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Brahms : Quatuor à cordes n° 1 - Quintette avec piano

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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: Quatuor Ebène
  • Compositeur: Johannes Brahms
  • CD (25 septembre 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B002HHH3XG
  • Autres versions : Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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  1. Quatuor cordes n1 ut min op51 n1 allegro IV
  2. Quatuor cordes n1 ut min op51 n1 allegretto III
  3. Quatuor cordes n1 ut min op51 n1 romanze II
  4. Quatuor cordes n1 ut min op51 n1 allegro I
  5. Quintette piano fa min op34 finale IV
  6. Quintette piano fa min op34 scherzo III
  7. Quintette piano fa min op34 andante II
  8. Quintette piano fa min op34 allegro I
  9. Quintette piano fa min op34 allegro I
  10. String quartet no 1 in c minor op 51 no 1 II roman
  11. String quartet no 1 in c minor op 51 no 1 III alle
  12. String quartet no 1 in c minor op 51 no 1 IV alleg
  13. Piano quintet in f minor op 34 I allegro non tropp - Akiko Yamamoto
  14. Piano quintet in f minor op 34 II andante un poco - Akiko Yamamoto
  15. Piano quintet in f minor op 34 III scherzo allegro - Akiko Yamamoto
  16. Piano quintet in f minor op 34 IV finale poco sost - Akiko Yamamoto

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Le Quatuor Ebène a su s'imposer en quelques années comme l'un des plus en vue dans le monde, et son premier disque chez Virgin Classics (paru l'an dernier) a marqué les esprits, par la puissance de son engagement et par son intransigeance artistique, couronné d'un Choc du Monde de la Musique et d'un 4 Clés de Télérama. A ce programme français (Ravel, Debussy, Fauré) répond aujourd'hui un disque consacré au répertoire germanique à travers Brahms. Un extraordinaire 1er Quatuor à cordes emmené avec brio par les 4 artistes, suivi par le bouleversant Quintette pour piano & cordes, véritable chef-d'oeuvre de Brahms et de la musique de chambre en général, où les Ebène sont accompagnés par la pianiste japonaise Akiko Yamamoto. Un album d'une intensité rare où s'exprime toute la fraîcheur de ce jeune quatuor et marqué par des individualités fortes !


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un disque passionnant car le quintette avec piano de Schumann n'est pas si présent que ça dans la discographie. L'oeuvre est ici parfaitement servie, bien en place. Rythme et timbres rendent bien compte de l'originalité de l'oeuvre de sa poésie et de sa puissance.
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Je ne regrette pas cet achat pas raisonné du tout !
Attiré par le nom, la couverture, j'ai voulu testé ce CD pour un compositeur peu représenté dans ma discothèque. Le hasard fait parfois bien les choses et c'est le cas ici.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8c4c1378) étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires
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HASH(0x8c2a3de0) étoiles sur 5 Every sign of excellent musicianship. but the feeling level is rather antiseptic 20 septembre 2011
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The amazon blurb and the lead review both mention the "youthful French charm" of the Quatuor Ebene, which sounds silly to me. the ensemble made a breakthrough in England by winning a BBC Young Generation award, so the youthful part is right. When I heard them in concert, I got the same impression that I get here in this Brahms program. The first violinist dominates the balance, with the other three members, especially the cello, acting as subordinate voices.The Ebene sound is bright and moves down form the top, as opposed to being built up from the cello line. vibrato is often nearly absent, and there's an edge to their attack. If all of that sounds French, I won't object, but to my ears the effect is precise and modern rather than charming.

The interpretation of Quartet no. 1 isn't as robust and aggressive as from the Alban Berg Qt. or as romantic as the Amadeus. The Ebene try to make Brahms's thick textures lighter, and they find a wide variety of moods. This adds interest from event to event, although at the cost of making the first movement a bit choppy. The Romanze is elegantly done, with close voicing and real assurance in handling the long phrases. Thee's a strong sense of mood from keeping the dynamics soft and hushed. When the same mood is carried over into the Scherzo, it sounds artificial to me - is this music meant to be so soft and inward, and paced so carefully? The finale is vigorously attacked and straightforward except for moments of inwardness that imitate the earlier movements - I suppose this is the Ebene's major idea.

