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  • Compositeur: Claude Debussy
  • CD (25 avril 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 4
  • Format : Coffret
  • Label: Warner Classics
  • ASIN : B0079J283C
  • Autres versions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Preludes books I & II (2011 - remaster), book 1: I
  2. Preludes books I & II (2011 - remaster), book 1: V
  3. Preludes books I & II (2011 - remaster), book 1: X
  4. Preludes books I & II (2011 - remaster), book 2: I
  5. Preludes books I & II (2011 - remaster), book 2: V
  6. Preludes books I & II (2011 - remaster), book 2: X

Disque : 2

  1. Images sets I & II (2011 - remaster), book 1: refl
  2. Images sets I & II (2011 - remaster), book 1: homm
  3. Images sets I & II (2011 - remaster), book 1: mouv
  4. Images sets I & II (2011 - remaster), book 2: cloc
  5. Images sets I & II (2011 - remaster), book 2: et l
  6. Images sets I & II (2011 - remaster), book 2: pois
  7. Pour le piano (2011 - remaster): I. prelude
  8. Pour le piano (2011 - remaster): II. sarabande
  9. Pour le piano (2011 - remaster): III. toccata
  10. Estampes (2011 - remaster): I. pagodes
  11. Estampes (2011 - remaster): II. la soiree dans gre
  12. Estampes (2011 - remaster): III. jardins sous la p
  13. Berceuse heroique (2011 - remaster)
  14. Hommage a haydn (2011 - remaster)

Disque : 3

  1. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les cinq doigts
  2. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les tierce
  3. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les quartes
  4. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les sixtes
  5. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les ocatves
  6. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les huits doigts
  7. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les degres chrom
  8. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les agrements
  9. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les notes repete
  10. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les sonorites op
  11. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les arpeges comp
  12. 12 études (2011 - remaster): pour les accords
  13. D'un cahier d'esquisses (equisse) (2011 - remaster
  14. Tarantelle styrienne (2011 - remaster) - Geraint Jones
  15. Nocturne in d flat major (2011 - remaster)
  16. Valse romantique (2011 - remaster)
  17. Le petit nègre (2011 - remaster)
  18. Masques (2011 - remaster)
  19. Danse bohemienne (2011 - remaster)
  20. Ballade (andantino con moto) (2011 - remaster)
  21. Mazurka (scherzando [assez anime]) (2011 - remaste

Disque : 4

  1. Suite bergamasque (2011 - remaster): prelude (mode
  2. Suite bergamasque (2011 - remaster): menuet (andan
  3. Suite bergamasque (2011 - remaster): clair de lune
  4. Suite bergamasque (2011 - remaster): passepied (al
  5. Reverie (2011 - remaster)
  6. Deux arabesques (2011 - remaster): no. 1: andantin
  7. Deux arabesques (2011 - remaster): no. 2: allegret
  8. Children's corner (2011 - remaster): I. doctor gra
  9. Children's corner (2011 - remaster): II. jimbo's l
  10. Children's corner (2011 - remaster): III. serenade
  11. Children's corner (2011 - remaster): IV. the snow
  12. Children's corner (2011 - remaster): V. the little
  13. Children's corner (2011 - remaster): VI. golliwogg
  14. La plus que lente (2011 - remaster)
  15. L'isle joyeuse (2011 - remaster)

Description du produit

A la demande du Japon, friand de qualité HIFI et donc grand supporteur du SACD, EMI lance pour la première fois l'édition d'enregistrements de légende en SACD hybride, c'est-à-dire compatibles avec un lecteur de CD standard. Tous ces enregistrements viennent ainsi d'être très soigneusement remasterisés à Abbey Road, avec les dernières technologies disponibles, puis transférés en 24 Bit sur la couche SACD et en 16 Bit sur la couche CD. Enfin ils sont tous présentés dans de luxueux livre disques. C'est la première fois que ces grands enregistrements paraissent en haute résolution, offrant ainsi à l'auditeur plus de clarté et de détails que jamais auparavant. Les lecteurs de CD standard bénéficieront également de cette plus value, dans une moindre mesure bien sûr. On ne présente plus les enregistrements en question : du Triple concerto de Beethoven par Karajan aux lieder de Schubert par Fischer-Dieskau, du piano de Liszt par Cziffra au concerto d'Elgar par Du Pré, c'est l'histoire légendaire d'EMI qui fait ainsi un saut dans le futur.

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Dans Debussy, on le sait, il y a Walter Gieseking, puis il y a les autres. Il est d'ailleurs étonnant que d'un pianiste allemand soient venus les enregistrements les plus admirables du plus grand compositeur français, mais il fallait peut-être un compatriote de Debussy et Schumann pour donner à cette musique la profondeur méditative qu'on lui refusait jusque là si souvent. De fait, Gieseking fit plus que donner une version qui passe pour référence jusqu'à aujourd'hui dans cette quasi-intégrale enregistrée de 1951 à 1954 par les micros de Walter Legge (il n'y manque que Morceau de concours, Page d'album, Élégie ainsi que les Images oubliées découvertes en 1978). Il fut en effet l'artisan véritable d'une entrée au répertoire le plus fondamental du piano de ces pages admirables.

