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Minkus-Lanchbery: La Bayadère (2 CDs)
 
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Minkus-Lanchbery: La Bayadère (2 CDs)

2 mai 1994 | Format : MP3

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Par Roger Dominique Maes COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 17 février 2015
Format: CD
Ludwig Minkus, "La Bayadère", orchestration de John Lanchbery, English Chamber Orchestra, Richard Bonynge, 1992, 2 CD Decca, 1994, notice en anglais, allemand, français et italien.

On a peine à croire que "La Bayadère", un des chefs-d'oeuvre de Marius Petipa, ait été inconnu à l'Ouest jusqu'à ce que Rudolf Noureev en présente la seule scène des Ombres à Londres en 1963, et qu'un autre célèbre transfuge de l'Union Soviétique, Natalia Makarova, le monte en entier pour l'American Ballet Theatre à New York en 1980, et pour le Royal Ballet en 1989. Et en 1991 ce fut le dernier spectacle que Noureev créa pour l'Opéra de Paris avant sa mort prématurée. Décors et costumes évoquaient, en partie du moins, la mise en scène somptueuse de la première au Théâtre Marie le 4 février 1877: pour les fiançailles de Solor et Gamzatti, Petipa avait rassemblé pas moins de cent trente danseurs et figurants; Solor faisait son entrée monté sur un éléphant; la scène des Ombres se déroulait devant un palais illuminé qui sortait de terre tandis que des bayadères voltigeaient dans les airs suspendues à des fils... Ce n'est qu'en 1900 que cette scène fut changée et exécutée, comme on la voit depuis, sur un simple fond noir.
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HASH(0x98395ad4) étoiles sur 5 Not the real ballet! 5 août 2002
Par John-Michael Sherrick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This mediocre recording of LA BAYADERE is quite different from the traditional performances in Russia. It's even more different from the Kirov's reconstruction of the performance score for the 1900 production. John Lanchberry has stated time and time again in interviews that he doesn't like the music of Minkus and it shows in his arrangement of the score. Some of the ballet's loveliest music is cut (although I think I read that Markarova,who staged the version for which Lanchberry revised the score, is responsible for that), his interpolations in the score (such as most of the third act)are dreadful, and the orchestrations are heavy-handed, pretentious, and far too modern-sounding for 1877. Supposedly the Kirov Ballet Orchestra is coming out with a cd based on the 1900 revival. For those of us who love 19th century ballet music, let's hope so. I only gave the recording 3 instead of 2 stars since some of Minkus' sparkling score survive the butchery.
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HASH(0x98395b28) étoiles sur 5 Sledgehammer Bayadère 29 février 2004
Par Marc Haegeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I see no reason to recommend this issue, unless for the fact it is a complete recording of a great ballet score, otherwise non available. Unfortunately enough, it comes in one of those fearful John Lanchbery sledgehammer arrangements that made a certain reputation in the ballet world in the West, if only for the fact that they are connected with reputed names like Rudolf Nureyev (for his staging of "Don Quixote") and in the case of "La Bayadère", Natalia Makarova, and thus regularly performed in various theatres. In Russia, though, where Minkus' music is played in more faithful arrangements Lanchbery's (called "the butcher" or "the ripper") orchestrations are sneered at, and not without reason. It suffices to compare this version of "La Bayadère" with the one Nureyev staged for the Paris Opera in 1992. Both are arrangements by Lanchbery, although in the latter case Nureyev asked him to respect Minkus' own orchestrations. Two different worlds.
Moreover, to say that Minkus' original orchestration is dull, is unfair. The fact remains that until the Mariinsky Theatre recently unearthed Minkus' handwritten score of "La Bayadère" for their reconstruction of the complete ballet (2002), nobody had ever heard it in its original guise. In a time when musicians everywhere are making considerable efforts to go back to the original scores, following the indications of the composer as close as possible, even playing them on contemporary instruments, an arrangement a la Lanchbery is at best an irritating aberration.
Enough to say that in this recording Minkus has become totally unrecognisable and what you hear is John Lanchbery - not Ludwig Minkus. Melodies have been corrupted with useless decorative counterpoint, harmonies have been thickened sometimes to the point that it makes Minkus sound like Wagner, there are some very unfortunate cuts (although for these Makarova might be to blame), a shoplifter reconstruction of the 4th act, and the general impression is one of pedantry, bombast and fake theatricality.
In short, this CD issue is only for the Lanchbery fans. Anyone caring for 19th century ballet music and Minkus, will stay away from it and wait for a CD release of the original Minkus "Bayadère".
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HASH(0x98395f60) étoiles sur 5 La Bayadere is back! 17 mai 2002
Par ATP - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Suddenly La Bayadere seems to be everywhere: last summer I saw the Paris Opera Ballet production, and both the Bolshoi and Perm State Ballet will come to Southern California this year. I've heard the Kirov will bring a new four-act version to the East coast.
Since I enjoy ballets more when I'm familiar with the score, I was happy to find the music for the complete ballet.
A local dance reviewer once remarked that Minkus was an undoubted hack, but at times an inspired hack. Certainly La Bayadere is not the kind of thematically coherent work you can expect from Delibes or Tchaikovsky.
But if you have ever seen "the kingdom of the shades," with rows of white-clad dancers repeating arabesques in endless, hypnotic patterns, you will recognize the slow, stately music from that scene. It's in deliberate contrast to the consciously exotic music of the earlier scenes, with its flavorings of bells and percussion.
As always, Bonynge seems to have a real sympathy with the 19th-century sensibilities of the composer. He leads the orchestra with the regular tempos and pacing of a conductor who can see the dancers on stage.
Not a score I play often - at least, not in full. But this is a recording I'm very happy to have, because it both prepares me to see the ballet and helps me to recapture my memories of the performance.
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HASH(0x97be8348) étoiles sur 5 Without preconceptions 26 mai 2010
Par David C Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It seems to me that some reviewers have been unfair to this recording. As someone who loves ballet music but who has never heard any other version of this music, I found the entire work to be absolutely enchanting.

