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Mozart: Complete Wind Concertos (3 CD's)

20 septembre 2004 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 11 juin 2002
  • Date de sortie: 20 septembre 2004
  • Nombre de disques: 3
  • Label: Universal Music Division Decca Records France
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
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  • Durée totale: 3:31:27
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  • ASIN: B0025DDQG0
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Par claude toon TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 9 juin 2011
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Pour rappel, l'Orpheus Chamber Orchestra a été fondé en 1972. Il réunit une bonne vingtaine de musiciens qui jouent sans chef, les options d'interprétations étant définies collectivement. Dans les années 70-90, l'ensemble gravât un superbe patrimoine d'enregistrements baroques et classiques qui portent cette joie de jouer ensemble, chaque instrumentiste étant leader de la réussite Globale.

Les concertos pour vents sont rarement gravés dans leur intégralité par une formation unique. On en connaît d'excellentes versions isolées. Sous cette forme, ce coffret n'a donc pas réellement de concurrent hormis Böhm et Marriner (ce dernier étant quasi introuvable). Encore faut-il évaluer la qualité musicale de l'entreprise réalisée à la charnière 1980-90.

Les solistes, membres de l'Orpheus ou participants ponctuels, sont tous des instrumentistes et professeurs de renom notamment à la Julliard School.

CD1 : il démarre sur la vivante sinfonia concertante pour quatre vent K297b. Karl Böhm en avait donné une belle interprétation toujours rééditée. Elle était musicalement parfaite mais avec cette intelligence un peu sérieuse qui caractérisait l'approche mozartienne du maestro. Ici, les solistes caracolent gaiement, dialoguent « se chahutent ». Et puis l'orchestre allégé leur rend la part belle en maintenant une aura plus discrète mais précise et lumineuse.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x93f6a45c) étoiles sur 5 32 commentaires
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HASH(0x93f8b0f0) étoiles sur 5 Excellent - Worth Every Penny! 18 août 2004
Par Music Freak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have heard all these pieces and even played some myself over the years and thought that this was an excellent collection of Mozart's wind concerti. You really get to see the development of this prodigy from his teens (bassoon concerto) to his late 30s, the clarinet concerto was one of his last crowning pieces.

The oboe and bassoon concerti were both delightful and the "clicking" of the keys mentioned by another reviewer are the limitations of the instruments. I'm an oboist and all oboes and bassoons make this noise. I don't find it distracting at all. If you hear it, think of it as an percussive accompaniment. :-) I thought the bassoon concerto to be one of the best interpretations yet and the oboe concerto was confident and bright.

The Sinfonia Concertante (one of my original reasons for purchasing the set) was delightfully balanced and playful - a definite pleasure.

The flute concerto and andante were both fun to listen to as well as the concerto for flute and harp. The horn concerti are always joyful and are a nice balance to all the woodwind (technically-speaking) music.

The clarinet concerto was indeed lovely and played on a basset clarinet so there were some richer tones than when it's played on a typical 'A' clarinet. Superb.

I thought all the concerti had wonderful cadenzas and the orchestra was excellently balanced against the soloists. This is a CD collection that you will never regret and will feed your soul.
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HASH(0x93f95b64) étoiles sur 5 A great way to get Mozart's concertos 11 novembre 2005
Par G. Metcalf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This set of three discs is a great, economical way to fill out your collection of Mozart concertos. Contained are good to excellent versions of all 4 horn concertos, the three works featuring flute, the fine clarinet concerto and the early bassoon and oboe concertos. The digitally recorded sound is very clear if occasionally dry and the balance between soloists and orchestra is quite natural. Many times, particularly with the flute works, on other recordings the soloist ends up being unnaturally favored but not so here.

The Sinfonia Concertante which opens the collection is a delightful work even if it is not actually a Mozart composition -- which it almost certainly is not. The Clarinet soloist in the clarinet concerto plays beutifully and I think rivals Leister's great work with Karajan. The four horn concertos are fine even if the soloists are not quite at the level of the famous Brain recordings. The Bassoon and Oboe soloists are truly excellent and these are the best versions of these pieces I have yet heard.

