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  • CD (28 mai 2002)
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  • Label: Decca
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Takacs Full Beethoven St. Quartets Review (part 2) 27 août 2006
Par B. Edwards - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the 2nd part of my full review of the Takacs string quartets. Part 1 is for the Opus18 Quartets and Part 3 for the Late Quartets.

I am a Busch Quartet Lover (as are the Takacs players themselves) so those quartets loom in the back of my mind as the standard against which other performances are measured. Since the Busch performances were loved against years of listening to many other quartets as well, it is high praise for the Takacs that I consider the Takacs often their equal, and on some occasions (op59 no3) even superiour.

The Takacs are certainly one of the strongest modern quartets, offering outstanding virtuosity in all 4 positions married to a large variety of tonal expression. They don't quite have the novelty and plain wierdness that the Lindsay's always manage to find, but are far more thrilling and precise in their articulation. Opus 59 no.2 in the old Lindsay set is one of their finest achievments in my opinion, yet the Takacs are as good in their more straightforward way. The wild fantasy and total uncertainty about what will come next that the Lindsay's manage turns into oohs and ahhs for the Takacs with their blazing virtuosity and martial power. Compared to the Busch Op59 no.2 however (currently out of print) the Takacs lack the unanimity of texture that the older quartet can muster. They also don't have the same authority of vision that Busch musters, which is especially evident in the slow movement, where the Busch always seem to find that perfect shade of volume and rythym to capture Beethoven's inspiration.

In fact, I would say that is the greatest weakness of this first Takacs Beethoven release (they recorded op18 next and late qs last). They often seem to just lose a grip on the deeper meaning of the music and substitue for it a repetative dimuendo to crescendo "effect", like they are trying to insert some drama that they don't find in the music. This "trick" mostly dissapears thankfully by the final set, but here it often rears up and betrays an emotional immaturity when compared to the Busch.

Nevertheless! This is not always so, and in my opinion they capture the perfect time and dynamics for the op59 no3 slow movement, that dreaded place where most quartets fall down. Their immaculate pizzicato and perfect phrasing even outdoes the Busch in my opinion, making it the best version available of this quartet.

Op59 no 1 is a very fine performance all they way through, more visceral and thrilling yet just as involving as the 1941 Sony Busch recording except, unfortunately, in the slow movement. Here, the Busch manage a rapturously sorrowful lament of dreadful passion that leaves you breathless. The Takacs come off rather badly in comparision, taking a quiet pensive approach that just completely pales in comparison to the Busch revelation.

Finally, the Harp quartet really sparkles under the Takacs, a brilliant virtuosic show yet never getting aggressive the way the Berg do for example. (No Busch perf on record for this quartet sadly). The uncommonly rapidly played scherzo is especially thrilling in my mind, though some reviewers have preferred a more measured pace. This is my favourite perfomance of the harp on record.

A wonderful set then, well deserving of all its accolades. Op59 no3 and op 74 are my two favorite recorded performances, and op59 1 and 3 aren't bad either, the painfully weak point being the slow movement of op59 no1 in comparision with the Busch. Hear the Busch in that movement and you will see why they are justly esteemed so highly.

Thanks for reading
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Like hearing it for the first time... 30 mars 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Just seconds into the Rasumovsky 1, you know you're in for something special here. Not only are these the finest sounding that I have heard, but the Takacs technical skill is matched by the emotion they display in playing these middle quartets. A note on the recording-I'm finding that there is a big difference in some of the CD's produced now-vs-even just 2-3 years ago. The four instruments are perfectly balanced and the recording is faultless. I immediatley bought the Takacs early quartets and they are just as fine. The Beethoven cycle of quartets is some of the most beautiful music written in my opinion and the Takacs are now my first choice. I can't wait for their release of the late cycle..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Recording 17 février 2004
Par David R. Barker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I heard parts of this 2-CD set while shopping at Tower Records. The Op 74 "Harp" quartet was so distinctly and beautifully played I had to inquire as to the artists. I have good recordings by the Lindsay's and Quartetto Italiano, Guarneri and others, but this recording instantly became my favorite. Includes the Op 59 Nos 1-3. The Andante of the No. 3 is especially beautiful here. Highly recommended. These middle period quartets are also a good place to start a listening adventure into Beethoven's string quartets.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Here is perfection. 21 mai 2004
Par Lev - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have literally searched for years for these recordings. I purchased the Alban Berg's middle quartets, but sold them again. They seemed polished, but soulless. I resold the Quartetto Italiano's. They seemed to aim at the beautiful, rather than the Beautiful. I resold the Tokyo's. They were more urbane and better recorded than the Italians', but identical in their shortcoming. I resold the Vegh's, which, in comparison with the Tokyo's, sounded positively ham-fisted. I resold the Lindsay's, which were as cold as fluorescent lights on an indoor pool. Only my rapture with the late quartets kept me searching at all. Today I am listening to the Takács Quartet for the first time. They are sometimes whimsical and sometimes yearning for more than this world can offer, balanced in their expressions of continuity and change. The voice of each musician is fully individuated, yet they play single-mindedly together. The comparison of classical music with architecture has never seemed so apt, because the sound here is both three-dimensional and spacious. The comparison only falls short because this music is warm and alive. Listen to the first 60 seconds or any 60 seconds of disc one and make up your own mind. Any moment of this music will express its wholeness. My search is over. I will delight in these recordings by the Takács Quartet forever.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Best so Far. 18 mai 2006
Par K. Bowersock - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This set is amazing. I have had the pleasure of hearing the Berg, Lindsay, Emerson, and Julliard string quartets interpret the opus 59s, and I must say that the Takacs outdoes them all. Before this recording was introduced to me, I had a deep affection for the Emerson and Julliard's recordings. That has most certainly changed now. The Takacs fulfilled all my preconceived notions about what these pieces require, and introduced me to much much more. The finale of the op. 59 no.3 is astounding (a term I would never use to describe the previous quartets' interpretations), and, in my opinion shatters the attempts of the Emerson's rendition - I'm not sure where Mr. Jones finds so much room to complain about the finale of the no. 3 - nevertheless he is wrong. The op. 59s as recorded here is a landmark recording and I promise it will be referred to as an essential interpretation for years to come. As for the "harp" quartet, I could talk forever about the amazing beauty which is reveled in this recording....but I'll spare you. All I will say is that it too is fantastically beautiful and should not be missed. Whether you are a native collector of Beethoven quartets or one just looking for the "right" first set, the Takacs will not disappoint - Strongly Recommended.

By the way, the case cover you will most likely be getting if you are ordering it new is the one pictured above by Mr. Frank Rust, not the one pictured by Amazon.com. Not that it matters, but I just thought I would let you know.
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