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  • Interprète: Rudolf Kempe, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Compositeur: Ludwig Van Beethoven, Rudolf Kempe
  • CD (11 février 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Warner Classics
  • ASIN : B00AB7J9M2
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Disque : 1

  1. Symphony no 2 in d op 36 (1989 digital remaster)
  2. Symphony no. 2 in d op. 36 (1989 digital remaster)
  3. Symphony no 4 in b flat op 60 (1989 digital rema
  4. Symphony no. 4 in b flat op. 60 (1989 digital rema

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CD Munchner P.O./Rudolf Kempe

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kempe's Traditional Germanic Beethoven Readings Are Among The Best! 12 février 2014
Par Brian Copp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm not a music scholar or musicologist, but I do own over 50 recordings of these Beethoven symphonies.

There are 3 types of interpretations for most classical works. Traditional, Historically Informed & Oddballs. This set falls under the Traditional Category.

Rudolf Kempe was one of the most talented and respected conductors of his time and it is a shame he isn't better known. His Beethoven is Traditional in the vein of Klemperer, Bohm, Bernstein, Kubelik, Szell, etc. These are not Historically Informed performances like Hogwood, Norrington or Gardiner. They are classic "Big Orchestra" sounding Beethoven. They are majestic and full of beauty and I feel Kempe's Beethoven cycle is certainly on par with his contemporaries.

On this CD we have recordings of Beethoven's 2nd & 4th Symphonies.

Beethoven's 2nd and 4th Symphonies seem to his forgotten children. They don't receive the attention they deserve and Kempe makes a great case for hearing them more often. These readings are very musical with tempos that seem ideal throughout. They contain all the excitement and spontaneity of a live performance but with great studio clarity.

I don't believe there is such a thing as a "best recording" or a "best interpretation". There is only what appeals to you personally as the listener. Over the years I have gradually gone away from the Historically Informed Performances when it comes to Beethoven. I prefer conductors who translate how they feel when they both see and hear this music. Kempe was always a conductor who had this magical ability for me. Much like his friend and fellow conductor Karl Richter, Kempe had a special ability to make the music come alive and convey every emotion he went through while conducting. He was a true artist and these recordings should not be missed for those who seek traditional Beethoven recordings with as much personal charm, care and passion as Klemperer, Bohm and Bernstein put into their well respected recordings.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 These are well played at 31 juillet 2014
Par Jon Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
...moderate tempos except for quick but not rushed tempi in the third movements
of #4 and especially #2 (quicker than usual. The winds are distinctive and the phrasing
is warm and mellow. They are quite listenable but not first choices, similar to Kempe's
Testament Mozart symphonies #s 34, 39, and 41. In that trio, #34 was best and it matched
his wonderful accompaniament to Alan Civil in the Mozart horn concert on a Classics For
Pleasure previously released on an RCA lp. #2 here is a bit short of fire except
for the third movement. My favorite #2s remain those of Eugen Jochum/BPO/DG and RCOA/Philips, Van Beinum/RCOA/Eloquence, and Klemperer/Testament (not his slower EMI version). For #4 I prefer Klemperer/Testament (again not EMI), Jochum/RCOA/Philips and BPO/DG, Szell/Cleveland/Sony (stingy re repeats, however), Kubelik/Audite and DG/BRSO, and Haitink/RCOA/Philips.
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