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  • CD (6 mai 2007)
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  • Label: Lyrita
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
La Symphonie en sol mineur fut commandée par Sir Hamilton Harty (alors chef de l'orchestre Hallé de Manchester) en 1926 mais Ernest Moeran ne commença à l'écrire que dix ans plus tard, quand il s'estima prêt à aborder ce genre.

La partition fut achevée le 22 janvier 1937 et connut sa première audition à la Royal Philharmonic Society le 13 janvier de l'année suivante, sous la direction de Leslie Hays Heward qui l'enregistra pour le 78 tours (un document réédité en CD chez Divine Art).
Manifestement rhapsodique, l'Allegro puise dans une inspiration folklorique (cf l'influence irlandaise des mélodies de violons) et s'exprime avec une véhémence affirmée par cuivres et percussion.
D'un sentiment trouble, le Lento anime un prégnant paysage affectif.
Après un Vivace aérien, le Finale active avec force et caractère un puissant élan dramatique, inexorablement acheminé vers une effarante conclusion.

La "Sinfonietta" date de 1944. Deux jaillissants allegros encadrent un Andante à variations poétiquement pastoral. La ludique "Overture for a Masque" fut commandée la même année par Walter Legge, futur célèbre producteur d'EMI.

Le livret du CD reproduit les notes originales de la parution en microsillon, qui regrettaient alors que cette musique ne soit plus souvent jouée.
Aujourd'hui le constat reste identique même si Vernon Handley, remarquable promoteur du répertoire britannique, a méritoirement comblé quelques lacunes discographiques pour le label Chandos dans les années 1980.
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HASH(0x915bee94) étoiles sur 5 indispensable 20th century British classics 20 juin 2007
Par jsa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Thanks to Lyrita, we now have definitive performances of E.J. Moeran's Sinfonietta and Symphony in G minor available on cd. I've owned these performances by Sir Adrian Boult on vinyl for more than 30 years and can attest to their enduring greatness - both are under-rated works of genius that deserve a wide audience. One listen to the magnificent sweep of the Sinfonietta will leave the first-timer wondering why this piece isn't part of the standard repertoire. It's a singularly original work that's modern, completely approachable, melodic and uplifting - I can't think of anything else that's quite like it. And while there are fine performances available by David Lloyd-Jones (Naxos) and Vernon Handley (Chandos), this Boult/LPO recording is the one to have.

The Symphony in G minor is another masterpiece of 20th century music that's relatively obscure if measured by the number of recordings or orchestral programmings. The writer of the liner notes accompanying this disc observes that "it may be argued that the Moeran Symphony is among the five or six most original compositions in this genre to appear between the two world wars." While he doesn't name those other works, he does place Moeran's symphony in very high company and I agree. Works of stature like Walton's first symphony (composed in the early 1930's) come to mind, and I think Moeran's symphony is at least its equal even though it's completely dissimilar. Unlike Walton, Moeran remained within familiar British territory by incorporating folk themes into his work, but he elevated this material to a whole new level. Like the Sinfonietta, the Symphony is "serious" music - but Moeran put musical enjoyment first and thus every moment of it is eminently listenable and rewarding.

