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Chopin : 24 Préludes, Sonate no. 2, Barcarolle, Impromptu no. 3 CD, Import

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  • Compositeur: Frédéric Chopin
  • CD (25 octobre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Red Seal Inter
  • ASIN : B000031WBN
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Arthur Rubinstein was born for the second time 5 juin 2010
Par Manassero Mario - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This CD, in which Arthur Rubinstein plays, besides other Chopin pieces, the 24 Chopin Preludes, is simply fabulous. It is a monument both to Rubinstein and to Chopin. I am 66 years old, I am Italian and live in Milan, and when I was young I had the pleasure to attend many of Rubinstein's concerts, at the end of which he never ended to play encores, so that invariably happened that, when most of the audience had leaved the Auditorium, he continued to play encores for the few persons, among which I was present, who were standing around him and his piano. In these concerts he always played only Chopin (although he was extremely skillful also when he played other Authors, such as, for instance, Beethoven and Schumann: I own a 33 RPM vinyl LP, in which he gives astonishing interpretations of Beethoven's Pathetique and Appassionata Sonatas). But his greatest satisfaction has always consisted in playing Chopin, and in giving pleasure to people who listened to him playing Chopin.(I am simply repeating words that he himself used to say often). That's why he was so generous in giving Chopin concerts (he came in Milan very often) and in delivering neverending encores. He was the idol of my youth, and is still an idol for me, now that I am 66 years old. Of course I possess many LP's of Rubinstein playing Chopin, and when, many years after my youth, Compact Discs were invented and, little by little, became available for sale, I immediately bought the 11 CD box set that RCA dedicated to Rubinstein playing Chopin. The box set contains practically all Chopin, with the only exception of the Etudes, which Rubinstein never played in his whole career. The first ten CD's are of excellent technical quality, because Rubinstein played also when he was not exactly young, if I may say so (by the way, most of his piano solo interpretations reported in the CD's were recorded in Italy). But CD no.11 is technically poor. The reason lies in the fact that Rubinstein, in his whole career, recorded Chopin Preludes only once, in 1946. Recording techniques in 1946, and remastering techniques in the years when this box set was sold, were poor, so that, from a technical point of view, the 24 Chopin Preludes are far from being satisfactory (the artistic quality, of course, is splendid). But now a miracle has happened. The new digital remastering techniques have allowed BMG-RCA to sell, among others, the CD I am writing of. Well, thanks to this new CD, Arthur Rubinstein has been born for the second time. The technical quality of the 24 Chopin Preludes, in this new CD, is now very close to that of the other pieces in the famous, old box set. This fact, in my opinion, is extremely important to all classical music listeners, and in particular to all Chopin fans, and I briefly wish to say why. In the second part of Prelude no.17, Chopin introduces a repeated, constant low note, in a way extremely similar to that present in Prelude no.15, where he introduces, in all the Prelude, repeated notes, sometimes medium, sometimes low, and sometimes high. Exactly for this particular, Prelude no.15 is commonly known as the "Water drop" Prelude. To the best of my knowledge, all pianists in the world, except one, stress all the repeated notes in the "Water drop" Prelude, but completely ignore the presence of a low, repeated note, in the second part of Prelude no.17. They simply ignore that this note is repeated, and constantly play it with the same intensity of its neighbouring notes. But I said "except one". You have surely already understood that this exception is exactly Arthur Rubinstein. Rubinstein stresses very heavily the low note of Prelude no.17, and does this with a constant intensity, until the end of the Prelude (the low, constant note, is repeated by Chopin until the end of the Prelude). Personally, I like very much Rubinstein's interpretation, but my opinon is of no importance. What is extremely important is that this unique interpretation can now be listened to, and, if they feel adequate, judged, by all Chopin listeners. Many of them will prefer the "common" interpretation, others will prefer Rubinstein's one, but I repeat that this fact is not important: everyone of us has the right of having his own opinion, both experts and simple amateurs, but the immense merit of this CD is that to allow Chopin listeners to know that there exists one, just one pianist in the world, that behaves differently from all the others. They can now listen to this different interpretation with a technical quality highly appreciable. (I apologize for adding a personal note: when I was young, and I was studying the Greek philosophers, I was taught that one of them - I don't rememberer who, and for this I curse my old age - used to repeat a sentence whose meaning was "The majority is not always right, and, on the contrary, most of the times it is wrong". In my opinion this is very true also in the year 2010).

And I apologize once more, but I cannot put an end to these notes without having sent my most heartfelt thanks to my dead parents, who, starting when I was twelve, made me study piano for a few years. I was not good, and I stopped, but in those years I developed a passion for all classical music, that now, when I am old and near to retire, allows me to feel a sincere joy in listening to all classical music, both live and on CD's, and this is for me a great resource.

I apologize for the last time, and I return to the new CD. I wish to close this review of mine concerning the new Rubinstein CD with the words: "Thanks mostly to this CD, but also to all his other ones, not only Arthur Rubinstein has been born for the second time, but, more than that, he will never die in our memory, in that of our sons and nephews, and so on, until the conflicts of this miserable world of ours will not put an end to everything."

Thank you to all the persons who will read these notes.

Mario Manassero
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 26 décembre 2016
Par cecelia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Great CD. Love Chopin's preludes played by Rubinstein. Came a lot earlier than expected
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant 15 janvier 2014
Par renee a fisher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I am a new student to piano. My teacher recommended that I purchase Chopin's Nocturnes and Preludes. Though I prefer the Nocturnes the Preludes are lovely as well and Rubinstein does them brilliantly
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 11 septembre 2015
Par Millicent, NYC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Love his playing, and listen to this when I'm working on-line.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Rubinstein Collection--Chopin Preludes 12 mars 2013
Par MITCHELL ROSS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Expertly done. The remastering of Rubinstein's performance reveals the clarity and skill of this master art and his approach to one of Chopin finest works.
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