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Strauss: Sinfonia Domestica & Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche

3 mars 2003 | Format : MP3

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HASH(0x99925ab0) étoiles sur 5 Sawallisch and Strauss make a white-hot team 13 juin 2002
Par Bruce Hodges - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
From the opening chords of the "Festive Prelude for Organ and Large Orchestra," you can feel the sense of occasion here. This is an imposing score, which in a little more than ten minutes offers a huge serving of Straussian sweep and grandeur. Since this piece does not appear to be widely available on CD, this would be well worth having just for this memorable performance alone. The response of the audience at the end only confirms the excitement.
The recording was done at Suntory Hall in Tokyo, which (apparently) has terrific acoustics and a spectacular organ. In this environment, the Philadelphia Orchestra sounds magnificent, and it is a treat to hear the group perform outside its former home, the elegant, venerable Academy of Music. (Although granted, sound engineers have worked wonders there over the years to overcome the Academy's dryness.)
At least one of the other two pieces is much better known: "Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks," given a very fine performance here. The "Sinfonia Domestica" is disdained by some as sub-standard Strauss, but perhaps this performance will make nay-sayers reconsider. Certainly for anyone who loves the composer there are many passages to enjoy, and Sawallisch and the orchestra really know how to sell this music.
Contrary to a comment by a reviewer below, for me the "live" aspect of this CD is quite thrilling. If the sound is not quite up to the finest studio standards, it isn't far off, and any sonic shortcomings are decisively offset by the electricity of the musicians.
Whether you like the entire program or are merely curious about the "Prelude," this CD is a terrific example of one of America's great orchestras showing off for an enthusiastic audience. It makes pretty inspiring listening.
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HASH(0x98a7e660) étoiles sur 5 Gorgeous Strauss by Sawallisch and Philadelphia Orchestra 1 avril 2002
Par John L. Turner MD - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first of the widely-acclaimed R. Strauss CDs conducted by the greatest living Strauss-conductor, Wolfgang Sawallisch, with the Philadelphia Orchestra, which Sawallisch has restored to its' Stokowski-Ormandy splendor. This recording consists of concert performances in Suntory Hall, Tokyo. Any "quibbles" one might have can be ascribed to the all-too-common EMI Producer, "Balance"-Engineer, the Choice of Editors, and the sound of the organ used (hardly what Strauss would have imagined). Other CDs in the Strauss series include: "Ein Heldenleben"; the Oboe Concerto with Richard Woodhams; "Four Last Songs" and several orchestrated songs with Barbara Hendricks; "Burleske" for Piano and Orchestra with Emanuel Ax; "Don Juan"; and "... Zarathustra". Sawallisch wanted to continue the Strauss recordings beyond those made, including "Death and Transfiguration", "Eine Alpenfonie", "Macbeth", orchestral excerpts from "Capriccio", "Aus Italien", "Metamorphosen", and more of the late works, including the Duet-Concertino for Clarinet and Bassoon. EMI refused; perhaps that is not a bad thing: affiliation with Andante.com; resumption of broadcasts in 1997 (now on PBS); taping and transfer to CD-R (Audio); and Sawallisch's astonishing vigor and programming have added to my CD collection! It's EMI's loss! John Turner, MD
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HASH(0x994474b0) étoiles sur 5 Magnificent Orchestral Colour & Organ Thrilling Sound 21 avril 2002
Par James Michael Scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First hearing of this recording (the opening band, Festival Prelude for Orchestra & Organ) was on a local Public Radio fund-raising evening, and the sound was so thrilling that I had to pull over on the interstate beltway and stop the car to hear the detail more clearly. Total surprise (in addition to the splendid playing) was the applause at the end of the opening band. Didn't know until then that this was a Live recording. Exceptional orchestral colour, sweeping and grand "old style" conducting pacing. One of the finest live recordings that I own. This was removed from the EMI catalog for some time, shortly after I bought my first copy of this CD. Very pleased that it is now available again.
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HASH(0x989bfb94) étoiles sur 5 A Perfect Strauss Concert 26 avril 2007
Par David A. Wend - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a recording of concerts given in Suntory Hall, Tokyo by the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1993, and with Strauss expert Wolfgang Swallisch at the held we are in for a memorable performance.

The CD begins with the seldom heard Festliches Praludium (1913), scored for an immense orchestra with a virtuoso organ part. The piece was written for the Vienna Konzerthaus and is a grandly orchestrated, dramatic overture that is indeed perfect for consecrating a building or opening a concert. I happened to hear the Festliches Praludium played on the radio and immediately went in search of the recording. There is a hint, to my ears anyway, of the later Josephs Legende in the music.

A joyous performance of Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche (1894) follows. The Philadelphia plays beautifully and the music comes off with humor and perfect precision, like someone telling a story. The final work is the Sinfonia Domestica (1904), written by Strauss to immortalize himself and his family. The music describes in detail life in the Strauss family beginning with Strauss himself returning home, themes describing his wife Pauline and his son, a love scene between Strauss and his wife and the familiar quarrel music that had its beginning in the quarrel scene in Salome between Herod and Herodias. The symphony is beautifully played by the Philadelphia Orchestra with care taken over subtle shadings and tempi to convey the right mood and colors. Wolfgang Swallisch contributed a short essay on the Sinfonia Domestica for the booklet that describes the "action" in some detail.

I read the complaints of one reviewer concerning the fact these are live performances and that there are some distracting noises, aside from applause at the end of each work there is nothing to disturb the listener. The recording quality is first class and is beautifully balanced and clear.
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HASH(0x98c74f84) étoiles sur 5 Magnificent ! 29 avril 2001
Par biko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a live recording in Suntory Hall, Tokyo where I personally deem a better place for sound effect than Philadelphia Hall. The legendary "Philadelphia Sound" is thoroughly revealed along with heartfelt warmth in this CD. In " Festive Prelude" the tempo is well controlled under the baton and the excitement are always there. The "Sinfonia Domestica" is also played with refinement and nobility. In view of the rare combination of the recording location and the orchestra, this is a must-have for anyone who is interested in these repertoires.
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