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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: Kent Nagano
  • Compositeur: Leonard Bernstein & Kent Nagano, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester
  • CD (29 octobre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Harmonia Mundi Classique
  • ASIN : B0002JP5DQ
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Devotion Before Mass : Antiphon
  2. Devotion Before Mass : Hymn And Psalm
  3. Devotion Before Mass : Responsory
  4. First Introit (Rondo) : Prefatory Prayers
  5. First Introit (Rondo) : Thrice
  6. Second Intoit : In Nomine Patris
  7. Second Intoit : Prayer For The Congregation
  8. Second Intoit : Epiphany
  9. Confession : Confiteor
  10. Confession : Trope : " I Don't Know "
  11. Confession : Trope : " Ieasy "
  12. Meditation N°1
  13. Gloria : Gloria Tibi
  14. Gloria : Gloria In Excelis
  15. Gloria : Trope : " Half Of The People "
  16. Gloria : Trope : "Thank You "
  17. Meditation N°2
  18. Epistle "The World Of Lord "
  19. Gospel-Sermon

Disque : 2

  1. Credo : Credo In Unum Deum
  2. Trope : " Non Credo "
  3. Credo : Trope : " Hurry "
  4. Credo : World Without End
  5. Credo : Trope : " I Believe In God "
  6. Meditation N°3
  7. Offertory
  8. The Lord's Prayer : "Our Father ..."
  9. The Lord's Prayer : Trope : " I Go On "
  10. Sanctus "Holy! Holy ! Holy ! "
  11. Agnus Dei
  12. Fraction
  13. Pax : Communion " Secret Song "

Description du produit

Un'opera monumentale, ancora molto attuale, interpretata in origine da 200 coristi, musicisti e danzatori; un'intersezione fra gli stili classico, jazz, folk, blues, rock. Jerry Hadley, celebrante, tenore; Solloists of the Pacific Mozart Ensemble, Rundfunkchor Belin, Staats-und Domchor Berlin, Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 If I could give it less than 1 star I would 13 octobre 2008
Par Ally Martin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I was immensely disappointed by this recording. The tempi are entirely too fast and the parts are miscast. The recording itself sounds muddy, and I get better sound off my 40 yr. old turntable with the original LP on it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A fine performance that is a tribute to Bernstein's memory 1 février 2009
Par Elliot Richman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My recollection of Bernstein's own recording of Mass is that it was an intense but frenzied performance. That of course works for Bernstein, but you can't out-Bernstein Bernstein. I liked Mass when it first appeared and have appreciated it since; I thought numerous adverse critical reviews were little more than cheap pot-shots. After all, who was writing the music, and who was on the sidelines writing criticism? But anyway, I was thrilled to find a modern recording by a major figure such as Kent Nagano. Nagano takes the full measure of the work and does it justice, but the sense of personal frenzy (Bernstein's own ecstasy?) has been replaced by a more coherent whole that I find very satisfying. While it is often interesting to hear composers perform their own works, their performances are not necessarily definitive or even "the best." Kudos to Nagano, Hadley, et al, for bringing this wonderful theater piece to a new generation.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Stick to Bernstein's Original Recording 17 novembre 2004
Par Thomas J. Otto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Having been a huge fan of Mass since I first heard Bernstein's recording when I was in college in the late 80s, I was really excited to see a new recording. While some of the ensemble playing and singing on this recording is technically better it is almost entirely without any kind of soul or emotion. Hadley is okay altough I prefer Alan Titus in the original recording. The real tragedy of this recording is the quality of the many soloists sprinkled throughout the work. They sound like trained choral singers trying to be broadway stars and the effect is awful. Although I don't know this for a fact, after hearing this recording I am convinced that the original recording must have used actual broadway singers/actors--normally not my cup of tea, but far superior to any of the soloists on the Nagano recording. There are also issues with the placement of the various ensembles and balances are disappointing both in terms of sound quality and dramatic tension.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nagano's reading is a revelation 23 janvier 2005
Par Thomas O. Sidebottom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I loved Leonard Bernstein's Mass when I first heard Bernstein's recording of it in the early 1970's. Unfortunately it didn't age will with me: years later I found many of the frequent stylistic juxtapositions forced and the musical-style numbers dated. So I was very interested in Kent Nagano's new recording for Harmonia Mundi.

Nagano's reading is a revelation. I came away with a renewed interest in Bernstein as a composer, if not as a conductor. (As an old music teacher of mine said, don't rely on recordings and performances made by the composer of a score.) Nagano unifies the whole complex work with clean, brisk tempos that have well-defined relationships between sections. Jerry Hadley uses his profound skill to realize the central role of Celebrant as never happened before in Bernstein's recording; in that earlier recording, Alan Titus sings emotionally but variably. Hadley never loses sight of the overall work. His reading of the closing Fraction is amazing.

Instrumental playing is uniformly clean: I heard instrumental textures that I'd never heard in Bernstein's own recording. The choral singing is good, but the English intonation is weak, especially in some of the pop sequences.

If you're interested in revisiting a 1970's period piece, I'd highly recommend this recording.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 How devoid of emotion can you get? 19 février 2005
Par kelsie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There are two complete recordings of MASS in the catalog: Bernstein's own reading and this Nagano thing. From the start, the performers are unengaged, bland, and completely ignorant, apparently, of the piece's content. Everything is pretty, refined, and smooth. There is no emotional drama or edge. The soloists are terrible. In Bernstein's reading, the soloists sing the sometimes cynical and sarcastic words of the text with a hard-edged, almost biting tone, reinforcing the hard-hitting words. In Nagano's version, it sounds like everyone is auditioning for the next Webber music. The vocalists are simply uninvolving, especially after one has heard the much more superb Bernstein reading. The celebrant, especially in the 'Gloria,' sounds very artificial while reciting the texts to the official Ordinary.

While cheap, I would encourage you to pass this one up. For a true, groundshaking rendering of the MASS, get Bernstein's own rendering. It will blow you away with its emotional intensity.
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