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Rimski-Korsakov : Schéhérazade - Stravinski : Le Chant du Rossignol SACD Hybride, Son numérique, Super Audio CD, Import

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Détails sur le produit

  • Orchestre: Chicago Symphony Orchestra
  • Chef d'orchestre: Fritz Reiner
  • Compositeur: Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov, Igor Stravinski
  • CD (15 février 2005)
  • : Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : SACD Hybride, Son numérique, Super Audio CD, Import
  • Label: Living Stereo
  • ASIN : B0006PV5VC
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.8 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. I. the sea and sinbad's ship - Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov
  2. II. the story of the kalender prince
  3. III. the young prince and the young princess
  4. IV. festival at bagdad - the sea - the ship breaks against a cliff surmounted by a bronze horseman- conclusion
  5. Presto - Igor Stravinski
  6. Chinese march
  7. Song of the nightingale
  8. The mechanical nightingale
  9. The emperor's displeasure at the departure of the real nightingale
  10. The emperor's sickroom
  11. The real nightingale returns to thwart death
  12. Funeral march and finale


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À ce jour, cette exécution de Shéhérazade de Rimski-Korsakov (je ne parlerai pas du Chant du Rossignol de Stravinski) est considérée par beaucoup comme l'une des meilleures voire la meilleure. Et il en est de même de cet enregistrement de l'Orchestre symphonique de Chicago de février 1960 sous la direction de Fritz Reiner (proposé en version "Living Stereo" sur SACD !). Souplesse, clarté, intensité, contrôle, sensualité, passion, finesse, émotion sont à leur comble. C'est un enchantement.
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Par jefco le 5 décembre 2006
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Les rééditions de RCA en SACD dans la collection Living Stereo atteignent ici un sommet. La qualité sonore et l'impact du Chicago Symphony sont impressionnants. Servi par une prise de son magnifique, un remastering éblouissant et la large bande passante du SACD, cet enregistrement se rapproche beaucoup de la musique vivante, celle du concert. Je n'avais jamais entendu Scheherazade avec une telle dimension. Incontournable!!
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Une oeuvre emblématique de la musique russe, Scheherazade (44'), Un Chicago Symphony Orchestra rutilant, un vrai chef à la baguette en la personne de Fritz Reiner, tels sont les ingrédients de CD ! Le son "Living Stéréo" est proprement stupéfiant ! Une Sheherazade envoûtante ! En complément une oeuvre de Stravinsky peu connue (22') ... On aurait préféré L'Oiseau de Feu !
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Par BC65 le 19 juillet 2014
Format: CD
Cette critique fait référence à la version SACD (Super Audio CD) sortie sur le label Living Stereo il y a déjà quelques années et proposée sur le Marketplace autour des 5€. Ce disque a été réédité (toujours en SACD donc) par Analogue Production à 30€ (au moment de cette revue).

Tout d'abord mes excuses aux spécialistes du Classique pour ce qui va suivre car je ne suis pas un "expert". J'ai découvert cette oeuvre par hasard alors que j'essayais d'améliorer ma culture de cet art musical. J'entends donc le 4ème mouvement dans une interprétation dont j'ai oublié le nom du chef d'orchestre. C'était il y a 15 ans au moins. Une révélation pour un néophyte comme moi. Je décide de trouver l'oeuvre dans son entier, parcours les revues spécialisées (10 de Répertoire, Diapason, Le Monde de La Musique) à la recherche de la meilleure interprétation. Après de multiples hésitations, je finis par choisir la version de Kondrashin dans la série Solo de Philips. Et là, une claque. Il y a un je ne sais quoi dans le jeu du violoniste, dans le tempo emmené par le chef d'orchestre qui transcendent l'oeuvre. On y est.
Alors pourquoi racheter une autre version. Parce que j'ai souvent été impressionné par la qualité technique des enregistrements Living Stereo, que mon installation me permet de profiter du support SACD, et parce que Reiner n'est pas un débutant (sa version est elle aussi plébiscitée).
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HASH(0x894ea2dc) étoiles sur 5 The Best Performance in Outstanding Sound 12 février 2005
Par Kenneth Stuart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Since a web search will give you many details about both the performance and the sound quality, I will give you merely a summary.

This is simply one of the best classical music releases of all time. I don't say that lightly, as a classical music fan and audiophile for over 35 years.

It has been recognized for even longer, that this is one of the finest and most emotionally satisfying performances of romantic period classical music, and likely the definitive performance of Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade. (And, in my opinion, contains the best oboe performance in classical music.)

