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Stravinsky : Le sacre du printemps - Le roi des étoiles - Pétrouchka

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  • Interprète: Multi-Artistes
  • Orchestre: Boston Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra
  • Chef d'orchestre: Charles Dutoit, Michael Tilson Thomas
  • Compositeur: Igor Stravinsky
  • CD (6 août 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B0009ORGN6
  • Autres versions : CD
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STRAVINSKY : LE SACRE DU PRINTEMPS - LE ROI DES ÉTOILES - PÉTROUCHKA

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Excellentissime interprétation de Michael Tilson Thomas du Sacre. Je connaissais d'autres versions de Stravinsky, cependant là c'est, autant le dire, comme si c'était la première fois que j'écoutais véritablement Le Sacre du Printemps d'une si exceptionnelle qualité musicale. Félicitations.
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Utilisant la partition originale de 1911, Charles Dutoit nous propose un "Petrouchka" délicatement orné, esquissant de subtiles nuances de timbres.
Sans nuire à la mobilité du discours, il tamise les éclairages et évite les couleurs trop vives, ce qui situe la narration dans un décor féerique, qui sera parachevé quelques années plus tard lors de son remake avec le Symphonique de Montréal (Decca).

Mais le clou du disque, c'est ce "Sacre" gravé en 1972 par un jeune chef américain qui livrait là un de ses tous premiers enregistrements : Mickaël Tilson-Thomas dévoilait déjà une exceptionnell maîtrise du grand orchestre.
Il obtient une parfaite cohésion de chaque bloc de pupitres, dont il confronte nettement les individualités sonores.

Sur une rythmique nerveuse et tendue, sa direction révèle une sidérante virtuosité dans l'enchevêtrement des agrégats instrumentaux.
Les bois acidulés se détachent nettement et viennent épicer une pâte de cordes particulièrement nourrie, ce qui nous vaut une "danse sacrale" aussi aiguisée que roborative.

Et quelle discipline chez les cuivres : dans "action rituelle des ancêtres", écoutez la fanfare des cors, tous unis dans un seul souffle !

La polyphonie demeure toujours lisible et spacieuse grâce à l'acoustique tellement phonogénique du Boston Symphony Hall.

En complément de programme : "le Roi des Etoiles", brève cantate symboliste sur un poème de Balmont, pour choeur d'hommes, vents et cuivres, à laquelle l'ambiance lunaire et ésotérique raffinée par Tilson-Thomas ne saurait mieux convenir.

Pour un coup d'essai, c'était un double coup de maître !
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Très bon produit pour un prix très modique.La collection du millénaire est très intéressante.
Je recommanderais ce produit à un ami.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 the playing and conducting on this one is superior, more alive and imaginative 17 septembre 2015
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This is one of those forgotten about recordings that astounds. MTT was a student of both Stravinsky and Bernstein, and, as for the latter's famed early recording, this one is at least its equal. The BSO's playing surpasses that of New York, and the recording is outstanding.. Perhaps an even more pleasant surprise is the Dutoit/LSO Petrouchka. I had his Montreal version for years, but again, the playing and conducting on this one is superior, more alive and imaginative. A must-have for Stravinsky fans. As an aside, if you want another superb example of the early Thomas/BSO combination, try their version of Tchaikovsky's 1st, "Winter Dreams".
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tilson Thomas/BSO+Dutoit/LSO: Stravinsky Rite / Petrouchka: A wowie zowie Rite ... 24 août 2010
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By nearly any imaginable cluster of high sonic and musical standards, this reading of the Rite of Spring ballet score is chock full of vitamins. Tilson Thomas really got a lot from a band which could really deliver whenever it decided to do so: finesse, laser-like edge, and crystalline brilliance. The young Michael Tilson Thomas filled Symphony Hall in Boston with the series of concerts which suggested this recording to DGG in the first place. Crowds of younger rockers populated the audience, a discerning and different sort of listener, not necessarily much drawn to the venerable venue, even by the likes of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Back when the BSO was exclusively recording for RCA, the marketers dubbed the band, The Aristocrat of Orchestras. The power, finesse, and assured brilliance displayed in this reading confirm that tag line, and more, oh so much more. The recording engineers have done a good job of capturing the band in their home, renowned as a musical space for reasons as obvious to the ear as the playing of the band.

I had this on vinyl, first; then on red book CD. I think a special CD-R pressing is also available from arkiv music special projects; but this French edition from DGG also serves up a handsome, spirited reading of the next earlier ballet score, Petrouchka. We are blessed to get Tamas Vasary at the piano, as puppet Petrouchka, and the LSO in a good period, led by Charles Dutoit. To my ears, the Petrouchka does not reach quite so high as the BSO doing Rite; but offers a performance so rich that one seems to quibble by making comparisons.

My own fav Petrouchkas include Sir Charles Mackerras with the LSO, sometimes available in remastered multiple channel super audio, and Robert Craft, also sometimes released in super audio surround sound. Of course I'm keeping this Tilson Thomas Rite, welcomed into the shelf right next to Sir Eugene Goosens with the LSO (in recent DVD-audio), Gustavo Dudamel with the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra, and Esa-Pekka Salonen with Los Angeles in super audio surround sound.

