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  • Interprète: Arabella Steinbacher & Robert Kulek
  • Compositeur: Johannes Brahms
  • CD (5 avril 2011)
  • : Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Super Audio CD
  • Label: Pentatone
  • ASIN : B004P96WCC
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Digital Booklet: Brahms: Complete Works for Violin and Piano
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The new violin superstar Arabella Steinbacher has been praised on this site for her recordings of concertos of Bartók, Szymanowski and Dvorák. Now exclusively on Pentatone, she now has this set of all of the music for violin and piano by Brahms. She isn't the first one to record all three sonatas plus the Scherzo from the FAE Sonata, but this is the only version on SACD. Pianist Robert Kulek already is established as a teacher and chamber music specialist; these two artists made a previous recording of sonatas of Poulenc, Fauré and Ravel on the Orfeo label. High quality on this new release, and the expected quality audio from Pentatone's engineering team headed, as usual, by Job Maarse. Robert Benson --

The intimate nature of these three sonatas (No.2 an act of reconciliation with Brahms's friend Joachim) makes them ideal for home listening and the current CD choice is bewildering. Far more than in the Beethoven works there s an independence of violin and piano, and here the Munich violinist Arabella Steinbacher has a exemplary partnership with Robert Kulek (born in Latvia, educated in the States). She brings an extraordinary range of expression to the writing. We have as a bonus Brahms's scherzo for the earlier composite FAE Sonata written to amuse Joachim. Another rewarding disc, following Steinbacher s Bartók coupling reviewed in February. CB | SEPTEMBER 2011

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 excellent rapport 8 juin 2011
Par geronimo - Publié sur
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steinbachers ample and glowing tone suited this passionate romantic music.well supported by her pianist.the inclusion of the scherzo from the FAE sonata was a thrilling bonus for comparing early and mature Brahms.A wonderful record from this exceptional musician.Thoroughly recomended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply wonderful 3 juillet 2011
Par Edmund D. COHEN - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This recording is a huge change of pace from Ms. Steinbacher's recent recordings. Where those are very distinctive and individual, this time these artists have lost themselves in the music--let the music speak for itself--gotten out of the music's way, as it were--to produce something of extraordinary purity.

I arranged to hear this recording and the preceding Bartok one (both Hybrid Multichannel) on a fine, big sound system. Imagine what the sound with Cinemascope film of the artists would be like. That did enhance the experience, as the mix is different than for regular stereo. The regular stereo mix of both recordings is, by the way, excellent. (I.e., the natural stereo effect has not been lost in the mix.)

I hope Ms. Steinbacher and Mr. Kulek will recruit the right cellist (not necessarily one already famous) and present us with some piano trio literature.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Outstanding Brahms Program 28 juin 2011
Par Dean Frey - Publié sur
Format: CD
Every competent performance of a Brahms violin sonata will have in it something of interest: each phrase is perfect and inevitable, but somehow at the same time constantly surprising and evocative. Great performances will always be emotional but not sentimental, and classically balanced but not dry or academic.

There's an old Gaelic proverb that says "When the cup is fullest it is most difficult to carry." Brahms has filled the cups to the very brim in his three violin sonatas, and the challenge to violin and piano partners who would carry them is daunting. This new disc from Arabella Steinbacher and Robert Kulek is as accomplished as any recent CD in this repertoire.

I'm a big fan of Steinbacher's tone, and her technical capabilities are obvious. Kulek provides more than simple accompaniment; he's an equal partner in this challenging music. This is outstanding musicianship, with the artists' egos subjugated to the logic of the music. Pentatone has provided stunning sound in this 2010 Dutch recording. The multi-channel super audio format is perfect for presenting both the drama and the intimacy of Brahms' chamber music.

Not every disc of the Violin Sonatas finds room for the Scherzo that Brahms contributed to the FAE Sonata, along with Albert Dietrich and Robert Schumann. This is no mere filler, but an accomplished work by the 20-year-old composer. It's a splendid encore to an outstanding program of masterpieces for violin and piano.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Steinbacher is lyrical and fresh, but she needs a more vital partner 23 mai 2011
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I wish I knew more about the career of the 29-year-old German violinist Arabella Steinbacher, whom I've only heard in radio broadcasts of concertos. Without backing into a review, I first noticed how lovely the recorded sound was in this disc of the three Brahmas sonatas. Not only is Steinbacher's tone pure and lyrically smooth but Pentatone's recorded sound is refreshingly natural. Her approach to these very familiar works isn't remarkably distinctive, but one notices that the phrasing seems personal and thoughtful, and that the violinist's natural instincts are more on the songful side than the dramatic.

Brahms wrote as much for the piano as the violin in all three sonatas, culminating in No. 3, the most dramatic and complex partnership between the two instruments. I'd have more interest in Steinbacher if she had chosen a noted solo pianist rather than Robert Kulek, who so far as I can tell is a professional accompanist. He is never less than accomplished, but that's not really enough; Brahms calls for a stronger, more distinctive voice than Kulek's, which is why it's not enough simply to enjoy Steinbacher's playing. Too many sections go by that seem flat, even plodding, largely because the piano part lacks vitality. Having recently listened to the impressive live concert reading from Perlman and Barenboim on Sony, I am more certain than ever that these are sonatas that demand two great artists, and we don't have that here.
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