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Grieg-Jarvi-Peer Gynt

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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: Goteborgs Symfoniker, Foss Wenche, Maurstad Toralv, Stokke Tor
  • Orchestre: Goteborgs Symfoniker, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
  • Chef d'orchestre: Jarvi Neeme
  • Compositeur: Grieg Edvard
  • CD (16 novembre 1987)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000001G8O
  • Autres versions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Peer gynt op 23 - no.1. at the wedding (prelude to act I)
  2. Pee gynt op 23 - no.2. halling
  3. Pee gynt op 23 - no.3. springar
  4. Peer gynt op 23 - no.4. ingrid's lament
  5. Peer gynt op 23 - no.5. peer gynt and the herd girls
  6. Peer gynt op 23 - no.6. peer gynt and the woman in green
  7. - no.7. "great folk may be known by the mounts they ride"
  8. Peer gynt op 23 - no.8. in the hall of the mountain king
  9. Peer gynt op 23 - no.9. dance of the mountain king's daughter
  10. Peer gynt op 23 - no.10. peer gynt hunted by the trolls
  11. - no.11. peer gynt and the boyg
  12. Peer gynt op 23 - no.12a. the death of ase (prelude to act III)
  13. - no.12b. the death of ase (act III scene 4)
  14. Peer gynt op 23 - no.13. morning mood
  15. Peer gynt op 23 - no.14. the thief and the receiver
  16. Peer gynt op 23 - no.15. arabian dance
  17. Peer gynt op 23 - no.16. anitra's dance
  18. Peer gynt op 23 - no.17. peer gynt's serenade
  19. - no.18. peer gynt and anitra

Disque : 2

  1. Peer gynt op 23 - no.19. solveig's song
  2. Peer gynt op 23 - no.20. peer gynt at the statue of memnon
  3. Peer gynt op 23 - no.21.peer gynt's homecoming.stormy evening on the sea
  4. Peer gynt op 23 - no.22. the shipwreck
  5. Peer gynt op 23 - no.23. solveig sings in the hut
  6. Peer gynt op 23 - no.24. night scene
  7. Peer gynt op 23 - no.25. whitsun hymn: "o blessed morning"
  8. Peer gynt op 23 - no.26. solveig's cradle song
  9. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - fanfares
  10. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 1. prelude to act I
  11. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 2. borghild's dream
  12. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 3. the matching game
  13. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 4. the northland folk
  14. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 5. homage march
  15. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 6. interlude I
  16. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 7. interlude II
  17. Sigurd jorsalfar op 22 - 8. the kings's song

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HASH(0x932b5a44) étoiles sur 5 If you thought the familiar Suite version was awesome... 10 janvier 2006
Par Shota Hanai - Publié sur
Format: CD
... think again! You're missing more than half of what Mr. Grieg has to offer of the story of the Norwegian Faust, Peer Gynt. Much of the music in this complete version is not to be ignored. Seriously folks, some of the musical scenes not present in the Suite version will knock your socks off!

Here are some stuff you're missing:

1) The official music that introduces us to the play, known as the overture. It is a lively opener, carefree as the young Peer Gynt, but also has a somber Solveig theme in the middle section, fortelling his ultimate fate. Peer's leitmotif in the beginning will be used again later on, but this time in a minor key, in the Abduction scene (which would become the first movement in the second suite).

2) Two brief pieces written for the Hardanger fiddle to give you a taste of Norway.

3) Singing is involved in some of the familiar movements you hear in the Suite version; Solveig's song, Arabian Dance, and most strikingly, the infamous Hall of the Mountain King, which the trolls violently chant "Kill Him! Kill Him!"

4) The curious Dance of the Mountain King's Daughter. The melody is in a major key, but the sharp fourth (think the intro for "Maria", and "The Simpsons" Theme) discomforts the listeners (in Modal terms, it sounds like Lydian). This sharp fourth and a tonic played together would produce a tritone (or also known as the Devil's interval, and Grieg must have purposely done that to represent the trolls' evil nature).

5) The scene following the troll's capture of Peer Gynt. Musically, it is a more skippy version of the Mountain King theme, in 6/8, reminiscent of Berlioz's "Sabbath Night" from Symphonie Fantastique. There is a whole barrage of brass and percussion in the crumbling scene, when the trolls retreat after hearing church bells from the distance.

6) The turning point of the play - the aging Peer Gynt's entry to a devastated forest. There he witnesses voices (sung in unison) coming from different inanimate objects such as leaves, dews, and winds, telling all his wrongdoings. As each object scorns him, the music becomes higher and more menacing. Later, you hear the voice of Peer Gynt's mother, along with the reprise of her theme.

