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Détails sur le produit

  • Compositeur: Johann Sebastian Bach
  • CD (18 mars 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Sony Classical
  • ASIN : B0013LKZUK
  • Autres versions : Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Partita for Keyboard no 2 in C minor, BWV 826: Sinfonia
  2. Partita for Keyboard no 2 in C minor, BWV 826: Allemande
  3. Partita for Keyboard no 2 in C minor, BWV 826: Courante
  4. Partita for Keyboard no 2 in C minor, BWV 826: Sarabande
  5. Partita for Keyboard no 2 in C minor, BWV 826: Rondeau
  6. Partita for Keyboard no 2 in C minor, BWV 826: Capriccio
  7. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Fantasia
  8. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Allemande
  9. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Courante
  10. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Sarabande
  11. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Burlesca
  12. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Scherzo
  13. Partita for Keyboard no 3 in A minor, BWV 827: Gigue
  14. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Ouverture
  15. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Allemande
  16. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Courante
  17. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Aria
  18. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Sarabande
  19. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Menuett
  20. Partita for Keyboard no 4 in D major, BWV 828: Gigue

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Le sommet de la musique baroque, admirablement servi par un pianiste - sorcier ou magicien - lumineux et virtuose,
une prise de son aboutie qui sait se faire oublier,
un CD indispensable, à ranger aux côtés des enregistements de Glenn Gould et de Tatiana Nikolaieva, malheureusement anciens et techniquement imparfaits.
Monsieur PERAHIA, donnez-nous vite une intégrale des pièces pour clavier du grand J. Sébastien, pour que le bonheur des mélomanes soit complet.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Exactly what you'd expect from Perhaia 3 mai 2008
Par Larry VanDeSande - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In my opinion, nowhere in the entire output of Johann Sebastian Bach does this very, very great composer display his mastery over counterpoint and harmony better than in the mighty six keyboard partitas. Here is keyboard composition of such stature that only the great late keyboard sonatas of Beethoven are their peer. Working from a group of French dances popular in the era, J.S. developed a half-dozen of the world's most fully realized and fulfilling keyboard exhibitions, complete with virtuosity, magnificent voicing for both hands, and a strain of compositional expertise not matched by another composer since Beethoven.

Murray Perahia returns to Bach's creations after a three-year hiatus due to ill health owing to inflammation in the right hand. His return to recording, and especially to the work of Bach -- where he previously set down excellent versions of the English suites, Goldberg variations and keyboard concertos -- has excited critics on both sides of the Atlantic and probably in the rest of the world's continents. And, once you hear this recording, you will know why such anticipation exists worldwide.

Perahia is, again, a marvel at prestidigitation, voicing, harmony, counterpoint, ornamentation and every other musical affectation you want to name that fits the scores. He plays the left-hand figures, so important in this body of work as a counterbalance to the right-hand melody, equisitiely and, when called for, forcefully. Compared to the often harsh and machinelike manner of music school graduates influenced by a half-century of Glenn Gould worship, Perahia shows the listener there is more to Bach than mere speed and precision. There are, among other assets on display here, vestiges of Bach's own humanity, elegance befitting French dance music, and, perhaps most important, technique second to none mated with an intelligence that makes us think what these may have sounded like had Richter recorded them.

I've spent much of the past decade purchasing, borrowing, checking out from the library and listening to Bach's six partitas. They speak to me anew each time I hear them, especially in advocacy as alternately strong, gentle, brightly sprung and humanistic as put forward here by Perahia. A brief rundown of each sonata reveals:

-- That wonderful Bach counterpoint, so immediately recognizable in the opening phrase of Partita 2's Sinfonia, bowls you over with easygoing persuasion under Perahia. Compared to my reference recording by the great lady of Bach -- Roselyn Tureck, in her concert recording from St. Petersburg in 1995 -- he is equally as authoritative without any of Tureck's idiosyncracies.

