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Strauss R-Chevalier a la Rose,Suite-Intermezzo-Previn-O.P.V

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  • Interprète: Previn Andre
  • Orchestre: Orchestre Philharmonique de Vienne, Wiener Philharmoniker
  • Chef d'orchestre: Previn Andre
  • Compositeur: Previn Andre, Strauss Richard
  • CD (2 août 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000001GIY
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Disque : 1

  1. Der rosenkavalier, op.59: sequences of waltzes
  2. Strauss r-intermezzo-4 interludes symphoniques op 72-
  3. Capriccio op 85
  4. Strauss r-salome-danse des sept voiles-

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HASH(0x950827bc) étoiles sur 5 Outstanding and quintessential Vienna Philharmonic/Strauss recording 19 novembre 2006
Par F. Boloix - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A must-have particularly for lovers of great string and horn playing. This recording is not about the conductor but about the music - perhaps the highest compliment one can give any conductor. Previn knows that this orchestra understands and feels this music like no other - he simply lets them sing. The Rosenkavalier Suite is anthological both in terms of style, phrasing and sound. The quiet waltz (Ohne mich...) is wonderfully delicate and played in the subtle Viennese Waltz rythm that other orchestras never seem to get; the trio finale with the fabulous horns soaring over the strings is glorious. Perhaps the most beautiful example of the Vienna Horn sound is heard in the long horn solo in Moonlight Music (Capriccio) - played by Wolfgang Tomboeck jr., it's simply gorgeous and I can't listen to it often enough. The other selections are likewise very impressive. This is one of Previn's best.
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HASH(0x950b3978) étoiles sur 5 Previn does best in the less familiar works 20 mai 2013
Par Classic Music Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm giving this recording three stars. On the plus side, conductor Andre Previn does a service by bringing listeners two orchestral excerpts from Richard Strauss' later-career opera "Capriccio": the "Introduction and Moonlight Music." For those who are used to Strauss' more bombastic scores, you'll find this musical atmosphere to be quite different. In fact, the "Introduction" is really chamber music in that it is scored for just a few stringed instruments. This is followed by the beautifully rendered "Moonlight Music," the mood of which rivals the final pages of Strauss' opera "Der Rosenkavalier." It is well-worth acquiring this CD for this selection alone.

The "Intermezzo" excerpts are also done nicely by Previn and the Vienna Philharmonic. I find them on par with Neeme Jarvi's account of these same excerpts on Chandos with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (coupled with a symphony by Franz Schmidt).

Unfortunately, from here on in the program deteriorates. For the orchestral suite from the opera "Der Rosenkavalier", Previn has selected one of the lesser heard versions (the arrangement by Antal Dorati is the version performed most often). Throughout this recording, Previn's tempi range from sluggish to deadly-slow, the orchestra sounds pompous and heavy ... and in general, the music never has the opportunity to bloom or to take flight.

Perhaps Previn was going for "profundity" when he should have just stayed chill and let the music play! The "Rosenkavalier" score doesn't need this kind of treatment ... and you can find many other performances that are done much better, regardless of the arrangement that is used. My personal favorites are Antal Dorati (all three of them with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Minneapolis Symphony and the Detroit Symphony), Eugene Ormandy (also with the Philadelphia), and one of the newest, JoAnn Falletta's (with the Buffalo Philharmonic).

The final piece on the CD is the "Dance of the Seven Veils" from the opera "Salome." Here again, Previn seems to be going for orchestral splendor -- and in the process wrings much of the dancelike qualities right out of the music. (Besides, he can't begin to whip up the VPO players to anywhere near the excitement that Sir Georg Solti was able to extract from this same orchestra in his blockbuster London/Decca recording of the complete opera.) The good news is that you can acquire Solti's "Dance of the Seven Veils" from that recording without having to purchase the rest of the opera if you're not so inclined. Or, if you're looking for a bit more "ballet" and a bit less "in your face" potency, there are numerous other interpretations available that serve up the music that way very nicely ... one of the best being Paul Paray's recording on Mercury Living Presence.

In sum, this CD is worth acquiring for the lesser-known selections on the program -- in particular the "Capriccio" excerpts with the ravishing "Moonlight Music." Thanks to Maestro Previn for deciding to include that music in lieu of "yet another" one of Strauss' popular tone poems like the "Don Juan" ...
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HASH(0x950b345c) étoiles sur 5 Needs a good kick... 30 août 2003
Par JPH - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Vienna Philharmonic, Previn, Richard Strauss... on paper this sounds like a sure-win formula for a classic Strauss CD. Not quite so. The first glitch is Deutche Grammomphon's loathsome 4D technology - it captures the VPO's sound badly: woolly bass frequencies, bloated mid-range frequencies, and an attenuated top-end. Fortunately, it did not completely warp the sound of the Viennese strings - there are moments of sweet beauty to be savored, particularly in the Intermezzo and Capriccio extracts.
Unfortunately, the other injury to the VPO comes in the form of Previn. It seems he was in a sonnambulistic mood of sorts, and the entire performance suffers from an interminable haze of laziness --- rhythms are often slack and droopy, particularly in the "Rosenkavalier" piece and musical expression often turgid. Listen to Rudolf Kempe's recordings of the same music and see how much more lilt, affection and zip could be put into this music.
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