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Ravel: The complete solo piano music

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  • Interprète: Angela Hewitt
  • Compositeur: Maurice Ravel
  • CD (20 mai 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN : B000063TSM
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Menuet antique
  2. Pavane pour une infante défunte
  3. I. modéré
  4. II. mouvement de menuet
  5. III. animé
  6. N° 1 : modéré - très franc
  7. N° 2 : assez lent
  8. N° 3 : modéré
  9. N° 4 : assez animé
  10. N° 5 : presque lent
  11. N° 6 : vif
  12. N° 7 : moins vif
  13. N° 8 : epilogue. lent
  14. I. prélude
  15. II. fugue
  16. III. forlane
  17. IV. rigaudon
  18. V. menuet
  19. VI. toccata

Disque : 2

  1. Sérénade grotesque
  2. Jeux d'eau
  3. I. ondine
  4. II. le gibet
  5. III. scarbo
  6. Menuet sur le nom d'haydn
  7. Prélude
  8. À la manière de borodine
  9. À la manière de chabrier
  10. I. noctuelles
  11. II. oiseaux tristes
  12. III. une barque sur l'océan
  13. IV. alborada del gracioso
  14. V. la vallée des cloches

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Riveting Ravel 28 mai 2002
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Format: CD
Angela Hewitt, already known for her excellent interpretations of Bach's piano works, has turned her attentions to Ravel with equal effect. Her well-researched and accessibly-written liner notes alone are worth the price of the CD and it is clear that the research has not been just an intellectual exercise. Her playing is informed and technically splendid and the album benefits from a fine piano and good acoustics, essential elements in recording Ravel.
I enjoy Angela's chameleon-like ability to play Bach as Bach, Ravel as Ravel, Granados as Granados, etc...Her technique is marvellous but, unlike many other great pianists, her ego takes a back seat and lets the composers/compositions shine in their own right.
30 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Riviting Ravel 26 février 2003
Par Alan D. Hewitt - Publié sur
Format: CD
Absolutely beautiful overall, powerful when needed, delicate when appropriate and always sensitive to what, I believe, were Ravel's intentions. But these are also fresh interpretations that I felt that I was listening to for the first time, especially the "Pavan." I have almost all of her Bach recordings and I am in the process of wearing them out! The Ravel is on that same level. Very highly recommended, even if you don't care for Ravel.
Alan Hewitt (no relation, to the best of my knowledge)
33 internautes sur 35 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 More than a 'Bach Specialist' 25 mai 2005
Par Alan Lekan - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Taking a break from her vast Bach cycle for Hyperion Records, Angela Hewitt puts her mind and fingers to the very different musical challanges of Maurice Ravel and the 19th-century French romantic-modern style. Well, all here is not completely divergent from Bach's music as Ravel's "Le Tombeau de Couperin" is a "Bach or Couperin-like suite" containing a prelude, fugue, menuet and toccata - but, of course, not sounding anything like either of the Baroque masters! Regardless of the composer in question, Angela Hewitt is known for delving deep into a composer's life and music to emerge with the purest, most representative essence of each work. Accordingly, her readings in general stay true to the score and intent of the composer and are a good reference point with minimal "outside influences." Accordingly, her Ravel conceptions here are very idiomatic to the man and his era.

Having "one foot in classicism, another in Romanticm and yet another in Modernism," Ravel's music fascinates with its combination of clarity of form, evocative harmonies, gentle nuances and curiously shifting tonalities. Angela Hewitt's finesseful style is well suited to Ravel's often delicate, imagery-rich music with her lovely phrasing, feathery touch, and ability to achieve the beautiful tonal colorations so characteristic of French music of this period. As often stated about French music, "It is always meant to be beautiful," and Angela Hewitt sure can create beauty in this music. Ravel's dreamy, cascading pieces (Sonatine, Jeaux D'eau, Ondine and Miroirs) are conveyed with the lightest of texture, nuanced lyricism and feminine touch that can make Ravel sound so enchanting. Never a harsh note is heard. This pianist especially excels in drawing out the poignancy of Ravel's more introspective works like the Pavane or Menuet d'Haydn. In these, her line is heart-felt and beautiful. Yet, Hewitt can create a strong sense of drama and intrigue when needed in works like the early Serenade Grotesque or the highly intelligent Valses Nobles. Her Alborada (Miroirs) is hot and spicy - a fine tribute to Ravel's Spanish-Basque roots. Equally delectable are her crystalline chromatic textures and exacting rhythms in pieces like the Prelude, Forlane and the Chabrieresque Rigaudon of "Le Tombeau." Hewitt really brings out the best in Ravel's most curious and fascinating music.

