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Chopin Mazurkas Ballades Polonaises

Chopin Mazurkas Ballades Polonaises

28 septembre 2009

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Abundant evidence of Anderszewski's very individual gifts 23 mai 2010
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
(Below is the original review I wrote for this album four years ago, followed by a few recent thoughts on the occasion of this reissue.)

Now in his mid-thirties, the Polish piaanist Piotr Anderszewski has earned accolades from the outset, and in concert he is an enthralling performer. As he also is here, in a miscellany of seven mazurkas, the last two Ballades, and two Polonaises. His musical approach is quiet, measured, and inwrdly lyrical, as if he is singing to himself and we are eavesdropping. Yet the outbreaks of passion, as in the second section of the Fourth Ballade, are convincingly tumultuous.

It takes courage to play thrice-familiar music your own way. Fortunately, Anderszewski has a unique melodic gift, as free in its way as Cortot's or Rachmaninov's in their Chopin. In all, I'd rate this the best Chopin recital I've heard since the young Kissin made his two dazzling Carnegie Hall recordings over a decade ago. It's a big plus, by the way, that the recorded sound of the piano is nothing less than phenomenal.

P.S. 2010 - I may have leaned a bit too heavily on Anderszewski's individualism. The fascinating documentary film about him, "Piotr Anderszewski: Unquiet Traveler," reveals how much he identifies with Warsaw and Chopin as great and now lost cultural glories. Listening again to the Mazurkas in particular makes me hear how closely he brings them to their roots in Polish dance. This whole CD creates a haunting atmosphere that feels unique, traceable to the pianist's wider culture.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 5 avril 2017
Par Walter Ray Davis Jr. - Publié sur
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Musical Genius 9 juillet 2010
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When I first heard Anderszewski, by chance, I was mesmerized; his Beethoven 110 was just to my liking, a new experience for me. Then when I heard his Chopin, it was definitive!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 (+) The Most Original Chopin Disc of the Past Decade 11 avril 2010
Par C. Pontus T. - Publié sur
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Apart from the seven Helios reissues from Ohlsson's complete Chopin survey, Anderszewski's 2003 Virgin recital is the greatest reissue the bicentennial anniversary has brought about so far. That is especially so for this reviewer, as I missed it on its initial release.

Probably every pianist plays a fair amount of Chopin; why do so few manage to penetrate beyond the surface of his seemingly accessible writing, looking so perfect in the scores? As memorably put by Olivier Bellamy in the liner notes: 'Chopin, at one and the same time the pianist's blessing and curse. Blessing, because Chopin is the alpha and omega of the piano: he knew all its possibilities better than anyone and invested it with the power of his peculiar genious. Curse, because if Chopin's music attains the universal, his art demands a taste, refinement and poetic soul which very few pianists are blessed with.'

Let's go straight to the point: This may well be the most captivating and original Chopin disc of the past decade. Anderszewski is no ordinary pianist; his talent is indeed extraordinary in many aspects--being blessed with that rare taste, refinement and poetic soul. Above all, his understanding of the elasticity of Chopin's writing is unique; the way he discovers new paths through the late Mazurkas is virtually on the same level as that of Ohlsson, whose complete Mazurkas are absolutely revelatory. Anderszewski's Op 59 is a marvel of pianistic colouring, inner voices and natural rubato--just listen to the middle section of the A minor or the ending of the A-flat major and you will immediately know. In the central F-minor piece of Op 63, Anderszewski opts for a Lento pace which is so slow that the anguished music verges on cracking in its seams (at 3:04 over 50% slower than Ohlsson, Ashkenazy and Rubinstein); yet the effect is disturbingly haunting.

The Third and Fourth Ballades are done almost as well, although I tend to favour a slightly more lively approach to the former (Zimerman and Perahia); the magical Fourth is given a heart-wrenching performance to rival Demidenko and Ohlsson. However, I am not fully convinced by Anderszewski's approach to the Opp 44 & 53 Polonaises; the reason being that some highlighted elements do not feel entirely organic--especially in the passionate Op 44 that comes out as somewhat understated and self-conscious.

The recorded sound, caught at Air Lyndhurst Studios, is very good and wide-ranging but not ideal, with fortissimo passages sounding loud rather than large. Reduced to mid price, this Virgin Premium reissue displaces the original full-price incarnation and becomes an essential anniversary acquisition.

REFERENCES: Mazurkas & Polonaises--Ohlsson; Ballades--Demidenko
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