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Songs Without Words

6 mars 2000 | Format : MP3

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Par jacqueslefataliste COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 30 décembre 2012
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La sensibilité pudique et pourtant fervente de Murray Perahia est idéalement accordée aux si beaux "Lieder ohne Worte" de Mendelssohn.

Ici, plutôt que de jouer plusieurs cahiers dans leur intégralité (Mendelssohn a composé 8 cahiers contenant chacun 6 pièces), Perahia a construit un très beau programme autour de l'idée de chant sans paroles - chant dont on a retiré les paroles (Bach et Schubert), mais aussi chant d'emblée conçu sans paroles (Mendelssohn):

- d'abord, 4 chorals de Bach transcrits pour le piano par Busoni;

- ensuite, une sélection de 15 Lieder ohne Worte de Mendelssohn, choisis parmi les différents cahiers;

- enfin, 4 lieder de Schubert transcrits pour le piano par Liszt.

Tout au long de ce programme magnifique, le piano chante éperdument et nous transporte et nous émeut constamment.

Un récital discret, peu médiatisé, mais d'une beauté envoûtante.
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Les romances sans paroles sont peu jouée et pourtant ce cycle recèle de nombreuses perles. Perahia nous offre une des plus grandes interpétation d'un florilège de ces pièces précédées de transcription de Bach sublime. La filiation Bach Mendelssohn est natirelle (Mendelssohn fait redécouvrir à son époque le génie de Bach, tembé dans l'oubli !). Un disque pour le poésie du jeu de Perahia.
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Achat effectué suite à l'écoute d'une émission de France Musique, rediffusée cet été. Une interprétation toute en douceur (pour Mendelssohn) et pleine de romantisme.
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pour quelqu'un comme moi qui ne connait pas grand chose en musique classique, ce disque est un régal ! une suite de chanson sans paroles.
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HASH(0x94751c48) étoiles sur 5 A wonderful program of delightful and important music 16 juin 2002
Par Craig Matteson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This disk is a bit of a rarity in modern recording. It isn't a disk of a single work or series of works. It isn't the WHOLE of the Mendelssohn "Songs Without Words". Instead it opens with four of the wonderful Busoni transcriptions of Bach organ preludes. Perahia played these four here in Ann Arbor along with the Bach "Goldberg Variations" and it was a GREAT night. His playing here is at its most poetic and is full of colors (don't mistake this for being colorful in the sense of being eccentric - think rather in terms of a rich palette of sounds).
The middle section has 15 of the best of the Mendelssohn "Songs Without Words". I know that many think him not one of the great ones and that Mendelssohn's reputation has slipped in the past thirty years. But I think this is very wrong. I urge you to get to know his music and to try and hear it with fresh ears. These pieces are a very nice place to start. There is a great deal to love in these pieces and if you can play the piano dust off this music and play them. They are much fun and reward the effort.
The disk ends with four Liszt transcriptions of Schubert Lieder. Well, I know and love these pieces and have peformed the "Staendchen" several times. It is WONDERFUL. These performances of these transcriptions show off the genius of three wonderful musicians - Schubert and Liszt and Perahia. "Auf dem Wasser zu singen" is one of my favorite songs.
You might want to pick up the first volume of the Ian Bostridge recordings of the Schubert songs to here the originals of some of these and to read the words. Very moving and Liszt does a lot to tell their story with his transcriptions. It isn't just for show show, even if it does add to the original. But this was authentic nineteenth century performance practice.
Perahia is never a showy pianist, but he always seems to have all the virtuosity he needs. He never seems to be walking a tightrope and teasing us that he might fall. Instead he overwhelms us with his poetic heart and lyrical playing. He has power, but like all great pianists he makes us feel he has more in reserve (he may not, but he never sounds like he is hitting the wall). And he doesn't ever make ugly sounds on the piano. I love his playing. I have been fortunate to hear him play live several times over the past couple of decades and it has always been a complete delight. Just like this wonderful disk.
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HASH(0x94751c9c) étoiles sur 5 Lyrical Masterpieces Played with Wonderful Discernment 24 février 2001
