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Ravel: Gaspard de la Nuit / Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.6

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  • Interprète: Pogorelich Ivo
  • Compositeur: Prokofiev Serge, Ravel Maurice
  • CD (25 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000001G54
  • Autres éditions : CD
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fabulous Pogorelich 2 mars 2009
Par David Thierry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Out of the over 100 available recordings of Ravel's Gaspard de le nuit this must be one of the finest. If this was Ravel's idea of a bad dream I'll take it. It easily ranks with the most beautiful music I know. I have the estimable Vlado Perlmuter's complete recording of Ravel's music, recorded when the pianist was in his eighties and it's a marvel. Martha Argerich's recording is still a wonder. Haven't heard Ashkenazy or any others. Pogorelich may be an artist with the courage to do what he feels is right despite composer's markings and that makes for an interesting listen. I know both the Ravel and the Prokofiev rather well and haven't noticed anything amiss. Pogorelich plays with both great power and amazing delicacy. If you don't know the Prokofiev sonatas, explore them and you will be amply rewarded. I love this recording. Very highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A really special disc 27 décembre 2009
Par G.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ivo Pogorelich is a controversial pianist, but I cannot imagine anyone being (overall) dissatisfied with the performances on this disc. The approach Prokofiev's sixth sonata is certainly one of extremes, using the whole range of colors and shades, but it works superbly. The allegretto movement is turned into a kind of scherzo, but a strangely subdued one, and the Valzer lentissimo is almost otherworldly in its dreamlike textures and colors, conveying an impression of a magical fire burning behind a calmly multi-colored, solemn glass painting. The reading of Gaspard de la nuit might not be a first choice - for that it is far too idiosyncratic - yet I wouldn't want to be without it. Ondine is calmly delicate but with a fiery intensity belying its surface sadness. Le gibet is quietly menacing, almost disconcertingly crystalline and ice-coated - it is probably the most intensely chilling version on disc, a performance bathed in shimmering, bleak, frozen half-lights. In comparison, Scarbo sounds fiercely but ephemereally magnificent and tumultuous, nervous and disquieting. The sound is rather on the cold side as well, but even if memories of, say, Ashkenazy are never eclipsed I wouldn't want to be without this reading. A really special disc, then, strongly recommended - especially to those who think they already know these works.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Contains the most amazing moment of piano playing I’ve ever heard 31 mars 2014
Par jt52 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
That comes at 4 minutes into the opening track, “Ondine”, the water sprite, from Maurice Ravel’s “Gaspard de la nuit.” The surge as Pogorelich plays it is fully supernatural, an emanation from the depths, with superb timing and building up of the preceding crescendo Ravel created from rising scales. The disc overall is just excellent, but the “Ondine” alone makes this a must-hear for classical fans. The end of “Ondine” is another remarkable moment, with Pogorelich creating a delicate shimmering texture, of the kind that only a master pianist can achieve.

As a big fan of “Gaspard de la nuit”, it is for me one of the great works ever written. I’m having troubles thinking of any 20th-century music that rivals its combination of atmosphere or excitement. The atmosphere of “Ondine” is established right from the beginning in the sensuous opening, one that Pogorelich evokes wonderfully. The long grisly ostinato in “Le gibet” comes straight out of the impressionist tradition, with its rhythmic ostinato recalling several Debussy piano works. The absolute calm Pogorelich manages to convey is sinister – is it the calm of death? The almost unplayable “Scarbo” caps things, a transformation of the traditional quick finale into the supernatural frame of “Gaspard”. The main theme of “Scarbo”, constructed from the symmetrically-arranged octatonic scale, leads Ravel to a repetitive extension of the melody rather than directional development typical of more traditional music. Up to when I got this Pogorelich release, I had thought that Martha Argerich’s classic performance (also on DG) was the ultimate. Pogorelich forced me to re-assess – this is one of the pinnacles of pianism.

“Gaspard” is paired with an unlikely companion, Sergei Prokofiev’s 6th piano sonata. The two compositions exist in different worlds, both musically and in their social origins. While the Ravel is from a time of peace, focused on an interior world, Prokofiev’s 1940 work is jagged, modernist music, the horrors of Stalinism and the second world war shunted aside but seeping into the tense language. I don’t consider the 6th sonata equal to “Gaspard,” either as a composition or in terms of Ivo’s performance, but that is a high standard, so a fairer assessment is to say that it is a good performance of an accomplished piece, but one that I find hard to like. Pogorelich takes a particularly dry approach, one that shears away any romantic vestiges in Prokofiev’s modernist style. He handles the scherzo particularly well, I think, with a very fine control of different textures.

The only negative I’d apply to this CD is the mediocre engineering job DG provided. I would recommend seeking out the remastered issue, which I haven’t heard, but is likely to sound a bit better. Sound issues don’t negate a supreme “Gaspard” and a very well-done Prokofiev.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My desert island Pogorelich disc 1 avril 2015
Par Hank Drake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Pogorelich’s album of Ravel’s Gaspard de la Nuit and Prokofiev’s 6th Sonata has been highly praised, and was awarded a Rosette in the Penguin Guide. Indeed, this is my go-to recording of Gaspard, ranking above Argerich, Gavrilov, Casadesus, and a host of others. I’ll always have a soft spot for Bachauer’s recording on Mercury, which includes narration by Sir John Geilgud - but she simply cannot match the gorgeous tone painting and manipulation of voices that Pogorelich brings to the piece. The opening movement in Pogorelich’s hands is so sensual it’s nearly pornographic, while Le Gibet has an appropriately deathly stasis, and the finale is alternately chilling and sizzling – like dry-ice. In the Prokofiev 6th Sonata, Pogorelich splits the difference between the driven, brutal Richter approach and the more lush, lyrical Cliburn conception, delivering a convincing performance that remains in the mind’s ear long after the disc is finished – effectively leaving also-rans like Ashkenazy and Nissman in the dust. If I could take only one Pogorelich CD to a desert island, it would be this one. Sound quality is excellent.
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