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Mozart : Intégrale des trios et duos pour cordes

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  • Orchestre: Academy of St Martin in the Fields
  • Compositeur: Mozart
  • CD (13 juillet 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Philips
  • ASIN : B0000041EK
  • Autres versions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Divertimento k 563 trio a cordes en mi bemol majeur - I allegro - Grumiaux Trio
  2. Divertimento k 563 trio a cordes en mi bemol majeur - II adagio - Grumiaux Trio
  3. Divertimento k 563 trio a cordes en mi bemol majeur - III menuetto alegretto trio - Grumiaux Trio
  4. Divertimento k 563 trio a cordes en mi bemol majeur - IV andante - Grumiaux Trio
  5. Divertimento k 563 trio a cordes en mi bemol majeur - V menuetto allegretto trio I II - Grumiaux Trio
  6. Divertimento k 563 trio a cordes en mi bemol majeur - VI allegro - Grumiaux Trio
  7. Duo pour violon et alto k 423 en sol majeur - 1. allegro - Arrigo Pelliccia
  8. Duo pour violon et alto k 423 en sol majeur - 2. adagio - Arrigo Pelliccia
  9. Duo pour violon et alto k 423 en sol majeur - 3. rondeau (allegro) - Arrigo Pelliccia
  10. Duo pour violon et alto k 424 en si bemol majeur - 1. adagio - allegro - Arrigo Pelliccia
  11. Duo pour violon et alto k 424 en si bemol majeur - 2. andante cantabile - Arrigo Pelliccia
  12. Duo pour violon et alto k 424 en si bemol majeur - 3. tema con variazioni (andante grazioso - allegretto - allegro) - Arrigo Pelliccia

Disque : 2

  1. Sonate trio k 266/271f en si bemol majeur - 1. adagio - Malcolm Latchem
  2. Sonate trio k 266/271f en si bemol majeur - 2. menuetto - Stephen Orton
  3. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - prelude I: adagio - Georges Janzer
  4. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - fugue I (from bach's wohltemperierte klavier I/8 bwv 853) - Georges Janzer
  5. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - prelude II: adagio - Georges Janzer
  6. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - fugue II (from bach's wohltemperierte klavier II/14, bwv 883) - Georges Janzer
  7. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - prelude III: adagio - Georges Janzer
  8. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - fugue III (from bach's wohltemperierte klavier II/13, bwv 882) - Georges Janzer
  9. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - prelude IV (from bach's organsonata no.3, bwv 527) - Georges Janzer
  10. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - fugue IV (from bach's kunst der fuge, bwv 1080, contrapunctus 8) - Georges Janzer
  11. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - prelude V (from bach's organsonata no.2, bwv 526) - Georges Janzer
  12. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - fugue V (from bach's organsonata no. 2, bwv 526) - Georges Janzer
  13. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - prelude VI: adagio - Georges Janzer
  14. 6 preludes et fugues pour violon alto et violoncelle KV 404 a d'après js bach - fugue VI (from w.f.bach's fugue no.8) - Georges Janzer

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MOZART : INTÉGRALE DES TRIOS ET DUOS POUR CORDES

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sublime Music, Excellent Performances 23 mars 2016
Par Phil P. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The Divertimento for String Trio K. 563 is, by common consent, one of Mozart’s very greatest chamber works, right up there with the “Haydn” Quartets and the String Quintets. Up until now the only version I knew was an 1982 recording by the Vienna String Trio, only available now as an MP3 download. I bought it upwards of 20 years ago and it’s a very fine recording except that the finale is just a bit too slow. This began at last to exasperate me until my search for an alternative led me here. It’s quite as good as that other recording plus the finale is just the right tempo.

The story behind the two duos for violin and viola is well known, how Mozart had returned to Salzburg for a visit to introduce his new bride to his father and sister and learned that his old friend and colleague Michael Haydn was unable to complete a commission for six duos due to illness (though his indisposition was more likely due to his chronic alcoholism). Given the circumstances and the limits of the medium one might have expected mere throwaway stuff but the duos turn out to be first rate top drawer Mozart. Amusingly, the liner notes state that “To Haydn’s great relief, the archbishop who commissioned them failed to notice the deception.” (Right. You pay for Michael Haydn duos and get fobbed off with Mozart. I can see how that would be annoying.)

The greatness of these three works is something of a well-kept secret judging by the paucity of recordings, making this an attractive package. As if that weren’t enough you also get Mozart’s arrangement of six Bach fugues, five by J.S. Bach and one by son Wilhelm Friedemann, for string trio. The J.S. Bach fugues include three from the Well Tempered Klavier (the d minor from Book I and the g minor and F major from Book II), number eight from Die Kunst der Fuge (was this Mozart’s favorite? It’s mine too!) and the third movement of the trio sonata in c minor. The fugues from Die Kunst der Fuge have often been performed by string quartet or string orchestra; the ones from the WTC sound so good I wish I could hear more of them that way. That this hasn’t been done more often is no doubt due to the fact that it would leave the preludes, which are idiomatic keyboard music, orphaned. To fill the gap here Mozart wrote his own preludes for four of the fugues. Incidentally, the W.F. Bach fugue in f minor comes from a set of eight organ fugues, F.31. It’s also a superb piece.

