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Kodaly, Z.: Cello Sonata / Duo / Bottermund, H.: Variations On A Theme By Paganini (Starker Plays Kodaly) (Starker, Gingold)
 
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Kodaly, Z.: Cello Sonata / Duo / Bottermund, H.: Variations On A Theme By Paganini (Starker Plays Kodaly) (Starker, Gingold)

1 janvier 1987 | Format : MP3

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Pour qui aime le violoncelle et surtout les interprétations prodigieuses de Starker, il s'agit d'un disque immarcescible. Certes les oeuvres sont peut-être difficiles de prime abord pour le néophyte mais je possède ce disque depuis plus de quatorze ans et il ne se passe pas une année sans qu'il ne vienne tourner dans ma platine et rayonner ! Pour qui aime le classique, c'est véritablement un disque à découvrir ! Le violoncelliste Starker est absolument génial. Bien sûr il y a Jacqueline Dupré, bien entendu Rostropo, Truls Mork et j'en passe encore mais ce disque est une pépite, sans doute l'ultime disque à emporter sur une île déserte !
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Zoltán Kodály est né en 1882 à Kecskemét, dans l'Empire austro-hongrois. Il passa la majeure partie de son enfance à Galánta et à Nagyszombat (Trnava, Slovaquie). Il entrera à l'Université de Budapest, tout en étudiant la composition à l'Académie de musique de Budapest avec Hans Koessler (1853-1926). Il y rencontra Béla Bartók (1881-1945), qui restera son plus fidèle ami jusqu'à sa mort. Avec Bartók, il va recueillir sur des rouleaux de cire, mettre en forme et publier une quantité considérable de chants traditionnels populaires. En 1919, Kodály est nommé Directeur assistant de l'Académie de musique de Budapest. Il développera de nombreuses méthodes d'enseignement de la musique, dont on parle encore aujourd'hui sous le terme de « méthode Kodály », initiant les jeunes enfants au chant et à la tradition chorale. En 1923, il compose son oeuvre la plus connue, le « Psalmus Hungaricus », pour célébrer le cinquantième anniversaire de l'union de Buda et de Pest, mais ses oeuvres majeures comportent également la Suite « Hary Janos » écrite en 1926, toutes deux enregistrées ici, deux Quatuors à cordes, une Sonate pour violoncelle et piano, un Duo pour violon et violoncelle, et une sonate pour violoncelle seul. Pendant la seconde guerre mondiale, Kodály restera à Budapest, se retirant de l'enseignement à partir de 1942.Lire la suite ›
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HASH(0x8a9d5fcc) étoiles sur 5 The Definitive Performance 17 mai 2003
Par Russ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I heard Starker perform this live in Sacramento, CA, about 40 years ago. This recording is exquisite. Although Starker's rendition of the Kodaly has its unfavorable critics, it must be noted that Starker played the work for the composer--the first time when Starker was about 15. His final performance for Kodaly was shortly before the composer's death. On that occasion, Kodaly himself stated that Starker's performance, except for one small ritard, was the "Bible performance".
You can't do much better than a recommendation by the composer himself!
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HASH(0x8a9dc48c) étoiles sur 5 It's not Brahms 14 août 2002
Par Danny Noonan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is truly one of the greatest recordings of all time, precisely because Starker plays the Kodaly like Kodaly - not like Brahms. It's a vicious, bleak piece. Ma's recording is dramatic and flowery and ornamented - and sounds like everything else he does. Pick up this Starker disc - leave Yo-Yo to his Tchaikovsky.
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HASH(0x8a9e4078) étoiles sur 5 The best Kodaly bar none!! 30 octobre 1998
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After hearing this recording, nothing else can measure up. Starker cuts straight to the heart of this masterpiece and creates absolutely unforgettable music. This version also includes the variations which were cut in the last movement in his earlier recordings. Every cellist and serious music lover should have this recording. The other two pieces are also given fine performances (including some real jaw-droppers in the Paganini). Buy this.
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HASH(0x8a9e442c) étoiles sur 5 Starker's Signature piece - Complete and without cuts 2 mai 2013
Par Phil (not) in Mågnoliá - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The renowned cellist János Starker died just a few days ago at the age of 88. He was one of the most accomplished and proficient cellists of modern times, and among all of the various compositions that he performed and recorded over his long career, the Sonata for Unaccompanied Cello, Op. 8 composed by Zoltán Kodály must take pride of place.