Dans les Préludes, Gieseking est ainsi insurpassé, d'un style plein de hauteur mais jamais raide, parvenant à caractériser chaque pièce sans jamais tomber dans la caricature impressionniste que Debussy rejetait si clairement. Ainsi Voiles, La Cathédrale engloutie, Ondine, dépassent l'évocation ou le jeu pour être au contraire pensées, chacune, avec un certain poids, une certaine intention rhétorique.
Rendre à Debussy le puissant discours qui structure ses pièces courtes ou longues, voilà bien ce à quoi parvient Gieseking, et c'est ce qui transparaît aussi des pièces courtes, des Images, de L'isle joyeuse, de la Suite bergamasque. Sans compter les Études, finalement trop rarement réussies au disque.
Après Gieseking, donc, tous les autres.
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encore toutes mes felicitations à EMI pour cette serie de SACD
il faut commencer l'ecoute de cette integrale par la plage 5 du CD 2: et la lune descend sur le temple qui fut pour retrouver le toucher incomparable du pianiste c'est à vous donner des frissons dans le dos mais pour entendre cela il faut imperativement se procurer une platine SACD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Why buy this, and how does it sound in comparison... 22 octobre 2012
Par E. Weed - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I went to music school in the 70's intending to learn how to play the electric guitar like John Mclaughlin, and having had relatively little exposure to classical music. I did not reach my guitar goal, but came away with many wonderful new experiences, including in particular a great fondness for Debussy's music, both orchestral and for piano. 35 years later, Debussy remains one of my listening mainstays, and the piano music has become fairly well embedded in my brain. During those years, I also acquired quite a pile of recordings of Debussy's piano music, and for a while there, I could say with some accuracy that I'd heard most recordings ever issued. I finally gave up on that listening project, however, and settled in with my favorites for the long run.

The pianism of Walter Gieseking also drew my attention and my respect years ago, at first for his Mozart. He seemed a master of sensitivity and delicacy, yet delivered in a straightforward way, without preciousity on one side, nor heavy-handedness on the other. When I eventually heard his Debussy (and Ravel), I was similarly struck, but was even more so struck with what I would call his magic: His playing, at its best, comes across as that of a musician who has allowed himself to become completely immersed into the music, almost as if he has a direct line into the meaning intended by the composer. (And Gieseking's generation of pianists included those whom had heard Debussy play, which may have helped.)

So, musically, this set was a no-brainer for me. The real issue, and curiousity, was the sound. These recordings are mono, made in the early '50's. They are not great recordings (from a sound standpoint); in fairness, I know of none from that era that captured piano sound with great up-front realism. To me, the sound is quite listenable, IF well-remastered. EMI has issued these recordings (or parts of them) a number of times on LP and CD. For my taste, the remasters have at best been only more-or-less successful so far. What is a bit ear-opening is to go back to the original LP's from the '50's. I liked these recordings enough that I searched out the original issues to see how they sounded. (They are actually not that hard to find.) Early UK-pressed stereo EMI's (many released under the Columbia name) are legendary among vinyl collectors. I learned through experimenting that the early mono LP's are quite good also. Mastered through vacuum-tube gear, they have a warm, round, enveloping sound. Other than the surface noise issue (a problem with records that old), I would rather hear those old LP's than any of the Geiseking Debussy reissues up to now.

This set, to my ears, changes the game. Most of the warm, round, enveloping sound is there, yet, of course, with no surface noise. I compared parts of this set directly with the old LP's and with the EMI "ART" CD reissue of the Preludes (which I find a bit hard and fatiguing). (At one time, I've had the other reissues, and did not find them particularly satisfying.) For my ears, this new set pretty much wins (though I would still give the original LP's a slight edge, though in a blind A-B comparison, I could get fooled I think).

So, for listeners who love this music, Gieseking's recording of it is very special, and this is -- to my ears -- hand's down the best realization of it (unless you want to go to the trouble of searching out the original LP issues). I recommend it wholeheartedly. (I should add that I did listen to these SACD's on an SACD player, an EMM, and I cannot comment on the CD-only sound, though given the age of the mono masters, I would be a bit surprised if there were much difference.)

