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Bach: Keyboard concertos
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Alexandre Tharaud follows his dazzling album of Scarlatti sonatas with another fusion of modern and historically informed performance styles. Joining him in this new collection of Bach keyboard concertos is the dynamic period-instrument ensemble Les Violons du Roy, under its director Bernard Labadie.
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Alexandre Tharaud qui à d'autres réussites en ce domaine donne d'excellentes versions de ces œuvres.
il trouve toujours le ton juste tel un équilibriste : ne pas jouer l’œuvre comme sur le clavecin, mais lui donner les intonations de cet instrument sur un piano, je ne peut que conseiller cet album
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The music itself is fantastic, of course. Most of Bach's keyboard concertos are transcriptions that he made of concertos for other instruments. Tharaud has selected four of the finest solo concertos (including the two often performed as violin concertos), a lovely single-movement transcription of a concerto by Marcello and the extraordinary concerto for four keyboards which Bach transcribed from Vivaldi's concerto for four violins. It's a lovely programme, full of contrasts and containing some of Bach's finest keyboard writing.
The performances are quite exceptionally good, I think. Tharaud has a superb technique and a lovely supple approach to Bach's music which preserves all its musical and intellectual weight while breathing light and air into it, and that wonderful spring in Bach's step is well in evidence. Les Violons du Roi are also excellent, with a similar flexibility and joy in the music, and the combination produces something really special, I think. Tharaud multi-tracks all four of the piano parts in BWV1065 and it is easily the best version I know, with a depth and clarity have never come across before.
I have recordings of the keyboard concertos by true greats of Bach on the piano including Angela Hewitt and Murray Perahia, but none has really involved me in the way this disc does. Even if you're a piano sceptic when it comes to Bach I would recommend giving this a try – like me, you might just be surprised. Very warmly recommended.
John J. Puccio
If you already have enjoyed the Mozart/Haydn keyboard concertos disc, you probably know the ineffable musicality my words struggle to so poorly convey.
The slow middle movement of BWV 1052, for example, manages to convey a simple, plain kind of homespun involvement that needs nothing else but the composer, and only the composer; while at the same time, in so doing lets Tharaud at the piano and Les Violons du Roy move deeply into what J.S. Bach's music does so often and so magically without arch manners or affectations. One does not so much hold a breath while listening as one discovers one's breathing is slowed and slower and slow, only to return from a kind of musical meditativeness in the faster tempo and phrasing of the concluding BWV 1052 movement.
Listening, I for one have a hard time separating a wide, deep sense of joyous musical involvement, from an equally delighted opportunity to be immersed in the baroque styled yet timeless genius of the composer. Faster tempos are not just increased speed, but rather wind us up to dance.
This kind of way with Bach melds intellect and tonal acuity with nerves, muscles, breathing and the heartbeat of embodiment. Any pastiche of self-conscious Lutheran stoicism or sternness is banished, utterly set aside. As playful as they are musically life-affirming, it is difficult not to imagine that all sorts of listeners will find happiness in hearing this disc: keyboard afficionados, baroque enthusiasts, J.S. Bach devotees, fans of unself-conscious depths, cheerleaders of instrumental virutosities so transparent that nothing bothers but that the music shine through. Give this disc a listen !!!
The acoustic is not perfect (a bit too closed in) but still very good. U must have good headphones to judge it. For Bach I would rather choose an a bit more spacious church. The artists always choosing good acoustics that I know are Ashkenazy (halls & Abbey in London) and Giuliano Carmignola (lively Haydn, Bach concertos...). I also know some churches.
recommendation. superbe performance. I like the fluency of tharaud's playing. Nice little ornaments but not too much (!) for Bach..Labadie very good conductor. Besides good tempo, at some point good articulation.
The recording is better in the "Mozart Jeunehomme/Haydn" CD. The piano gets a bit lost and sounds a bit less well than in the Mozart CD.
Not a long time after writing this, I watched the youtube video for this recording in that Tharaud says, the piano was deliberately put behind the orchestra. Je n'ai pas su.
Well, it's difficult to say what sounds better because there is no direct comparison of the same recording and it also matters where the mics were put respectively. So therefore it is maybe also a question of habituation. Probably it was a good idea because it distinguishes and makes less boring. It gives more "unité" that is necessary for these musical pieces. The first judgment was a technical one, but the second evaluating atmosphere, unité is the better one. So, after all, good idea!
I like it more and more I Iisten to it.
Très, très bon!!!!
It gives a good mood. It got one of my favorite CD since I am fan of all Bach concertos if piano or violin.
j'ai acheté la version mp3.
worth every cent.