It has also been widely recognized as one of the best recordings ever of an orchestra, the highly sought after original LP usually residing in the list of top recordings in many audiophile magazines. More recently, it has been pressed on LP by two different audiophile companies.

However, these days most of us don't want to go to the trouble of dealing with LPs, and it is generally recognized that the relatively early CD format, while having great convenience, did not quite provide the full sound quality present in a top LP playback setup.

Recently, this situation has been remedied by the introduction of two "high resolution" disc formats that give all the sound quality of a top LP playback setup in an affordable player compatible with DVDs and CDs as well. These two formats are "DVD-Audio" and "SACD".

SACD has become the format of choice for classical music fans, and so RCA (now BMG) chose to re-release all their excellent sounding "Living Stereo" series recordings on SACD. Back in the 50's and 60's, producer Richard Mohr and engineer Lewis Layton literally invented stereo recording in a celebrated series of brilliant releases.

Fritz Reiner's outstanding "Scheherazade" was recently released in the second batch of ten Living Stereo SACDs. This SACD mastering went back to the original 3-track tape and presents it as original recorded in Left, Center and Right with no mixing or processing, whatsoever. The result is as close to the original sound of Orchestra Hall as your loudspeakers and room acoustics can provide.

When you add in the factor that this is a budget-priced release, it is a must-buy for any classical music fan who has a SACD player and likes the romantic period.

And, while I have not yet auditioned the non-SACD CD-compatible layer (mixed to stereo), nor have I compared it to the previous regular CD release of this recording, nevertheless I can certainly recommend it even to someone without an SACD player, if they are looking for a great performance of "Scheherazade".
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HASH(0x894ea330) étoiles sur 5 Never sounded better than this 12 avril 2006
Par Larry VanDeSande - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Rimsky-Korsakov's kaleidoscopic sea adventure "Scheherazade" is one piece of classical music that, more than most others, screams for the highest level of sonic production. The classic Reiner-Chicago Symphony version gets it in this SACD treatment. The sound is more vivid here than I can ever recall with great clarity exposing orchestral details -- the snare drum in the third movement and coincidental timpani and cimbal beats in the finale -- never before so apparent in the recording.

This SACD, unlike some other re-releases of RCA classic performances, plays in three channels. I like all this and it sounded wonderful in my living room. I was somewhat disappointed with violins coming from the center right channel, a position opposite of their setting in orchestral format. Still this is an update of a classic performance of the music that is still considered by some critics the benchmark in this music.

The makeweight Stravinksy piece is a delightful 22 minute excursion into that composer's fine mind. Hearing that music for the first time on this recording, I made a quick link between this and the film music of Bernard Herrmann in the way both composers used portamento strings for effect, as opposed to musical value.

Having said this, I still think the best version of Rimsky-Korsakov's wonderful music goes to either of the modern recordings led by Leopold Stokowski, a conductor with far more imagination and influence on musicians than the stern and hard-driving Reiner, who was often hated while respected by his players.

Stokowski's two modern stereo versions -- on the Decca/London label with the London Symphony and on BMG/RCA with the Royal Philharmonic -- are both superior readings, in my opinion. Stoki leads a more leisurely and luxuriant adventure than Reiner, a noted literalist with great projection. While Reiner focuesd on orchestral detail, precision playing and generating excitement in big moments, I think Stokowski's renderings are more in tune with the romantic nature of this wonderful music.

Stoki's Decca/London reading was re-released a few years back to much critical accalim. I believe the BMG/RCA recording is a more "Russian" rendering of the music. Both recordings are in manufactured sound, meaning the recordings were made with many microphones and mixed by the conductor and technicians to present a personalized Stokowski sound that may or may not reflect reality. In this respect, the Reiner recording is far more honest.

Whether or not the Reiner-Chicago rendering is your favorite or one you've never sampled, there can be no question this is a classic performance that sounds better than ever in its current dressing.
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HASH(0x894ea768) étoiles sur 5 Better than ever! 9 septembre 2006
Par Dick K - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
What a treat for the ears!

The Living Stereo series was wonderful then and it's even better now. This hybrid SACD has fantastic sound quality and, thankfully, is completely true to both music and the original recording. Originally recorded in "3 channel stereo" that's what you get here--no, there's nothing in the rear channels of the surround mix but that's exactly the way it should be. Taken directly from the nearly 50-year old (!) masters, the engineers did nothing at all to the sound except digitize and transfer each track to the SACD/CD master. Nothing added, nothing subtracted. And the quality of those masters is astounding--clear, bright and full. No tape hiss. No loss of highs. Just wonderful music expertly performed.

