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  • Chef d'orchestre: Seiji Ozawa, Zubin Mehta
  • Compositeur: Alban Berg, Igor Stravinsky, Maurice Ravel
  • CD (30 octobre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000001GQX
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Par Alprev MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 16 janvier 2010
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Certainement l'une des versions que je préfère du concerto à la Mémoire d'un Ange. Jamais le couple Ozawa - Perlman ne sombre dans le pathos. L'émotion est là mais avec une réserve de bon aloi. C'est beau... tout simplement.
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Ce disque est devenu un classique, j'aurai du mal à rajouter quoi que ce soit : un des meilleurs enregistrements du concerto de Berg que j'aie entendus, et une version du concerto de Stravinsky qui suggère autre chose que la sècheresse à laquelle beaucoup de versions se limite.
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Ces enregistrements sont magnifiques, tant le concerto à la mémoire d'un ange (le deuxième mouvement est joué par Perlman avec une sensibilité remarquable) que celui de Stravinsky.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Bland & Un-Committed Performances 29 mai 2004
Par Jeffrey Lipscomb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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These are two of my favorite pieces, but the performances here are utterly bland and un-committed. Perlman merely saws through both with a mechanical, un-inflected proficiency - he often sounds like he's more in a hurry to get home. Ozawa is worse: he virtually sleepwalks his way through both scores, offering very little in the way of true collaboration. The orchestral commentary in both works just sort of wanders by, with little accentuation or inflection. In Perlman's equally bland account of the Stravinsky with Barenboim, the latter at least provided a more detailed and better executed framework than this catatonic effort by Ozawa.

To my ears, no modern version of either work has matched the stunning achievement of Arthur Grumiaux, who recorded both concertos in excellent 1967 stereo sound for Philips (they were coupled on the same LP). In the Berg, Grumiaux was ably accompanied by Igor Markevitch, whereas the Stravinsky was led by Ernest Bour, a champion of modern music who was trained by Scherchen and who succeeded Hans Rosbaud at the SW German Radio. The orchestra in both cases was the Amsterdam Concertgebouw.

Grumiaux was one of the last century's greatest violinists, and his combination of rhythmic zest and soaring lyricism in both works was extraordinary: he was simply a finer musician than the likes of Perlman, Stern, or Zukerman. The Grumiaux Stravinsky Concerto is available in a fine Stravinsky collection on a Philips "two-fer." Unfortunately, the Berg remains in limbo - it is urgently in need of a CD transfer.

There are two old 1930's recordings that remain my interpretive benchmarks in each concerto: Louis Krasner with Anton Webern in the Berg, and Samuel Dushkin with the composer conducting in the Stravinsky. I feel that people who love these pieces should make an effort to find them and hear what is possible in this music.

Despite crackly, deficient mono sonics, the Berg Concerto from May 1, 1936 on Testament Continuum SBT 1004 is an absolute marvel. Krasner premiered the work a year before in Barcelona with Scherchen conducting. Berg's friend and compatriot Anton Webern was supposed to conduct, but he got cold feet at the last moment about performing his late comrade's final testament. Just listen to the performance on this Testament CD - which Webern DID conduct, with the BBC Symphony - and you will hear what is missing with Perlman and Ozawa. It is deeply inflected and romantically impassioned: the phrasing is simply gorgeous.

The 1935 Paris recording with Dushkin in the Stravinsky can now be heard in a splendid transfer on an Andante CD set. Stravinsky was closer to his roots than would later be the case: he and Dushkin fashion an earthy performance that hails back to ancient Russia itself. Dushkin is an obedient fiddler - he plays his part EXACTLY the way Stravinsky wanted it to be heard. His playing may take some getting used to: the composer insisted on an abandoned, rhapsodic, somewhat swoopy style that makes most contemporary accounts sound bland by comparison. A Columbia Records executive once told me that Stravinsky was so incensed at Isaac Stern being chosen for the stereo re-make that he threatened to break his recording contract. But he later relented, and the result was dreary in comparison with the earlier version.

To conclude: try to hear Grumiaux for the best modern accounts of these magnetic scores. The earlier historic versions are wonderful reminders of truly "living" music: they are a sharp contrast to the sterile, dry-as-toast renderings we usually get these days.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fine performances that deserve repeated listening 26 janvier 2013
Par R. G. W. Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've listened to these performances many times - technically exacting, well-recorded, musically satisfying and worthy of really close attention. Two classic concertos on one disc, played by some of the best performers at that time - most enjoyable.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 warm performances of two fine concertos 29 décembre 2015
Par Stanley Crowe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I remember owning this on vinyl when it first came out in 1980. I was impressed then, and I still am. Perlman is not too much to the fore in the aural picture, as he sometimes became in later DGG recordings, and the late-analogue sound is warm and well-balanced. The test for the Berg, to me, comes at the start of the second movement for both soloist and orchestra, where a darker, even threatening, expressive note needs to be struck, and Ozawa and Perlman both respond appropriately. The Boston Symphony plays beautifully, and Perlman's tone is rich without being cloying. Some listeners might prefer a cooler approach -- Abbado and Faust have recorded a lovely version -- but Berg's music can take different approaches. It's a great concerto, and I'm happy to have this account of it. The Stravinsky concerto is not a piece I know very well. I like Chung's account, but there's charm and wit and spirit in this one too. NOTE: For this reissue, an account of the Ravel Tzigane (with Mehta) has been added to what might otherwise be thought to be short measure for a CD. It's played with great spirit, with the violin a bit more upfront than I ideally like.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Why all the fuss? This is mediocre. 24 février 2001
Par The Man in the Hathaway Shirt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm normally a big fan of the DG Originals series, but this is one they could have left in the vaults. The performance of the Berg is adequate. But I don't get the fuss when this has now become a competitive field. (It was not when this recording was originally released in 1980.) Throughout the work Perlman is distant and uninvolved, with a thin wirey tone that borders on ugly at times (and yes, I know this is a "dissonant" and tragic work, but the tone is simply colorless, which is different) and Ozawa conducts like he's not really listening to his fiddle player, not really relating some intricate accompaniments to what Perlman's violin line is. Time and again he skates over climaxes, holds back, fails to get all the depth from his accompanist role. The sound is not that great for a DG Originals reissue--it's rather dry. The Stravinsky fares better (though the soundstage is close-up and bizarre), but it is hardly reason to recommend the recording itself. Zukerman/Boulez, Szigeti/Mitropoulos, Krasner/Webern (the very first recording and only the second performance of the work), and above all Mutter/Levine easily beat this recording. The Mutter in particular is a hair-raising account where every shading of the score is examined and given breath and color, where the work's "Modern" and "Romantic" worlds are for once melded appropriately. (The Krasner is another example of that, largely thanks to Webern's insightful accompaniment, but with that 1936 performance there's the issue of extremely limited sound.) In short, Stravinsky, four stars...Berg one.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 an outstanding Berg recording, but Mutter is better 16 septembre 2000
Par Robert J. Cruce - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording of the Berg concerto served us well for many years, but Anne-Sophie Mutter's recording is superior. Some may still want this for the Stravinsky. A treasurable disc, to be sure. Just be sure to hear the Mutter/Levine version of the Berg.
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