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Lucerne Festival [Import anglais]

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  • Format : AC-3, Classique, Dolby, DTS stéréo, PAL, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.78:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Euroarts
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 20 juin 2006
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B000FGGK9E
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Registrazioni dal vivo: Concert Hall of the Culture and Convention Centre, Lucerna, 10-12 agosto 2005 - Nel corso degli anni Claudio Abbado ha condotto il Festival di Lucerna a livelli di assoluta eccellenza, ridando vita ai fasti dei giorni gloriosi in cui la prestigiosa rassegna svizzera vedeva protagonisti sul podio direttori di grande carisma come Arturo Toscanini e Wilhelm Furtwängler. Per questo motivo, non si può che salutare con grande entusiasmo questo DVD della Euroarts, che riprende un memorabile concerto del 2005 nel corso del quale il grande maestro milanese diresse la Sinfonia n. 7 di Anton Bruckner, delineando con straordinaria eloquenza sia le profonde pause sia i poderosi fortissimo che caratterizzano questo caposaldo della letteratura tardo sinfonica. In questo vasto lavoro Abbado può contare sul prezioso apporto dell’Orchestra del Festival di Lucerna, una formazione composta da strumentisti scelti con estrema cura per il loro brillante virtuosismo e la loro profonda sensibilità. Il programma è completato da una magistrale interpretazione del Concerto n. 3 per pianoforte e orchestra di Ludwig van Beethoven, che vede protagonista Alfred Brendel, ritenuto uno dei pianisti più ispirati e carismatici degli ultimi anni, ritiratosi dalle sale da concerto nel 2009.Alfred Brendel, pianoforte; Orchestra del Festival di Lucerna --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.

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Une qualité technique superlative. Le concerto est parfait mais l'audition suffit car vraiment brendel avec ses sparadraps au bout des doigts n'est pas vraiment agréable à regarder mais quel pianiste !!
La symphonie de bruckner est une parfaite réussite
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Il est émouvant de revoir ce concert (souvent diffusé sur Mezzo), depuis la mort d‘Abbado. Il faut voir comment chacun des instrumentistes, maitres dans leur domaine, et recrutés un par un par le maestro, le regarde et regarde les autres jouer les solos, avec beaucoup d’admiration. Les revoir chaque année est un vrai plaisir, même si ce n’est que par le biais de ces vidéos, qu’il faut toutes posséder.
Bien vu le coup des sparadraps sur les doigts de Brendel, qui fait plus que jamais penser au professeur Tournesol. Mais il joue sans partition, comme d’ailleurs Abbado pour la longue symphonie de Bruckner qui suit : ils vivent avec ces musiques depuis si longtemps…
Oui vraiment, la grâce musicale ou la grâce tout court était présente ce soir-là : la percevoir vaut tous les offices religieux.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fine Bruckner, magical Beethoven 30 septembre 2015
Par Wayne Hanway - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Bruckner's Seventh is easily his most-loved work, and Abbado's performance here with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra enriched it for me by highlighting many of the nuances in the work that can easily get lost unless you have a score to follow. It's a fine performance in very good sound, with excellent video direction. Since I already have a couple of good DVD performances of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3, my reason for buying the disc was the Bruckner. But Brendel's performance eclipsed the others. It was a joy to watch him and listen as he phrased passages in a way that seemed ineffably right. This will rank as one of the DVDs that I will find special pleasure in playing repeatedly.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Two Bees in one basket 13 juillet 2011
Par David M. Goldberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I was very hesitant about submitting this text, because there are already two superb reviews of this DVD on file (Mike Birman and Scott Morrison), and they reflect my own views in almost every respect. As they point out, Abbado has taken an approach that strips the superficial layers of vulgarity and bombast from this work to reveal the current of profound spirituality that lies underneath the sound and fury by which it is all too often concealed. He achieves his desired effects with a minimum of physical effort (a wise strategy given his obvious frailty). The Lucerne Festival Orchestra responds to his wishes as if by telepathy. The loudest crescendo is reduced to a whisper with a look as much as a gesture; volume and pace are switched up and down with the flick of a wrist or the flap of a palm. In the large-scale ensemble passages, the musicians have the cohesion of a single instrument. The score offers numerous solo opportunities for woodwind and occasionally brass; such gifts are seized with relish by these accomplished musicians and are the occasion for some of the most ravishing, delicate and haunting melodies in the entire symphonic repertoire. Perhaps it is this feature that persuaded one of the reviewers that he was actually listening to a chamber orchestra, but no such orchestra could have produced the cataclysm of sound with which Abbado brought the symphony to its close --- the brilliance of the brass contained and buffered by the luscious velvet of the strings, with each section giving its all. Many such climactic moments abound elsewhere in the score, but they are always handled with discretion and taste, and never permitted to drown out the true soul of this spiritual music. As with all these EuroArts products, the sound quality is exceptional and one has a choice of formats for viewing, but I found the picture quality less sharp than, for example, the Mahler recordings in this same hall, or the Beethoven Symphony cycle in Santa Cecilia and the Philharmonie. This is most apparent in the long shots framing the entire orchestra from the back of the hall; the blurring may be due to the enormous size of the orchestra that fills the large stage so completely that there isn't even room for a cat. The close-ups, by contrast, are very satisfactory although they tend to repeat the same favoured subjects and their instruments. I have a large collection of Bruckner on vinyl and CD, and have heard most of his symphonies more than once in the concert hall with some of the greatest orchestras and conductors on the planet. My difficulty up to now has been in deciding whether he was a fine third-rate or a mediocre second-class composer, but this performance persuades me that the proper task might be to figure out at what level he should be placed in the first rank. There are no arguments about Beethoven's place in the musical hierarchy, or of his 3rd piano concerto in the repertoire of that instrument. The issue here, and it is purely academic, is how this performance stack s up against its DVD competitors. There are two with which I am familiar: Ashkenazy with the LPO under Haitink, and Barenboim with the Berlin Staatskapelle Orchestra under Barenboim. The first is much older than the second, and the sound quality correlates inversely with the age. On the other hand, the venue for the second is a grim factory-like hall in Bochum (Ruhr) that does not compare with the elegance of the Royal Festival Hall (Ashkenazy) or the Lucerne Congress Centre, and while Barenboim turns in a wonderful keyboard performance (the best of the three in my opinion), I found his switching of roles rather disconcerting. Once more, Abbado does a fine job of conducting with minimal physical direction, and the orchestra responds admirably. As in the Bruckner, his volume amplitude is exceptionally wide: his fortes fulsome and his pianos hushed to the point where one sometimes has to strain to hear them. Brendel looks to be almost as frail as his colleague, but his playing shows no lack of vigour, and there is a mature appreciation of the score in his interpretation. Nevertheless I would pick Barenboim if I had to. I said that the choice was academic because the Bruckner is worth purchasing on its merits, and the concerto is in that context no more than a welcome bonus, whereas the Ashkenazy and Barenboim are included in 2-disc sets of the complete Beethoven piano concertos.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A splendid live concert from Lucerne 30 juin 2006
Par Michael Birman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
To categorize the nature of these two performances as similar to chamber music in style and sound is definitely not hyperbole. Not when the musicians in the Lucerne Festival Orchestra include the Hagen String Quartet, members of the Alban Berg String Quartet, clarinettist Sabine Meyer and her woodwind chamber ensemble Blaserensemble Sabine Meyer. There are assorted principal instrumentalists from the world's greatest orchestras, as well. It is a stunning collection of talent led by a gaunt but tanned Claudio Abbado, now 72 years old. He elicits subdued excellence from this assemblage: as if this orchestra is so convinced of its talent it has nothing to prove. There are no gratuitous grand gestures in either the Beethoven concerto or the Bruckner symphony. No bombast, even in the louder passages. The crescendos are played superbly but with restraint. This is confident music making.

