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Dvorák / Grieg / Tchaikovsky: String Serenades

17 juin 2002 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 17 juin 2002
  • Date de sortie: 17 juin 2002
  • Label: Universal Music Division Decca Records France
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 Decca Music Group Limited
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  • ASIN: B0025BCNNY
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Souvent dans l'ombre de musiciens qui ont apposé une marque plus personnelle sur les œuvres, Neville Marriner a toujours eu un style dépourvu d'afféteries, de maniérismes. Ainsi, ses visions sont d'une constante probité, d'une grande qualité tant dans l'exécution que du strict point de vue musical. Il lui manque cependant une plus grande souplesse dans l'exécution et un supplément d'âme pour totalement nous conquérir. Cela dit, rien de cela dans ces enregistrements de la fin des années 60, époque glorieuse de son Academy, qui expose crânement ses plus belles sonorités. Peu d'orchestres (tout effectif confondu) ont atteint un tel niveau en matière de cohésion des cordes et de splendeur de sonorités. Les écueils de ces partition ne sont pourtant pas moindres : les trilles sont très nombreux dans, par exemple, le premier mouvement des sérénades de Tchaikovsky (exceptionnel de tenue et émouvant) et Grieg (suite Holberg) mais jamais l'articulation n'est savonnée. Et la relative absence de souplesse se révèle alors un atout : en effet, le discours se corse et ne se perd pas en raffinements inutiles qui, dans ces partitions, pourraient nuire à la pureté de l'expression. Cette dernière est toujours juste, surtout dans la sérénade de Tchaikovsky, la perle de cet album (une des meilleures qui soient), culminant dans un Larghetto elegiaco, d'une intériorité et d'une pudeur dans son exposé qui émeuvent profondément. Rien n'est superflu et tout s'exprime avec le plus grand naturel. Un modèle !Lire la suite ›
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HASH(0x9b7c892c) étoiles sur 5 Knockout 20 avril 2011
Par Teemacs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording is a true classic. I had (still have) the original vinyl (Grieg and Dvorak only) and I played all the grooves off it. I was delighted to get the CD, and to find that there had been added a wonderful rendition of the Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings. These come from the days of the old UK Argo label, for which the Nev and the ASMF did such sterling work.

Put simply, the music is great, the recording superb and chamber orchestra playing simply doesn't come any better than this. The ASMF was famous for the bounce and, for want of a better word, sparkle of its recordings and live performances. This one bounces and sparkles like no other. You simply HAVE to have this.
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HASH(0x9a14f27c) étoiles sur 5 A Find! 13 juillet 2010
Par stevenrothbard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
As if tripping over a hidden gem, I found this great recording while I was looking for somethig else. I had been aware of Marriner's disc of Tchaikovsky's SERENADE coupled with his NUTCRACKER SUITE, and I guessed it must be good, but I didn't want yet another go at the holiday chestnut, so I passed. Until I found this classic, which contains some of the very finest accounts of all of these familiar pieces. These aren't jaded performances from a conductor who's willing to let the music play itself, but are poised, balanced readings by a superb, small string group playing with bounce and snap seldom heard in other performances of this music. Not only is the Tchaikovsky SERENADE given in one of the best versions ever, but Marriner's version of the Grieg convinced me of the real value of that piece. Great sound and presentation complete this classic disc. A real find!
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HASH(0x99da44e0) étoiles sur 5 A fine trio of remastered recordings that will be top choice for many 23 août 2013
Par I. Giles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This disc comprises popular recordings from 1969 and 1970. These were among the first of the long line of Marriner's successes with his orchestra and offer fine Argo recordings.

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Optional technical note:
As the disc is marketed with the technical levels clearly promoted, the following description may be of some help:
The mastering at 24 bits (dynamic range) and 96 kHz (frequency range) may need some explanation to be more fully understood. Every time one bit is added, the stored information doubles. Early digital recordings were made on digital recorders with only 16 bits and 48 kHz of potential information. So taking 16 bits as a notional starting size of one piece of information the following upgrade occurs:

16 bits=1; 17 bits =2, 18 bits =4, 19 bits = 8, 20 bits = 16, 21 bits = 32, 22 bits = 64, 23 bits = 128, 24 bits = 25. Mathematically therefore 24 bit processing will contain 256 times the stored information. The same is true of visual information. An 8 bit jpeg file with a fixed range of 240 colours is far inferior to a 16 bit raw or tiff file giving 61,440 colours. This difference is not possible to detect on a camera phone but is easy to see on a medium or large print with all the subtle extra shadings being very visible.

Latest research throws doubt on whether this extra information can be heard. With discs played back on reference equipment such as mine (the equivalent to a large print image), the differences can always be heard with the greatest differences being regularly apparent on the oldest recordings. These observations are made as I hear them following on from direct comparisons made between each earlier and re-mastered disc as reviewed. Readers using different playback equipment may have different listening experiences.

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As the above information may lead one to expect, this recording sounds very well with a most attractive bloom to the sound. The performance and sound of the Dvorak for instance is fresher in this remastering than the later recording for Philips although the couplings are totally different and not appropriate for further comparison. In general terms there is a fine sense of 'presence' and there is good detail on all orchestral detail within a believable acoustic. This is not a disc that I have been able to compare with an earlier CD version as I never owned one but this seems well up to the standard of the rest of this series which has offered a regular improvement in sonics.

The three performances have been immensely popular for over forty years, having an attractive flow about them and avoiding undue sentimentality. They compete very well with other recordings that I have owned or still own.

I would therefore suggest that this disc would be a good potential choice for anyone interested in its program. The fact that it has been such a successful proposition for so long is a further reason to consider it very seriously.
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HASH(0x9ad408d0) étoiles sur 5 Chamber music at its best. 23 novembre 2015
Par Robert Burns - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
My first introduction to these two works were LP's recorded in 1973 by the Orchestre de Chambre Jean-Francois Paillard (Erato STU 70792). I absolutely treasured this recording and for me it became my benchmark of both the Tchaikovsky and the Dvorak serenades. Years later, as I began switching to CD's, I looked everywhere for a CD of this recording and was unable to ever get my hands on one. So I replaced it with von Karajan and the BPO, which positively sucked, as he seems to have used the entire string section to record these works—and it sounds like it. Way too big, way to overpowering. It was like driving down a country lane in an 18-wheeler. These both are *chamber* works, for cryin' out loud.

I finally replaced the Von Karajan with this recording by Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Finally, I have a recording which is pretty darned close to the one I have on the LP. It's intimate; it's almost delicate in places; and certainly the production quality is such that you feel you're in a small hall listening to a true chamber orchestra. Marriner is as dependable as they come with his orchestra and has a huge catalog of recorded works, to be sure. But in this instance, he REALLY got it right for my ears.
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HASH(0x9b7c754c) étoiles sur 5 Well rounded performance 10 juillet 2013
Par Sam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Both Dvorak and Tchaikovsky works are great, the performance by this orchestra and conductor is solid. Very pleasant to the ear which, not being a professional musician, is the way I judge music.
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