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  • Compositeur: Jean Sibelius, Orchestre Symphonique d'Islande
  • CD (9 juillet 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Naxos
  • ASIN : B00001NTM2
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Finlandia op.26, Karelia (Suite op.11), Lemminkainen (Suite op.22) Iceland Symphony Orchestra

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N'ayez pas peur : l'orchestre d'Islande assure et son chef, finlandais, dirige dans son arbre généalogique. CD vaste et généreux, que j'ai acquis car je cherchais une version des Légendes de Lemminkainen en plus de l'excellent Salonen à L.A. (Sony).
Mais c'est tout le programme qui est à marquer d'une pierre blanche : l'entame très menaçante de Finlandia donne le ton d'emblée; puis la belle suite Karelia et donc les quatre tableaux de Lemminkainen, brossés avec une rudesse pleine de ... tendresse (écoutez l'écrin que "sculptent" les cordes qui accompagnent le cor anglais dans le Cygne de Tuonela). Un grand disque Sibelius, qui aura, j'espère, de beaux prolongements.
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HASH(0x93f700b4) étoiles sur 5 Sibelius reaches Iceland 22 avril 2000
Par Michael S. Holmes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The climate of Sibelius's music is not far removed from the Icelanders. The rich, dark and brooding colors of this music appeals to most northerners. With an island that has had a consistently low population since the beginning of its history, concerts by the Iceland Symphony have always been major events. The orchestra certainly plays with powerfully devoted dedication on the present recording. Petri Sakari studied in Finland at the Sibelius Academy under the reknowned pedagogue Jorma Panula. So, an understanding of his countryman's music is only natural. In this recording, Sakari brings out certain aspects of the Leminkainen Suite that many other recordings lack. Firstly, this is the only performance on record (to my knowledge) that restores the original order of the middle two movements. This may seem trivial, however, it should be noted that Sibelius had made the change of order later in his life (opposing Sakari's present order). Hearing it in this order may make it clear for some Sibelius enthusiasts, including myself, why the critic Karl Flodin panned the work's premiere in 1896 as "pathological" and "depressing". Sibelius's judgement should probably be taken more seriously, by allowing the famous "Swan of Tuonela" to soothe the listener after the intense mood of the opening movement. But either way, Sakari's choice makes one reminiscent, and in more ways than one. His interprtations of the Suite and the Karelia Suite are highly original, intensely passionate and wholly welcome in the army of recordings of these works now available to the public.
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HASH(0x93e58810) étoiles sur 5 raw power 24 mars 2003
Par ole skipper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The early music of Sibelius possesses a raw emotional power that appeals to some more than others - but with a recording as fresh, spontaneous and exciting as this, I for one surrender!
The mythical landscapes of the Lemminkäinen Suite are magically evocative, with fine playing by the Icelanders - and while this is not the absolutely best Swan of Tuonela I have heard, it is still very fine. From the pale, nordic sun of the outer movements to the gloomy depths of Tuonela (land of the dead), this is a recording that totally draws you into a prehistoric world, with triumphs and horrors no less than todays'.
Not quite the same care and enthusiasm seems to have been invested in the Karelia-suite and Finlandia - but perhaps it is exactly the slight carelessness of the playing that makes you hear these over-played works almost anew.
With excellent sound, this is a sure winner.
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HASH(0x942ae924) étoiles sur 5 More than Adequate Replacement for Schermerhorn's Version 15 février 2009
Par Leslie Richford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Jean Sibelius (1865 - 1957): Finlandia, Op. 26; Karelia Suite, Op. 11; Lemminkäinen Suite, Op. 22. Performed by Dao Kolbeinsson, cor anglais; Richard Tchaikovsky, cello; Iceland Symphony Orchestra, directed by Petri Sakari. Recorded 28th thru 31st May and 25th November, 1997. Released in 1999 as Naxos 8.554265 (LC 05537). Total playing time: 72'50".