-- The flights of fancy that open Partita 3's Fantasia with neither stress nor grief take you to another world, one without the problems of high fuel prices or a presidential election without a candidate good enough to manage outrageous times. You bounce along on his rhythm and are engulfed by the music. Compared to my all-time favorite in this music, by Swede Kristian Svanberg from an out of print Swedish Society CD, Perahia is just as fine and even more intellectual.

-- That fantastic opening Overture in Partita 4, which was the linchpin of Gould's old CBS/Columbia/Sony set, begins in equal metrics and with similar rubato and perhaps more ornaments. So many performers that record the fourth partita take Gould's recording as a reference and Perahia may have too. Still, for the parallel to Gould in the opening, Perahia becomes his own man in the following Allemande and shows you he has plenty to say about this, playing repeats each time as if the music is entirely new, not just a rehash of something we just heard. In this measure, Perahia is the epitome of masterly Bach pianism.

Sony captures these renditions in three-dimensional sound and space that give you an idea of the Berlin auditorium where they were taped in 2007. There are two minor blemishes to this production -- a scant two pages of notes written by Julian Haylock that talk about the music (there are four pages of photos of the pianist) and no track listings on the outside of the back page of the booklet, making reference inconvenient and, in the car, impossible. Otherwise, here is a Bach performance that stands with any ever recorded and begs the question about how soon we will see the other three partitas come from this source and be able to hear Murray do the best of them, the titanic Partita 6. It is so wonderful to have this to look forward to!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Superb performance (but poor granulated sound) 8 octobre 2009
Par Colin Rose - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Perahia doing Bach as Perahia does Bach - very clean and very smooth. Very un-Gould. If Gould uses the piano to try and emulate the detached sound of a harpsichord (always sans pedal), Perahia is almost the opposite. Marvellous voicing and counterpoint.

My only criticism (and a substantial one) is that the sound on CD is harsh, grainy and essentially unpleasant, especially when compared to the beautiful rich natural sound of Perahia playing Bach on Sony's hi-rez SACD discs (the Goldbergs, the Piano concertos etc). If you have an SACD player, you are probably much better off waiting for this to come out on SACD in hi-rez, rather than getting this lossy version of the original master recording which has unfortunately been downsampled to fit onto CD.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure delight 6 décembre 2010
Par Richard Steiger - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is just a repeat of my review of the other volume of Perahia's partitas because everything that was true of that volume is also true of this one.
I'll keep this short and sweet. As Moe, the bartender on "the Simpsons" put it (if I remember correctly): "Compared to this, perfection is crap." I'm sure you already know how great the music is, so I only need to add that the performances are simply magnificent (how Perahia makes the piano sing!) and the recording as realistic as any I've ever heard. The same comments apply to he companion volume of partitas. Buy them both.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure Joy 14 août 2008
Par Johannes Climacus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Over the past decade or so, Murray Perahia has developed into one of the finest Bach pianists around. Perhaps one needs to suffer to appreciate Bach fully--surely this great pianist has had his share of suffering due to the debilitating hand injury which has kept him from the concert hall and recording studios in recent years. In any case, just as his English Suites, Keyboard Concerti, and Goldberg Variations set new standards in this repertoire, this recently released disc of Partitas 2, 3 and 4 joins the select list of desert-island Bach recordings. To put it simply, these are the most consistently imaginative renditions of these demanding works I have heard. Perahia's clarity of articulation and rhythmic control rival Gould's, while his sensitivity to mood, style and the subtleties of phrasing surpass Tureck, Meyer, Kapell (in no. 4), Schiff, Weissenberg, Tipo, and a host of other leading exponents of this repertoire.

From beginning to end, this recital is pure joy--and it is captured in extraordinarily vivid, mellifluous sound. Do not hesitate. And hope (pray?) for a sequel: my hunch is that if one is vouchsafed us, it will surpass even Lipatti in Partita 1, Tipo in 5 and Gould in 6 (my current benchmarks).
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 2 février 2017
Par Karén Khanagov - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
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