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Les Grands Concertos pour violon - Coll. Héritage Import

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  • Compositeur: Compilation
  • CD (8 novembre 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN : B0000029P7
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Concerto En Mi Mineur Op64: Allegro Appassionato (Mendelssohn)
  2. Concerto En Mi Mineur Op64: Andante (Mendelssohn)
  3. Concerto En Mi Mineur Op64: Allegretto (Mendelssohn)
  4. Concerto En Sol Mineur Op26 N1: Vorspied Allegro (Bruch)
  5. Concerto En Sol Mineur Op26 N1: Adagio (Bruch)
  6. Concerto En Solmineur Op26 N1: Finale Allegro Energico (Bruch)
  7. Concerto En Si Mineur Op61 N3: Allegro (Saint-Saens)
  8. Concerto En Si Mineur Op61 N3: Andantino (Saint-Saens)
  9. Concerto En Si Mineur Op61 N3: Piu Allegro (Saint-Saens)

Disque : 2

  1. Concerto En Re Majeur Op35: Allegro Moderato (Tchaikovsky)
  2. Concerto En Re Majeur Op35: Anzonetta Andante (Tchaikovsky)
  3. Concerto En Re Majeur Op35: Finale Allegro Vivace (Tchaikovsky)
  4. Concerto En Sol Mineur Op63 N2:Allegro Moderato (Prokofiev)
  5. Concerto En Sol Mineur Op63 N2: Andante Assai (Prokofiev)
  6. Concerto En Sol Mineur Op63 N2: Allegro Ben Marcato (Prokofiev)
  7. Poeme For Violin And Orchestra Op25 (Chausson)

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Classic Historical Accounts by a Master Violinist 3 avril 2015
Par James A. Altena - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Although in some cases Francescatti surpassed what is offered here in his later stereo recordings (why hasn't Sony issued the immortal Bruch Concerto No. 1 with Schippers and the NY Philharmonic on CD?), this is a valuable collection of concertos by a master who was at one point (c. 1960) ranked as one of the world's five greatest living violinists (alongside Heifetz, Milstein, Menuhin, and Stern). Francescatti was notable for his combination of suave elegance and incisive interpretation, with a slightly acidulous tone from the French tradition that contrasts with the more buttery one of Russian-school violinists. Sony has done a good job remastering the original mono recordings; they remain a bit harsh and limited in frequency range and depth, but are quite listenable. For aficionados of great violin playing, this is an essential historical acquisition.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A golden age of violin playing 15 août 2012
Par JOHN GRANT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I shall not go into details of these works as they are well known and collectors will have various performances already. If you are a newcomer to music an want to hear classic violin playing of the old school then this is a superb example. Francescatti was French despite his Italian name but played in that broad, European style with a generosity of tone and sustained sound that was a characteristic of the Russian, Jewish school; Milstein, Heifetz, Stern and Oistrach and might I suggest Kogan all displayed these qualities. Coupled with superb technique, they never played to show off and while modern violinists may equal their technical prowess they never sound as convincing. Why? I don't really know except when I hear one of these older generation of violinists I can always tell because of the style, character and individuality of their musicianship. Kyung Wha Chung said 20 years ago that modern violinists were bland and lacked character, whereas she could hear an older performance and know who was playing.
These are great performances beautifully restored in remastered mono sound from the early fifties. Mitropoulos is a marvellous supporter and the New York Phil a wonderful instrument. The oldest recording is of the Chausson and Ormandy's usually luscious orchestra does sound a little thin but so what in a superb collection and so beautifully packaged. This historic recording series will probably not last long so grab them all while you can. There are some real treats among the many issues covering a wide variety of music with some great artists, orchestras and conductors.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just perfect 25 mars 2017
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I really like the playing of Francescatti 15 mai 2015
Par S. Thompson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I really like the playing of Francescatti. He is very lyrical, smooth and executes very cleanly, with a fairly wide vibrato. Makes for very pleasant listening.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Passion 28 juin 2002
Par Douglass Dowty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Francescatti is often forgotten in the US because of his frequent stays in his native France and his Italian heritage, but surely ranks among Milstein, Stern, Kreisler, Elamn and others in terms of the great violin interperters of this century. While Heifetz brught the level of violin playing to a new, unforgiving level, Francescatti proved that one could have flair and unending warmth without sacrificing technique. The Tchaikovsky here may be my favorite interpertation I've heard yet. While he does not take it at the breakneck speeds of his contemporary Heifetz, bask in the warmth and power of his sound--especially his double-stops (two notes at once) which ring unlike anyone else's--and the styling which he brings to the score. Upon the end of Mvt. 1 of the Tch. Concerto, one could be hard-pressed to find a more dramatic, heart-racing coda that Francescatti's. Becuase he took his time with the rest of the movement, his techincally-astounding speed at the end adds excitement that, had he chosen to start at his max, could not be achieved. Besides that, the Mendelsohn is a Francescatti speciality, as well as the Saint-Saens, whose popularity was practically due to Francescatti's performances. These recordings should not be the only performances of these pieces in a library--becuase of Francescatti's personal interpertation--but they might be the most expressive. In my opinion, Heifetz was unquestionably the best violinist of the cenutry, while Francescatti is who I enjoy listening to the most.
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