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Brahms: Symphony No. 3 / Serenade No. 1
 
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Brahms: Symphony No. 3 / Serenade No. 1

19 décembre 1990 | Format : MP3

EUR 7,99 (TVA incluse le cas échéant)
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HASH(0x90b17360) étoiles sur 5 Inordinately hurried 8 août 2009
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Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897): Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90; Serenade No. 1 in D major (for large orchestra), Op. 11. Performed by the BRT (= Belgian Radio and Television) Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Alexander Rahbari. Recorded in Brussels in 1990. Released in December 1990 as Naxos 8.550280. Total playing time: 77'10".

I am not sure that it was a particularly good idea to include both of these works on one disc. The Third Symphony is a mature, poetical work that requires time and attentive listening to unfold its charm and its secrets, whereas the First Serenade, the longer of the two works and first performed in 1860 when Brahms was only 27 years old, is romantic mood-music with an entertaining and youthfully triumphant close which, although well-orchestrated, rarely gives a glimpse of the heights that the later Brahms was to attain. But above and beyond this is the fact that these two pieces barely fit on to one CD, and the inordinate hurry with which Rahbari appears to treat the "Allegro con brio" first movement of the Symphony seems to me (of course, a very subjective judgement) to bear traces of anxiety that the piece would turn out too long. Naxos have published two other recordings of Brahms 3 since then, and the other two have markedly improved First Movements as well as better acoustics and better engineering (although I felt that the Rahbari CD was, sound-wise, a little better than the previous two Brahms efforts produced by the same team). Therefore I suggest that if you are merely interested in the Symphony, you turn to one of the other Naxos productions (Brahms: Symphony 3 or Brahms: Symphony No. 3; Serenade No. 2). - The Serenade, on the other hand, appears to be rather well done, its use of winds corresponding to the strengths of the BRT Philharmonic, whose strings are not always of the best.
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