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Scheherazade/Mer Import

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  • CD (4 octobre 1991)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000003F6N
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Disque : 1

  1. Scheherzade, Op.35: The Sea And Sinbad's Ship
  2. Scheherzade, Op.35: The Story Of The Kalender Prince
  3. Scheherzade, Op.35: The Young Prince And The Young Princess
  4. Scheherzade, Op.35: Festival in Bagdad;The Sea;The Ship Goes To Pieces On A Rock Surmounted By A Bronze Warrior (Shipwreck); Conclusion
  5. La Mer: From Dawn Till Noon On The Sea
  6. La Mer: Play Of The Waves
  7. La Mer: Dialogue Of The Wind And The Sea

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HASH(0x8f4e2024) étoiles sur 5 The sexiest Scheherazade you will ever hear 12 juillet 1999
Par CalCruisin - Publié sur Amazon.com
There is no doubt it: this is the Schererazade to own. Fritz Reiner with the CSO playing in the old Chicago Hall with its wonderful resonance cannot be matched.
Some will argue that the digital recording of Sir Charles Mackerras and the LSO is much better. And they are right. But what is a good recording without a great performance? The LSO plays this romantic Russian piece straight up, without passion!
Listen to the second movement of both recordings, and see how the swagger of the Kalendar Prince in the second movement is lost to Sir Charles, but comes through with such savoir faire with Reiner.
Or listen to the solo violinist with Chicago pull the last ounce of drama out of the first movement.
Or listen to the third movement with the prince and princess in the garden, and feel the romance that Reiner brings out. This is the sexiest Scheherazade you will ever hear.
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HASH(0x8f4e242c) étoiles sur 5 From the Golden Age of Stereo 29 juillet 2007
Par Moldyoldie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (d. 1908) was a master of orchestral color and it's no more exemplified than in his popular warhorse suite Scheherazade. Hungarian conductor Fritz Reiner, unlike Charles Munch in Boston, was a stern taskmaster in rehearsal who according to several accounts would often berate and abuse wayward orchestra members. Still, this discipline made the Chicago Symphony one of the great orchestras of the world, perhaps the finest in America along with Cleveland, a reputation that holds to this day. Likewise, this must be one of the truly great recorded performances of this oft recorded work -- filled with hair-raising excitement, meltingly beautiful solo work, and incredible orchestral virtuosity -- all captured in a recording that can stand comparison with the very best ever made of this work, even after close to half a century.

Reiner's recording of La Mer by Claude Debussy, also unlike Munch's (see my review), is "painted" in primary colors instead of pastels. The unfolding daybreak is shimmeringly clear; the swells and ebbs of the sea are defined with powerful and precise ensemble; orchestral details obscured in Munch's recording are clearly divined amidst the swirling clamor and excitement. This is not a seascape painted by Monet! Like most great works, La Mer can probably stand a variety of approaches; what it probably can't stand is an uncommitted performance since its outward simplicity is deceptive. With its blending colors and constantly shifting dynamics, this must be extremely difficult to perform convincingly as it certainly is here.
HASH(0x8f6923f0) étoiles sur 5 Classic Korsakov and More 22 février 2014
Par J. R. Trtek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Top billing on this disc goes to the performance of Scheherazade, justifiably considered one of the best recordings of the work ever, if not literally at the top of the heap. From over half a century, this rendition is vivid and powerful, sounding wonderfully clear across the decades. There are other excellent recordings of it, I'm sure, but I've never bothered to investigate them after hearing this one. Its companion here is a performance of Debussy's La Mer, also with the Chicago Symphony, that is no slouch, either, and it joins other recordings conducted by Bernard Haitink, Jos Van Immerseel and Jean Martinon among my favorite versions. As with the Rimsky-Korsakov, the sound is marvelous, given the age of the recording. A highly recommended pairing.
HASH(0x8f4e24a4) étoiles sur 5 Legendary 11 février 2012
Par Colloredo von Salzburg - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a wonderful account of Scherezade. Magnificent performance
that could stay in the top 3 greatest recordings, besides Beecham and
Markevitch. This is an accurate recommendation.
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