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  • Interprète: Riccardo Chailly
  • Orchestre: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
  • Chef d'orchestre: Riccardo Chailly
  • Compositeur: Johannes Brahms, Joseph Joachim
  • CD (25 février 2016)
  • Nombre de disques: 7
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B0149KEADY
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. - 1. un poco sostenuto - allegro - meno allegro
  2. - 2. andante sostenuto
  3. - 3. un poco allegretto e grazioso
  4. - 4. adagio - piu andante - allegro non troppo, ma con brio - piu allegro
  5. - 1. allegro con brio - un poco sostenuto - tempo I
  6. - 2. andante
  7. - 3. poco allegretto
  8. - 4. allegro

Disque : 2

  1. - 1. allegro non troppo
  2. - 2. adagio non troppo - l'istesso tempo, ma grazioso
  3. - 3. allegretto grazioso ( quasi andantino) - presto ma non assai
  4. - 4. allegro con spirito
  5. - 1. allegro non troppo
  6. - 2. andante moderato
  7. - 3. allegro giocoso - poco meno presto - tempo I
  8. - 4. allegro energico e passionato - più allegro
  9. - 1. alternative opening

Disque : 3

  1. - tragic overture, op. 81
  2. - no.4 - intermezzo in e major
  3. - no.1 - intermezzo in e flat major
  4. - thème: "chorale st. antoni"
  5. - variation I: poco più animato
  6. - variation II: più vivace
  7. - variation III: con moto
  8. - variation IV: andante con moto
  9. - variation V: vivace
  10. - variation VI: vivace
  11. - variation VII: grazioso
  12. - variation VIII: presto non troppo
  13. - finale: andante
  14. - no.1
  15. - no.2
  16. - no.4
  17. - no.6
  18. - no.5
  19. - no.9
  20. - no.11
  21. - no.8
  22. - no.9
  23. - 1. andante
  24. - academic festival overture, op. 80
  25. - hungarian dance no.1 in c minor
  26. - hungarian dance no.3 in f
  27. - hungarian dance no.10 in f

Disque : 4

  1. - 1. allegro molto
  2. - 2. scherzo (allegro non troppo) - trio (poco più moto)
  3. - 3. adagio non troppo
  4. - 4. menuetto I-II
  5. - 5. scherzo (allegro)
  6. - 6. rondo (allegro)
  7. - 1. allegro moderato
  8. - 2. scherzo (vivace)
  9. - 3. adagio non troppo
  10. - 4. quasi menuetto - trio
  11. - 5. rondo (allegro)

Disque : 5

  1. - 1. allegro non troppo
  2. - 2. adagio
  3. - 3. allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace - poco più presto
  4. Concerto pour violon, violoncelle et orchestre en la mineur op.102 - 1. allegro
  5. Concerto pour violon, violoncelle et orchestre en la mineur op.102 - 2. andante
  6. Concerto pour violon, violoncelle et orchestre en la mineur op.102 - 3. vivace non troppo - poco meno allegro - tempo I

Disque : 6

  1. Concerto pour piano n° 1 op. 15 - 1. maestoso - poco più moderato
  2. Concerto pour piano n° 1 op. 15 - II adagio
  3. Concerto pour piano n° 1 op. 15 - 3. rondo (allegro non troppo)

Disque : 7

  1. Concerto pour piano n° 2 op. 83 - 1. allegro non troppo
  2. Concerto pour piano n° 2 op. 83 - 2. allegro appassionato
  3. Concerto pour piano n° 2 op. 83 - 3. andante - più adagio
  4. Concerto pour piano n° 2 op. 83 - 4. allegretto grazioso - un poco più presto


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Some rarely heard Brahms + Buyer's Guide 6 novembre 2015
Par John Fowler the Obsessive Compulsive Reviewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There are no new recordings in this box - everything has been issued before (see Buyer's Guide at the end of this review).

Riccardo Chailly is the only conductor to have recorded ALL of Brahms' orchestral music.
The Four Symphonies, four Concertos, two Overtures and Variations on a Theme of Haydn have been recorded hundreds of times.
The two Serenades are also easy to find.
To these Chailly has added some RARITIES:

-- Liebeslieder Waltzes Op.52, No.1,2,4,5,6,8,9,11 and Op.65, No.9
In 1868, Brahms composed 18 waltzes for vocal quartet accompanied by piano four-hands.
The following year he orchestrated nine (for orchestra alone - no singers).
Also recorded by Gary Bertini/Vienna Symphony and Thomas Dausgaard/Swedish Chamber Orchestra.

