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Beethoven: Piano Sonatas, Vol. III


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Page Artiste Alfred Brendel


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  • Compositeur: Ludwig van Beethoven
  • CD (6 mai 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Vox
  • ASIN : B000001K34
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Disque : 1

  1. I. allegro
  2. II. adagio
  3. III. minuetto - allegretto
  4. IV. prestissimo
  5. I. presto alla tedesca
  6. II. andante
  7. III. vivace
  8. I. allegro molto e con brio
  9. II. adagio molto
  10. III. finale, prestissimo
  11. I. allegro
  12. II. allegretto
  13. III. finale, presto
  14. I. allegro
  15. II. allegretto
  16. III. rondo; allegro commodo

Disque : 2

  1. I. allegro
  2. II. andante
  3. III. scherzo : allegro assai
  4. I. andante - allegro - andante
  5. II. allegro molto vivace
  6. III. adagio
  7. IV. finale : allegro vivace
  8. I. adagio sostenuto
  9. II. allegretto
  10. III. presto agitato
  11. I. allegro
  12. II. andante
  13. III. scherzo : allegro vivace - trio - IV. rondo : allegro non troppo

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 early Beethoven played sweetly 25 avril 2004
Par Theophilus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Brendel always seems to have a penchant for never over-doing things. He's never too loud, never too soft, never too harsh (even with this composer). In all the lyrical sections of these early sonatas, I find this disciplined sense of moderation to be soothing yet intense. For example in the first movement of the "Moonlight" Sonata, the soft and double soft marking are observed with assiduousness. It's subtle and not overly dramatic.
Brendel's technique is more than adequate. I wonder why he is not more of a perfectionist when he plays (as he has said about his playing- "I am not a perfectionist.")
All the dynamic and phrasing markings are observed diligently. He's very true to the intentions of the composer even in the little pieces such as these. And as always, he puts the composer before himself when playing.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent performances, recording-remastering mediocre... 28 avril 2008
Par Rubén - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
These recordings date from 1962 through 1964. The state-of-the art for analog was fully developed by then (see the fine RCA Living Stereo releases from the 1950's!), so my best guess as to the "metallic" sound of the piano is that it stems from a bad remaster/transfer job in 1991-2 and/or the use of 2nd or later generation tapes, or a bad recording to begin with... Truth be told, I have the original LPs that came as a boxed set containing all of LvB's piano music (incl. the concertos,etc.) and I am leaning toward the last possibility being the case here... the performances trump the sonics, and I'd not hesitate to recommend these versions.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Whole Brendel VOX Beethoven Sonata Collection 10 décembre 2014
Par Frank D. V. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This collection is more for a study. Brendel's interpretations of Beethoven reveal the structure behind his Sonatas, and are terrific to listen to as a study. However, I would never suggest Brendel's Beethoven for the emotion, depth, or power of his Sonatas. Listening to Brendel's Beethoven is much like analyzing Bach via the Fibonacci series: You'll understand the technicality of it, the genius of it, the structure of it, but you'll miss the humanity and emotion of it.

I much prefer Brendel for the Classical era which is where I believe he excels. The early Beethoven Sonatas are much easier to listen to than his later Sonatas by Brendel.

However, if price is an issue and you are just dying to get a complete collection of the Beethoven Sonatas, then you can't go wrong with all the volumes in this collection. It is by far the best bang for your buck, and you'll get a solid performance from Mr. Brendel.

The only reason why I can not give four stars is because I hardly get any emotion out of his playing. And to me, playing the likes of Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, Brahms, et al without emotion is like painting a rainbow in black and white: What's the point?
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brendel plays Bethoven in his own way 24 février 2006
Par Ilya Rabinovich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
He may not have a lyricism of Gilels or force and precision of Sokolov, but along these greatest I love the way he plays No.10 G Major and NO. 15 D Major "Pastoral" and others from this album
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 AMONG THE BEST! 8 mai 2006
Par T. Bellows - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
One man's viewpoint: Brendel again shows his wonderful, steady sense of rhythm. The miracle is that he can keep it rock-steady or slow it a bit for dramatic effect - only if he wants to. He has control and a clarity of vision/purpose with each piece. So of course he transmits this to us. I also notice the lightness of touch he has. And his limber agility (hard-won, no doubt).

I suggest picking up on all four of Mr. Brendel's Vox recordings of the LVB sonatas. Absolutely wonderful stuff. Also consider his fine, fine Diabelli Variations on Vox. Also I suggest checking out John O'Conor's set. Fantastic! Also Claude Frank has a highly praised set; I may buy this one next (a real bargain).

There are many fine players, so enjoy the search through these piano pieces of such incredible character, nobility, beauty, and boldness. They help develop a love of sound and the fine arts.
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