Unique & Also Has a High IQ!!! 28 novembre 2011
Par Nelson E. Donley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Ivry Gitlis is not only regarded as a legendary virtuoso, but he is an intellectual as well. Anyone who has ever sat in on one of his Master classes will testify to that. As a violinist, Gitlis is much like gourmet food; you either love it or hate it. Not everyone likes gourmet food. Some prefer junk food. The former is not necessarily better tasting than the latter; just a lot more sophisticated and unique.

I've heard the Tchaikovsky concerto performed by at least 100 violinists. After a while most of those interpretations tend to blur together and sound stagnant and commonplace, especially with contemporary violinists, which is why I rarely attend live concerts to hear violin concertos anymore. Technically speaking, today's violinists, on the whole, are better than ever. Yet, musically, they are far lacking in individuality. Like a McDonald's hamburger, no matter where you go they all taste the same. This is why I prefer to watch violinists of a previous generation, especially if I'm purchasing the performance on DVD; something I intend to watch again and again. This is one of those DVDs I'm talking about.

Most memorable are those in the league with Heifetz, Oistrakh, Ricci, Milstein, Grumiaux, Kogan, Rabin, Ferras, Szeryng, Kreisler, Stern, and Ivry Gitlis. The reason I mention so many is because each and every one of these artists are legendary. By the grace of God, Gitlis is still alive and well and is able to share his musicianship and wisdom on various outlets such as . Of course, there are other legendary violinists worthy of mentioning, but these are the ones that immediately come to mind.

Eduard Hanslick wrote a scathing review of this concerto when he heard it performed, saying that "The violin is no longer played but is yanked about, torn asunder, and beaten black & blue." Then he condemned it by saying that "The concerto stinks in the ear."

The problem with this concerto is that it's been so popular that it's become a old war horse. Too many of today's violinists fail to play it with individuality, or else they ham it up and overplay it. The way Heifetz played it was absolutely flawless. Gitlis plays the concerto similar to Ricci, with a powerful bow & unique phrasings. Some of his passages tend to border on the grotesque, which is perfect for this very aggressive work.

I only regret not having seen this performance in person. I read a review allegedly by the conductor's former wife castigating Ivry Gitlis' playing. I ignore such reviews because they are conceived with bias. Whenever anyone uses such broad terms as "lacks musical phrasing" or "plays like a fiddler" take it for granted that that person doesn't know what he/she is talking about. They are NOT being objective. An example of being objective would include such faults as bad intonation, spacatto in the place of staccato, and lackadaisical phrasing. But before anyone attempts to criticize the musician, it is best if they would FIRST read the score so they know what they're talking about! I've read where dilettantes have bashed Heifetz, who was perhaps the greatest violinist of all time. I would love to give these pseudo-musicologists a blind taste test to see if they could actually tell one violinist from another.

I've known conductors and soloists alike who badmouth one-another for various reasons, but rarely are such reasons legitimate. I don't even know who the conductor is on this DVD. He doesn't seem to be important. This is not that difficult of a concerto to conduct. But it is a difficult concerto to play uniquely without overdoing or underdoing it.

I made a copy of this DVD because I play it so much that I'm afraid of wearing it out. A better commendation cannot be given, and I recommend it highly.
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collector's item 1 décembre 2011
Par donny - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Gitlis displays his unique style very well in this dvd. He was one of the great violinists of his time and this dvd is a worthwhile buy for the classical violin music fan
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Could not agree more with "teva man" 4 avril 2009
Par printemps - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I could not agree more with "teva man" regarding the Tschaikovsky performance. One of the worst I've ever heard. No wonder. Mr. Gitlis' specialties are either "tidbits" or Paganini, which makes him what we call a "fiddle player", not a "violinist" let alone a musician. Only technique. And even here we're certainly not at the top. His bowing is often unsatisfactory which results in a harsh sound. His phrasing lacks musicallity and taste and also the value of the notes is only an "option". (Ever tried to listen to his Franck sonata)??
As far as the conductor and the orchestra are concerned, they sure had a hard time. I know this from a very reliable source, the conductor, who happens to be my late husband. This kind of soloists, illogical, unmusical, unreliable, are what conductors hate most.
My advice as a musician. Don't buy.
4 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not Great 23 décembre 2007
Par ricardo_guerrero - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ivry Gitlis has always been an interesting violinist to follow. He definitely has his share of afficionados (as evidenced from the average five star Amazon rating of The Art of Ivry Gitlis CD set), he has excellent technique, and his contribution to the violin kingdom has been significant. However, his playing is unpalatable and often borders on unlistenable. Gitlis gives slapdash readings of nearly everything I've heard, and although he attempts to make good music, he usually fails - and badly. His interpretations seem as though he is in a hurry to finish one piece and move on to the next.

This disc offers a good selection of performances from the '60s and 70s - the Tchaikovsky Concerto (live performance), Paganini "La Campanella" (with orchestra), Wieniawski Polonaise #1, Albeniz' Malaguena, Saint-Saens Intro. & Rondo Capriccioso, Moszkowski/Sarasate Guitarre, a movement from the Bartok Solo Sonata, and the first movement of Brahms Sonata #3. The accompaniments by Tasso Janopoulo (Thibaud's frequent pianist) and Georges Pludermacher (Milstein's pianist for many years) are actually the best part of the performances. The orchestra and conductor for the Tchaikovsky seemed like they had a hard time following him, in one of the worst performances of it I've ever heard. The first movement cadenza is one of the greatest in the repertory - Gitlis has a few interesting things, including down-bow staccato embellishments - but as usual, he rushes through it and doesn't savor the moments. The Saint-Saens offers Gitlis' usual brilliant technique, particularly in the final hurl of semiquavers, but the rest of it is like he's on drugs; there are many odd "sentimental" crescendo/decrescendo swells. Pludermacher's piano accompaniment is actually quite enjoyable - and a refreshing change from the orchestral accompaniment of this overplayed piece.

The Bartok solo sonata and the Paganini are the best things on this disc - the music seems to suit Gitlis' style much better than anything else offered here.

Although this disc offers EMI's usual fine effort in presenting archive performances, this particular disc is not recommended.
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