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  • Orchestre: Orchestre philharmonique de Berlin
  • Chef d'orchestre: Herbert von Karajan
  • Compositeur: Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Modeste Moussorgski
  • CD (2 février 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000001GQH
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... que ce soit la Mer, les Tableaux d'une Exposition, ou le Bolero.
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HASH(0x91d1896c) étoiles sur 5 A top performance 6 février 2001
Par P. Christie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This has long been one of my favourite performances of "Pictures". The sound quality from the early 60s recording is very good indeed. I find the pacing to be just right for this extraordinary work. I have listened to a number of versions over the years, including more recent recordings - including the Sinopoli version on DG, and a London Symphony version, as well as a few others that I have forgotten - none of them made my spine tingle like this one has. (The Ashkenazy version is a worthy complement to this version). The Bolero on this disc is also excellent. This is an excellent value CD.
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HASH(0x91d189c0) étoiles sur 5 There are better recordings of Pictures 1 janvier 2001
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I bought this CD thinking, "Hey, it's the Berlin Phil, it's got to be amazing." Well, it wasn't. If you're looking for "La Mer" or "Bolero", BUY this CD. They are magnificent and hypnotic, demonstrating what the orchestra and its conductor are really capable of. That is why this CD gets 4 stars.
If, on the other hand, you are looking for "Pictures", look elsewhere. The Chicago Symphony under Reiner is the best recording I have found. Next to that, this version just doesn't compare. First of all, the opening Promenade has an uneven sound quality. It almost sounds like the trumpets are switching off on the solo. Not only that, but the trumpet seems to have an unusual buzz in his sound. It's really not pleasant to listen to. This is compounded by Karajan's slow tempos - the opening "Promenade" isn't too bad, but the others just drag. "Gnomus" is played brilliantly in places, but it lacks the twisting, wicked sound of the violins found in the CSO under Reiner. "The Old Castle", however, is one of the CD's strongest tracks. In "Samuel Goldenberg", I was once again displeased with the trumpet. He needs to get control of his tonguing and let some sound out. I know the solo is high and difficult and staccato - I play trumpet myself - but it just sounds ugly. The notes are spit out with little attention to quality and a few bobbles. "Limoges", "Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks", and "Tuileries" all lacked the playfulness found with the CSO, while "Baba Yaga" just was not vicious enough for my tastes. "The Great Gate" some of you may really enjoy. It is more calm and less brassy than the CSO version. However, the trumpet is yet again a problem. Either he's shaking and having trouble controlling the notes, or he's putting way too much vibrato in where it's not needed or wanted.
Most of the problems I have with this "Pictures" are interpretational - the BPO does overall play quite well. Some of you will disagree with my notion of how the suite should sound and for you, this might be an excellent recording. I, however, don't like this version very much. I enjoy much more the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Reiner, and also Ashkenazy's piano and orchestral versions.
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HASH(0x91d18b94) étoiles sur 5 Three of Von Karajan's finest directions 11 juillet 2000
Par Mario A. Cerdas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The three performances in this CD will help immortalize perhaps the greatest director of the twentieth century: Herbert von Karajan. Karajan's control of Debussy's La Mer (The Sea) leaves you breathless, as it transports you directly to the big blue. Mussorgky's Pictures at an Exhibition, is another excellent example of not only Karajan's genius, but also of the richness of sound and musical textures that the Berliner Philarmoniker (Berlin Philharmonic) is capable. But what really makes this CD worth, is Karajan's direction of Ravel's Bolero, a magnificent, hypnotic composition lasting more than 16 minutes of pulsating musical beauty. If you want to know why von Karajan is considered one of the best orchestral directors, this CD will answer all those questions and eliminate all doubts.
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HASH(0x91d1b1e0) étoiles sur 5 Karajan's 1966 "Pictures" is highly overrated 3 août 2008
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If not for the excellent recordings of "La Mer" and "Bolero" (both worthy of 5 stars) this would be a one star review. The trumpet playing in "Pictures" is unacceptable by modern standards. The "Samuel Goldenberg" track is particularly bad. It is poorly articulated and out of tune. For reasons I can't explain, continental orchestras of this period lagged far behind their British and American counterparts in the area of brass playing. You should still buy this recording for "La Mer" and "Bolero," but look elsewhere for "Pictures." Better choices include (but are by no means limited to) Szell/Cleveland, Reiner/Chicago, and even Mata/Dallas. Karajan's earlier recording with the Philharmonia Orchestra is far superior to this offering on DG, and offers excellent brass playing throughout. It is available as part of the "Karajan 100th" box on EMI.
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HASH(0x91d1b204) étoiles sur 5 An unassailable classic 14 octobre 2014
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Apart from a couple of reviews from way back around the turn of the century, whose authors hear flaws in this recording that I do not, nearly everyone concurs that ever since their recording fifty years ago, these performances have remained unequalled and unassailable. Of course there are are other excellent recordings of all three pieces (Giulini's "Pictures" with the Chicago SO and his "La mer" with the Philharmonia, for example) but as a collection this is a testament to both the sonority of the Berlin Philharmonic at its peak under Karajan and to that conductor's chameleon ability to empathise with and elucidate music from outside the late German Romantic tradition in which he excelled. His brief dalliance with the Orchestre de Paris confirms his attachment to French music and his ability to pace and colour both the Debussy and the Ravel emerges as a thing of wonder.

There is of course a neat link in the programming here between the Mussorgsky and "Boléro" as the composer of the latter orchestrated the "Pictures" brilliantly; originally these recordings, made between 1964 and 1966 in the warm ambiance of the Jesus-Christus-Kirche, were issued on two separate LPs, one of French music by Debussy and Ravel and the other with just the Mussorgsky and "Boléro". Any attempt at musical criticism of such seminal recordings would be superfluous after such a long time; it is sufficient to note that the delicacy and nuance of Karajan's evocation of the sea remain extraordinary, and the peroration of the "Pictures" in "The Great Gate of Kiev" remains one of the greatest expositions of the symphony orchestra in full flight ever committed to disc.
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