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  • Interprète: DIVERS
  • Compositeur: DIVERS
  • CD (28 mai 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Music & Arts
  • ASIN : B0006SSP7Q
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Robert Schumann (1810-1856) : Sonate pour piano n° 2 en sol mineur, op. 22 - Phantasie pour piano en do majeur, op. 17

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A STARRY CROWN FOR ZAYAS! 17 février 2005
Par Dr. Richard A. Barrows - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Admirers of the awesome pianism of Juana Zayas exemplified in her recordings of the complete Chopin Etudes, Preludes, and the Bbm and Bm Sonatas will want to lose no time before acquiring this stunning new CD devoted to two major works of Robert Schumann: the Gm Sonata, Op. 22; and the monumental Fantasie in C, Op. 17. Also on this CD are the Liszt transcription of Schumann's song, "Widmung," and the "Romance." Op. 28, #2. Those familiar with Ms. Zayas' performance of the 27 Chopin Etudes will find her playing on this CD equally sensational and satisfying. The fearsome technical demands of the C major Fantasie appear to pose no challenge for her as is immediately evident in her playing of those terrifying right hand leaps in the concluding measures of the second movement, the nemesis for many of the finest concert pianists. Her all-encompassing technique is counterbalanced by the same self-effacing qualities that make her Chopin CDs, for all their virtuosity, so soul-stirring. Ms. Zayas profoundly understands the music she is playing. Her playing is devoid of distracting mannerism, flamboyance, and self-awareness. She lets Schumann speak for himself with no gratuitous "interpretation." From the passionate outburst of the opening measures of the Fantasie into the idyllic and triumphant measures of the daunting second movement through the sublimely poignant final measures of the "Starry Crown" movement, Ms. Zayas is in total command of this score and of her piano. In the first movement of the Gm Sonata, she wisely takes with a grain of salt Schumann's idiosyncratic tempo markings: "As fast as possible"; "Faster"; and "Faster still." But here again, as in her Chopin Etudes, her penchant for, but at the same time her ability to manage, breathtaking tempos demonstrate the depth and breadth of her musicianship and artistry. She has the innate instinct to know the "right" tempo for every note she plays. For example, a more profound and probing interpretation of the slow movement of the Gm Sonata and of the last movement of the Fantasie would be impossible to imagine. The transcription of "Widmung" on this CD is much more than an "amuse bouche: it alone is worth the price of the disk. Ms. Zayas' playing of these Schumann masterworks takes second place to none of the earlier, legendary recordings by Cortot, Arrau, Backhaus, Kempf, Rubinstein, or Horowwitz. An additional bonus are the beautifully written, scholarly program notes by Bryce Morrison.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Treasure to Cherish 24 février 2005
Par Anaximander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I admit I listened to this album of Schumann masterpieces with some trepidation. After all, Juana Zayas, the interpreter, is renowned for being one of the best players alive -- if not the very best ever-- of Chopin's piano music. But then I realized that it was Robert Schumann himself who praised the early works of Chopin, and who called Chopin a genius. In fact, in Schumann's masterful work, "CARNAVAL," a series of short piano pieces, one of them carries the name of "Chopin." So I said to myself, if Schumann was obviously indebted to Chopin, whoever plays Chopin's music well should play Schumman's music as well, if not even better. I was not disappointed. Juana Zayas playing is outstanding. On first hearing, my hair literally stood as I listened to Ms. Zayas wonderful version of Schumann's Fantasie in C.

For many music theorists, Schumann is the very epitome of Romantic music. More than write music, he loved to evoke images with his music. Juana Zayas manages to do just that with her imaginative phrasing and secure touch. Not to mention her technique, which is both brilliant and persuasive.

