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Les Concertos Brandebourgeois Nos 4, 5 & 6
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Jean-Sébastien Bach séjourna dans la ville de Köthen durant six années, avant de partir pour Leipzig. Köthen va marquer la composition de Bach. Il écrit nombre de ses chefs-d'oeuvre dans cette petite ville. Outre les Concertos brandebourgeois, Bach compose alors le Clavier bien tempéré, les Sonates et partitas, ainsi que les Suites pour violoncelle. Trevor Pinnock et son English Concert nous livrent une version très enlevée de ces pages parmi les plus brillantes et les plus joyeuses de toute l'oeuvre de Bach. Une des versions de référence. --Marc Aigneaux
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To give just one example, in many of the "historically informed" performances of these pieces the holds on the last chord of a movement are short to the point of being abrupt. I'm not sure where this practice comes from, but it's unnecessary and the English Concert provide proof of this in these recordings.
I can't recommend these recordings highly enough.
The 4th Concerto is in the key of G Major and runs a short 15:23 with three movements, as are all these pieces, none over 20:02 in timings. A total CD length of 52:11 and, despite it's label, this DGG Arkiv production is a fine bargain. The booklet is, aS ALWAYS WITH DGG Arkiv, a valuable item, in three languages and filled with interesting information.The 4th Concerto is scored for violin, a pair of recorders and strings and Pinnock's tempo is comfortable and easily flowing so that we can hear virtually every note in this beautiful and charming work. The slightly shrill sound of the recorders is always welcome and substituting flutes for them would be a significant mistake, so thisa original instrument performance is rigfht on target. As the principal violin moves in and out of the music, over, under and around the themes, it's entries are smooth and quite lyrical. The technique is authentic BaCH, FOR SURE, AS WE CAn't resist the temptation to put aqway the keyboard and simply lister, instead of analyze. I'll treat myself later, but for now, I'll do my best to examine this miraculous music. I would venture to guess it has been the better part of a year since I last listened to this entire CD and now, it is almost like hearing it for the first time. I aM VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE CONCERT'S VIRTUOSITY. WOW!! he second movement, is an "Andante," played a bit slower than I expected, but deffinately NOT sluggish. It is, rather moving and dignified.There is a hint of remorse and tragedy in this part that Bzach conveys very eloquently. Some folks might be tempted to nap during this part but, ,remaining attentive and alert hasx it's rewards for sure. This is not passive elevator music, but rather intimate personal edye to eye, or perhasps heart-to-heart music intended to reach into the listener with it's gentle and calm message. Stay awake! You will niot be disappointed, but warmly rewarded. The tail end of the andante leads right into the finale, marked as a "Presto," and it is most noticeable in the soloists rapid and sprite playing, particularly the lead violin, the recorders having receded somewhat.. In fact, there is a hint of a CADENZA in the 2-3 minute region of this brief 4:44 movement. I was left wispering to myself, Morer,More,More!! But, alas, it is over and if this 4th Concerto was the only orchestral music I was familiar with from the great Bach, I would become an instant fan, digging for more works of his. The BraNDENBURG CONCERTO #5 IS IN D-MAJOR AND FEATURES harpsicord, violin, flute and strings. The longest of these three works on this disk, it runs a healthy 20:02, with the masterful Trevor Pinnock at the harpsicord of the 9:45 1st movement. The soloists, violin, and recorder are always audible even when the keyboard is played fairly louidly and quick. This movemnt is often played in a manner that squeezes out the violin and/or recorder.
The slow middle movement is marked "Affetuoso and runs for 5:10
See my review about Pinnock/English Concert's Brandenburgs 1-3: the same comments apply here. 100%, 5 stars!
Here are the last three of the six concertos. Four is the concerto featuring the virtuoso violin playing. I think it is done terrificly on this recording. It doesn't have to be polished like a twentieth century jewel. What we want is passion, fire, and joy in the music. We get that here along with some wonderful record playing in the third movement.
The fifth is the keyboard concert (well, harpsichord). Mr. Pinnock does a wonderful job of making his playing the center piece without losing the lines going on all around him. Many people find this their favorite concerto. It isn't mine, but I do love it.
Six is strings and continuo (harpsichord). It was surprisingly visual in concert to see the various combinations of players tossing the lines of music back and forth. Stunning. Now that I have seen it I can hear it on this disk.
The tempi are bright and full of life without being an athletic contest. This with the disk of the first three are two of my treasured disks.