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  • Interprète: Christian Tetzlaff
  • CD (18 avril 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B00151HZ5G
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Disque : 1

  1. Partita violon n3 mi maj bwv1006 gigue sixième mvt
  2. Partita violon n3 mi maj bwv1006 bourree cinquième mvt
  3. Partita violon n3 mi maj bwv1006 menuet quatrième mvt
  4. Partita violon n3 mi maj bwv1006 gavotte troisième mvt
  5. Partita violon n3 mi maj bwv1006 loure deuxième mvt
  6. Partita violon n3 mi maj bwv1006 preludio premier mvt
  7. Sonate n3 ut maj bwv1005 allegro assai quatrième mvt
  8. Sonate n3 ut maj bwv1005 largo troisième mvt
  9. Sonate n3 ut maj bwv1005 fuga deuxième mvt
  10. Sonate n3 ut maj bwv1005 adagio premier mvt
  11. Bach js partita no 2 in d minor bwv1004 V chaconne
  12. Partita n2 re min bwv1004 giga quatrième mvt
  13. Partita n2 re min bwv1004 sarabanda troisième mvt
  14. Partita n2 re min bwv1004 corrente deuxième mvt
  15. Partita n2 re min bwv1004 allemanda premier mvt
  16. Sonate n2 la min bwv1003 allegro quatrième mvt
  17. Sonate n2 la min bwv1003 andante troisième mvt
  18. Sonate n2 la min bwv1003 fuga deuxième mvt
  19. Sonate n2 la min bwv1003 grave premier mvt
  20. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 double quatrième mvt
  21. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 bourree quatrième mvt
  22. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 double troisième mvt
  23. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 sarabande troisième mvt
  24. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 double deuxième mvt
  25. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 corrente deuxième mvt
  26. Partita n1 si min bwv1002 double premier mvt
  27. Partita n1 si min bwv 1002 allemanda premier mvt
  28. Sonate n1 sol min bwv1001 presto quatrième mvt
  29. Sonate n1 sol min bwv1001 siciliana troisième mvt
  30. Sonate n1 sol min bwv1001 fuga deuxième mvt
  31. Sonate n1 sol min bwv1001 adagio premier mvt

Disque : 2

  1. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 2 in d minor bwv1004: I. allemande
  2. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 2 in d minor bwv1004: II. courante
  3. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 2 in d minor bwv1004: III. sarabande
  4. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 2 in d minor bwv1004: IV. gigue
  5. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 2 in d minor bwv1004: V. chaconne
  6. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, sonata no. 3 in c bwv1005: I. adagio
  7. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, sonata no. 3 in c bwv1005: II. fuga
  8. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, sonata no. 3 in c bwv1005: III. largo
  9. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, sonata no. 3 in c bwv1005: IV. allegro assai
  10. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 3 in e bwv1006: I. preludio
  11. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 3 in e bwv1006: II. loure
  12. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 3 in e bwv1006: III. gavotte en rondeau
  13. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 3 in e bwv1006: IV. menuets I & II
  14. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 3 in e bwv1006: V. bourrée
  15. 3 sonatas and 3 partitas bwv1001-1006, partita no. 3 in e bwv1006: VI. gigue

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SONATES & PARTITAS BWV1001-1006


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HASH(0x8be973a8) étoiles sur 5 Unsentimental yet deeply contemplated interpretations 29 décembre 2011
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Christian Tetzlaff's interpretations of Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin are more cerebral than romantic, yet Tetzlaff manages to play with such subtlety and grace that you never mistake him for a machine. His tempos are swift - sometimes swifter than I prefer. Perhaps for this reason its easy to overlook just how little vibrato he is using. His playing is characterized by a pure, clean tone, lively phrasing, subtlety, and spontaneity. He plays the fugues with such ease that they never fall into the "sword slashing" often heard in other recordings. The Adagio of the first sonata is an example of how he can develop incredible tension without resorting to ultra slow tempos. Another noteworthy movement is the second double of the first partita. I doubt you have ever heard it, much less imagined it played like this - blindingly fast but with subtle phrasing and intonation completely intact. Really you can find something interesting about how he plays practically every movement - there is so much artistry to savor here.