Alfred Brendel, the great pianist whose reputation is for poetry and intelligence is provided an absolutely appropriate partner in the Beethoven. By emphasizing the lyrical serenity of Beethoven's score, the Lucerne Festival Orchestra establishes a real dialog with Brendel: allowing the pianist to shine by alternating Beethoven's louder public utterances with quieter, more introverted private musings. By maintaining this balance, it produces a reading that can truly be categorized as Olympian in its grandeur. This is one of the finest Beethoven Third Piano Concertos I've heard. In the Bruckner Seventh Symphony we hear a performance best categorized as Schubertian in its lyricism: with an almost Mozartian elegance in the first and second movements. Stentorian Wagnerisms are banished from the outer two movements, replaced by a lovely Viennese lilt. This without sacrificing Bruckner's powerful massed horns and strings that are his trademark "great blocks of sound". This is a superb performance that firmly establishes Abbado's reputation as a fine Brucknerian. Both performances are memorable and definitely worth owning.

This DVD was recorded live at the Concert Hall of the Culture and Convention Centre Lucerne on 10-12 August 2005. The picture format is 16:9 anamorphic widescreen. It appears to be recorded in high-definition. Sound formats are PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1 Digital Surround Sound. All sound splendid with the surround providing greater spatial definition and ambiance. The hall provides a warm, natural sound. The region code is 1. Running time of the disc is 106 minutes.

A great live performance that is definitely worth serious consideration. Most strongly recommended.

Mike Birman
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I wanted the Abbado Bruckner 7, Beethoven was a bonus . . . 13 janvier 2013
Par Classical Curiosities - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
No one, and I do mean no one, conducts Mahler & Bruckner with such informed passion as Claudio Abbado, with his hand-picked orchestra, the Lucerne Festival Orchestra. Listen to and watch this one, and you'll be tempted to use all your other Bruckner 7 CDs and DVDs as frisbees. The filler here was the Beethoven piano concerto No. 3, played by the master, Alfred Brendel. He plays effortlessly, gloriously, with a pair of magical hands.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding Music DVD! 7 février 2007
Par S. Cheshier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This DVD finally completes the availability of all five Beethoven Piano Concerti in this format. It is beautifully performed and should be in any Beethoven lover's library.
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