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Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 3 / 5 Etudes-tableaux

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  • Chef d'orchestre: Paavo Berglund
  • Compositeur: Sergey Rachmaninov
  • CD (5 décembre 1995)
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  • Label: Emi Classics
  • ASIN : B000002RYC
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Played as if by the composer himself 28 mai 2002
Par Alex Serrano - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The high praise this recording has recieved is far from enough so i thought i would add a few lines of my own. The Rachmaninov 3rd has been used by so many pianists as a test rather than the true masterpiece it is. In the past few years we have gotten performances by Kissin, Volodos, Lang Lang and others who offered always their own interesting touches, however none i thought to be following Rachmaninov's own superb interpretation or even Horowitz's first recording in the 1930's which i thought to be the norm for this work. This performance by Andsnes, Berglund, and the Oslo Philharmonic can only be compared in perfection and truthfulness to the score to that Rachmaninov himself.
Andsnes rids the music of oversentimentality and plays it straightforward however with a beautiful singing tone and vurtuosity that seems second to nobody. Also, the commitment from the conductor and the orchestra is revelatory in a score which is usually handled poorly. The only point where i thought there was some deviation with rachmaninov's own interpretation was in the cadenza where andsnes chooses the massive chordal option rather that the light fingerwork one. However, Andsnes interpretation is massive, yet never seems out of the context of the movement.
In regards to sound (even though the concerto is supposed to be a live recording, the notes reveal various tapes and also a studio rehearsal), both the piano and orchestra are caputured in perfect balance with each other.
This is a performance which is so superb that nothing really is to be desired - nothing seems to be left out - and most important, i feel that rachmaninov himself would have been pleased to hear his masterpiece played with so much insight.
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Incredible 28 novembre 2001
Par savvyreader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I saw Andsnes perform the Rachmaninoff 3 live in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and the experience changed me. I met him backstage after the performance, barely able to speak I was so shocked by the beauty of what I had just witnessed.
This interpretation is vibrant, youthful, and masterful. I only listen to it when I have time to pay attention--it is too good to be used as background music.
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Excellent performance of elusive Rachmaninov Masterpiece! 12 juin 1999
Par mahlerii@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The "Rach 3" has had good press lately because of "Shine". This performance is one of the best on the market right now. It is fiery without being frivolous, and romantic without getting bogged down. This is a live performance spliced from a series of concerts, but it doesn't sound like it. The sound quality is excellent and the Oslo Orchestra play beautifully. As for Andsnes, he is simply breathtaking. This is head and shoulders the best digital Rach 3 that is on the market today.
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Andsnes is Worthy of the Praise He's Been Getting 21 août 2003
Par J Scott Morrison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ever since Leif Ove Andsnes burst on the scene a few years ago he's been getting the kind of praise that I must confess puts me off. It seems that every few years we get new Horowitzes or Rubinsteins. And almost as often these pianists disappear after a few years. I won't mention any names, but you probably know whom I mean. Andsnes, though, is different. Although I've never heard him in person, I have friends whose judgment I trust who, no pushovers, have universally been extremely impressed. I, too, was really impressed with his recording, with Simon Rattle, of the Brahms First and his recent CD of selections from Grieg's Lyric Pieces.
I've lived with this recording of the Rachmaninov Third Concerto now for about a year--even though it was released eight years ago or so, I just acquired it in the summer of 2002--and I must say that it is the performance I reach for most often. I've had to ask myself why and I think it's a combination of things. First, I want to suggest that the Oslo Philharmonic under Paavo Berglund has, if anything, improved even more since its quantum-leap in quality during the years that Mariss Jansons was its main conductor. This orchestra is simply superb, and Berglund, of course, is wonderful in the Slavic literature. If you don't believe me, listen to his 1989 recording of the Tchaikovsky 'Serenade for Strings' and the Dvorák Op. 22 'Serenade.'
But one doesn't choose a recording of the Rachy Three on the basis of the orchestral playing, although that's very important. No, one judges it primarily on the basis of the pianist. Andsnes has a BIG technique so that this bugbear of a concerto holds no terrors for him. That's almost a given. But listen to the clarity, the molding of phrases, the subtle rubato, the superb legato in those singing lines, the rhythmic precision in, say, the excitable third movement, the Slavic soul in the middle movement. So often in this piece there is a kind of muddy jumble in the recorded sound; not here. Every note in both piano and orchestra stands out. I've followed this recording a number of times, score in hand, and have repeatedly had my attention caught by little details that one doesn't usually hear; e.g. little bassoon fillips in the middle of the first movement--I swear I'd never heard them before!
At the risk of letting my praise go over the top, I'll stop and say that this is my current favorite Rachy Three. Give it a try. Oh, I almost forgot: The five included Études-tableaux aren't chopped liver, either, although I doubt anyone will buy this disc solely for them.
Scott Morrison
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Sweeping performance by Andsnes 21 décembre 1999
Par Evert206@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The music on this wonderful disc touches the soul and leave you stunned at the final notes of concert no.3. This is the best Rach 3 I have ever heard. Leif Ove Andsnes and the superb orchestra seem to find each other in magical perfection.
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