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Bartok - Le Mandarin merveilleux - Musique pour cordes - Suite

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  • CD (13 juillet 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B000068Q5U
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Disque : 1

  1. Concerto pour orchestre - 1. introduzione (andante non troppo - allegro vivace
  2. Concerto pour orchestre - 2. giuoco della coppie (allegretto scherzando)
  3. Concerto pour orchestre - 3. elegia (andante, non troppo)
  4. Concerto pour orchestre - 4. intermezzo interrotto (allegretto)
  5. Concerto pour orchestre - 5. finale (pesante - presto)
  6. Suite de danses sz 77 - 1. moderato
  7. Suite de danses sz 77 - 2. allegro molto
  8. Suite de danses sz 77 - 3. allegro vivace
  9. Suite de danses sz 77 - 4. molto tranquillo
  10. Suite de danses sz 77 - 5. comodo
  11. Suite de danses sz 77 - 6. finale (allegro)
  12. Hungarian sketches images hongroises - 1. an evening in the village
  13. Hungarian sketches images hongroises - 2. bear melody
  14. Hungarian sketches images hongroises - 3. melody
  15. Hungarian sketches images hongroises - 4. slightly tipsy
  16. Hungarian sketches images hongroises - 5. swineherd's dance
  17. Danses roumaines - 2. sash dance (from egres)
  18. Danses roumaines - 3. in one spot (from egres)
  19. Danses roumaines - 4. horn dance (from bisztra)
  20. Danses roumaines - 1. stick dance (from mezöszabad)
  21. Danses roumaines - 5. roumanian polka (from belényes)
  22. Danses roumaines - 6. fast dance (from belényes)
  23. Danses roumaines - 7. fast dance (from nyágra)

Disque : 2

  1. Musique pour cordes percussion et Célésta - 1. andante tranquillo
  2. Musique pour cordes percussion et Célésta - 2. allegro
  3. Musique pour cordes percussion et Célésta - 3. adagio
  4. Musique pour cordes percussion et Célésta - 4. allegro molto
  5. Divertimento pour cordes - 1. allegro non troppo
  6. Divertimento pour cordes - 2. molto adagio
  7. Divertimento pour cordes - 3. allegro assai
  8. - the miraculous mandarin, bb 82, sz. 73 (op.19) - suite
  9. - the miraculous mandarin suite, bb 82, (sz. 73) op.19

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Exciting! 5 septembre 2005
Par Wayne D. Shen - Publié sur
Format: CD
I've heard a few different recordings of both the Concerto for Orchestra and Dance Suite by Bartok (and I've also played both of them in an orchestra.) In my opinion, this particular recording, while not the greatest ever, stands out from others because of the intense vigor which is always present, whether simmering beneath the mysterious opening melodies of the Concerto for Orchestra, or the gargantuan glissandos in the Dance Suite. Solti, like Bartok, was Hungarian (and he actually studied piano under him at the Budapest conservatory [which I was fortunate to visit this past summer],) so I think he captures the rustic flavor of the pieces very well, instead of just glossing over the less pretty aspects of the pieces as some orchestras are wont to do. All in all, a record that definitely has you dancing in some places, and staring into space in awe of eternity in others. Part of that is Bartok, and part of it is Solti.

If you haven't heard the Concerto for Orchestra, it's one of the masterpieces of Contemporary Classical music. It's nigh near impossible to describe music in words, so just give it a listen. If you've heard it before, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by this presentation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A two disc set that offers high quality recordings and value 17 décembre 2012
Par I. Giles - Publié sur
Format: CD
This two disc set, recorded in the 1980's, gathers together arguably the key Bartok non-piano works for orchestra in a very convenient package. Every one of these performances has reason to be considered to be one of the very finest if not the finest recordings made over the last 20 years or so.