Starker performed this work for the composer Kodály in 1939 when he was just 15 years old, first privately and then in concert in Budapest. Starker was the first to record it (at 78 rpm), in Paris in 1948, and he received the Grand Prix du Disque award for that recording. Starker moved permanently to the U.S., also in 1948, and over the following years he had several other opportunities to perform for Kodály, both during the composers conducting tours in the U.S., and in London. When the two met shortly before Kodály's death in 1967, the composer told Starker "If you correct the ritard in the third movement, it will be the Bible performance".

Starker made the first LP recording of the work in 1950 in New York City, with later recordings in London, in 1956, and his final recording of the work was made in Japan in 1970.

The performance on this disc is his final recording of the work, from 1970. An important distinction from the earlier recordings is that in here he performs the complete Cello Sonata, with no cuts (all earlier recorded versions by Starker had cuts in the second and/or third movements, usually made so that the performance would fit within the capacity of the album sides available to him at the time). This final performance was transferred digitally to CD and this was the first appearance of the work on compact disc.

So, with all of that history, how is the performance and how does it compare with his (and other artists) performances of the Sonata?

To my ears, the performance is spectacular, precise and intense, and recorded with very high quality sound. This recording also received Penguin's "key recommendation" (The Penguin Guide to Recorded Classical Music 2008).

I also have one of Starker's earlier performances in my collection - Janos Starker's Legendary Period LPs, Vol. 1, which includes the 1950 New York recording. It is about 3 minutes shorter than the 1970 recording, and as you would expect the sound quality is not as good as the more recent recording. The performance is also excellent although I do not consider myself to have enough familiarity with this work to have an expert opinion.

If I had to chose between the two, I would select the 1970 performance on this disc, due to the better sound quality. The other works included with each album are quite different, however, so that might also influence a purchase decision (the 1950 performance is part of a 2 CD set which includes Cello Concertos by Boccherini and Mozart).

As far as alternatives to Starker for this work - Penguin also lists Kodaly/Novak:Sonatas for Cello, with Czech cellist Jiří Bárta, as their other "key recommendation", and Korean cellist Sun-Won Yang Kodály: Music for Cello and Piano and Maria Kliegel Kodály: Music for Cello as alternate recommendations. The Gramophone Classical Music Guide 2012 has a slightly different view, naming Natalie Clein Kodaly: Sonata for solo cello as their top pick, with Kliegel and Bárta also listed as alternatives.

I am sure that any of the recordings mentioned above would be quite fine, but for my library the one to have is Starker. He is the one who, through his commitment to the work over the years, established this composition in the repertoire for cello. And given his personal history with the composer I think that his interpretation must be given the highest respect. This is the performance that I intend to stick with in order to improve my familiarity with it and to enhance my appreciation of both the composition and with Starker's virtuosity.

There is more on this disc than the Sonata for Unaccompanied Cello, Op. 8 - also included is Kodály's Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7, with Josef Gingold on violin. It is an equally excellent performance (but frankly I purchased the CD for the Sonata, so the Duo was a bonus as far as I'm concerned).

Finally on this disc - Variations on a Theme by Paganini: this performance of the variations as transcribed by Starker, composed by Hans Bottermund on Paganini's 24th Caprice for Violin. Bottermund was principal cellist of the Berlin Philharmonic and later professor at the University of Cologne. According to the liner notes with this disc, Starker played this piece as an encore in concert but this was the first recording (Japan, 1978). Starker had come across the work when he was about twelve, made a penciled copy of the music and later prepared an edition of the music containing the variations that he liked the best (which is an interesting selection, I must say). The recording of this piece is excellent (and the performance is too, of course).

The disc comes with very informative liner notes giving a full discussion of the history of Kodály's works and of Starker's performances.

Excellent performances by one of the most famous and accomplished interpreters of Kodály's works for the cello.
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HASH(0x8a9e4114) étoiles sur 5 Definitely... 10 février 2004
Par Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Starker's rendering is the greatest recorded performance of Kodaly's masterwork. You either know that or you should know that. If I live to see the piece or its performance rivaled, I'll be a lucky man. Buy it now, and for God's sake forget Yo-yo's recording...
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