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Symphonie n° 12 - Uirapuru - Mandu-Carara
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Villa-Lobos' Symphony No. 12, his last, was completed on his 70th birthday and shows no lessening of his powers, marrying symphonic craftsmanship with explosive energy, harmonic richness, and rhythmic vitality; a fitting summation of his symphonic canon. Uirapuru is one of his most original works, couched in a modernism that teems with colour and creates a specifically Brazilian sound world without drawing on folkloric elements, whilst Mandu-Çarará is a notably inventive, lush, and exciting but little-known secular cantata. Carl St Clair and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra have recorded all Villa-Lobos' symphonies. They are available in a 7-CD boxed set, or singly No.12, which is in our release, is coupled with Symphony No.4 on CPO999525, which was released in 2001 but is still in print. Uirapurù is one of his best-known works, known from Eduardo Mata's recording on Sono Luminus in 1995 with the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra, though this was coupled with other Latin American ballet scores not by Villa-Lobos. It was released on the same label in 2009. Its most internationally-famed recording however remains that by Stokowski. Mandu-Çarará is not at all well-known but is very exciting and uses a text in the indigenous Nheengatu language. This disc is part of the complete cycle of Villa-Lobos' symphonies.
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A l'excellent orchestrateur et rythmicien sud américain (Uirapuru) du début, répond le compositeur dans toute sa candeur, sa joie exubérante (Symphonie n°12) de sa fin de vie et si juvénile pourtant (72 ans) , ou l'extrême chaleur de sa maturité (Mandu-çarara).
Très très bon CD qui peut servir de première écoute de VILLA LOBOS.
Orchestre excellent, qui s'est amélioré me semble-t-il depuis les premiers CD de NAXOS ? Enregistrement très clair et très aéré.
Ouf, ça dégage les oreilles...
Son style combine des influences européennes, notamment celle de Bach, avec des sources de musique traditionnelle brésilienne.Lire la suite ›
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This CD is the latest installment in the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra’s ongoing series of recordings of the symphonic works by the prolific Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos.
Symphony No. 12, his last, was completed on his 70th birthday and contains qualities often found throughout the rest of his orchestral works; European classicism, modernism, and indigenous folk elements are combined with the goal of creating a contemporary, uniquely Brazilian classical music.
The resulting sound, while still containing the abrupt harmonic shifts and time changes of the modernist aesthetic, has a more melodic range and feeling of emotional depth than much of his northern European counterparts’ work. Small wonder that Villa-Lobos is often referred to as South America’s Aaron Copland.
The other pieces include “Uirapuru”, composed at the beginning of Villa-Lobo’s career and showcasing his earliest modernist influences, and “Mandu-Carara”, named for a legendary native god of dance and written to be sung, in part, by a children’s choir, an appropriate gesture from composer who had a lifelong commitment to musical education in his country.
Lovers of modern music will want this recording of Villa-Lobos’ “Symphony No. 12”; it can also be recommended to the general listener as an excellent introduction to the music of one of South America’s most important 20th century composers.
Highly recommended 9 ½ out of 10 Oscar O. Veterano
The Naxos symphonies series is nudging the symphonies into the discussion, though, and this disc should make people sit up and take more notice. OSESP is a very, very fine orchestra, and Isaac Karabtchevsky has brought more excitement and polish to this music than many thought he could. The Twelfth Symphony seems more impressive each time I listen to it, with its multitude of themes somehow jammed into a fairly modest, almost classical, frame. This music seems bigger on the inside, in its details, than it does on the outside, in its structure.
I was most excited to see the very significant additional items included in this release. The ballet Uirapuru is an early masterpiece, and a piece that has been quite popular on disc and in the concert hall since Leopold Stokowski’s 1958 recording for Everest Records. The Naxos version is in the same league as that ground breaking LP, musically and sonically, which is saying a great deal. I was thrilled to finally hear a commercial recording of the secular cantata Mandu-Carara, which has only been around in bootleg radio recordings and on YouTube (including an excellent Caracas concert with Roberto Tibirica). The new Naxos version is outstanding, with especially strong singing from the OSESP Choir and Children’s Choir. Here is another work in the full-blown folkloric style of Choros #10. Heitor Villa-Lobos is known for one thing above all: pulling out stops. He pulls them all out here!