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Brahms: Piano Quartet No. 1 / Variations and Fugue On A Theme by Handel (Arr. for Orchestra)
 
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Brahms: Piano Quartet No. 1 / Variations and Fugue On A Theme by Handel (Arr. for Orchestra)

1 août 1990 | Format : MP3

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HASH(0x96d37420) étoiles sur 5 Fine performance of orchestrated Brahms chamber gem. 18 septembre 2004
Par dongiovanni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I suppose one great experience, musically at least, we came away with from the Athens Olympics of 2004 was the very impressive televised concert of the Berlin Philharmonic with Sir Simon Rattle conducting the orchestrated version of the Brahms Quartet. I am sure anyone hearing this piece at the first time fell in love with it instantly.

I love the piano Quartet in any shape or form. Regardless of the poo-poohing of the Penguin Guide, Schoenberg greatly expanded the scope of this work, made it more exciting and dynamic listening experience. Just listen to the Third Movement, that heroic theme, wonderful as it is in the chamber form, but what a transformation when played on the winds and brass! The "Zingarese" last movement has very modern orchestration, so to speak, (xylophone, Trombone glissandi, cymbal crashes) but brings the roof down as it did in Athens.

This new Chandos recording with the London Symphony is the best available of this piece and Jarvi is in great form, taking a commanding, though somewhat conservative, view of the work.

The Handel variations are orchestrated from a solo piano work where, I think, it should have remained. Rubbra's orchestration is good and scholarly, but adds nothing to the work, whereas the piano version is an absolutely stunning virtuoso piece. Nevertheless it is good to hear it orchestrated just for curiosity.

Recorded sound is up to Chandos usual standard. Highly recommended. Best available, so stop looking further.
HASH(0x96d1e6d8) étoiles sur 5 A Fun Ride 15 octobre 2012
Par J. R. Trtek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I largely agree with the reviewer who preceded me here. In general, I enjoy transcriptions like these two -- it's an opportunity to hear a piece in a completely different context and enjoy aspects that the original may not have emphasized or even had. I too like the Brahms Op. 25 Piano Quartet a great deal, and Schoenberg does a lot to move the work to a different (not necessarily higher) plane. For me, the first and third movements are wonderful in their orchestrated versions, while the final movement has never quite worked for me -- in Brahms' original setting it still seems connected to the rest of the composition, but in Schoenberg's version it sounds like it's tearing itself away completely, marring a sense of unity, at least to my mind. Still, I love this rendition overall, and the London Symphony plays it very well under Neeme Jarvi. As for Edmund Rubbra's reworking of the Handel Variations, I take a more positive stance toward it than the previous reviewer. Admittedly, Rubbra doesn't coax elements out of the original as Schoenberg does in the Quartet, but I still find the orchestral version fun and interesting to listen to. This is a marvelous pairing, and I highly recommend the disc.
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Par Pinkpercy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I find this pedestrian after I had shredded a recording I. Had years ago on tape bought inWoolies at Killinngworth NT. sadly I can't remember who recorded it except it was a cheapie on CFP. My tape version was happy and can I say jazzie? it. Was absolute joy and made me happy for many thousands of miles! Can anyone out there help. Me replace it? It must have been issued I the late 60s or 70s? Come on music lovers! Someone must know you can e- mail pinkpercy@me.com. Pleeeeease! I have searched and just cannot find anyreference anywhere to a classics for pleasure recording on cassette tape or any other medium.
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