This collection can be recommended highly.
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HASH(0x9423ff48) étoiles sur 5 A great set of Mozart concertos 1 septembre 2005
Par Jill Malter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This set is an excellent value. 212 minutes of Mozart's music at a very modest price. And what music! The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra does a superb job.

The first disc begins with the Sinfonia Concertante for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Orchestra. Next is one of Mozart's last works, the beautiful Clarinet Concerto. Charles Neidich is the soloist, on basset clarinet, and his technique is simply the best. I also like his cadenzas very much. By the way, the use of the basset clarinet makes this concerto so much better! It was indeed written for the basset clarinet, which goes four half-notes lower than a normal A clarinet, and five half-notes lower than a normal B-flat clarinet. And the disc finishes with an Andante for Flute and Orchestra, with Susan Palma on the flute.

The second disc has the famous four horn concertos. William Purvis is the soloist for concertos 2 and 3 (playing his own cadenzas, of course). David Jolley solos for concertos 1 and 4. Purvis does a fine job, and I like Jolley even more. The disc also has a very nice recording of an early Mozart work, the bassoon concerto (written when Mozart was 18). Frank Morelli is the solist here, and offers us nice cadenzas too.

The final disc begins with the Oboe concerto, where we get Randall Wolfgang as the soloist (playing his own cadenza). Then we hear the Flute concerto, followed by the Flute and Harp concerto. Susan Palma is the flute soloist on both of these, and she plays her own impressive array of cadenzas. Nancy Allen does a great job on the harp on the latter piece.

I highly recommend this set of discs.
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HASH(0x9580c540) étoiles sur 5 An outstanding collection and excellent overall value 26 novembre 2012
Par I. Giles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For collectors this seems to be a remarkably useful and easy way to obtain all of these wonderful wind concertos. Is this almost too good to be true or are there any snags?

Well the short answers are 'no' and 'no'.

The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra is a conductor-less band of fine musicians who collectively maintain that the lack of a conductor is a bonus in so far as this forces each of the players to listen more carefully to the others and to be more responsive. The soloists on this set of discs are all drawn directly from the orchestral players and who are therefore well-known to their colleagues presumably.

It is fairly regular practice these days to come across Mozart played without conductor and where the orchestra is led by the player. This was normal practice in Mozart's day and there is really no reason why it would not work today. However there are instances on disc where the presence of a conductor is clearly an advantage as, in the hands of a good and experienced conductor, details of phrasing, balance and general instrumental discussion can be taken away from the concerns of the soloist. Jeffrey Tate is a good example of a positive influence in his conducting of the set of Mozart piano concertos for example.

However, wind concertos are easier to lead from the player's point of view as opposed to a piano simply because an easier eye contact or body language can be maintained from a standing position. So in this case there really is no loss as regards the lack of conductor. All the performances are, without exception, very fine indeed and compare favourably with the very best alternatives. The inclusion of the Sinfonia Concertante is a welcome and major bonus as this fine work is so often neglected.

The recording quality is excellent with good balances maintained between soloists and orchestra. The scale of the performances is in correct proportion even though modern instruments are used. In short this is an outstanding collection and well worth acquiring.
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HASH(0x94576d98) étoiles sur 5 Highly enjoyable 2 juin 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mozart wind concertos may not rank among his finest and deepest works, but they indeed show that a master is at work. It is difficult to judge a whole set, and you may probably find some better versions of this music, but I think that this recording deserves some praise. The performings from both the soloists and the orchestra are solid, stylish and virtuosistic. To name an example I consider the clarinet concerto to be one of the best achievements here. The slow movement is just a miracle of beauty, and at one point the soloist leads the orchestra to an incredible pianissimo nuance, so soft and delicate that you may be afraid of breathing. Mozart's music is just so beautiful that instead of writing about it we should just listen and enjoy. Moreover the price is very attractive, so no excuses!
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