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Siegfried Import

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  • CD (1 janvier 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 3
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005BI6O
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A very special Siegfried because of Karajan, with a few reeservations 31 mai 2011
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur Amazon.com
Disputes with the powers that be at Bayreuth cased Karajan to abandon the festival after two years at the beginning of the postwar era. For a long time the pirate versions of his Ring performances were either scarce or non-existent. Now we have a good-sounding mono version of Siegfried that tells us what we missed when Karajan left. I'd challenge anyone to produce a better conducted account from the studio or a live performance. The cast is the same that cycled through Bayreuth for a number of years in the Fifties; in fact, it is almost identical to the cast assembled for Knapperstsbusch's now-famous Gotterdammerung released by Testament with much fanfare.

That was a professional recording made by Decca but unreleased. This release sounds nowhere near as good, yet it's clear, honest broadcast mono. Singers walk closer to the microphone and farther away, but that is rarely distracting. Every role is well filled. As much as the age of Flagstad and Melchior was lamented at the time, the Fifties produced an astonishing depth of Wagner singers in Germany, with a few infiltrations from America as the decade progressed. Astrid Varnay is in prime voice for Brunnhilde's awakening scene, and she is able to adapt to Karajan's slow, mesmerizing pace. The Siegfried is Bernd Aldenhoff, who bothered me in Gotterdammmerung, to the point that he spoiled the whole recording. Now I wonder why I over=reacted. His is a powerful, musical portrayal. Sample the hero's musing as he sits alone during the Forest Murmurs scene; Aldenhoff is softly tender and quite moving -- perhaps he was inspired by his own unfortunate childhood, spent in various orphanages. The forging scene doesn't find him over-parted, either. the essential drawback is that his vice is quite unbeautiful when he sings at forte or above, and at times the interpretation is a bit wooden. But I owe Aldenhoff an apology -- he's more than satisfactory.

As the Wanderer Bjorling sings with authority and deep, solid tones, but he misses the depth of Wotan's character. It's not a fatal flaw in this set; I would rank this portrayal above, say, Ferdinand Frantz's or Josef Greidl's. All of them strike me as natural, barrel-chested Fafners and Hundings who are over-reaching as Wotan. But good as this cast is, the real attraction is Karajan's incomparable abilities in the pit. Rivals from this era, including Knappertsbusch and clemens Krauss, sound like fumbling time-beaters set beside the shaping hand that Karajan holds over every phrase. which brings me to the most serious reservation I have about this set. The orchestra has not been given its own microphone, and therefore the covered pit at Bayreuth yields a muffled, distant sound. The thrilling horn calls that awaken the dragon sound as if they are coming from the bottom of a well. Only when the singers are silent do we get a reasonable picture of the instrumental part.

I don't know how to balance the pluses and minuses; each listener will have to make his own judgment. given how well the cast sings, I am willing to lean forward to hear the orchestra, so beguiling is Karajan's leadership. But then, I've always put the conductor on an equal footing wit the singers in any Wagner opera.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The best conducted "Siegfried" you'll ever hear but in dim sound 7 juin 2011
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this set having read previous enthusiastic reviews here, knowing that I always enjoyed Sigurd Björling's tireless, metallic Heldenbariton in the live EMI recording of the Third Act of "Die Walküre" and having a great appreciation of Karajan's way with Wagner in the early 50's - especially his classic "Tristan und Isolde" from 1952.

However, I feel it's only fair to warn other prospective buyers that the mono sound here really is very dim - and even deteriorates further in Act 3, when both voices and orchestra become distant and distorted. You can still hear how vibrant and alert Karajan's direction is and how sterling are the singers - but you have to be a dedicated devotee of both Wagner and Karajan to appreciate it.

Aldenhoff is more than adequate, especially in his more reflective moments in the forest, but there is a hard, unattractive edge and a bleat to his top notes. He yells a bit but we can forgive this given the superhuman demands Wagner makes on his tenor. Varnay is superb: huge, warm and heroic of voice with ringing top notes but she can be heard in equally fine form as Brünnhilde for Krauss, Knapperstbusch and Keilberth in somewhat better sound, especially if you buy the Pristine Audio release of "Siegfried". Nonetheless, the climactic duet at the end of the opera really delivers. Paul Kuen is sly and competent as Mime but others are better. When all's said and done, the chief reason to buy this is to hear Karajan's masterly pacing.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good Siegfried---much preferred than DG remake 15 octobre 2007
Par Sir Butternut Longsword - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this after hearing the Wotan of Sigurd Bjorling on EMi\Karajn Walkure Actiii. I was not disappointed. Bjorling is fantastic as the wanderer with a very lyrical voice, kind of like James Morris but with more bass. The sound is fine considering the age, though in mono for those not used to historical recordings. The only semi-issue is than Elmenhopf is not a top notch Siegfried, but compared to todays options, he would be a godsend.
DOnt hesitate if you are a fan of the ring or Karajan, especially if yo are a fan of Karajans Wagner because it is nice to compare-a la his 52 Tristan to his EMI remake or his 52 Meistersinger to his EMI remake-though in all cases with the exception of Parsifal due I prefer the earlier effort. Though his Die Walkure and Rhinegold are excellent.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly recomedable Siegfried! 8 juillet 2006
Par Robert Ryczek - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have the Walhall edition of the recording of this evening.
The sound is comparable to the Tristan und Isolde from Bayureuth `52 with Karajan.
Strong points of this recording are Varnay Brunhilde (known well from Crauss Ring) and Wanderer from Siguird Bjorling (AMAZING!! very strong voice, and meaningfull). Bernddt Aldenhoff can't stand comparision with Wingassen, but is stil very comanding. What is the most rewarding is the Karajan conducting - strong an purposefull, vivid and spontaneous. Orchestral playing is gorgeous, splendid. Simply the best proof, that Karajan was GREAT at that time !! (the same full, forcefull, urgent, spontaneus and impulsive conducting as Meistersinger the same year and '52 Tristan; the best period in conductor career, I think). Highly recomendable, one of my favorite Siegfrieds!!! Very superior to the DG Karajan studio recording!!!
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