The differences between his two recordings, the first for Virgin in 1995 and the second for Haenssler Classics in 2007, are subtle save for one - the recording acoustic. Whereas the earlier recordings on Virgin are given a slight reverberant sheen the latter recordings on Haenssler are presented in an intimate but unforgiving up-close acoustic that accentuates the darker tones of his violin. Sound aside, one might argue that there is just slightly more dynamic and rhythmic subtlety in the second recording and tempos sometimes seem just slightly more relaxed. Sometimes I think I prefer the earlier recording - I find the acoustic to be more beautiful - but then I listen to the latter recording and find so much to enjoy in Tetzlaff's playing.

Those looking for romantic interpretations of the sonatas and partitas, in particular those who tend not to like fast tempos in these works, can safely avoid Tetzlaff's recordings (you might consider James Ehnes on Analekta). Also, I must say that his swift and spare way with this music is best appreciated when complimented by recordings from the opposite end of the spectrum (Milsten, Grumiaux, or Ehnes for example). With those caveats aside I can comfortably say that Tetzlaff's Bach recordings are among the most thoughtful, virtuosic and stimulating I have heard. They have an elusive quality that always beckons me back to listen.
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HASH(0x8c2ceaf8) étoiles sur 5 Christian Tetzlaff - the fondness of immersing into the Great Music 1 décembre 2010
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The solo violin Partitas and Sonatas by Johann Sebastian Bach are a truly cornerstone of the repertory and act as a veritable shibboleth for great violinists. Only a very few are called to tackle them, and even less dispose of the required mastery to convey in a proper manner the deep truths that "the modest cantor of Tomaskirche" encoded in these magnificent scores. It is not sufficient to prove technical skills or keen musical sense on the performer side, otherwise sine qua non conditions. A profound humility in front of this music's greatness, a heartfelt empathy and a genuine joy of "touching" such wonderful harmonies must imbue his/her approach as well. It is about a very subtle blend of meekness at facing a marvel and proud awareness for the privilege of "conversing" with a Titan.

Christian Tetzlaff - definitely, one of the great violinists of our age - exhibits all the needed qualities and knows how to make us feel his fondness of immersing into this musical treasure, instantly rising in us the same fondness. He freshly offers a mind-blowing rendition with simplicity and directness, taking an inward look at the very essence of this truly Great Music in order to outwardly reflect it as a sheer light or a pigeon's soaring or a nostalgic recollection. A version moving to tears that will remain - I am sure, for a long time - as a benchmark in Bach interpretation. Some will luxuriate in his crystal-clear intonation, others in the appropriate gusto that shapes certain fast movements, and others in the solemnity in which slow phrases are conceived, aiming at the religious transcendence and meditation. Beyond all these, one can see here also a deep bow, a humble reverence in front of the greatest master of the contrapuntal style and the belief in music's everlasting beauty.

Truly recommended!
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HASH(0x8bef27f8) étoiles sur 5 wonderful, but not as good as his second cycle of these pieces 22 septembre 2014
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if i'm not mistaken, these are the first recordings of these pieces by tetzlaff, back when he was still playing a stradivarius. i prefer tetzlaff's clean, direct presentation to e.g. the more virtuoso style of grumiaux. tetzlaff's playing is about bach, not about the violinist. tetzlaff recorded these a second time, with a modern violin, but i have not had the chance to do the comparative listening that i'm looking forward to.

edit: just compared the ciaccona's of partita 2 on this earlier, and on the later, recording by tetzlaff. this earlier version is good, but is bit less dance-like in its rhythms. more importantly, it is much harder to follow the multiple voices that bach wrote in these pieces, compared to the later version. i strongly urge you get the later version.Bach, J.S.: Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo [warning- the inserted link goes to the mp3 version. if that's what you want, fine. otherwise, look for the cd. see my review of that version there.]
HASH(0x8c3d3294) étoiles sur 5 Clean, Modern Interpretation 22 février 2013
Par wayne ransier - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A very nice addition to my collection, I like it almost as much as Gidon Kremer's. Fast, cool, and clean styling.
HASH(0x8c2ce390) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 1 octobre 2014
Par David Matthews-jensen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The genius of Johann is captured on this CD.
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