The recordings of "Finlandia", of the "Karelia Suite" and of "The Swan of Tuonela" which can be heard here were made by Naxos as a replacement for the disk with the same works recorded by a Slovakian orchestra led by the late Kenneth Schermerhorn some ten years earlier. The new CD has the advantage of cleaner, more confident playing, a conductor who knows and understands the works thoroughly and engineering which, although by no means perfect, captures a good deal more of the fascinating details of Sibelius's scores than the earlier recording was able to. On the whole, after listening to the Iceland Symphony recording, it seemed that Sibelius's combinations of brass, percussion and woodwind were uppermost in Sakari's mind, with the strings taking a relatively minor role (despite some nice touches from the cello in the Lemminkäinen Suite). Generally, the music is not only dark and brooding, there are also plenty of episodes marked with excitement and tension, and personally I enjoyed not only the rough, raucous brass of "Finlandia" (and its beautiful, epic hymn, which has been so popular that it has even been set to the words of a Pentecostal chorus!), but also the rhythmic qualities of the outer movements of the Karelia and the more gentle descriptive passages in the Ballade as well as in "Lemminkäinen and the Maidens of Saari". I did not hear anything "careless" about the playing, although at one or two points I felt that things were not quite as ordered and transparent as perhaps they could have been - but those were minor quibbles on a performance that certainly has great class (Sakari and the Icelanders have also recorded for other labels and certainly know what they are doing!). But while listening on Sennheiser HD600 headphones, I was confronted by the impression that the engineers, while capturing the "whole panorama" quite nicely, should probably have brought certain instruments more to the forefront in certain passages. In particular, the percussion sounded compressed and, on occasion, more like someone moving furniture around than rolling tympani. But again, these are quibbles rather than real objections, and for its price this CD is a winner.
HASH(0x942630a8) étoiles sur 5 Bigger than life recording of sublime, exciting music 13 avril 2014
Par Joseph Kline PhD, MD - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This recording of music by Jean Sibelius is conducted by another Finn, Petri Sakari, directing the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. It is always a pleasant surprise when a budget label combines a lesser known conductor and orchestra together and the result is stunning musical synergy. And that is the case for this emotionally-intense set of three symphonic poems. Everything here goes well. The performance of all three works is superb and the sonics are no less impressive. The listener perspective is slightly forward but pleasingly so. There is no shortage of bass, and with subs almost overwhelming. The Icelanders are a very capable ensemble. Brass are just glorious. There just are not any meaningful shortcomings in the sound.

Finlandia, of course, is the best known of all Sibelius works. Even those with little interest in serious music have probably heard the nationalistic piece in music class in high school. Even if you are not Finnish, you can't help but be moved by the beautifully crafted melodic lines. I still am after 5 1/2 decades of familiarity. Karelia Suite is almost as beautiful. Lemminkainen Suite is a more complicated work but equally rewarding after several listening sessions.

This is an altogether a stunningly-successful album that is worth repeated listening. Highly recommended!
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HASH(0x942bcedc) étoiles sur 5 Finland, interpreted in Iceland... top rate! ... 8 décembre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This review refers to the Naxos CD recoding
by Petri Sakari and the Iceland Symphony
Orchestra, recorded in University Hall,
Reykjavik from 28th to 31st May and on
November, 1997.
This recording contains: Finlandia, Op. 26,
Karelia Suite, Op. 11 [Intermezzo; Ballade;
Alla marcia]; and the Lemminkainen Suite,
Op. 22 [Lemmikainen and the Maidens of Saari;
The Swan of Tuonela; Lemmikainen's Return].
On the first few listenings, I did not
particularly care for this version of
"Finlandia," but it has "grown on" me...or
I have grown with it. The whole recording
now seems to me to be top notch, and at this
price, a real bargain.
"The Swan of Tuonela" has always been a
highly esteemed piece for me, since high
school. I try to get as many different
versions of the piece by different orchestras
and conductors as I can. This version is
definitely top of the line. The playing of
the "Cor Anglais" in the piece by Dao
Kalbeinsson is incredible and inspirational.
All in all, this is a recording of Sibelius
not to be passed up.
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