As many know, one of Ravel's most significant and famous piano works is 'Gaspard de la nuit' which is something of a top pianist's 'right-of-passage' due to the immense virtuosity required. Probably the most riviting performance of "le Gaspard" was by Martha Argerich in a live concert (EMI). Some say you have not lived until you've heard Argerich's performance which is one of her most exciting on record. Contrastingly, Hewitt's approach the this daunting piece is one of more subtlety and precision of passage work, shunning sheer bravura. This is most notable in the last movement, Scarbo (an eerie being from the literary work who haughts at night). In this movement, Martha Argerich gives us a Scarbo that is indeed fully terrifying with her quicksilver virtuosity that haughts its victim more through sheer power (created through speed and volume). In contrast, Hewitt's Scarbo is more subtle and insideous - created from nuances of shading/tempo/dynamic. Both evoke an ominous atmosphere but in a different way. Certainly Hewitt's Scarbo is more 'tame' - but perhaps more stealthy and cunning than Argerich's overtly sinister Scarbo. Hewitt brings a real crystal-clarity to this third movement; but for some, it may lack drama and "punch" - but all do compared to Argerich's electrifying reading. But, to Hewitt's favor is the Sonatine where her delicate and ethereal playing far surpasses Argerich's hyper-paced reading which never quite finds the gentle emotional center (a common critique of Martha's readings).

This is a very fresh, inspiring set that critics have taken note. This 2001 set received very high marks from both Gramophone and Penguin who herald Hewitt as having achieved status among the great pianists recording Ravel. Pretty good for a so-called "Bach specialist." The more I listen to Angela Hewitt's talent, the more I appreciate this pianist's esprit, range of repertoire and ability to create tonal beauty in anything she sets her hands to on the piano. The sound quality is excellent (rich and full) as are the 14 pages (!) of SUPERB program notes (which include the full text of literary work, "le Gaspard de la Nuit"). These are some of the finest notes written and were immensely helpful to understand more fully this programmic piece as well as the context and history of all works. Ravel's fascinating piano music was a very pleasing revelation to me this year, and I consider this two-CD set one of the treasures in my collection - as I do pretty much all of Hewitt's ever-growing and superb-quality discography. if you like this set, you should check out Hewitt's 2006 release of Chabrier piano music which is equally fascinating.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The sound of sprinkled diamonds 16 mars 2007
Par Zeno - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Perhaps a little poetic of a description, but that's my simple, non-expert opinion. I've heard various versions of Ravel's piano works over the years, but never like this: brilliant, crystalline, and crisply articulated; each turn of phrase throws light in all directions. Will lift you out of your chair. Simply dazzling.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An outstanding departure from her Bach but imbued with all the same finesse 23 juillet 2013
Par I. Giles - Publié sur
Format: CD
This very well recorded pair of discs from 2000 marks a considerable departure by Angela Hewitt from her previous concentration on the works of Bach. However, this is not new ground for her as a performing musician, rather more of a change of recording emphasis so any doubts about her empathy with such a different sound world can be dismissed.

What she brings to this set of the complete piano works of Ravel is the same fastidious approach to Ravel's instructions for performance. Thus every detail of tempo and phrasing is meticulously observed and with the supreme clarity of thought and execution that has made her Bach so distinguished.

This approach is particularly rewarding in terms of Ravel's output and his Gallic personality is fully revealed and enjoyed. The element of understatement thus becomes a means of creating climaxes and tensions of proper impact rather than excitability. Reserve becomes a means of creating periods of calm and considered reflection. All in all, one is left with a clear sensation that there is more in common between Bach and Ravel than points of difference.

It is not necessary to draw out particular examples of these features with in the set as these features are an integral part of Hewitt's whole approach to Ravel's work and will be readily understood the moment any listener starts to play any of these recordings.

Overall this set can be considered as one of the very finest of the ones currently available to collectors. It certainly deserves to be considered at the highest level by anyone interested in obtaining ta set of Ravel's complete works for piano, either as an 'only' purchase or one of a series of comparative recordings.
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