6) How the play began with D major, it ends with the same key, this time touching, as the old Solveig, Peer Gynt's destined love and symbol of ultimate redemption, sings him a lulluby. The man's mortal, and moral, journey is finally over...
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HASH(0x932b5a98) étoiles sur 5 Excellent 28 octobre 2003
Par Sungu Okan - Publié sur
Format: CD
These are the best recordings of both theater works.
And these are the first complete and authentic recordings of both works.
Still, Neeme Jarvi is a champion on interpretation of Grieg' s works and he has recorded complete works with orchestra of composer. (Actually, this 6-CD set is available and price of this set is very good, unbeatable: about 47$, and Peer Gynt and Sigurd have recorded in this set.)
Other performers are excellent (ex. Speakers). Gothenborg Symphony is the best orchestra (with Stockholm Philharmonic) in Sweden.
I like especially, in Peer Gynt: solos of Norwegian Fiddle, In the Hall of Mountain King, The Hunt of Trolls, Song of Solveig.
And, Sigurd Jorsalfar (Sigurd the Crusader), like Peer Gynt, was based from Henrik Ibsen's play and this work is shorter than Peer Gynt (35 minutes, but duration of Peer Gynt is 85 minutes)... I think, the best movement of this work is, Homage March. This march tells about Coronation of Sigurd. And Fanfares of 5 horns (in beggining of work), is impressive and portrays there is a majestic Middle Age landscape with castles, woodlands...
In other words, this is a must have for any Grieg admirers.
Highlt recommended
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HASH(0x932b5ed0) étoiles sur 5 A pioneering album but not musically first rate 2 mai 2011
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur
Format: CD
It was rare to perform Grieg's complete incidental music to Ibsen's fantastic fable of Peer Gynt, a Norwegian Everyman motivated by sex, greed, wild dreams, and temptations in general. Ibsen wasn't especially fond of music, and Grieg wasn't especially impressed by the play. Somehow they collaborated to produce a merging of music and drama that is one of the masterpieces of romantic nationalism in the nineteenth century. The complete roster of 26 numbers was first recorded in 1978, and this release in 1987 was its premiere on a major label. It may seem strange that music as beloved as the two Peer Gynt Suites should obstruct our access to the whole score, but the reasons make sense: Ibsen's vast play, which leaps form continent to continent, is rarely performed. Foreign audiences are not that receptive to the Norwegian language, and to make its full impact, the incidental music must be interwoven with dialogue. Whatever language you choose, an orchestra would have to hire actors, along with a soprano soloist to sing the part of Solveig, Peer's soul mate, and a chorus to portray trolls and other folk.

The music runs to 88 min., and Jarvi meets all the basic requirements. We get plenty of action suggested by dialaogue, and the actors are suitably antic to carry us into fantastic faraway situations. Solveig is beautifully sung by a young Barbara Bonney; she has three numbers, but one is a brief reprise of her famous tune; the play ends with an old, dying, and not very repentant Peer falling asleep in her arms as she sings a cradle song. Authentic as the proceedings are, it really does help to have the drama voiced in English, and for that one must turn to the 2009 version conducted by Guillaume Tourniaire on the Aeon label, which features a fine British cast (using rustic Irish accents) headed by the eminent Derek Jacobi.

As far as purely musical values go, Jarvi leads an energetic performance that evokes a good deal of drama. His Goteborg orchestra is adept, if hardly world class. Things go well enough that the original Gramophone reviewer was enthusiastic. the problem is that the best known music, which Grieg extracted for the Suites, have been performed by great conductors on the order of Beecham, Karajan, and Bernstein. If you listen to any of the famous numbers, Jarvi tends to sound too brisk and uninvolved. He is out for momentum more than depth of feeling. I'd rank his version well behind the one from Herbert Blomstedt, who boasts a better orchestra in the San Francisco Sym. and more vivid Decca sound, compared to which DG's sonics sound a bit distant and lacking in color. also throw in that by eliminating two short extraneous numbers, blomstedt fits the score on to one CD.

The extensive filler here is incidental music to Sigurd Jorsalfar, the title character being Sigurd of Norway, a medieval king who ventured on exploits in the Crusades. Grieg assembled an orchestral suite in 1872 from music he composed for a play by Bjornson (not Ibsen, as a previous reviewer claims). As so often with Grieg's music, the numbers are pleasant listening and include a tenor song (done here in wobbly fashion), rousing male chorus, a march, and so on. Nothing rises to the level of Peer Gynt, so unless you are a Grieg completist, one listen is enough before moving on to a more compelling version of Grieg's masterpiece.
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HASH(0x931152b8) étoiles sur 5 Awesome in the best sense of the word 1 mai 2006
Par W. Shaffer - Publié sur
Format: CD
Everyone enjoys the suites but hearing the complete music in proper sequence is a powerful experience. The music and the story the play tells compliment each other to a degree the suites only hint at. If anyone believes Grieg was only comfortable writing miniatures (after the piano concerto) give this a hearing. One good example is a truly scary Hall of the Mountain King.
HASH(0x9311539c) étoiles sur 5 And I think the performance is even better than that of Neville Marriner and the Academy of ... 11 mars 2015
Par Joe G. - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The most complete offering of incidental music with dialog in Norwegian.....I have found this in no other recording. And I think the performance is even better than that of Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields in the early 1990s. (Which used to be my favorite version).
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