The world of music should celebrate. For now we have someone who is not only to be treasured for playing Chopin, but for playing Schumann as well. Bravo for Ms. Zayas. I have only one more comment to make, and this is aimed at Ms. Zayas herself: What about a little Schubert?
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another great recording by Juana Zayas 15 décembre 2004
Par Roman Holiday - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first time you come across any recording by Juana Zayas, whether it be her epochal interpretation of the Chopin Etudes (M&A) or her recital CD that includes works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Liszt, and Debussy, you usually don't know what to expect. But once you have heard one CD, then another and another, you grow accustomed to the high standards that Juana Zayas consistently delivers. This CD, featuring the music of Schumann, will not let you down either. The playing is clear, crisp, and passionate. After listening to this CD, you will feel that you have plumbed the depths of romaticism.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A more than pleasant surprise 25 février 2005
Par Don Brian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A friend of mine, who is both a composer and a pianist, and who recently premiered his own Piano Concerto at the Heraklion Summer Festival of New Music, in Crete, rang me and in a voice filled with excitement said: "I found the greatest recording of Chopin etudes ever. You just have to come and listen to this."

The idea of listening to piano "etudes," which are, after all, nothing but studies to practice piano playing, didn't appeal much to me. I said so to my friend, but he wouldn't relent. "Just listen to one," he said. "As an incentive," he added, "I'll provide the wine." What else could I do? I went to his place and sat in front of his superb sound system as he opened a bottle of wine. "Give me a number," he said. "Any number between one and twenty-four." I said, "OK, Nine." (That's my birthday). And he just went ahead and played Chopin's etude number "Nine."

I was expecting a dry study. But that was not what I got. I heard the most challenging music I've ever heard in a long while. I was so enthralled by it, that we ended up listening to the entire record, accompanied of course by glass after glass of the most exquisite red wine you've ever tasted. A vintage Barolo. However, I know it wasn't the wine what made me decide that the performer, someone I had never heard about before, a woman called Juana Zayas, was indeed outstanding. It was her music making. Somehow she managed to make music out of the driest material I could think of. And what music! Intimately lyrical and yet grand and heroic at the same time. Incredible!

But that's not the end of the story.

After we had finished with Chopin and as he opened a second bottle of wine, my friend said, "If you thought that was good, now listen to this." And then he played a Fantasie in C major by Robert Schumann, also performed by Ms. Zayas. I was not familiar with the piece, but I fell in love with it at first hearing for it was unbelievably beautiful.

Now, anyone who can make me fall in love with a piece of music on first hearing, I consider that person to be brilliant. And Ms. Zayas had done not with one but with several piano works. Needless to say, I am now a devoted fan of hers and can't wait for the time when she will release one of my favorite piano concertos, either Beethoven's Fourth, or Brahms' Second.

Ms. Zayas, if this review gets to you, please, I beg you, get them recorded. I will be eagerly waiting.

If need be, I'll even provide the wine!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 dogged, mechanical Schumann 24 novembre 2007
Par Richard Steiger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The best advice I ever received about musical performance was from one of my piano techers, who told me "You've got to be going someplace all the time." My problem with Zayas' Schumann playing is precisely that in her hands the music doesn't seem to be going anywhere. There is little momentum or sense of overall direction. The problem seem to be with Zayas' obsession with clarity at all costs. Take the last movement of the sonata. Zayas seems so intent on letting us hear each and every note that the whirlwind momentum of the music gets lost. The opening of the great Fantasie lacks the necessary sweep. The march is lumpish and lacking in drama. The finale, Schumann's love poem to Clara, lacks poetry probably because Zayas is so determined to let us hear each of the accompanying triplets (her refusal to play softly doesn't help either). As for "Widmung," it basically just lays there for five minutes. To be fair, Zayas has a fabulous technique and produces a pleasant sound (though she is not helped by a close, dry acoustic), but Schumann doesn't seem to be her cup of tea. For one dollar more you can get both of the major works on this disc and a whole lot more played by Klara Wurtz in better performances and recordings on a three cd set on Brilliant Classics.
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