Dissapointed you're only getting 3 channels and not 5-7? Don't be. You'll hear musicians across the broad but shallow Chicago Symphony Hall just as the engineers heard them in the recording sessions in 1960 and 1956. And those musicians are superb, particularly to my ears, on the Sheherazade portion. This is an excellent orchestra caught at its prime resulting in a truly world-class performance of this well known and well loved music.

In short, get this CD! Even if you don't have a universal player now, the 2 channel transfer is equally good, a faithful recreation of a classic LP. And if you can play the SACD layer so much the better because for the first time you'll hear exactly what was recorded and what the engineers heard in nearly 50 years ago.
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HASH(0x894ea750) étoiles sur 5 Historic -- the best Scheherazade ever! Details follow... 29 mars 2008
Par Patrick W. Crabtree - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Scheherazade is performed a LOT. Fritz Reiner was well-aware of this fact in 1960 when he conceived this historic recording. As a consequence, he fostered no desire to yield just another run-of-the-mill performance. Here's a blurp from the notes which explains his subsequent efforts more fully:

"Some weeks before the actual recording was made, most of the existing recordings of the music were studied, re-studied, judged and re-judged. The best were very good, but short of that perfection for which all mortals strive. One version reveled in buttery sound and not always accurate execution; another proferred razor-sharp execution and equally ear-rending decibel content; still a third beckoned you from afar with a 'concert-hall' pickup, and so it went. To capture the Arabian temptress in all her glittering changes was not a simple task...

Once each of the facets of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra was heard [referring to the lengthy orchestra practice sessions], music making was in order. During the morning session the first two movements were recorded, the last two during the afternoon period. Throughout the six hours required, there was constant exhortation by Dr. Reiner to the men in the orchestra 'to play with glow, not perspiration'. The performance had to be supple and sensuous, the sound alternately to shimmer and stun, with clarity in its definition, sonority and intensity in its climaxes."

Folks, this is about as perfect as it's ever going to get.

Just to follow up, the 1956 recording of Stravinsky's "Song of the Nightingale" is also quite good and is a piece that, in this level of quality, isn't all that easy to find. And it's also a perfect second, complementary piece to Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade".

This is an ADD recording/CD.

A must-have for collectors and a superb choice for all others.
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HASH(0x894eac18) étoiles sur 5 Listen in COMPLETE Surround--if you dare 14 novembre 2008
Par Classico - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hear a new revelation in sound with this SACD.

RCA originally recorded this in 1960 using 3 channels. That makes this recording nearly 50 years old. Don't let that fool you. This is an EXCEPTIONAL recording. The fidelity is remarkable. It is not flawless and the highs can have a bit of an edge. Also, crashes on the cymbal occasionally overload the left channel. But the spatial aspects of this recording defy its half century age. In the 3 channel presentation there is a presence and dimensionality too often missing in more recent recordings. There exists a soundstage that extends beyond the left and right speakers and there is a depth of sound where the instruments have height combined with front to back spatial integration creating a convincing 3D image.

The performance itself is stellar. I have the SACD of the Kirov Orchestra recorded in 2002. The great Russian (actually Ossetian) conductor Valery Gergiev gives an invigorating reading of this score, but for me the orchestra lacks the finish of the CSO under Reiner. Reiner's performance has a mystery, that Gergiev lacks. And Reiner has fire and passion that explodes across the stage. For me, Reiner gives the definitive reading of this magnificent score.

The following FOR SACD AUDIOPHILES ONLY--
BUT--if you really want to launch your rocket, try putting your SACD player in 2 CHANNEL mode and switching your receiver into Dolby PLIIx music mode. With this setup (this ONLY works if your player AND receiver are connected via HDMI cable) you will get the full SACD dynamic range expertly and convincingly distributed into your 5.1, 6.1, or 7.1 surround system. Suddenly you are not just listening from the audience, but you are quite literally in the middle of the orchestra. Now if you are a purist you will never go there, but if you want a really involving experience (and you have the system to pull it off) give this a spin. WARNING: If you try listening this way, going back will somehow sound a little FLAT. And MORE, you might even dare try this with regular CDs or other 2/3 channel SACDs. I promise, you will Hear a new revelation in sound with this SACD.
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