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Music for a Glass Bead Game Import


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  • CD (7 octobre 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: John Marks Records
  • ASIN : B000003Y9F
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Disque : 1

  1. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 1 in C, BWV 772
  2. Duo for Violin and Violoncello, Op. 7: Duo, Op. 7: I. Allegro serioso, non troppo
  3. Duo for Violin and Violoncello, Op. 7: Duo, Op. 7: II. Adagio
  4. Duo for Violin and Violoncello, Op. 7: Duo, Op. 7: III. Maestoso e largamenete ma non troppo lento-Presto
  5. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 7 in e, BWV 778
  6. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 13 in a, BWV 784
  7. Duetto II: Duetto II: I. Allegro moderato
  8. Duetto II: Duetto II: II. Tempo di Menuetto
  9. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 9 in F, BWV 780
  10. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 10 in G, BWV 781
  11. Duo for Violin and Violoncello (Theodore Presser Company): Duo: I. Preludium: Andante moderato
  12. Duo for Violin and Violoncello (Theodore Presser Company): Duo: II. Rondo: Allegro con brio
  13. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 6 in E, BWV 777
  14. Two-Part Inventions 1,3,6,7,9,10 and 13: Invention No. 3 in D, BWV 774
  15. Arr. Johan Halvorsen: Passacaglia, from Suite No. 7 in minor

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HASH(0x967d7f30) étoiles sur 5 Classic and Modern Duos for Violin and Cello. 11 février 1999
Par Paul Geffen - Publié sur Amazon.com
This recording brings together two important twentieth-century duos for violin and cello. For variety and contrast, they are presented with shorter baroque and classical works arranged for violin and cello. The result is a fascinating and delightful program.
Kodaly is neither Romantic not Modern; he is sui generis, in a class by himself. His roots run deep into the Hungarian folk tradition, which he studied and championed and then distilled into a very refined personal style. His sound is sometimes similar to that of his countryman Bartok, but I find it more lyrical, introspective, and subtle. It's deceptively simple on the surface, but this economy transmits musical expression of great depth.
Delmoni and Rosen play the Kodaly Duo passionately and with a rich, resonant tone. The Adagio is searching, mysterious and dark, and it is given a sympathetic reading here. Overall, this performance is very smooth and polished, with moderate tempos and very clean intonation and articulation. This is in contrast to the more astringent tone adopted by Josef Suk in his live performance with Andre Navarra on Praga, a more typical East European sound. Delmoni and Rosen sound restrained by comparison, but they are just as expressive in a different and less direct way.
The Martinu Duo is a short and powerful piece with some very effective contrasts between the two movements. The first is eerie, spooky, even creepy, but with counterpoint as precise as that of Bach. It is dissonant and tightly organized to great effect. The second movement shares the sense of precision but has a very different feeling; made up mostly of fast runs, it is lighter, even amusing. And the time signature keeps changing. In the middle of this mad Rondo is a short passage where the mood of the Prelude returns, briefly, while the rest of the movement runs rings around it. (My interpretation of the work is as a quasi-religious dyptich of ominous death balanced by exuberant life. And always in the midst of life, the spectre is with us.)
Delmoni's brilliant passagework and Rosen's earthy tones are well suited to putting across the various moods of this piece.
Tommaso Giordani wrote operas and songs and was based in London and Dublin for the better part of his career. His Duetto is a pleasant, if somewhat predictable, collection of early Classical figures and gestures.
No transcription is credited for the Bach Inventions, and I have no doubt they are played straight from the keyboard score. Alongside the bright, inventive pieces described above, the Bach seems somehow dull, and perhaps they are played this way deliberately. The Inventions are included to provide contrast to the Kodaly and Martinu works. After hearing Bach we are more aware of the freedoms these later masters enjoy. The Bach pieces are taken very seriously indeed.
The recital ends with a Handel passacaglia, a brilliant set of variations taken from one of the Suites for keyboard. All the contrasts presented in the rest of the program are summed up here, all the colors and moods are repeated in miniature, bringing the hour to a suitable close.
The recording and production are excellent, as always from this label. The sound of the performance is captured in a natural ambience, somewhat reverberant, with a very lifelike presence.
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HASH(0x976e5ae0) étoiles sur 5 Violin for audiophiles 5 septembre 2002
Par Rick Becker, equipment reviewer, - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am not a violin lover, but I asked John Marks to recommend a CD or two to use for equipment reviewing purposes. Glass Bead Game was one of them. The recording is not only excellent in audio quality, but the music itself in incredibly intriguing.
A compilation of short works, the CD is not your typical violin concerto, but a series of unpredictable pieces that hang together in a very involving way. I find myself listening to it over and over again during breakfast as well as after dinner.
Not only is Arturo's playing flawless...as best my untrained ear can tell...but the texture of the notes is extremely involving on my high resolution system. I didn't expect to be so delighted with it, but I am. Thank you very much, Mr. Marks.
Excellent recommendation!!
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HASH(0x967b53cc) étoiles sur 5 Chamber music with attitude 20 septembre 2002
Par C. Dowling - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've owned this cd for almost 2 years and return to it regularly when I'm in the mood for a bit of attitude from a couple of string players... The playing is top notch and the recording quality is excellent. (For the audiophile, the instruments are very "real sounding"). The selections are inspired, I love the spaning of era's and all the pieces "work" in sequence (a tough task to accomplish with music from various composers). This disc has also introduced me to a new favorite composer; Kodaly.
This is simply a wonderful disc musically, artisticly and in terms of sound quality. A rare treat.
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HASH(0x967b5a68) étoiles sur 5 Worth every cent 3 septembre 2002
Par Graeme Forbes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Nicely judged program of music for violin and cello, with modern pieces by Kodaly and Martinu balancing Bach and Handel. Sounds especially good if you happen to have a CD player that does HDCD decoding (there'll be an "HDCD" logo on the front if it does). But it's excellent on a standard player too. See glassbead website for more details about the disc.
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