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Symphonie N°2 - Introduction Et Allegro Pour Cordes, Op.47


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Page Artiste Edward Elgar


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  • Compositeur: Elgar Edward
  • CD (22 novembre 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Hallé
  • ASIN : B0002SVFOA
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Disque : 1

  1. Introduction And Allegro For Strings
  2. Song
  3. I. Allegro Vivace E Nobilmente
  4. II. Larghetto
  5. III. Rondo (Presto)
  6. IV. Moderato E Maestoso

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HASH(0x9048f5dc) étoiles sur 5 Elder: The Finest Interpreter of Elgar Symphony 2! 11 avril 2010
Par Victor Ochoa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had the great fortune that, on April 3, 2010, I attended a performance of Sir Edward Elgar's Symphony Number 2 conducted by Sir Mark Elder (of the Halle Orchestra) by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. It is, to my recollection, one of the best, if not the best, performance of music I have ever attended. Mark Elder's interpretation of this most difficult yet most lovely symphony is by far the most sensitively handled and the most accomplished. It was indeed a stunning revelation.
First, I would be remiss were I not to assert that Sir Mark Elder freely reveals and exudes a love for music that I have never seen in a conductor. He adores it, is not afraid to show it, however properly 'English' he is. Sir Mark Elder is a truly loving human being.
This being said, the recording by the Halle Orchestra and Sir Mark Elder of Elgar's Symphony Number 2 is, in my estimation, the best I have ever heard.
I have two other recordings. One is by the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Georg Solti. This is a fine recording and as a denizen of Illinois I am indeed a great fan of Solti, long-time conductor of the CSO, though indeed the recording is flawed. The effort is simply too much willed into being, an effort of will, the sound forced, the result not entirely beautiful. It is a less than natural interpretation simply because the performers 'will' a perfection into existence, when such a venture is destined to be not entirely successful. The Penguin Guide to Music says that this recording by Solti/LPO is the finest, yet I do beg to differ. Elder's recording with the Halle Orchestra is superior. It is, indeed, a perfect recording of a most difficult piece of music. It is not willed to be, but is simply a musical expression filled with a great tenderness and love, and deep respect for the letter of the music.
I also have a recording of Jeffery Tate conducting the Symphony Number 2 with the London Symphony Orchestra. This is a fine recording, as is the Solti. It is a grand attempt at making the piece breathe, with an infusion of tenderness not unlike that of Sir Mark Elder's. But again, there is here, as there is with the Solti recording, a forced quality which, inversely, results in a sometimes ragtag result.
Indeed, Sir Mark Elder is the finest interpreter of this most vexing yet most beautiful piece of music.
If you have not been to a performance of music conducted by Sir Mark Elder, let me tell you that you must schedule one as soon as you are able. He is that good!
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HASH(0x9048f4ec) étoiles sur 5 Sensitive and Beautiful Performances 9 juin 2008
Par David A. Wend - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have heard the electric recording of the Second Symphony made by Sir Edward Elgar many times and also have a copy of a recording by Sir Malcolm Sargant, but I was interested in a performance that is sonically more up-to-date. This recording by the Halle Orchestra, conducted by Mark Elder, caught my attention from my having attended a concert conducted by Mr. Elder. I noticed that the timings for each movement were slower than Elgar's own recording of the symphony but tempi can be very fluid in Elgar's music and not an indication that the performance was dragging. That is the case with this recording. Rather than sounding a bit slow the music is beautifully phrases and played with great feeling.

The Halle are magnificent in this performance. The first movement is noble played with great energy and the "Ghost" theme has the mysterious sound that I have come to expect. The second movement is sensitively played and has a sweet melancholy as if recalling happy events long past: the movement had its genesis from the death of a close friend. The Rondo is well played with, nicely expressing the restless quality of the music and the drums and brass in the middle section of the movement are not overly loud. The Finale returns to the noble music of the first movement but as the music develops it is more of consolation and the tempo slows to express Elgar's "passionate pilgrimage of the soul." The performance is beautifully phrased and the recording balance is superb.

The Introduction and Allegro (for string orchestra) of 1905 is included as the first work on the disc and is beautifully played. Elgar quoted from Cymbeline, "Smiling with a sigh" to describe this work and these words truly describe this performance. The CD also includes Mark Elder reading Shelly's poem "Song" which Elgar quoted in the score of the Second Symphony.
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HASH(0x9048fdb0) étoiles sur 5 The best of Elgar, superlatively played 24 février 2015
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Having eulogised the recording of the First Symphony and "In the South" by the same forces, I was naturally eager to sample this companion issue and I was not disappointed. The quality of conducting and playing is superlative; Elder clearly loves his Elgar and his direction is warm, flexible and impassioned; he elicits extraordinary richness and homogeneity of sound from this revitalised orchestra. Elder's approach might seem leisurely from a cursory glance at the timings but he is anything but - and you can hear his exhortatory grunts, urging on his players to give Elgar's more impassioned passages plenty of attack.

I am no chauvinist but I am increasingly convinced that Elgar's place is amongst the greatest composers and the music here is my witness. A lovely bonus to the music is Elder's sensitive and expressive reading of the Shelley poem which inspired the composer. Obviously the symphony itself is the main offering, but just as I derive as much pleasure from "Alassio", which partners the First Symphony, as I do the main work on that CD, the magnificent "Introduction and Allegro" re-asserts its claim as a great and unusually scored masterwork.

Elder and the Hallé Orchestra capture the mixture of bravura, bravado and deep melancholy of Elgar's beautiful melodies paying especial attention to rubato and dynamics, thereby avoiding too much Edwardian pompousness and instead underlining the complexity of Elgar's sound world. The recording is exemplary. This is a worthy companion piece to the other highly successful recording.
HASH(0x907f9e04) étoiles sur 5 A Beautiful Recording of Elgar's Second Symphony!!!! 28 février 2015
Par A/Burrows - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a most beautiful recording of Elgar's Second Symphony by the Halle Orchestra and conducted by Sir Mark Elder. It was recorded in 2003 on the Halle's own label in rich clear sound, making it even more attractive to listen to. I must admit to underrating Elgar's Second Symphony whereas I have always loved his First Symphony, which does get performed more live of course. Sir Mark draws out playing of real strength and passion from the Halle players, especially in the strings and woodwinds. I particularly like the first movement, which is very affecting and moving, as is the end of the last movement which is handled very well.
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