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Ravel : Gaspard de la Nuit

Ravel : Gaspard de la Nuit

12 juillet 2005

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Rabbithole into the fantasy world 12 mars 2013
Par Sunghyun Kim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's hazy where I first came across this musician.
It could be somewhere in a small lane of Canterbury or Stratford-upon-Avon,
where he was playing what I now know as Ondine of Ravel.
The music was so beautiful that I was naturally attracted into the record shop
and asked who was playing it. His name was Aimard.

I may be wrong about musical interpretation.
But I want to say that Aimard is the only one who truly empathized with Ravel
as a designer and properly played a hermeneutic role as signal maker.

I know there are other variants by Pogorelich or Margerich who I think can't
just compare. I am a big fan of Margerich but Aimard is the best from my
subjective feeling.
24 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Lovely, lyrical performance of a modern classic 5 juillet 2005
Par Joe Barron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Thorny," "knotty," "craggy," and "acerbic" are some of the unflattering adjectives that unsympathetic critics have used to describe Elliott Carter's "Night Fantasies" since the work's premiere in 1980. Those clichés will have to be retired now en masse as a result of Pierre-Laurent Aimard's marvelously lucid account of Carter's 22-minute meditation on insomnia. Aimard brings a light touch to the sudden mood swings; even the more aggressive sections seem lyrical in comparison to some other readings. (The work has been recorded commercially seven times. Like the composer's Duo for Violin and Piano, it has found a lot of champions in its short life. One sees it entering the mainstream repertoire as time goes on.) Also noteworthy is Aimard's precise pedaling, which gives a haunting, almost ominous quality to many of the soft passages. It is a captivating reading that ranks alongside my two favorites, those of Stephen Drury and Ursula Oppens.

Lucidity is also the watchword in the three other, shorter gems by Carter on the disk: 90+ and the Two Diversions. On a bonus disk, Aimard gives a 25-minute lecture on the music -- in English as well as French and German, for those of you who swing that way. He illustrates his points with plenty of musical examples, separating Carter's conflicting juxtapositions into their separate lines and then putting them back together. Neither overlong nor overly technical, the presentation added a lot to my appreciation of the music, and I've known this work for years. Listen closely, though; Aimard speaks English softly, with an accent.

The CD also includes a fine performance of Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit, chosen, evidently, as a second nocturne to complement the Night Fantasies. On the bonus disk, Aimard describes the work as a clocklike mechanism, and his precise yet delicate interpretation reflects that attitude.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ravel/Carter played by Aimard 9 juin 2009
Par Christopher C. Hart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have heard several recordings of Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit, but I enjoy Aimard's performance the most. The wonderful color palette, subtle and wonderful sense of line and musical style, sensitive use of dynamics, and superb clarity, and more make for a great performance. The works by Carter are played beautifully also. I heartily recommend this recording.
3 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 More Carter, Do We need It? I guess! 26 août 2005
Par scarecrow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Do we need yet another recording of Carter's "Night Fantasies"?? No I doubt it, although Aimard is such a wonderful performer, sensitive to the music's context, intellectual to all the vagaries,timbres and forms of modernist expression that it is indeed difficult to merely ignore and skate across this CD. Yes "Night Fantasies" is a very good work,a master-work for some probing the whys and wherefors of the Master Signifiers in Music; typical Carter with his interst in cross-referencing of materials, cloistered chorals, 'fugitive' filigree fast furioso wistful lines as interruptions, points of differing,differed timbre, cross diagonal poly-rhythms,telescoping of "what-is-to-come" expansion,more time expended,(longer metrical values) contractions of time,of gesture, of moment, modulations of pulse,so you know something some materials are changing and transforming themselves, all this/these technical aspects has its curiosity and I am sure Carter's music is studied late night within the cloistered preserved citadels of academia,(I can smell the high ceilinged wood beams,gables and cathedral like and white, vanilla hued plastered walls)but this is a rare piece of music for Carter,for he had a need to write a piece going back to the genre of the "nocturne" of the introspection contained in/of Schumann,the private gaze into oneself, and as extroverted as many of the moments are here,the piece suggests something beyond itself,perhaps the genre of musical history explored and re-explored. I think Aimard understands this at some level judging from his rather self-conscious comments,(included here on another CD and we really cannot say that for all the pianists who have played this work, many we will never know.
Likewise Ravel's three movement phantasy here has wonderful,points, a work also based upon contractions and expansions of time,floating,gesticulating,summoning imagery across time/ Aimard treats Ravel's advanced timbre like nature,as a labyrinth to enter, to proclaim like something erupting from beneath a place, perhaps below the piano,all with technical clarity,and Aimard sacrifices the pulse if it means a poetic moment that we will remember.

Likewise the two piano studies here more Carter the "90+" with its array of contrasting struck and sustained moments, the articulations for students hopefully and the "Two Diversions" is great stuff to begin of the modern repertoire, But not a place to simply begin and END with Carter but go on to explore other more interesting parts of the repertoire. Of course the highlight on this 2 CD box is Aimard commenting on all that is played, and his imagery and the factual background I thought was a bit self-conscious,with coangulated,arduous phrasings,and overlabored metaphorical references,perhaps the three languages does that,English, French and German; the content looses something in translation.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 can't listen to it 2 juin 2014
Par Wyote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is not technically a CD - Warner classics decided to mix up the error correction system, violating the protocol for CDs, in order to make it impossible for most systems to "upload" or "rip" the music on this disk to a hard drive.

The music is great - I like Aimard, I like Ravel, I love Carter - but because I listen to music through my hard drive, I couldn't hear it. I am not a thief - I paid for this CD, but Warner Classics has decided to steal from ME (taking my money without giving me a functional CD) in order to avoid having other people steal from THEM (by sharing the files). Even if you do use the disk in a regular CD player, it is going to wear out faster than a real CD would.

Anyway, don't try to upload it with an Apple product, just get (or borrow or whatever) a CD-player that you can attach through a USB cord and everything turns out ok.
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