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Richter Rediscovered - Carnegie Hall Recital ( 26 décembre 1960 ) Import

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  • CD (13 novembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Rca Red Seal
  • ASIN : B00005OLD9
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Applause
  2. Allegro
  3. Adagio
  4. Allegro molto
  5. Scherzo no. 4 in e, op. 54
  6. Ballade no. 3 in a-flat, op. 47
  7. Prelude in f-sharp minor, op. 23 no. 1
  8. Prelude in a, op. 32 no. 9
  9. Prelude in b minor, op. 32 no. 10
  10. Prelude in g-sharp minor, op. 32 no. 12
  11. Jeux d'eau
  12. La vallee des cloches

Disque : 2

  1. Applause
  2. Allegro moderato
  3. Allegretto
  4. Tempo di valzer lentissimo
  5. Vivace
  6. No. 3: allegretto
  7. No. 4: animato
  8. No. 5: molto giocoso
  9. No. 6: con eleganza
  10. No. 8: commodo
  11. No. 9: allegretto tranquillo
  12. No. 11: con vivicita
  13. No. 14: feroce
  14. No. 15: inquieto
  15. No. 18: con una dolce lentezza
  16. Applause
  17. Op. 95, no. 2: gavotte
  18. No. 4: animato
  19. No. 5: les collines d'anacapri
  20. Etude op. 10 no. 10 in a-flat
  21. Etude op. 10 no. 12 in c minor, "revolutionary"
  22. Mazurka op. 24 no. 2 in c

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Richter Rediscovered : le titre de ce coffret de 2 CD annonce la couleur : ces enregistrements n'avaient jusque-là jamais été publiés, à l'exception d'extraits édités furtivement au temps du microsillon. Chaque concert public de Richter est un événement ; mais celui-ci l'est peut-être encore davantage : nous sommes le 26 décembre 1965, à Carnegie Hall, à New York, le grand pianiste russe fait ses débuts sur le sol américain. Proprement historique. Dans un choix d'œuvres très varié, sous sa légendaire pudeur, Richter cherche la perfection, tente de débusquer le détail qui éclairerait les partitions d'un jour nouveau : les sonorités sont claires, les plans rythmiques mis en exergue, et la pensée du monstre sacré apparaît dans toute sa nudité. Un grand moment d'émotion. --Pierre Guillaume

