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Sibelius sym 4 6 Import

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1. Sym No. 4 in a, Op. 63: I. Tempo molto moderato, quasi adagio
2. Sym No. 4 in a, Op. 63: II. Allegro molto vivace
3. Sym No. 4 in a, Op. 63: III. II tempo largo
4. Sym No. 4 in a, Op. 63: IV. Allegro
5. Sym No. 6 in d, Op. 104: I. Allegro molto moderato
6. Sym No. 6 in d, Op. 104: II. Allegretto moderato
7. Sym No. 6 in d, Op. 104: III. Poco vivace
8. Sym No. 6 in d, Op. 104: IV. Allegro molto

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Rattle Has the Full Measure of These Masterpieces 1 août 2008
Par Moldyoldie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My earnest introduction to both of these great symphonies came right here on this CD when it was originally released in 1990. Here was Sibelius that immediately sounded radically different from the popular First, Second, and Fifth Symphonies. Gone were the heroic declarations and Late Romantic gushes, replaced by an introspection that was at times brooding and morose, at other times grudgingly optimistic. After hearing several other renditions over the years, I'll declare that Rattle and his Birmingham Orchestra have the full measure of both these works in interpretations that are thoroughly inside the idiom and performed with great sensitivity to nuance in tempo, dynamics and orchestral balance.

The Sixth is probably my current favorite symphony among the Sibelius Seven and I've yet to hear a performance of the Fourth that wasn't at least intriguing, but this same pairing in Paavo Berglund's most recent complete cycle with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe on the Finlandia label (Sibelius: Symphonies Nos. 4 & 6) sounds comparatively uninspired, leaden and pedantic next to Rattle's, despite incredible textural clarity and more current state-of-the-art sound. This EMI recording is also very fine with plenty of presence across the spectrum and a wide dynamic range -- the breathtaking pianissimos are whisper light! There are times when I would have preferred a more subdued or nuanced balance in louder tutti sections, but the clear bursts of brass in the Fourth Symphony are most affecting; the woodwinds in the Sixth are balanced subtly atop the strings in all the right places -- just the way I like it!

Though Rattle's performances here aren't often mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Karajan, Davis, Bernstein, and other heavyweights; nor with the rightly esteemed native Finnish performances from the likes of Vänskä and Segerstam; I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this recording to either the novice or veteran listener -- it does Sibelius proud, in my opinion, and can be had for a comparative pittance.
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The young Rattle demonstrating that he was already a skilled Sibelian 13 janvier 2011
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Twenty-four years on, there is still every reason for recommending this recording to anyone who wants this particular coupling and perhaps already has celebrated versions by Karajan, Davis or Maazel of the more popular symphonies.

I will confess that I have never really got on with the strange, brooding, disjointed Fourth Symphony. It is my least favourite Sibelius symphony by a long shot. I find its austere modernity and the unresolved tensions of each movement as it fades into silence rather unsatisfying and disturbing, despite its incidental beauties, so I welcome with relief his return to an idiom I recognise and respond to much more readily in the vital moto perpetuo of the opening Allegro molto moderato movement in the Sixth. That more familiar Sibelian sound world continues with the chattering woodwinds and plangent, upsoaring string motif of the Allegretto moderato second movement.

The CBSO continue to be under-rated and play magnificently here; I rarely heard anything less than first-rate playing when I attended their concerts in the Birmingham Symphony Hall. The recorded sound is excellent; the Warwick Arts Centre was always a sympathetic venue when I attended concerts there, too, in the 80's and 90's.
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