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Dvorák: Symphony No. 9 'From the New World'

Dvorák: Symphony No. 9 'From the New World'

1 janvier 2000

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sir Colin Davis's Great Dvorak 9th Symphony 2 août 2003
Par John Kwok - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This splendid LSO Live recording easily eclipses Sir Colin Davis's earlier account on Philips, also with the London Symphony Orchestra, if I'm not mistaken. This new release joins several excellent recordings from the likes of Abbado and Harnoncourt as among the finest versions of Dvorak's "New World" symphony. Davis gets a lush, lyrical performance from the London Symphony Orchestra, yielding an understated, refined interpretation of Dvorak's score. The opening movement is among the finest I have heard with splendid playing from the winds, strings and brass. The same can be said for the final movement, and the middle two are almost as fine too. The haunting theme played by the cor anglais in the Largo is among the most brooding versions I've come across. Without question, Davis shows he is still among our finest interpreters of Dvorak's symphonic musice. The sound quality is exemplary, using the latest in digital sound recording. But is it truly the definitive version of the Dvorak 9th symphony, as implied by the liner notes in the recording? There are still other, equally compelling versions, from the likes of Giulini and Masur, among others. But this is by the far the least inexpensive splendid recording of Dvorak's 9th that I've heard lately.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 *** 1/2 A restrained "New World" that's musical but ordinary 21 septembre 2013
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Not much attention is paid at amazon to colin Davis's Dvorak, which isn't hard to understand. at the most basic level, the overcrowded field of "New World" recordings doesn't give much room for newcomers unless they are somehow exceptional. After you've heard Reiner, Fricsay, Tennstedt, Kubelik, and Bernstein (his first recording on Sony), the contours of a great Dvorak Ninth are set in place with all the music's excitement, intensity, and vibrancy. A new recording would have to excel on the same grounds, or else offer a completely fresh viewpoint. In this live recording with the LSO, Davis begins in a quiet, leisurely fashion, and he maintains his reticence throughout, asking us to hear the calmer, more lyrical side of every movement.

Is that a fresh viewpoint or an aging conductor's lack of energy? The answer depends on how much you respect Davis - not everyone ranks him as a great conductor - and your willingness to trust him. In this series of late Dvorak symphonies with the LSO (Sym. 6-9), I haven't been very engaged. I trust how musical everyting is; the LSO plays well, and the recorded sound is fine. But after a while Davis's restraint seems too ordinary for a work that only rises above its warhorse status when a conductor makes it come alive in some special way. Davis is far from doing that for me.

If you must have Davis, there's not much difference, if any, between his first version on Philips and the remake. Both are musical in the same way and ordinary in the same way.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 24 juillet 2016
Par GJS - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Excellent live recording....
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