The early Sonata for two violins and cello K. 266 is a minor but pleasant work. First movement exposition repeats are taken in the Divertimento and Duos.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another recording gem from the sixties............. 1 octobre 2011
Par John Ashford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I research Amazon reviews carefuly before committing to a purchase; Amazon greatly assist this process by providing recording previews on their site. The reviews and previews indicated this was a recording of substance, elegantly and warmly portrayed by foremost musicians of the period, (The Grumiaux Trio), at a fortunate stage in analogue recording technology. I have purchased several Philips compilations from this period, and have always been rewarded by good performances allied to a good sound...........and such good value as well. I'm trying to fill gaps in my CD collection with sets such as this. Who knows how long the various labels will make these gems available?

The performance is so together, allowing the Mozartian compositional elements to emerge untrammelled .......... and the warm analogue recordinng enriches the string harmonics wonderfully. Don't be afraid to turn up the volume to ensemble-in-your-room level; you will be rewarded by recordings from the sixties which are full of detail, gorgeous harmonics, a broad frequency response free of hiss and distortion, and above all are totally engaging. Congratulations go to Philips for a superb remastering job in this case.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MASTERFUL MELODIES, FIRST-CHAIR PERFORMANCES 28 novembre 2015
Par T.J. Holden - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is an absolutely splendid CD duo! Mozart, of course, is the supreme master of melody--in Western music, at least, as far as I'm concerned. That extraordinary talent is on compelling aural display here. Because only a handful of instruments are playing at one time (chamber format), the performers are under the musical microscope. Fortunately, they come across, consistently, as first-chair musicians. Bravo!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A style made for Mozart 26 août 2005
Par Alan Lekan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Here is yet another great Mozart Philips recording featuring the elegant playing of Arthur Grumiaux. The String Quintets and Violin Concertos are other ones. When you hear Grumiaux play Mozart like this, you think, "Now, how can one top that?" Such a dignified, galante and poised style as his is perfect for Mozart's music. These two CD's provide a cournacopia of Mozart delights played magnificantly by Arthur Grumiaux and friends: three string duos, the one and only great string trio (K.563) and a rather unique collection of preludes and fugues mostly transcribed from Bach's "Well Tempered Clavier" for violin and viola. Each work also has an interesting story behind it as does most of Mozart's music.

Two of the late duos Mozart wrote were "ghost written" for a terribly ill Michael Haydn - a comtemporary and great friend of Mozart. As history goes, Haydn had promised a series of six duos for the impatient Archbishop Colloredo and was two short. Mozart's continual visiting the ill Haydn and lightening-fast composing of these two duos reveal the compassionate, warm-hearted side of Mozart. In each you can hear both Haydn and Mozart by the various musical mannerisms, but they eventually passed off as Haydn's works just fine.

The trio is a late work (K563/626) that was written in 1788 - the year that Mozart's popularity with the fickle Vieneese dwindled and life strarted to fall apart. But, one would never know this from the skill and stature of the great work. Having a full six movements lasting a full 45 minutes, the string trio is a work of grand scale and rich diversity that does not once become bogged down, repetitive or dull. The equality of the part writing is especially notable as much as is the complex sonorities, intelligent design and lyrical charm. It ranks right up there with his quintets as Mozart's most accomplished chamber works.

Perhaps the surprize delight of the set are the six preludes and fugues, most of which are transcribed from JS Bach (and one each from JC Bach and Mozart). It is said that Mozart's wife Constanze adored the fugues of Bach and Handel upon first hearing them in 1782 and supposedly begged her husband to compose such music - which apparently he obliged with these works here. Of course they sound like Bach as they mostly are Bach. The Grumiaux Trio makes them sound glorious from their rich and nuanced playing and the fine Philip's sound quality. Overall, a rich, rewarding listening experience.

If you are new to Mozart's chamber music, these Philips DUO sets are excellent CD's to collect. The most recommended Philips Mozart CD's are: The Great Piano Concertos Vol I, II, the Violin Concertos, Great Quintets Vol. I and II, the Piano Trios and String Trios/Duos here. Then, the Great Seranades, the six 'Haydn' String Quartets, the two Piano Quartets and Great Violin Sonatas Vol. I, II are also fine music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It's Mozart - what's not to love? 22 avril 2014
Par Lawrence K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I am not a musicologist, a professional musician, or a trained critic. There is nothing to complain about. Even the price was attractive, particularly as all string trios and duos (that we know of) are included in one collection.
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