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Le Chant De Terezin - Requiem Hebreu

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  • Orchestre: Radio Symphonie Orchester Berlin
  • Chef d'orchestre: Lawrence Foster
  • Compositeur: Franz Waxman
  • CD (23 mars 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B00000I0T7
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HASH(0x92a12e4c) étoiles sur 5 MUSIC OF GREAT QUALITY & STRENGTH 29 mai 1999
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These two works were written after the Second World War, Zeisl's in 1945 and Waxman's in 1965, but they still meet the criteria of London's Entartete Musik. Franz Waxman (1906-1967) and Eric Zeisl (1906-1959) were Jewish composers forced to flee the Nazis in the 1930's. Each was inspired to write a work honoring the lost inmates of Terezin, Waxman by the publication of children's poems and songs known in English as "...i never saw another butterfly...", Zeisl by a more personal connection, the murder of his father in 1944. I alaborate these dates because they show us how early the true story of Terezin became known - decades before the revival of the lost Czech composers.
Waxman set eight of those children's poems in German. The music is tonal, lush, and descriptive his sincerity and sheer skill make strong impressions; few oratorios by any composer manipulate soloists, chorus and orchestra so effectively. The final poem, "Fear", is a magnificent prayer whitten by a 12-year old girl; Waxman honors it with terrifying music. After several hearings I am seduced by its power and beauty.
Zeisl set the 92nd Psalm in Hebrew, an unusual text for a Requiem. His music is late-Romantic, with a few searing harmonies but also classical elements, including a closing fugue. It sounds like a gentler Ernest Bloch. Less than half the duration of Waxman's song cycle, it is deeply moving.
The performances are outstanding, composers from Bach to Bruckner would rejoice in such representation. A photo in the booklet shows a teen aged Lawrence Foster looking at a score with Waxman; this suggests a long-held connection that may contribute to the dedication evident throughout this disc. Need I add that London's sound is exemplary? This music and this disc are highly recommended.
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HASH(0x925035b8) étoiles sur 5 Remarkable 24 janvier 2000
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The first time I heard this, I was driving and was so mesmerized by what the radio station (thanks,WKZE) was playing I missed my exit. I an NOT a classical buff, and knew nothing of the history behind this orchestration, but was transfixed by the weird, gripping beauty of music like none I have ever heard before.
HASH(0x92503564) étoiles sur 5 Touching, poignant music and superb performances 23 octobre 2015
Par G.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Franz Waxman is probably best known for his film music, though his concert work has received a bit of attention the last couple of decades; Eric Zeisl also made a career as a film composer, but recordings of his orchestral and chamber music have, to my ear, revealed him to be more than worthy of being compared to the greatest composers of the twentieth century. Both composers are stylistically associated with brilliant, essentially late-romantic splendor often reminiscent of film music – which is unsurprising since these were among the composers establishing the sound of (Hollywood-style) film music. The disc at hand, however, finds them both in unusually reflective, dark, and powerfully poignant mode, far removed from the glitter, champagne and historical-epic qualities of the works with which most listeners would associate them.

It is hard not to be affected by Waxman’s The Song of Terezin, composed in 1965 to texts drawn from poems written by children incarcerated in the Terezin concentration camp. Waxman sets the text with obvious consideration and sensitivity to the material, though there is a sense of anger running underneath and the score turns pretty dramatic at times. Scored for soprano, children’s choir, mixed choir and large orchestra, Waxman is also an exquisite colorist. Is it great music, though? See, that’s the rub – like I said it is impossible not to be touched by this work, but I don’t really think Waxman’s music adds much to the poignancy of the poems. But then, maybe it wasn’t supposed to do so? I have to admit to having some trouble rating a work like this.

Eric Zeisl’s Requiem Ebraico (Psalm 92) for choir, soloists and orchestra was written in 1944-45 in memory of the composer’s father. The music is more subdued than Waxman’s, but also somewhat more conservative, at least superficially so (there are, as always with Zeisl, some interesting and remarkable touches here and there). Though the text (sung in Hebrew) isn’t anywhere near as moving as Waxman’s poems, the music itself is to my ears more touching and more eloquent. It is probably not among Zeisl’s greatest works, but it is a touching one nonetheless. The performances are uniformly superb, at all levels, and the sound is very good. Overall, this is a highly recommendable disc, though I do perhaps – I have to admit – suspect that the contexts of these works, and the poems Waxman uses, have led to higher ratings for this disc than the music alone strictly speaking warrants. Still.
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HASH(0x92503654) étoiles sur 5 Waiting for a new edition - Zeisl Requiem Hebraico 1 avril 2006
Par Rachel Cohen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I heard the Requiem yesterday at the Israeli Philharmonic with Zubin Mehta, first performance in the country. The audience was told that there's no recording of it in Israel (the concert was recorded live). It was exciting and amazing, I want to listen to it again. There are many jewish motives and dances, which may sound exotic to persons who don't know european jewish music. Wonderful choir music full of energy and beautiful melodies.
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