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1. Troisième mvt moderato allegrosym n3 do maj op52
2. Deuxième mvt andantino con motosym n3 do maj op52
3. Premier mvt allegro moderatosym n3 do maj op52
4. Symphony no 2 in d major op 43 IV finale allegro m
5. Symphony no 2 in d major op 43 III vivacissimo
6. Symphony no 2 in d major op 43 II tempo andante ma
7. Symphony no 2 in d major op 43 I allegretto
8. Quatrième mvt finale quasi fantasiasym n1 mi min op39
9. Troisième mvt scherzo allegrosym n1 mi min op39
10. Deuxième mvt andante ma non tropposym n1 mi min op39
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Disque : 2
1. Symphony no. 3 in c major op. 52: I. allegro moderato
2. Symphony no. 3 in c major op. 52: II. andantino con moto, quasi allegretto
3. Symphony no. 3 in c major op. 52: III. moderato - allegro (ma non tanto)
4. Symphony no. 4 in a minor op. 63: I. tempo molto moderato, quasi adagio
5. Symphony no. 4 in a minor op. 63: II. allegro molto vivace
6. Symphony no. 4 in a minor op. 63: III. il tempo largo
7. Symphony no. 4 in a minor op. 63: IV. allegro

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Superb Sibelius 28 février 2007
Par K. Bowersock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After listening to the Davis recordings of the Sibelius symphonies for years, I thought it time to seek out another set of these symphonic masterpieces. I knew that these interpretations with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra under Paavo Berglund were highly recommended by the Penguin guide, and thus decided to try them out. Well, I have been duly rewarded in my purchase, and actually, I believe the present set to surpass the famed Davis recordings in many (if not most) ways.

Berglund and the HPO take ideal tempi throughout; really, just perfect. There are many points in the Davis recordings (particularly in the first and third symphonies) were I found myself wishing for a faster or slower tempo; this is not the case here. Granted, Berglund does not go out on any limbs, and stays pretty close to the norm (whatever that is); but I believe this to be the set's greatest quality. There are no interpretational extremes or indulgences, just the genius of Sibelius at full speed ahead. Particularly noteworthy are the interpretations of the second and third symphonies, with the former being, I believe, the best I have ever encountered (competing with and surpassing Karajan, Davis, Bernstein, Ashkenazy, and Jarvi). Although I do prefer Davis and Ashkenazy in the fourth, the HPO are no slouches in the A minor, and this is only a minor quibble in a stunning set of orchestral masterpieces.

So, if you don't have it yet, get it. The price is unbeatable, and the interpretations warrant double what it costs. I look forward to getting symphonies 5 though 7 (also of course on EMI) in the mail next week, and from what I have heard in this first installment, I think I would feel pretty safe in a preemptive endorsement of one of the great complete Sibelius symphony cycles.
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The great Sibelius interpreter Paavo Berglund, 1929-2012 7 février 2012
Par L. Johan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Paavo Berglund - at the time when I write this review - died recently (Jan 25, 2012). So now we have lost one of the greatest Sibelius interpreters of our time. He recorded the Sibelius symphonies no less that three times, in the seventies with Bournemouth Symphony: (Sibelius: Complete Symphonies [Symphony 1-7]), in the eighties with the Helsinki Philharmonic (the current set and this one: Sibelius: Symphonies Nos. 5-7; The Oceanides; Finlandia; Tapiola) and finally, at the beginning of this century, with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe (Sibelius: Symphonies 1-7). In addition, he recorded most of the tone poems and other significant works, including the Kullervo Symphony, with Bournemouth Symphony (see Sibelius: The Complete Symphonies / Tone Poems [Box Set].

Even if I slightly prefer the earlier Bournemouth recordings, where the dark, Nordic character of these works is highly accentuated, his later Helsinki versions are also excellent, and better recorded and played as well. Regarding his last cycle, I was first sceptic towards these chamber orchestra versions, but they are actually - after repeated listening - very illuminating and exciting. But, all in all, the Helsinki cycle is the probably the core of Berglund's legacy. I would, however, also recommend his unsurpassed recording of Sibelius' "Luonnotar" (with Bournemouth Symphony) as required listening, a brilliant and moving work that should be played more often.

