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Rachmaninov : Etudes-Tableaux Compilation

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  • Compositeur: Serge Rachmaninov
  • CD (10 décembre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: EMI Classics
  • ASIN : B009FCX7EK
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 9 in d major
  2. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 8 in d minor
  3. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 7 in c minor
  4. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 6 in a minor
  5. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 5 in e flat minor
  6. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 4 in b minor
  7. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 3 in f sharp minor
  8. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 2 in a minor
  9. 9 études tableaux op 39 no 1 in c minor
  10. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 9 in c sharp minor
  11. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 8 in g minor
  12. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 7 in e flat major
  13. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 6 in e flat minor
  14. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 5 in d minor
  15. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 3 in c minor
  16. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 1 in f minor
  17. 9 études tableaux op 33 no 2 en ut major

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Etudes tout à fait dans un pianisme "Russe". V Ovchninnikov semble jouer debout tant la force des avant-bras est sensible. Un main gauche proche de Cziffra avec une main droite proche de Richter.
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Ce pianiste russe est un excellent interprète de Sergeï Rachmaninov . ces études sont magnifiques et c'est plus d'une heure de plaisir , de bonheur ;tout y est : la technique et la sensibilité!
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un pianiste à là fois puissant et subtil
un opus 33 par endroit impressionniste ,plus intime et émouvant que ne le laisserait penser le mot "études" du titre
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Programme excellent : je suis en particulier fou de l'étude tableau op 39 n°5 en mi b mineur, mais l'interprétation m'a paru un peu molle. Je préfère celle de John Browning chez Delos, mais le programme est différent (que 3 études-tableaux, mais aussi des préludes).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply superlative - the real thing! 19 août 2013
Par I. Giles - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This disc, well recorded by EMI in 1989, featured Ovchinnikov just two years after he won the Leeds competition having previously won the Tchaikovsky competition. He is the only pianist ever to have won both of these prestigious competitions. There can therefore be no doubt about his technical and musical credentials. In addition, he is Russian, and that brings a further dimension of emotional empathy with these superbly Russian creations.

Although it is quite obvious that technically there is no bar to pianists from all round the world to play these works, there is yet another dimension to consider and which seems to be deeply embedded into the Russian soul, or perhaps the way musicians are trained to think in Russia. Not being Russian I am not in a position to know the answer but like many others, I can recognise the signs when I hear them.

To take an example: The set recorded some years ago by that excellent English pianist, Howard Shelley, takes its place with ease among his outstanding and satisfying complete survey of the Rachmaninov piano works. That he can play all the notes is not in question, nor is his empathy with the music. However, when listening to the etudes played by Richter, one is aware of being in another world of emotional experience. This could just be a case of one fine pianist compared to another. But the same is true of Ashkenazy, of Lugansky, of Romanovsky, of Yuri Paterson-Olenich, of Gavrilov, of Pletnev and of Rachmaninov himself to list but a few that are in my collection for comparison. At this point it becomes clear that there is something else that makes all these pianists stand out from the crowd in this music, and that seems to be that they are all Russian.

Whether this is a false premise or not, and that might be open to question, there remains no doubt that this set by Ovchinnikov joins all the others previously listed as yet another supreme player of this wonderful music.

Given the extraordinary level of so many pianists in this repertoire it is simply not reasonable to single out any one of them as THE version. However, there can be little doubt that this disc now joins the rest.

As such I would suggest that it is worth investigating with a view to purchase either as an 'only' version or as a comparative view.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Strong, Solid Performances! 30 mars 2005
Par Dingbats - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ovchinikov deserves to be bettern known, as evidenced by this splendid CD. It is true that over the years many concert artists have given marvelous renditions of Rachmaninoff's Etudes Tableaux, some of which have become "standards" (Richter, for instance) against which all the later ones are rated. Whether or not this CD is for you depends on how you like your Rachmaninoff. Some like it fiery fast, e.g. Argerich's reading of the 3rd Concerto, but others feel that speed isn't everything. I would classify Ovchinikov as someone who is prudent in choosing a speed that best expresses the musical content of a given piece. In F-sharp minor Etude, Op. 39, No. 3, for example, he adopts a tad slower tempo than some other performers that I have heard (Freddy Kempf would be a good comparison). The result is fascinating--there is a rustic grandeur and solidity in Ovchinikov's rendering that could not possibly be captured by speed alone. All in all, given that complete sets of Etudes Tableux are relatively few when compared to Chopin's Etudes, this is a good buy if you like your Rachmaninoff "this way."
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Playing which communicates the true greatness of the works 2 décembre 2016
Par Kettle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Études-tableaux rely on two things to be effective: 1) a pianist who can throw caution to the wind and blitz the music on a purely technical/virtuosic level and 2) a pianist with enough conviction that the bizarro-land obtuseness of the music won't intimidate them into white-washing a single note. If a passage is destined to splash/crash/bash/whatever, give it its freedom.

So, goes without saying here, Ovchinnikov is the total package. What a romp!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 IS IT THE MUSIC OR IS IT THE PLAYER? 27 juillet 2014
Par DAVID BRYSON - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is good, in places very good, but it ought to have been better than it is and I'm searching for the reason or reasons for that. In general, I'd say that the etudes-tableaux are on much the same level of inspiration as Rachmaninov's preludes are. However none of the etudes-tableaux is a complete knockout like the Prelude in B flat. It might be unreasonable to ask for that again, so I would not come to this recital expecting it to provide what is not there in the music. What's there is fine stuff anyway, and given the right performance this could be a thriller of a disc.

There are thrills here and there, certainly. The very start is downright superb - this is all the way my idea of Rachmaninov, but sad to say it turns out to be the best thing among the 17 pieces. The other performances that run this one close are those that call for something like the same sort of piano-playing - rhythmic, powerful and boisterous. Let me mention, honoris causa, the E flat in track #6, the B minor in track #12 and the E flat minor in the next track, then the last number of all, providing a fine wind-up, but perhaps especially the A minor op39/6 on track #14. The menacing upward rushes in that are impressively done, making the performance an event. An event is exactly what the performance of any piano piece by Rachmaninov should be; but that's any, not just some and not just some kinds. Straight after the fine start comes the C major job with its jangling-sleigh-bells effects. Ovchinnikov does it well, but I have it done by Horowitz too, and there's not much comparison. Elsewhere throughout the recital I had the unsatisfactory sense of listening to just some Russian composer, say perhaps Medtner except that he couldn't find a tune if it jumped up and bit him. Rachmaninov demands more than that: there should be no doubt regarding the authorship of so much as one bar on this record.

Ovchinnikov was awarded joint silver medal in the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, in a year when the gold was withheld. On the strength of what I have been listening to here I would say that was probably about right. Maybe after all I have to get Richter to play these difficult pieces for me. The trouble with getting Richter on the strength of reviews is that you can never believe the reviews. The Richter bandwagon left sense and rationality behind it for years, and people who should have known better and who should have been ashamed of themselves chased after him, ecstatically finding wonders they had been told to find, both when they were genuine wonders and when they were plain average or less. However at least with Richter there is always the chance, and I suppose I ought to take it. After all Richter once gave the performance to end all performances of the Prelude in B flat.
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