The BSO is simply stunning, not that they ever released a truly horrible recording. But this reading stands tall, right up there with those former discs released in temporary passing when Claudio Abbado had been talked into doing a guest gig in Boston. Presumably, the band back then wanted to impress Abbado with their considerable best; and DGG was again present to capture that high point. Ditto, for this outing under Tilson Thomas. I drenched myself with this music, via my Beyerdyamic DT990 headphones, and believe me, all the rocker fans in that Symphony Hall audience were right to get so carried away. BSO also did a solid reading of Stravinsky's Rite under long-time music director, Seiji Ozawa; but this one takes the cake, easily. A really odd, unusual plus is the brief cantata, King of the Stars, set to a Russian symbolist poetry text. When was the last time you heard that in a live concert?

Grab this one; just listen, listen, listen. Bravo, BSO.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Here at last! 6 août 2008
Par dbphoenix - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I can't recall now why I bought the MTT/BSO version of The Rite of Spring so many years ago (on vinyl). But I've never forgotten the goosebumps when that first chord of Le Roi des Etoiles thundered through my speakers (Le Roi was first on the vinyl, acting as a sort of prologue to Le Sacre; in fact, it's still an awfully good prologue, intentional or otherwise). I had hoped that eventually it would become available on CD, but after thirty years, I'd pretty much given up.

And now here it is.

Not to disparage Dorati in any way, but if you love Le Sacre, you've just got to hear this. It has the most extraordinary power. And now that I finally have it on CD, they'll have to pry it out of my cold, dead hands.

And, yes, that first chord of Le Roi still gives me goosebumps.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I completely agree with the David Camphor 5 avril 2007
Par Robert L. Berkowitz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is almost 1:00 AM and I am downloading to iTunes my own LP-to-CD recording of this GREAT performance of the Rite of Spring and Zvezdoliki ("King of the Stars") and I decided, once again, to see if it had been released on CD yet. To my great delight, it is now out and available. In my limited survey, no other performance of Le Sacre measured up to this great one with Tilson Thomas. My collection includes Valery Gergiev, Pierre Boulez, Simon Rattle, Antal Dorati, and Charles Dutoit -- all acquired in a futile attempt to find a substitute for this performance. I'm so pleased this is now available.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great compilation of Stravinky's music, with excellent performances, not just also-rans 24 janvier 2013
Par R. Nadel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This combination of Stravinsky's music has appeared a few times on DG CDs, and it might not seem like a top contender among so many recordings of the same music, but it is. It's unusual to pair different conductors on one disc of Stravinsky ballets. But, it turned out to be a very good match.

Rite of Spring:

I first heard the Tilson Thomas recording of Rite of Spring while in college, working in record stores in the early 70's. I still have the LP. Critics at the time did not take this disc very seriously. I mean, how could you seriously compare a 20-something conductor from California's San Fernando Valley (dude!) with, say, Pierre Boulez or Pierre Monteux, or Stravinsky himself?

But in the event, you'll understand why Tilson Thomas won the Koussevitsky Prize at 24, was then appointed the associate conductor of the Boston Symphony, why DGG signed him up to make several records in the early 70s, and why he worked with Stravinsky, Copland, and Boulez, on premieres of some of their music while still at university!

His is a propulsive, exciting performance, and the Boston Symphony sound great, very tight. The brass in particular respond to Tilson Thomas, who seems guided by the ballet's narrative, and treats the music almost as symphonic poem, less so as dance. He does not overemphasize sudden tempo changes, but highlights the violence of the rhythms and orchestration. The result is raw, impetuous, unrelentingly energetic. Tilson Thomas was already familiar with this music, inside and out; he recorded the premiere of the 2-piano version with his fellow USC student, Ralph Grierson. Thus, we hear a lot of detail (which I think shows great collaboration between conductor and recording engineers), and Tilson Thomas brings out the textures of this fabric of sounds - although the recording is over 40 years old, the remastered sound is something to marvel at. This is the recording of the Rite of Spring I listen to most often, by far.

Petruska (1947 version):

I had to do a double-take when I first heard this CD, because Dutoit's approach to Petrushka is similar in overall handling to Tilson Thomas' recording of Rite. Dutoit here conducts the London Symphony, not his own Montreal orchestra. But the LSO is a superior orchestra. They play the music as though they know it backward and forward, and as if this was their first time! That sounds paradoxical, but I think credit goes to Dutoit, who conducts an experienced orchestra and finds a way to inspire them. For some reason I usually don't think of Dutoit as one of the *great* conductors. Tamas Vasary, the great Hungarian pianist, is a standout in the solo piano sections, too. Again, the DG recording engineers get part of the credit for the detailed sound, which although ADD is nonetheless totally impressive. This may not be the best Petrushka, I still prefer Boulez' Petrushka, with the New York Philharmonic (1911 version), but it deserves to be compared favorably with them.

Roi des Etoiles (King of the Stars)
This is a gem of a choral work. At the time Tilson Thomas recorded it, it was rare. There have been several other recordings since then. This recording is very good and shows what a range Tilson Thomas already had in his 20s. Although the text is in Russian, the New England Conservatory Chorus handle the music very naturally. Russian singers might be more idiomatic, but I think the American singers do the music justice.

I highly recommend this great compilation disc, the performances are excellent, not merely also-rans.
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