EMI collected these performances of the symphonies together with the Bournemouth tone poems and other works in a box a decade ago (see link above). It is out of print for the moment or forever. So what we have of Berglund's Sibelius cycles in the current catalogue are just these twofers with the Helsinki recordings, and the Violin concerto (Sibelius: Violin Concerto / Symphony No. 2), the Kullervo symphony with Bournemouth (Sibelius: Kullervo), and tone poems and other works (Sibelius: Pelleas et Melisande; Luonnotar; Kuolema; En Saga). (There are also other Berglund recordings of some Sibelius works, e.g., with Philharmonia and LSO, see Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 in D, Symphony No. 7 in C and Sibelius: Finlandia/Tone Poems.)

In retrospect, I would rank Berglund's Sibelius recordings among the finest available (e.g., Beecham's, Maazel's, Collin's, and Barbirolli's).
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Surprisingly Beautiful 9 mars 2011
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The symphonies of Jean Sibelius remain a staple in the repertoire of major orchestras throughout the world and though there are many recordings of all of the symphonies, this particular recording of the first four symphonies, in a remastered form, as performed by Paavo Berglund and Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra is a major contribution to the library. Berglund and his orchestra manage to find the sweep of Sibelius' powerful tones and even make the long phrases of his works seem completely coherent. Though the Sibelius popular 2nd symphony (and the equally popular 5th symphony and 7th symphony not on this recording) has strong competition and may in some ways lack the strength of other conductors and orchestra in certain passages, the overal scope of the work is in fine control and the strings in the Helsinki ensemble are lush and ripe.

Though many will prefer the 'bigger names' in conductors and orchestras, this EMI release is an affordable - and VERY fine - addition by Paavo Berglund and the Helsinki Philharmonic. Recommended. Grady Harp, March 11
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Includes a 5-Star #3 8 septembre 2010
Par Vaughan Otter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This reissue, offering the first four symphonies of Sibelius, represents the ups and downs from Paavo Berglund's complete survey with the Helsinki Philharmonic on EMI.

For me the highlight is the 3rd, matched only by Ashkenazy, superior to Davis, Barbirolli, Segerstam and Kamu. Everything seems naturally paced and detailed with no sense of strain. Berglund may be on the light side in the first movement, but he finds a mystic vibe in the Andantino that eludes all others. The fugal transition to the final theme is stitched with a nimble touch, though again the final bars come up a little light - here Ashkenazy is more powerful by a slight margin.

Berglund's 4th may not have the sobriety of Barbirolli or the pathos of Segerstam, but it's a respectable account and good for repeated hearings. Things turn for the worse in #1 and #2, as the orchestra goes off-trail and never finds its way back, leaving this listener behind to call in the search party. My preference leans to Segerstam or von Karajan for #1; Ormandy or Barbirolli for #2.

By all means, obtain this reissue for the 3rd if you are looking for a fine one, and enjoy the 4th when you can. And if you're eyeing the companion reissue with Symphonies 5-7, the 6th is at the same level as the 3rd, the 5th on par with the 4th, while the 7th gets lost among its rivals. For a fine Tapiola at bargain price, try Berglund's remake with the Philharmonia Sibelius: Finlandia / Tone Poems.
Complete Symphonies, Part 1 10 juin 2012
Par Tero - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There are now numerous boxes, so I do not see why they do not combine these two sets. The symphonies 5-7 are in the second box.

I like the first and third, the fourth seems OK on the first quick sampling. Though dated (1984-1987), the recorded sound is fine. Recorded at Kulttuuritalo in Helsinki.

Berglund was an important link between Sibelius himself in the 1950s and modern times. I look forward to his 7th, in which Berglund had a hand in correcting errors.

Symphony 1 is one I never have much opinion on, they mostly sound the same to me.

I do not find fault with any of the instruments. Percussion is a bit buried at times.

For my iPod, I picked the 4th out of this set.
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