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Emperor Concerto / Symphony 7 Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (8 septembre 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Angel Records
  • ASIN : B00000AF4Z
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Piano Concerto No.5 In E-Flat, 'Emperor': I. Allegro
  2. Piano Concerto No.5 In E-Flat, 'Emperor': II. Adagio un poco mosso
  3. Piano Concerto No.5 In E-Flat, 'Emperor': III. Rondo (Allegro)
  4. Symphony No.7 In A Major, Op.92: I. Poco sostenuto - Vivace
  5. Symphony No.7 In A Major, Op.92: II. Allegretto
  6. Symphony No.7 In A Major, Op.92: III. Presto - Assai meno presto
  7. Symphony No.7 In A Major, Op.92: IV. Allegro con brio

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent performance of interesting pieces 28 janvier 2004
Par David A. Beamer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Riley compositions will be a bit of a revelation to those who know him primarily from his "In C" and "Rainbows in Curved Air" days. His work here is much more nuanced, and frankly, interesting. The first work is an homage to John Lennon, using elements of "I am the Walrus". You won't be stuck with the Beatles tune in your head when you listen to this however, since the only really recognizable bit is that last 30 seconds. The other Riley work is a suite of 5 movements called "The Heaven Ladder, Book 7". The styles of the movements are quite varied from one to the other. Although we think of Riley as one of the minimalists, what you get here is a melange of styles. Here a bit that sounds like Debussy, there some Poulenc, and over there some Persichetti. Or a bit of Chick Corea. But Riley isn't mimicking these other composers -- the comparisons are only an attempt to give a flavor of what the music is like. One of the movements is an honest-to-goodness fugue.
The two pieces by Adams are much more in the minimalist vein, and for this listener, more satisfying -- the Riley pieces are in a rather more light-hearted mood. As Adams states in the liner notes, the "Gates" in the titles are derived from electronics, not door-like things. In both pieces he abruptly (but not disturbingly) shifts from one mode to another, like flipping a switch (or a "gate"). In the more ambitious of the two, Phrygian Gates, there is a great breadth of expression: tempo and dynamic changes abound. It is also quite complex, both structurally and technically. It takes some world-class technique to pull it off.
And Gloria Cheng-Cochran does just that. Her playing is not only technically flawless, but is also quite musical -- bringing out the nuances, carefully placing each note. For those who think of minimalism as rather dull at times, these performances might just change your mind. The playing brings out "melodic" ideas, middle voices, etc.
Lastly, a comment on the balance of the music: although there are 6 cuts by Riley and only 2 by Adams, the amount of time is much closer than that -- roughly half-and-half. The last track (by Adams) is 26 minutes long.
I must say I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this CD.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Painfully overlooked gem of music, performance and CD 23 février 2013
Par Christopher King - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Among the most compelling solo piano music I have heard, and the performance here is amazingly musical, and the sound engineering perfect. I have no idea why this is not heard or played more often. Sure, it's modern, but in such an engagingly musical sense, full of melody, charm, emotion. I would call it classically modern. For me parts are derived from Bach, parts from Beethoven, parts entirely original, not that it's borrowed from them, but follows their natural progression. The standout composition to me is Terry Riley's 'The Heavenly Ladder'. The other mesmerizing composition is John Adams' 'China Gates' (which was used in that equally mesmerizing documentary on PBS/KQED called The Sandman around 2008 based on the ephemeral art of Jim Denevan.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 amazon bungled here 9 juillet 2011
Par Eric Zuesse - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The samples and some of the reviews are not from the CD that is supposedly the subject of this page. The three-star rating and this review should be removed (along with the others) when the amazon employee who goofed here is fired and this page is consequently able to be updated with the correct information and links, so that reviewers can review this CD.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 5 juillet 2016
Par G Chico Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Arguably the one of the greatest 7ths........ 9 septembre 2002
Par Timothy Mikolay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Even though this album features a ghostly and wonderfully executed Beethoven 5th Piano Concerto (almost all of the artists, even in the orchestra have passed on), there is the addition of the 7th Symphony that EMI Classics seems to enjoy marketing and I feel is the greatest recording of the work.
Steinberg's 7th is astonishing for very simple reasons: consistency, tempi and balance. During the 50's, the PSO was top notch and made numerous, memorable recordings with Steinberg and their 7th was, and I feel continues to be, their calling card.
A full bowing from the strings opens the first movement and the elegance never stops. Even the second movement is quite elegant but nowhere near as slow as Karajan's and every bit as solemn. The Presto movement is fiery and the last movement never loses touch with the work's previous three. And this is always the problem with this symphony. Most conductors tie the first three movements together quite masterfully and then go to town in the last, forgetting the beautiful musical lines they executed.
Steinberg is the true master here. On no recording, maybe Gardiner comes close, do I hear a more distinct musical line from opening to closing. I hope the reader doesn't miss a chance to grab this CD... because it is the best Beethoven 7th I've ever heard. The concerto is beautifully played as well.
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