Five stars.
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HASH(0x915beee8) étoiles sur 5 Anglo-Celtic Orchestral Gems deserving of a wider audience 15 mai 2007
Par 78 RPM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you are drawn to the work of British classical music composers like Vaughan Williams, Holst, Bax, (all of them, not surprisingly, folksong collectors; as was E.J. Moeran)and if you appreciate the nature music and sonic landscapes of Sibelius, then the symphony on this CD may very well become a favorite. As inspiration for his masterpiece, Moeran drew almost exclusively on the countryside and oceanside vistas surrounding Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland--a favorite haunt. The result is a persuasive evocation of environment and mood; both forever changing, and evolving throughout this work. The piece is also something of an elegy for friends lost during WWI. So there is a tangible sorrow, at times;but also astonishing, unforgettable beauty and richness. As with the aforementioned Brit composers, folk song is artfully woven into the composition. I also hear a slight Stravinsky influence in some of the tonalities (don't wanna scare you off, though!; so I will just add the whole piece is pretty accessible and easy on the ear) and a bit of a Brahms influence in some of the string writing.I do seem to occasionally get very excited by certain symphonies: even so, this one is in a class of its own. This is desert island British Classical music for me...and cheaper than a trip to Southwestern Ireland. Recommended with all possible enthusiasm!
A note on the recording history: Both the Boult (very good sounding early 70s analog)and Handley recordings of the symphony are excellent modern performances. If your ear is not offended by late 30s mono recordings, I highly recommend Leslie Heward's premiere recording of the symphony which Dutton Labs issued in an excellent remastering in the early (19)90s; coupled with an equally desirable premiere recording of John Ireland's piano concerto as played by Kathleen Long. Well worth digging up.
Moeran's Sinfonietta is also a work of considerable appeal, composed during his 1944 rush of creativity; except that here the inspiration appears to be the Radnor Forest in Wales. The Boult performance of the Sinfonietta largely holds its own with that of Beecham and Norman Del Mar. These are works well worth discovering!
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HASH(0x915c01e0) étoiles sur 5 Gift for melody, music reminiscent of Finzi, Elgar, Butterworth- 14 mars 2008
Par L.T.N - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Three of my favorite discs to take off of the shelves every few months or so are collections of shorter orchestral works by Gerald Finzi, Edward Elgar and George Butterworth. This Lyrita CD is worth your while if you are also fond of Elgar's 'lighter' pieces, and the type of elegaic miniatures that Finzi & Butterworth excelled at (Prelude & Romance, Introit, Severn Rhapsody, Banks of Green Willow, Shropshire Lad). Leigh's music doesn't reach the heights of Vaughan William's Symphony #5 or Elgar's three masterpieces and Gerontius, but I found myself playing the selections from Midsummer Night's Dream, the lento from Music for String Orchestra & the haunting Andante from the Concertino for Harpsichord over and over weeks after my purchase. Recommended for all classical music lovers, but a must-buy for those who like the English composers connected to the Parry/Stanford/Vaughan Williams/Holst school of nostalgic, folk-tinged, bittersweet melodies.
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HASH(0x915c0708) étoiles sur 5 Ireland with a Twist 30 juin 2007
Par P. Edwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Moeran is an important figure in Britsh music wriiten between the wars, yet anyone coming to Moeran's music for the first time would notice that most of his recurring themes are unmistakably Irish. This is due to his Irish ancestry, and this shows in Moeran's own words when he said, the Symphony in G minor was written, " among the the mountains and seaboard of Co. Kerry."
Mostly Moeran writes his own folk tunes that are scattered through all his works, and more to the point these tunes are no artificial contrivance, but seem to naturally belong to each each movement especially in the symphony, and in his other works. The influence of Vaughan Williams is strong, but Moeran is not merely a follower. His musical harmony is diatonic with a modal flavour suggesting of folk-song.
This Lytita issue is essential for those interested in this composer. While the Naxos disc of Moeran's symphony in particular is impressive, I suggest listeners start with these classic Boult interpretations first.
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HASH(0x915befa8) étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Performances 11 mars 2010
Par David A. Wend - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ernest John Moeran was born in London in 1894 and server in the First World War. He was wounded and returned to England to resume his interrupted study of music. Moeran studied with John Ireland and wrote music inspired by folk melodies.

The Sinfonietta, in three movements, was composed in 1944 and scored for a small orchestra. The music is bucolic in nature with a lyrical opening movement. The second movement is a theme and variations, opening with a pastoral melody that is beautifully explored with expressive lyrical writing. The final movement is joyous music with a folk idiom that is beautifully orchestrated.

The Symphony in G minor was suggested to Moeran by the conductor Sir Hamilton Harty in 1926. However, the composer did not feel he had enough experience to begin a symphony and did not begin the work until 1934, completing it in 1937. The symphony is an impressive work over forty minutes long. The first movement begins without drama with a lyrical melody that gradually becomes more animated. The melodies alternate from tranquil to animated, punctuated by percussion. The second movement opens with a somber, reflective melody. The music slowly develops toward a passionate climax and becomes lighter and more pastoral. The third movement sounds like a depiction of nature. The strings and woodwinds have fleeting melodies that pass from instrument to instrument. The finale opens with a passionate melody from the strings. After a long exploration of this melody, the tempo increases with the brass joining in leading to a militaristic melody, followed by a dance-like melody. The music alternates between lyrical and stormy melodies. The symphony closes with six bold chords.

The Overture to a Masque comes from 1944 on a commission from Walter Legge. It is a tuneful piece that makes a terrific concert opener.

Sir Adrian Boult is in his element with this music. He conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra and New Philharmonic Orchestra superbly; bring the subtle shadings and charm of Moeran's tautly composed music. If you don't know Moeran's music, this is a good place to start.
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