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  • Interprète: Oslo Quartet
  • Compositeur: Carl Nielsen
  • CD (4 mars 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Naxos
  • ASIN : B00000IMFU
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Quartetti x archi (integrale) Vol.1: Quartetti op.14, op.44

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Carl Nielsen est né en 1865 à Nørre Lyndelse (Danemark). Son père, ouvrier peintre en bâtiment, était aussi très apprécié comme musicien de village, et il apprit à jouer du violon à ses enfants. En 1879, il quitta sa famille pour occuper une place de cornettiste dans l'orchestre militaire d'Odense, où il va rester quatre ans avant de rejoindre Copenhague pour sa formation musicale. Il est mort en 1931 à Copenhague.

Parmi les œuvres majeures de Nielsen, on peut en particulier noter une « Suite symphonique » pour piano, ainsi que des Préludes pour orgue, deux Sonates pour violon et piano, cinq Quatuors à cordes, une « Serenata In Vano » pour clarinette, basson, cor, violoncelle et contrebasse, un Quintette à vent, un Concerto pour violon, un Concerto pour flûte et un Concerto pour clarinette, six Symphonies, trois Opéras, « Snefrid », « Saul et David » et « Maskarade », de la musique chorale, ainsi que des mélodies pour voix soliste.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Chamber Music Nielsen 15 décembre 2009
Par Dr. Debra Jan Bibel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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'Tis a pity that these quartets (Volume 1 and 2, Naxos) of Neilsen are not included in the repertoire of the many quartets that frequent the Bay Area. They are certainly romantic and lyrical and complex of interplay and rhythm as the better known romantic composers. Indeed, while I have seen all of Neilsen's symphonies and his violin concerto performed, I, like many other reviewers, had no knowledge of these quartets until Amazon's recommendation algorithm led me to them. Although the earlier quartets lack the great tension or theme that engages us fully, Op. 44 is rich in mood (e.g., the Adagio con sentimento religioso) and symphonic in sweep. It is mature and well-developed, acknowledged by Neilsen himself, and truly delightful. I personally find Neilsen's first quartets a parade of musical statements, each movement interesting but not satisfying in the whole. Op. 13, with its thematic recapitulation, does attempt to string the units together. The Oslo Quartet (and their sound engineers) give us very worthy albums. Budget priced, these recodings should be included in your classical collection, but if you desire to purchase only one CD, then select this Volume 1.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful additions to the quartet repertoire 23 juillet 2007
Par Jeff Abell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been a fan of Nielsen's work for many years, but have known him mostly through his symphonies, the Flute and Clarinet concertos, and his Woodwind Quintet. Since the composer was a violinist, one suspects his writing for strings to be special, though I've never been convinced by his Violin Concerto. These recordings of his string quartets by the Oslo String Quartet make an excellent case for his skills in this medium. Interestingly, his string quartets are mostly early works. Even the quartet called Op. 44 (1919) was originally written in 1906. All that aside, Nielsen's revision of the F Major Quartet was a good one, and the work has strong parallels to the Wind Quintet, Op. 43: themes suggesting hymn tunes, quirky modal shifts that suggest Shostakovich, and lively rhythms that at times suggest folk dances. If the E-flat Quartet is more Romantic, and a bit less adventurous, it's still charming and tuneful. These works deserve to be played and heard more often: thanks to Naxos and the Oslo Quartet for bringing them to us at an affordable price.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A superb release 22 octobre 2009
Par G.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is something of a surprise that the Nielsen quartets aren't better known. They are, quite simply, fantastic works that would deserve any outing they could get. This excellent Naxos release couples the E flat and F quartets from 1899 and 1906 (revised in 1919), respectively - relatively early works, in other words - and is quite simply another stunning Naxos chamber music success. The performances are fresh, lively and spirited, without mannerisms or overstatements, always subservient to the music but with a thorough understanding of the idiom, the arguments and developments and realizing the often complex rhythmic patterns and romantic sensibility of the melodies to perfection. The music itself displays all the Nielsen hallmarks; rich, but very personal melodic material, invigorating rhythms and a masterly and tasteful balance of romantic expressivity and clear argumentative logic. In short, we have the sunny watching-the-blue-sky-from-the-top-of-tree Nielsen style, expertly and inventively realized and rendered with a wonderful combination of clarity of line and panache by the Oslo quartet. The recording is perhaps a little too close, which means that in the loudest passages the playing might sound a little constricted. Still, this is a stunning success, and this issue is emphatically recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Seeking the Nielsen of the Symphonies 24 août 2001
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Being a lover of Nielsen's symphonies and other orchestral works, I was a little put off initially at not finding the composer I know in these chamber works. The quartets aren't pieces at the core of the repertoire (and in this country not even at the fringes), but as with any good music new to one, repeated hearings bring out more and more of the idiom of the composer in question. So I've at last found the Nielsen of the symphonies in these quartets. Interestingly, while the Op. 14 (1899) understandably reminds me of Nielsen's first three symphonies, Op. 44 (1906, revised in 1919) reminds me not of the wartime symphonies but of Symphony No. 6, written in the mid 20s. It has the gentle pastoral quality of this work with much of the quiet humor as well. Perhaps it also shares some of these qualities with the lovely, pastoral Symphony No. 3 (1911), though that symphony has as well the energy and elan of the first five symphonies, especially 4 and 5, with their life-asserting finales. Op. 44 is a much less demonstrative work and takes a bit longer to grow on one. In fact, while Nielsen said of the work that it represents his true grasp of string quartet writing, and despite the fact that it is beautifully and graciously written for the forces involved, I prefer the earlier quartet. It has a stirring Allegro con brio first movement that reminds me of the Symphony No. 2's energetic first movement and a surprising scherzo in which the fast music comes in the trio. (Shades of Berwald, who sometimes encapsulates his scherzos within slow movements?) But both works are genuine Nielsen, witty and wonderfully melodic, both with distinguished slow movements of almost religious intensity. The Olso quartet, founded 1991, is made up of members who are busy in various Scandanavian orchestras but who are obviously seasoned chamber players as well and certainly play gorgeously together. Their playing in the Op. 44--where the lines often intertwine, requiring superb ensemble playing--is everything one could ask. They produce a very fresh, young sound in music that will be fresh to most listeners. Naxos's engineering is fine as well. Recommended for Nielsen lovers and for those seeking rewarding new chamber-musical paths to explore.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Must For Nielsen Lovers! 26 janvier 2004
Par Paul Rossi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Carl Nielsen was, and still is, best known for his six symphonies. Great works that the symphonies are, Nielsen wrote prolifically in almost every genre, his Wind Quintet the best known of his chamber works. However, I highly recommend purchasing both the Nielsen String Quartet CD's
These two great CD's feature the young, up-and-coming Oslo String Quartet. They play wonderfully together, and they have a thorough mastery of their instruments, the string quartet idiom, and, most importantly in this case, the Nielsen String Quartets. They play wonderfully in tune and create music cooperatively very well. The Oslo String Quartet uses a wide range of dynamics in bringing out Nielsen's music. It is a wonder that these works are not better known and more often heard!
If you are familiar with Carl Nielsen's music and style, you should know what to expect: strange, winding, and engaging melodies, rhythmic complexities, optimistic simplicity, sad mourning, and frequent chordal modulations.
These CD's are real winners (and so are Naxos and the members of the Oslo String Quartet) for making such excellent and affordable renditions of these works available to the public. You will pay two or three times this if you look to other CD labels, and you may not get a better quality set of performances, either!! I highly recommend these two CD's of Carl Nielsen's string quartets.
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