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1812 Overture/Romeo & Juliet

17 octobre 1995 | Format : MP3

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HASH(0x961dc984) étoiles sur 5 A bargain recording: buy this for Giulini's FRANCESCA 5 décembre 2005
Par Alan Majeska - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Carlo Maria Giulini (1914-2005) recorded Tchaikovsky's FRANCESCA DA RIMINI with the Philharmonia Orchestra in the 1960s, and it is still considered a benchmark recording for this work to which many others are compared. Giulini starts out in a rather tame manner, but really whips up excitement in the dramatic pages, representing the forbidden love of Paolo and Francesca, and the torments of eternity in hell. If this 25 minute piece were the only work on this disc, it would be worth the very modest asking price.

FELIX Slatkin (father of conductor Leonard Slatkin) recorded 1812 with the Hollywood Bowl orchestra in the early days of stereo, and turns in a fine, if not stellar recording of the piece. The closing pages don't have the intensity of some of the finest recordings: Haintink/Concertgebouw (Philips), Dorati/Detroit (Decca), Ormandy/Philadelphia (Sony), but overall this is a fine recording of Tchaikovsky's warhorse.

Steinberg's MARCHE SLAVE is OK if you like it fast, but I prefer this work to have a little more gravitas. The Pittsburgh Symphony plays very well, as in all their EMI recordings.

So, you get some of EMI's back catalog for a pittance, and one of the best FRANCESCAs ever recorded. Recommended.
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HASH(0x961dc9d8) étoiles sur 5 Tchaikovsky: piezas musicales de excepcion 1 décembre 2004
Par felipe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Tchaikovsky nos sorprende con grandes obras sinfonicas que se alejan de lo que uno mas conoce de este autor, cascanueces o el increible Lago de los Cisnes, conocemos por cierto a la 1812, pero estas maravillosas Francesca da Rimini o la hermosa Romeo y Julieta son de antologia.

La obertura 1812 escuchadas por todos alguna ves es estruendosa pero esa lucha franco-rusa, la fuerza y la libertad son admirables, la version de Slatkin es muy buena, pero Ormandy y Jarvi lo hacen mucho mejor.

Igor Markevitch es un director de rigor ruso y aqui lo demuestra esta es una de mis versiones favoritas aunque Ormandy lo hace muy bien tambien.

Francesca da Rimini es una pieza maravillosa, diferente y basada en algo extraño como es el amor y la muerte, y el camino al purgatorio, es delicada y sublime, profunda, genial; Giulini es un gran director y lo hace muy bien, version alternativa, Masur o Markevitch.

Finalizamos con el fervor patriotico de una marcha excepcional, la marcha eslava es energizante, vigorosa y delicadamente popular, Steinberg hace su mejor esfuerzo y nos muestra una version estilizada, escuchen a Ormandy o Karajan en grabaciones sin igual.
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HASH(0x961dce10) étoiles sur 5 Saved by the 1812 Overture 11 avril 2008
Par Peter Chordas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've been searching for a good rendition of Francesca Da Rimini and one reviewer had commented that this version conducted by Carlo Maria Guilini was THE ONE that set the highest marks for all others to follow. If that's true, then I think it was surpassed a long time ago by Karajan. It's not terrible but the problem I have with it is the same thing I have with all the pieces on this CD with the exception of the 1812 Overture; they are uneven. In places they are overly rushed and sped up, then other parts are too slow. It's noticeably annoying. Especially the Romeo and Juliet. At one point (almost out of the blue) I thought Markevitch was swatting at a fly and the symphony was desperately trying to keep up with him. This is one of the greatest love stories ever written. Where is the deep emotion Tchaikovsky poured into the sheet music to demonstrate that?!!

It's one saving grace is the 1812 Overture. Slatkin carries the tempo well and builds it up to a shattering climax with flare of trumpets and brass. It may not be the best but it is played with conviction.

I don't care what anyone says, Tchaikovsky was a romantic and his music needs to be played with sensitivity. Both joy and despair need to be felt or you have failed to perform the music as it was meant to be played.
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HASH(0x961dcdf8) étoiles sur 5 Generally good but you can find better 8 août 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I own numerous versions of Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture and I have to say that this version (conducted by Felix Slatkin) is not one of the best. I was disappointed that, instead of using real cannon effects during the climax, the orchestra used drums instead to similate the cannon fire. That's unforgivable! This CD is redeemed by Carlo Maria Guilini's exciting re-endition of Francesca da Rimini and by Markevitch's conducting of Romeo and Juliet. Marche Slav was also good, but not spectacular. If you're willing to pay more, there is an excellent CD of all of these same pieces with Sian Edwards conducting the Royal Philharmonic orchestra ("Classics for Pleasure" label). Another excellent inexpensive verson of the 1812 is with Adrian Leaper conducting the Royal Philharmonic ("Tchaikovsky Festival" and "The Best of Tchaikovsky" NAXOS). I would highly recommend those versions instead of this one. There are so many great versions of the 1812 Overture to choose from, why choose a fair version instead of a great one?
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HASH(0x961df0cc) étoiles sur 5 Dynamic '1812' CD 2 décembre 2000
Par Howard Lang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I remember the '60's, when you could pack a picnic dinner around July 4th and sit in the 'cheap' seats up top at the Hollywood Bowl and enjoy the '1812' with full Carrolong (bells, chimes) accompanied by cannons. The cannons were fireworks set off behind the 'bowl'. It made the occasion spectacular! I miss that and was hoping to recapture some nostalgia. This CD featureres the same conductor/orchestra in a little bit hurried tempo studio version of the performances I enjoyed. There are no sound effects. The dynamic range of the CD is great compared with the vinyl record. However, I will still listen to my cassette dub of the now scratched 33 1/3 LP. Amazon is a great way to get back some of the music I have enjoyed over the years.
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