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A Moving, Vivid Sense of Hearing Richter in Concert 27 septembre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A fascinating release indeed-- Sviatoslav Richter, the great Russian pianist, playing during his American debut in 1960. This two-CD set documents the Carnegie Hall recital of December 26, 1960, complete with the many encores offered from that occasion and those from his program of December 28, in Newark's Mosque Theater. The release features superbly clear and dynamic "24/96" sound. The few selections that were previously found on a long out-of-print RCA LP are now heard in superior sound. The rest of the selections will be new even to many "seasoned" Richter collectors. One must bear in mind before buying that Richter himself was never satisfied with his playing during this 1960 American tour, and certainly a sampling from his vast discography will turn up more focused performances of many of these works, albeit in lesser sound. Yet, one still finds great value in this playing which balances poise with daring intensity, poetry with shattering power, and an elegance of true rarity. Haydn and Chopin selections from the first disc feature highly idiosyncratic interpretations. Particularly noteworthy is the intimacy of the Adagio from the Haydn, or the forward direction of the Chopin Scherzo. The Rachmaninov Preludes are regal, and are colored with somber, uncanny sense of timing. The Ravel pieces are brief examples of Richter's original approach which is not shy of dynamics, fluidity, and shadings. Disc two features an energetic Prokofiev Sixth Sonata, and the encores. A listener to this disc can share in the palpable excitement of the audience (note how between some selections, members of the audience silence others with "shh!" or at one point how a lady calls out "Thank You!" in Russian before Richter launches into a Prokofiev encore). The encores are miracles of versatility and characterization, as in the Debussy "Les Collines d'Anacapri." The final three Chopin encores show Richter at his poetic and communicative best. The overall excitement and sense of occasion is well-captured on this beautifully packaged release. The sound is immediate and intimate, though has surprisingly little of Carnegie Hall's warm acoustic ambience. Hopefully RCA will continue this highly-recommended tribute to a great artist with a follow-up release of more "Rediscovered" material.
28 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another breakthrough release! 27 septembre 2001
Par G. Dillard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The only question is; why did it take so long!!! The
sound quality, the piano and urgency of performance
make this recording a "must-have" for Richter and
Classical fans! Here we have a Richter who is just
becoming used to America after a series of amazing
recitals. While being "red-hot" in Prokofiev, he
lays on the "humor" and delicacy of Hadyn while
giving us the "drama" and passion of Rachmaninov and
Chopin. This is Richter at some of his most inspired
if not best playing! The variety of compositions on
these two discs also give a well rounded view of Richter's
versatility! What a musician!
22 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Overwhelming 2 décembre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album should be titled "Richter Discovered." I have many of his recordings--all the Phillips collections and various live recitals among them--but nothing approaches this. "Powerful" is such a worn-out word for describing performances (performances much less powerful than this), but it will have to do for starters. And everything, everything is wonderful beyond belief--from the first notes of the Haydn you know you're in for something special. I've never heard those Chopin pieces played with such ability to evoke emotion in the listener. The Rachmaninov superb; the Prokofiev out of this world. Well, this babbling on is ridiculous. Words can't do this recording justice. You simply must experience it.
16 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Like Richter needs rediscovering! Still, a MUST have 1 juin 2002
Par T. Macfarlane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a Richter fan since I was a boy. I listened to his recording of the Brahms Second Concerto so many times that I wore out two LPs. Still, this CD tops them all (well, maybe I should include the Well Tempered Clavier recording with this one).
I walked into Tower Records' classical department one day ... and heard this HAIR-RAISING performance of the last movement of the Prokofiev Sonata #6 just get under away. I was agog at the pianist's technique, and the breathtaking tempo; but what really slayed me was the poetry amidst all the ferocity, the incredible poise and balance amid the seeming violence in the music. And the things the pianist did with the rhythm, seeming to bend the barlines, yet keeping totally locked in with the INNER rhythm of the piece. And the performance was FLAWLESS. And I studied piano at Juilliard for four years, undergrad; believe me, I know what flawless is.
And then the coup de grace: applause at the end! My jaw literally dropped. I ran (really ran) to the cash register to see what amazing pianist had pulled this miracle off ... live. And of course, I was not surprised. It was SR himself. This CD. I bought one for myself and six more over the next month or so for friends and colleagues who I knew would be as both floored and enraptured as I was by this recording.
Hell, give this CD to people who don't even like classical music. Dare them to listen to Richter play the fourth movement of Prokofiev's op. 82. See if they can stand up after hearing it.
I used to think his performance of Prokofiev's Sonata #8 was the all-time winner. Now I'm not so sure. Treat yourself. This is a better performance, I'm sure, that even Prokofiev himself, a great virtuoso, would have been capable of.
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Musical Journey 22 mai 2002
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of my favorite indulgences since purchasing this set has been to try to find the time to listen to both discs back to back, thus propelling myself through a musical journey of a staggering variety of classical piano music. The concert from which this set emanates appears to have been planned this way-the opening Haydn flowing into the Chopin which seques nicely into the Rachmaninoff and the Ravel. By the end of the first disc, my consciousness has been raised so that I try to concentrate on all of the marvelous details that make this set's impressionistic works such a wonder-it is rare to have performance be so intimate and so public at the same time. The second disc, with is primarily Prokofiev, shows Richter riding astride the back of a musical tiger, neither party giving way in a battle of minds and sinews, until both parties wind up victorious before a rapturous crowd. I would have loved to have been at this concert-I will settle for endless replaying of the discs.
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