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  • CD (9 mars 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005QDYK
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Two super conerto performances 8 octobre 2008
Par R. Rockwell - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I must thank the Rough Guide for recommending this CD or I never would have had a chance to listen to these concertos by Delius. The violin concerto with Tasmin Little is a rhapsodic single movement with a lot a variations and thematic transformations that make the concerto a treat to listen to as it was written at the he was a the height of his composing career. It is like a romantic tone poem rather than traditional concerto.
The piano concerto although written much earlier and also in a single movement. is also worth a listen/ I was also quite entranced by the Two movements for cello and piano which was also beautiful. I believe that this CD bellongs in the collection of all classical music lovers.
Please excuse typos I have neuroogic disease/
4.0 étoiles sur 5 YOUNG GUNS IN "CONCERTED" DELIUS 30 décembre 2015
Par Cody Robert at Spokane - Publié sur
Format: CD
There are just two really fine keeper performances here. In the two "concerted" works which are in fact Delian rhapsodies there was a necessary infusion of fresh, younger solo talent to sell neglected (violin) or misbegotten (piano) Deliana. Tasmin Little was just 26 when she successfully revived the violin work in Swansea in 1991, and the boy wonder Jean-Rodolphe Kars was scarcely 22 when he recorded the piano work in London in 1969. The violin rhapsody was very much worth resuscitationg, not so the amorphous and misconceived piano rhapsody.

Little's splendid performance in the violin concerto is vernal and impassioned, and although she's rerecorded it it's doubtful her first take could be surpassed in commitment to the dreamlike Delius idiom, particularly with Charles Mackerras providing the orchestral backing. (This is one of Sir Charles' better WNO Delius recordings, less flabby and wayward than his usual takes on Delius miniatures.) The other clear winner on this disc is Anthony Collins' 1953 recording of BRIGG FAIR, a more focused, incisive and useful alternative--or antidote--to the indispensable and still magical Beecham versions. Collins' BRIGG FAIR is quite special, and this keeper recording is not included as it ought be in Eloquence's rather skimpy reissue of the Collins microgroove Deliana.

The cello duets are Delian hausmusik with limited appeal, although the great Bengt Forsberg is the piano partner. Although Delius owned a decent Ebach grand (beneath his Gauguin "Nevermore") and his inner circle included Edvard Grieg and Percy Grainger, the piano was never his instrument of choice, and those uniquely Delian harmonies and progressions originated entirely in his febrile mind, not from random improvising at the composer's keyboard. So the less said of the feeble piano rhapsody the better. Among professional pianists and diehard Delians it's something of a joke, offering no technical challenges and minimal elbow room for personalized interpretation, and Eric Fenby said Delius "loved it the least of all his works." Benno Moisiewitsch had recorded it, as had Betty Humby (Lady Beecham), and in this revival Decca brought in the boy wonder Jean-Rodolphe Kars, a quondam specialist in Debussy, Ravel and Messiaen. (Kars, an Austrian Jew born in Calcutta, converted to Roman Catholicism and in 1981 left professional pianism for the priesthood, an artistic conversion the pantheist Delius would have found most intriguing.)

This release is for Delian specialists only, with five stars enthusiastically awarded to Tasmin Little and Anthony Collins, with three stars for Father Kars and the marginal cello duets.
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