-- Two Intermezzi for Piano: Op.116, No.4 and Op.117, No.1 - ONLY RECORDING
This is a ringer - Not orchestrated by Brahms.
Orchestrated by Paul Klengel (1854-1935), a German conductor and composer who was a friend of Brahms
(the notes don't say when Klengel orchestrated them, or if Brahms approved).

-- Symphony 1: Original version of the Second Movement
This version of the second movement Andante premiered in 1876 with the rest of the Symphony, but before publication Brahms dropped five bars and added some transition material.
This is the second recording of the original version - Charles Mackerras was first, with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

-- Symphony 4: Revised opening to the First Movement - ONLY RECORDING
Some time after the premiere, Brahms added four bars to the opening of the First Movement, but quickly changed his mind.
The Symphony was never performed this way.
These introductory bars are over in a mere eight seconds, but Decca allots it 46 seconds.
Brahms based his introduction on the final bars of the same movement, so the first movement now begins and ends with the same music.
To illustrate this, the track opens with the final bars of the First Movement (13 seconds),
then after a brief pause, you hear the new introduction (8 seconds) leading directly into the familiar First Movement (which fades away after 15 seconds).
I don't much care for it, but may feel differently after I've heard it a few hundred times.
I think it would have made a better impression if Decca had included two complete performances of the first movement - with and without the introduction - instead of just a fragment for the revised opening.

This is the only recording of the revised opening of Symphony 4.
I am informed that back in the 1960s, it was featured during the intermission of a Cleveland Orchestra radio broadcast.
Apparently George Szell was interviewed and the orchestra performed the music.
I'm not sure if Szell or his assistant Louis Lane conducted.
It would be nice to have as part of a future "George Szell Edition".

-- Hungarian Dances No. 1, 3 and 10
Not exactly rarities, but not usually included with the symphonies.
Brahms composed 21 Hungarian Dances for piano duet in the 1860s, and orchestrated these three in 1874 (other composers orchestrated the rest)

These are fine modern performances - the Symphonies are an improvement over Chailly's first set with the Amsterdam Concertgebouw,
but the competition in the major Brahms works is fierce.
The primary attraction of this set is it's absolute completeness.

All the rarities are included with the Symphonies - this part is an essential purchase.
You can save some money by buying just the 3 CD (or one Blu-Ray * ) collection of the Symphonies.
(see Buyer's Guide)
Depending on personal taste, you may or may not need Chailly's CDs of the two Serenades and four Concertos.
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BUYER'S GUIDE:
[hint: for ease of navigation, read the review through to the end, then come back and click on the links.]

This 7 CD box is currently selling for $30 new on Amazon.
Versus $43 total for the 7 CDs in previous editions:

Symphonies + Orchestral Works + All the rarities = Brahms: The Symphonies = $19 (3 CD set) *
Serenades = Brahms: Serenades = $7
Piano Concerti = Brahms: The Piano Concertos = $11 (2 CD set)
Violin + Violin & Cello Concerti = Brahms: Violin Concerto; Double Concerto = $6

* THERE IS ONE OTHER OPTION:
Before spending $19 on the 3 CD box of Symphonies + Orchestral Works + All the rarities,
Consider spending $15 for the BLU-RAY AUDIO edition:
Brahms: The Symphonies [Blu-ray Audio]

Everything on the 3 CD set is on one Blu-Ray with improved sound at a lower price.
(prices correct as of November 2015)

You don't need a special Blu-Ray Audio player.
Blu-Ray Audio plays on any Blu-Ray Video player.
Keep the video output connected to your TV to read the disc menu.
Connect the audio to your Hi-Fi system.

It's not uncommon to find ordinary CDs remastered at "24-bit/96 kHz", but the CD medium is incapable of accurately reproducing everything on the master.
Compromises are made in the conversion to CD.
You need SACD or Blu-Ray Audio to realize the full potential of the original master tape.
The only real advantage of Blu-Ray Audio over the older SACD technology is a longer playing time.

Blu-Ray Audio: Brahms: The Symphonies [Blu-ray Audio]

BUT first read my review "IF IT WON'T PLAY, THE FAULT IS NOT WITH YOUR PLAYER" dated July 9, 2015.
(there was a mastering problem with the first batch of discs, but it has been corrected).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great renditions all around 10 mai 2016
Par Akimo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Great renditions all around, but the serenades are the secret sauce. I've never heard them played with so much verve. And the piano concertos are killer, and the violin concerto is a gem. And . . . okay the whole package is full of world-class renditions. Full stop.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 26 janvier 2016
Par M H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Chailly is terrifically!
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