Par Christopher Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I didn't know what to expect when I bought this recording, since I had only heard one of the twenty three selections presented here before. Overall I found it to be a true revelation, and I've listened to it many times since with growing pleasure. In selecting these pieces, it seems that Perahia has given himself a well-deserved break from taking on heavyweight interpretations of Handel and Bach, and a relaxed, unselfconscious pleasure shines through in his playing. With his understated elegance and crystalline tone, you couldn't ask for a better interpreter.
Although the recording is named after the selections from the Mendelssohn pieces of the same name, the real highlights for me are the Bach and Schubert transcriptions done by Busoni and Liszt respectively. With the Bach you have some glorious organ works infused with subtle touches of late-nineteenth century romanticism, which fleshes them out just a little without diminishing their highly refined qualities. All four selections are serene masterpieces, beautifully executed. The Schubert transcriptions however, are a wonder, pure and simple. I don't know Schubert's songs, but have most of his Sonatas and all of his Impromptus and Moments Musicaux. With these four pieces, I feel like I've discovered another set of Impromptus, because they have all the unbounded lyricism and deceptive mood changes that make the Impromptus such masterpieces. It seems to me that Liszt remained very faithful to the spirit and sublime simplicity of Schubert's melodies here, eschewing the romantic flourishes and breathtaking technical demands that characterize his own compositions. Once I heard these pieces, I was reminded too that Perahia is a superb exponent of Schubert, with his recording of the Impromptus being among the very best. The Mendelssohn complements the other selections very well, and I'm glad this recording introduced me to them, but they are comparatively light compared to the Bach and Schubert transcriptions. They seem to fall somewhere between Chopin's Nocturnes and some of his Etudes and Preludes, but on the whole they don't have the same kind of atmospheric drama that Chopin could conjure forth in the space of a few minutes. Still, I can't really fault Mendelssohn here simply because he's not quite a Bach, a Schubert, or a Chopin. So buy this recording--it's incredibly soothing and meditative without being in any way superficial, and it'll bring a lot of listening pleasure.
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HASH(0x947590f0) étoiles sur 5 Without words, but with soul... 18 mai 2000
Par G. Percia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Excellent effort from one of today's greatest pianists. For me the true findings of this record are the Bach/Busoni transcriptions, elegant, beautiful and simple at the same time. They alone are worth the price, but the Mendelssohn pieces are extremelly well played also, and the Liszt pieces remind us once again of the supreme master of this art.
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HASH(0x947594bc) étoiles sur 5 An enjoyable recital, even though the Mendlessohn is a bit brisk. 25 février 2008
Par William J. Finn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Very nicely recorded, the acoustics of the recording I mean. Perahia's playing, especially in the Songs Without Words seems to me however to be more of a very rehearsed run-through. True, these little pieces of Mendlessohn are not usually considered in the same caliber as, for example Robert Schumann's piano music, but there are other recordings of the Songs where perhaps a more romantic approach is heard, and that is probably what these pieces are about. There are nuances in the music that seem a bit glossed-over in this very brief sampling.

If you are interested in hearing more of the Songs Without Words by Felix Mendlessohn, I might recommend the Luba Edlina recording on Chandos. She may not have the robust pyrotechnics of Perahia, but she more than makes up for that by paying a little closer attention to the dynamics of each piece.
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HASH(0x94759468) étoiles sur 5 Without words, but with soul... 18 mai 2000
Par G. Percia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Excellent effort from one of today's greatest pianists. For me the true findings of this record are the Bach/Busoni transcriptions, elegant, beautiful and simple at the same time. They alone are worth the price, but the Mendelssohn pieces are extremelly well played also, and the Liszt pieces remind us once again of the supreme master of this art.
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