It is beautifully played by the English Chamber Orchestra and directed by Richard Bonynge with his customary panache and feeling. As for the orchestration, it seems to me to be ideal for a Nineteenth Century ballet, especially one so profuse as this one is with glorious melodies.

As a reviewer has pointed out, the names of the tracks on the disks (`Moderato', `Maestoso', `Andante' etc) are of no help at all if you wish to follow the action of the ballet by matching the music with the synopsis in the booklet. Eventually, I gave up trying and, with only the haziest idea of what was supposed to be happening on stage, I just surrendered to the music and let it weave its own enchantment right down to the last moments of the ballet when `the peaks of the Himalayas appear beyond the ruins of the palace and the shade of Nikiya is seen gliding through the air with Solor at her feet, gazing up at her imploringly.'

I warmly recommend this recording to anyone who loves Nineteenth Century ballet music.
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HASH(0x97be842c) étoiles sur 5 Good, but incomplete and oh! Those tempi! 29 août 2006
Par Jerry Kokich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First off, it is not the complete score. It's close, but no cigar.

Now, as to the tempi. Bonynge is a fine conductor, but is a disaster when it comes to dance-able tempi. There are a number of recordings of ballet music conducted by him that range from a bit quick to laughable. In this recording, you get 'em all.

Now, before you get all high and mighty on me, I danced for 18 years, 8 of those with The Joffrey Ballet, and I teach, so I know a little about what is and isn't a good dance tempo.

If you actually tried to dance at the speed of some of the Act II variations, you'd be lucky if all you did was embarass yourself. There is one, cut #7 (Allegro 9) that has three distinct sections. Bonynge conducts the first section too slowly, the second WAAAYYYY too fast and the third again too slowly. The second section of #11, Allegro Con Spirito, is used once for a series of lifts, then repeated for Solor's variation. On the CD, it is not repeated and, is, oh, I'd say about 20 times too fast for either.

The Kingdom of The Shades (the opening of Act II), one of the most exquisite pieces of ballet music ever, and which should have a hauntingly beautiful pacing, is, again, too fast to do the steps properly.

Now, I understand if a piece of music was first written as an orchestral piece and later adapted for ballet; in that case, tempi have a wide range of interpretation. However, La Bayadere was written, as far as I know, as a ballet and should be played with an ear for dance speeds.

So, yes, go ahead and buy the CD; it's a wonderful listen. However, if you ever get the chance to see La Bayadere in person, be prepared for an entirely different, and wonderful, musical experience.
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