I hope this helps.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Vastly improved sound over previous release 17 septembre 2013
Par Mahler fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My set arrived today, and I've been listening for hours. I've had the original EMI 4-disk set since it came out in the mid 1990s. The sound was always disappointing, and I had always hoped EMI would remaster it again given the importance of this collection. Other than to make more money, I don't understand why they can't get it right the first time. Regardless of the reason, EMI got it right this time, and I encourage anyone and everyone to purchase this set. It is Hybrid; therefore, you don't need a SACD player. My 25 year-old CD player plays the disks fine, and the sound is much deeper and less harsh than in the earlier set. I couldn't disagree more with the naysayers who criticize EMI's choice for remastering the case of this set. I only hope EMI eventually works the same magic on Gieseking's complete Ravel set too. If you love Gieseking's Debussy as I do, you'd be crazy not to get this remastered set. I'm only sorry I didn't discover it a year earlier.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 BRAVO EMI! For releasing Walter Gieseking's Immortal and ageless performances on Hybrid SACT. 11 décembre 2012
Par Peter Dietrich - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I purchased Claude Debussy (1862-1918) complete piano solo works issued on 6 LP 's as soon as they were released in1955, they already sounded great in their first format. When they were re- released again on 4 CD's, which I purchased in 1995, they sounded even better and the present re-issue on Hybrid SACT sound so good, that I have the feeling that the artist plays them in the same room I am sitting. It is a great experience and listening pleasure byond comparison. No pianist, however great and I have recordings with Arturo Benedetti Michelangelli, Alfred Cortot and many others you name it and none of them has the feather like touch of the keyboard. This great artist was simply born to interpreted this music. To some readers ,I may sound Like Gieseking fan,but truly I am not a fan of any artist. I know and heard all of them and I jut admire their great talents and values.I am only a fan of great music regardless who is their composer. If I love Beethoven, Mozart, Wagner,Chopin etc., it is because they all composed Masterpieses of Music,Which I enjoy listen to it over and over again. Gramophone are right in their statement, and I repeat after them that " Walter Gieseking set ( of the Preludes) is unsurpassed...A set that should be in every collection. When EMI released the first group of recordings on Hybrid SACT, several customers criticized and show their displeasure of their selections.Well ., there is a saying" not what is beautiful, but what one likes". With all the respects to all of you ,EMI knows better
Than all of us what to select for release or not. Of course,every one of us has his or hers personal favorites, but we have to be patient and wait. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful music, outstanding performance, top-notch recording 8 septembre 2012
Par Arthur Craig - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This 4-disk hybrid SACD set contains magical performances of brilliant, poetic compositions that are truly extraordinary -- realized with such feeling and touch -- no ego whatsoever -- vibrant, radiant, shifting winds that channel all sorts of dreams and travels. I can't imagine a better contribution to my music collection. Many hearty thanks to all contributors.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wonderful Remastering -- The Negative Reviews Are Suspect 14 juillet 2012
Par Suzanne - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Most looking at this set of Gieseking's Debussy recordings for EMI already know what it's about; Gieseking's interpretations have been seminal since their original release, if not without controversy. Whether you feel that nobody has done them better, or you have quibbles with his approach, these are indeed recordings that everyone moderately interested in Debussy or even classical music should at least hear. So, why all the negative reviews on the Amazon page? Well, two of the reviews (a 1-star and 2-star) were written before the product was even released, only to complain about EMI's selection for their first round of SACD releases. I'll be the first to join in on the chorus that the selection is indeed bizarre given how many world-class, famous recordings there are in EMI's vaults. But Gieseking's Debussy shouldn't be considered a controversial choice given its popularity. Perhaps the only caveat would be skepticism over what SACD remastering could do with the 1953/1954 mono sound.

That brings me to Laddie's one-star review complaining that this is inferior to older releases. Well, I don't know what older releases he is referring to, but this SACD sounds noticeably better than Debussy: The Complete Works For Piano on EMI. The sound is definitely warmer, cleaner, clearer, with more space and dynamics. No, SACD and remastering in general can't perform miracles on old mono recordings; you simply can't get more out of what's on the original master tapes, but what you can do is get as much as possible out of those master tapes, and that sounds to me precisely what this release does, while at the same time cleaning up a lot of the hiss and crackle and distortion that comes along with such releases. There's always an aura and atmosphere that comes along with the best mono releases, and, to me, this release has it, and its most noticeable with headphones on a great system.

Finally, Keki Dadachanji's review complains about the packaging of this EMI set, and I do tend to agree that too many companies go out of their way to make these high quality packages that have too low functionality. As ugly as jewel cases are, they are at least functional. Cardboard sleeves do nothing but make it difficult to extract discs without leaving prints. That said, I don't think these EMI releases are even close to the worst offenders. At least there's enough room in the sleeves to slip a finger in and roll the disc out without ever having to touch the bottom (the part the player actually reads). So while the packaging isn't the best in terms of function, I don't think I'd call it DISfunctional. At least, I don't think there's much danger of damaging the disc when removing and reinserting them. I'm also not sure why he's complaining about the price or comparing EMI to Pentatone, because EMI is offering 4 discs on SACD for $25, which is about $6 per disc, which is far cheaper than anything by Pentatone (or any other company that I'm aware of--if anyone knows of SACDs available for less than that, please point me to them!).

Ultimately, whether you buy this release shouldn't have anything to do with EMI's choices for their first round of SACDs, or the packaging; it should be about whether you think the remastering is worth the money. I can't claim that it's revelatory, but it is, IMO, the best this release has sounded, and likely the best it will ever sound.
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