Georg Solti, as an Hungarian, was naturally in sympathy with the Bartok idiom and thus we have unusually sympathetic interpretations of these works. The Chicago orchestra since Reiner's day has always been considered one of the finest orchestra in the States with arguably the most European sound. Their recording of the Concerto for Orchestra with Reiner is still considered to be an outstanding example of performance and recording combined. In this case the orchestra under Solti are able to match Reiner's achievement with the further advantage of more modern sonics. The main difference, interpretively, between the performance and Solti's earlier one with the LSO concerns the Tempo chosen for the 'couples' movement which Solti feels is more in line with Bartok's wishes in this CSO recording.

The two sets of dances are both ideal and the Dance Suite is played with brilliance and understanding. My personal preference for this piece is, once more, the predecessor with the LSO which seems to have an element of humour missing in this rather more driven account. At this point it may be worth mentioning that Decca have issued the earlier Bartok/LSO disc with Solti in their 24 bit remastered 'legends' series which suggests that they too, feel that the earlier recording has something special to say.

The Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta is wonderfully played, the best I have heard and the Miraculous Mandarin leaves little to be desired other than the whole ballet which is musically more satisfying being less truncated at the start and finish. The whole ballet is well served by Abbado's recording. The Divertimento is yet another wonderful performance if not entirely erasing the entirely Hungarian performance by Rolla and his orchestra on another fine Bartok disc. That offers less hard-driven performances giving an alternative view of Bartok which I find equally noteworthy and sympathetic.

The recordings are superb, the performances are superb and the value is superb. As a two disc set this seems to be untouchable and should be considered a priority by all interested purchasers. Solti, typically, drives hard and extracts maximum brilliance from these recordings so it must be suggested that collectors may also wish to explore recordings that emphasise different aspects of this composer as hinted at above.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A LOVELY AND VERY WORTHWHILE LISTEN! 6 octobre 2015
Par Jody Deats - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Love this CD...however need to listen to it on a superb sound system because of the fluctuation of sound. The music will take you on a journey of soft and bold movements. Overall an enjoyable relaxing experience.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Selection of Pieces 17 mai 2013
Par emac - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Two disc CD at a rock bottom price but outstanding audio quality. Nice selection of pieces. The DECCA label is also a plus in this purchase.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Powerful Readings From Solti And The CSO 18 février 2011
Par Transfigured Knight - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Sir Georg Solti is, as many already know, one of the great interpreters of Bartok. His way with Bartok is menacing, brutal, and hard-knocking. This isn't to say that he underplays the slower, more introspective sections of the music, because he doesn't, but when it comes time to tear down the house, he's not afraid to do so. Through the years, Bartok has had many great interpreters such as Boulez, Bernstein, Fischer, and Rattle, but there's something so passionate in Solti's readings that I can easily overlook whatever flaws the performances may have. Thankfully, there aren't many, as Solti has the fine Chicago Symphony Orchestra at his disposal.

A few highlights for me were definitely "Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta," "Divertimento," "Dance Suite," "The Miraculous Mandarin," and "Hungarian Sketches." I have never been too impressed with Solti's "Concerto for Orchestra." For me, the definitive performance has been Reiner's account on RCA under the same orchestra. Reiner brings out more of the darker elements that sometimes get lost in the score. This little complaint aside, you won't find a better collection of Bartok's more popular orchestral works. All of this in mind, Solti still doesn't clear my mind of Boulez's or Fischer's performances. Luckily in classical music, there's always room for improvement. Who knows who will carry the torch for Bartok after Fischer and Boulez have passed?

As typical with most Decca recordings I've encountered, the audio quality is excellent. Solti's performances aren't the to-end-all readings of these works, but they make a nice supplement to the recordings by the conductors I already mentioned. If you want some fast and furious Bartok, then look no further than Solti. Highly recommended.

Special note: There is also a 2-CD companion set to this collection that brings together Bartok's concerti with Vladimir Ashkenazy on piano and Kyung-Wha Chung on violin with Solti at the helm. These are truly great performances as well.

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