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The Four Symphonies;Manfred Overture


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  • Interprète: Paul Paray
  • Orchestre: Detroit Symphony Orchestra
  • Chef d'orchestre: Paul Paray
  • CD (18 mai 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN : B00000IIX6
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Disque : 1

  1. Symphonie n 1 op 38 spring en si bemol majeur - andante un poco maestoso allegro molto vivace
  2. Symphonie n 1 op 38 spring en si bemol majeur - larghetto
  3. Symphonie n 1 op 38 spring en si bemol majeur - scherzo molto vivace trioi trio II
  4. Symphonie n 1 op 38 spring en si bemol majeur - allegro animato e grazioso
  5. Symphonie n 2 op 61 en ut majeur - sostenuto assai allegro ma non troppo
  6. Symphonie n 2 op 61 en ut majeur - scherzo allegro vivace
  7. Symphonie n 2 op 61 en ut majeur - adagio espressivo
  8. Symphonie n 2 op 61 en ut majeur - allegro molto vivace

Disque : 2

  1. Symphonie n 3 op 97 en mi bemol majeur rhenish en mi bemol majeur - lebhaft
  2. Symphonie n 3 op 97 en mi bemol majeur rhenish en mi bemol majeur - scherzo sehr massig
  3. Symphonie n 3 op 97 en mi bemol majeur rhenish en mi bemol majeur - nicht schnell
  4. Symphonie n 3 op 97 en mi bemol majeur rhenish en mi bemol majeur - feierlich
  5. Symphonie n 3 op 97 en mi bemol majeur rhenish en mi bemol majeur - lebhaft
  6. Symphonie n 4 op 120 en re mineur - ziemlich langsam lebhaft
  7. Symphonie n 4 op 120 en re mineur - romanze ziemlich langsam
  8. Symphonie n 4 op 120 en re mineur - scherzo lebhaft
  9. Symphonie n 4 op 120 en re mineur - langsam lebhaft
  10. - manfred op 115

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HASH(0x9128a39c) étoiles sur 5 Schumann Shines Anew in Paray Recordings 26 mai 1999
Par I. Lipscomb - Publié sur Amazon.com
At long last, we have the four Schumann symphonies, plus Manfred Overture, released in the awesome Mercury Living Presence series. There is an aura of exuberance here not commonly found in symphony orchestra recordings. Paray leads his Detroit Symphony, well-trained in his Gallic style, in this rip-roaring set. If you doubt that Schumann lives, you owe it to yourself to listen to these enthusiastic renditions. The instrumentalists are thoroughly rehearsed and come across as very secure. The First Symphony, in particular, seems to me to be the personification of the joy of life. This is Schumann played as it should be played, and I dare anyone to call these performances routine. Mercury's sound, which was always way ahead of its time, is brilliance anew in these releases. If anything, the recordings sound newer and fresher than when they were first released on LP. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x9128a7a4) étoiles sur 5 The original recipe 6 mai 2007
Par Classic Music Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Paul Paray was one of the first conductors to go back to Schumann's own original orchestrations of these symphonies. Before that, many a conductor had tweaked and fiddled with the scores to "enhance" the melodic lines -- and also to "heavy them up" in that stereotypically Germanic manner. Perhaps it took a Gallic conductor like Paray to treat Schumann's delicate-yet-vibrant scores like a watercolor rather than an oil painting. (Paray, hearing one of Schumann's symphonies performed with a doctored score, was quoted as saying to the conductor after the concert, "Nice piece. Who wrote it?")

Paray is most effective in Nos. 1, 2 and 4. The Rhenish is not quite as special, but certainly OK. Nothing like the travesties you'll hear with Solti and the Vienna Philharmonic. Like others who have reviewed this CD, I also hear the high-pitched whine in the 4th symphony. It's not unbearable, but why couldn't the engineers have gotten rid of it?
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HASH(0x921caf60) étoiles sur 5 Paray's legacy at the forefront in Schumann 2 juin 1999
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There isn't much more to add to what's already been said except to tack on a star. This is far and away the most beautiful Schumann committed to disk, the type of lost Gallic conducting art of which Paray was THE master--a unique practitioner who always gave a great performance, no matter what the material.
Wilma Cozart has done an admirable job of cleaning up hiss and tubby bass from her original recording sessions in the 50s--and it seems the mono Fourth has had next to nothing done to it because the antecedent was so good. The Second had to be worked again from her binaural mixdown instead of the three channel version originally used--the 3-channel was "unavailable" according to the notes. Don't throw out any of your vinyl, especially the No. 2, since it sounds better than this reissue which lacks the wide stereo spectrum.
However, these are minor caveats when we're dealing with a production of this standard. The competing Bernstein is frenetic and ragged, Szell gives us the riveting-machine approach in that irritating Severance Hall sound which had a range from "f" to "ffffff" and little else. If the Solti is back out, it is interpretatively a cipher, and Inbal, while enjoyable and clear-visioned is certainly not on the Paray level.
Paray's long-awaited set is the choice from all standpoints and isn't likely to be bettered anytime soon. It's been around 40 years now and it hasn't had a serious approach yet.
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HASH(0x9128a5c4) étoiles sur 5 Paray's legacy at the forefront in Schumann 2 juin 1999
Par Mark McCue - Publié sur Amazon.com
There isn't much more to add to what's already been said except to tack on a star. This is far and away the most beautiful Schumann committed to disk, the type of lost Gallic conducting art of which Paray was THE master--a unique practitioner who always gave a great performance, no matter what the material.
Wilma Cozart has done an admirable job of cleaning up hiss and tubby bass from her original recording sessions in the 50s--and it seems the mono Fourth has had next to nothing done to it because the antecedent was so good. The Second had to be worked again from her binaural mixdown instead of the three channel version originally used--the 3-channel was "unavailable" according to the notes. Don't throw out any of your vinyl, especially the No. 2, since it sounds better than this reissue which lacks the wide stereo spectrum.
However, these are minor caveats when we're dealing with a production of this standard. The competing Bernstein is frenetic and ragged, Szell gives us the riveting-machine approach in that irritating Severance Hall sound which had a range from "f" to "ffffff" and little else. If the Solti is back out, it is interpretatively a cipher, and Inbal, while enjoyable and clear-visioned is certainly not on the Paray level.
Paray's long-awaited set is the choice from all standpoints and isn't likely to be bettered anytime soon. It's been around 40 years now and it hasn't had a serious approach yet.
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HASH(0x9128a7c8) étoiles sur 5 No topping the review below 12 août 2005
Par Wayne A. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Wow. I haven't seen anyone write like that since girlfriend who fancied herself a poetess wrote me a long Dear John letter. Reading it reminded me that I haven't used the words "anguished" or "coruscating" in a sentence in way too long.

Well anyway, deese be reel good'uns. I'm not sure where anyone is still hearing Schumann sounding like mud these days, it still comes up in reviews as almost a trite cliche, and as far back as Szell conductors have been careful to make his music not sound like mud. It doesn't sound like mud here at all. (If you want to hear Schumann sound like Webern check out the amazing Orchestral Works collection conducted by Florian Metz on the obscure EBS label--the weirdest and wonderfullest Schumann I've ever heard. It's listed on Amazon and well worth the price although it'll shock the bejeebers out of you).

This set is great, the fast tempos are welcome, the playing is excellent, and the whole thing is exciting as hell. Symphony number two is a real standout with the first movement set to the max for drama. I hope this doesn't stay out of print too long.
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