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Quatuor A Cordes Op.51 N°2 - Quintette Pour Piano Op.34

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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: Quatuor Takacs
  • Compositeur: Johannes Brahms
  • CD (15 novembre 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN : B000WE5G62
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Disque : 1

  1. I. allegro non troppo
  2. II. andante, un poco adagio
  3. III. scherzo. allegro
  4. IV. poco sostenuto - allegro non troppo - presto non troppo
  5. I. allegro non troppo
  6. II. andante moderato
  7. III. quasi menuetto, moderato - allegro vivace
  8. IV. allegro non assai

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Quatuor à cordes op.51 n°2 - Quintette pour piano op.34 / Quatuor Takacs - Stephen Hough, piano

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Suberb Quartet, Good Quintet 14 janvier 2009
Par Russell I. Burnett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I too absolutely love the Brahms Piano Quintet Op. 34 and have heard a handful of other recordings (Nash Ensemble, Quartetto Italiano/Pollini, Emerson/Fleisher, Concertante). I'm also a big fan of the Takacs Quartet, so I thought this recording of the Quintet would be worth a try. However, to my surprise I prefer both the Nash and Quartetto Italiano recordings. The Takacs play the piece well, but I'd like them to slow things down a bit, especially in the first movement. Their tempo provides the piece with a lot of power and forward movement, but I also feel it comes at the expense of some of the beauty.

The Takacs recording of the String Quartet Op. 51 No. 2, however, is marvelous. I had already heard a few other recordings of Brahms' three string quartets (Tokyo, Alban Berg and Emerson), and all had left me ranking Brahms well below other composers (e.g. Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Borodin, to name a few) on the string quartet ladder. The Takacs changed that. This is easily the best version of this quartet I've heard, and I'm now anxious to hear their recent release of the other two Brahms string quartets as well.

UPDATE: the Takacs are phenomenal in their other Brahms release too (quartets Opp. 51.1 and 67). That recording is, perhaps, even better than this earlier one. Together, these two albums have greatly elevated my opinion of the Brahms quartets. I recommend both.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 BRAHMS, THE TAKACS QUARTET, STEPHEN HOUGH--WOW! 12 décembre 2007
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Brahms' "Piano Quintet" is my absolute favorite piece of classical chamber music. It is the composition that "opened the door" to my intense "love affair" with chamber works by especially Brahms and for my insatiable appetite to listen to same. This recording is simply marvelous (I own quite a few.) Mr. Hough along with the Takacs String Quartet are at the top of their talented forms. The aforesaid performers really do give Brahms' quintet a splendid reading that is filled with beautiful tones, a keen since of rhythm along with emphasizing Brahms' many sonorous harmonies. For the first time I was made very aware of the many beautiful "inner voices" of the work--gorgeous! Stephen Hough and the Takacs are really up to the many challenges of the work expressing Brahms' fierceness as well as his tenderness so very well. In summation, Bravo to all. Johannes Brahms string quartet #2 in A Minor is also included in this recording.

Brahms' string quartets as with Beethoven's last quartets have never really been very appealing to me; however, the Takacs Quartet, in this recording, plays the Brahms' #2 most beautifully. I enjoyed this performance better than any that I have previously heard--they are so very good playing with very beautiful tone and playing very rhythmically.

If you love chamber music by Brahms, as I do, buy this album because it finds the composer and the performers at their peaks!

As expected the Hyperion label is up to their "Rolls Royce" standards in sound. The recording is so very rich and full.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 a mixed bag of Brahms chamber music 12 mars 2010
Par Ivor E. Zetler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Brahms Piano Quintet is the more popular and approachable of the two works on this well filled CD. Stephen Hough and the Takacs Quartet give a lyrical rendition of this composition. While their playing is competent enough, the performance really did not hold my attention. A significant problem with this issue is the diffuse and poorly balanced sound; furthermore the prominently recorded first violin has a slight shrillness that is distracting. I felt that the venerable 1950 Budapest/Clifford Curzon mono version (Naxos)was much more comfortable to listen to and proved to be a far more satisfying rendition.

The Second Quartet receives a more blended sound and the Takacs quartet give a good rendition. However comparison with the Italian and Alban Berg Quartets finds the competition having somewhat more realistic sonics and giving more authoritative interpretations.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An outstanding Brahms recording 4 novembre 2012
Par Sid Nuncius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is an excellent recording of Brahms's Piano Quintet - one of his finest chamber works - and a string quartet which is also good but perhaps not in the same league. I tried it on the strength of the performers as I sometimes struggle with Brahms and thought it might be a good way into these pieces for me. It was.

Both the Takacs Quartet and Stephen Hough are now regarded as among the world's best (quite rightly in my view) and they show why here. The intelligence, thoughtfulness and empathy they bring to these works is quite remarkable. The very opening of the Quintet with its sweeping melodic lines sounds almost like a concerto and in other places there is a wonderful delicacy and a deep understanding between the players which makes it chamber playing of the highest order. In particular they play with a directness and wonderful lyricism which is a delightful contrast to some rather glutinous and stodgy recordings which exist. I have never got on very well with Brahms's String Quartets (a failing in me rather than in Brahms, of course) but I very much enjoy this performance, which seems to let in the light and air to bring it alive.

As always from Hyperion the recorded sound is excellent (the cello sounds simply fabulous), the notes very good and the presentation very attractive. It is an excellent disc all round and very warmly recommended.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Takacs Quartet Brahms release has positives and negatives 29 octobre 2013
Par jt52 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The dual positive and negative connotations of the word “professionalism” -- accomplished, technically sound and hard working but at the same time restrained, careerist, maybe lacking in passion – are both present in this 2007 recording of two major Johannes Brahms chamber works by the Colorado-based Takacs Quartet and well-know UK pianist Stephen Hough. The disc contains the Piano Quintet (1864), one of the great works ever written, and the 2nd string quartet (1873), the most accessible of Brahms’ three works for quartet.

I found this disc a difficult one to review due to its unevenness. Hough and the Takasc are highly technically assured and proficient. At times, they make very exciting musicmaking. An example is in the thrillingly-executed scherzo of the Piano Quintet or in the coda of the Quintet’s opening Allegro, done with riveting energy. These sections are outstanding. At other times, I sense a lack of commitment and feeling behind the technical polish. Hough sleepwalks through the Quintet’s Andante. Each of the 2nd String Quartet’s movements decline in energy and engagement as they progress, as if the Takacs loses interest in the music gradually. The 2nd Quartet’s signature movement, the beautiful and melodic Quasi menuetto (track 7), is paced in my opinion too slowly, resulting in a charm-less rendition of what I think is the most immediately attractive of any Brahms music for string quartet.

I have become more and more disenchanted with Hyperion’s recorded sound, due to a harshness and slight digital whiteness that often appears, which I also hear in this disc. The 2nd quartet has received an outstanding recording by the Alban Berg Quartet, done live in St. Petersburg and released on their EMI double-CD set, which I recommend as an alternative. The Piano Quintet has received a number of good recordings over the years although I have yet to find one that is comprehensively excellent, surprisingly enough.

So there are some very good moments in this Takacs disc as well as some pedestrian playing. Combine that with flawed sound and I give the disc 4 stars.
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