In the F minor Piano Quintet, the Ebene and Japanese pianist Akiko Yamamoto have one distinct advantage over half a dozen illustrious predecessors, the recorded sound. It is very well balanced between strings and piano, and so detailed that you never lose sight of, for example, the viola line. Yamamoto is not a forceful or showy pianist. She is intent on blending in with the strings, a valid choice but different from performances where Gilels, Fleisher, or Pollini are the stars. Her restraint may go a bit too far when the piano is given a strong solo flourish, yet in compensation the Eben deliver a forceful combined sound. the slow movement comes off as more than a touch dull because no one seems to find the right lilt and rhythmic life in the theme. The Scherzo, however, is impressive in its vitality and unanimity. The finale is well executed but has little feeling of mystery at the outset or joy when the main theme bursts forth.

The reality is that the Piano Quintet, like the quartet that came before, receives an accomplished reading from well-trained musicians. No young ensemble can be expected to have the feeling for Brahms that comes with experience and tradition, but they can offer energy and skill. In the end, the Ebene never moved me, but I can't object to the excellence of what they are able to do.
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HASH(0x8c00539c) étoiles sur 5 Near great Brahms Quintet but it falls short 1 mai 2016
Par jt52 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Johannes Brahms’ Piano Quintet is for me one of the wonders of the musical world, one of the most powerful and beautiful compositions ever penned. But the Quintet hasn’t been blessed with any to my ears perfect or completely consistent recordings. I have about half a dozen in my collection and they all have at least fairly significant flaws. The Ebene Quartet is perfectly suited emotionally to give us that great performance but -- darn it – don’t quite get there.

The reason I say that they are perfectly suited for the Quintet is that they excel in the very passionate and emotional passages. The exciting rising opening of the Scherzo is full of momentum and the fortissimo outburst that breaks in is done with torrid energy. The Ebene also manage to put the Scherzo’s strongly contrasting sections into a larger context, forging a coherent and cohesive structure, all building into the climactic section about 2’20” in, done with fire and commitment. I give particular credit to 1st violinist Pierre Colombet, whose connection to the Quintet is clear, for the Ebene’s strong playing here. The many passionate sections of the great opening Allegro are also presented in an excited and exciting way. The Ebene do well in the softer sections. The sinister opening of the Finale has never sounded so spooky.

It’s fair to say that the Ebene Quartet is near great in the Quintet. So what is the problem? Two things: pianist Akiko Yamamoto is a bland and unmusical partner. The ensemble sounds OK when the piano plays a supporting role but wherever the Yamamoto is asked to take over a leading role, her lack of personality and expressivity are clear. She plays everything at the same dynamic level with no tempo flexibility. The other issue is a substandard sound engineering job from Erato, surprising as that label has a reputation for technical excellence. There is a general roughness and lack of polish in the overall sound, both in the Quintet and the 1st String Quartet in c minor that openings the album.

The 1st quartet shows some of the qualities that make the Ebene’s part in the Quintet so taking. They are generally very good in energetic passionate music and as a result the finale is very good. I also enjoyed the coda of the opening Allegro, a very strong passionate rendition of this lovely section. But the Ebene’s 1st quartet is uneven. The Allegro molto moderato third movement I believe is a complete failure. The Ebene takes it much too slowly – much! – stripping the music of the anxiety and nervousness which make this Allegro so remarkable. I found the opening Allegro, a tough one to bring off in my experience, muddled and at times rough. This 1st quartet has caused difficulties for many leading ensembles, so it can be appraised as a highly difficult piece from an interpretational point of view. The Ebene run adrift for a significant portion of the quartet. I’ll point you instead to a recent recording of the 1st Quartet from the Belcea Quartet (on EMI), which to my ears is the best interpretation of this complex opus I have heard. It is smooth, beautiful sounding and puts forth a clear coherent structure.

I’m giving this worthy effort 4 stars because it falls short. The Ebene are outstanding in the Quintet but aren’t helped by Yamamoto’s wooden playing. They are at times very good and at other times less so in the 1st Quartet. All is presented in mediocre sound. I’m hoping the Ebene take another shot at the Quintet later in their career.
HASH(0x94537b04) étoiles sur 5 Terrific Quartet 27 avril 2014
Par Dorothy Doe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have several recordings of this quartet, and this one is refreshingly new. One to listen to over and over.
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HASH(0x8c4be408) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful Recording! 19 novembre 2009
Par Classics Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Quatour Ebene is truly a unique quartet. Beyond their youthful French charm, the quartet has a distinctive musical approach and supreme technique. I find that their newest release showcases just that. I like how the quartet takes on the challenge of performing a work from the German composer Johannes Brahms. The quartet plays on a sensational technical level with each note having its own expressivity. And while the quartet is technically astute, the overall sound is lush, colorful and well-rounded. What a sensational disc!
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