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Tchaïkovski : Symphonies N°4, 5 et 6 "Pathétique" (Coffret 2 CD) Compilation

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  • Interprète: Herbert Berliner Philharmoniker
  • Orchestre: Berliner Philharmoniker
  • Chef d'orchestre: Herbert Karajan
  • Compositeur: Multi-Artistes, Peter Ilyich Tchaïkovski
  • CD (10 septembre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN : B000001GYJ
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SYMPHONIES N°4 , 5 ET 6 "PATHÉTIQUE"

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Par Cetalir TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS le 2 novembre 2010
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Plus de trente ans après ces enregistrements, Karajan a signé ici l'une des références incontestables des plus belles symphonies de Tchaïkovsky. Proposées à un prix extrêmement modique, elles sont indispensables à toute discothèque classique. Karajan grava à de nombreuses reprises ces superbes pages symphoniques qu'il donna une centaine de fois en concert et cet enregistrement des Symphonies majeures du grand compositeur russe surpasse à tout point de vue tous les autres des mêmes pages du grand chef.
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Par JN le 7 mai 2014
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Si la cinquième par Horenstein est très réputée (et le mérite), la sixième (honnête, de Gibson)) et la quatrième (géniale, de Freccia) le sont beaucoup moins. Dommage que la quatrième voit, dans cette version téléchargeable, sont deuxième mouvement amputé de sa fin. Les éditeurs vérifient-ils les fichiers qu'ils proposent ? C'est ici véritablement scandaleux, cette interprétation (et la qualité technique de l'enregistrement est à l'avenant) étant particulièrement réussie, de la même tenue par exemple que celle de Georges Szell avec l'orchestre symphonique de Londres (Decca).
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 What the Hay? 9 mai 2014
Par Robert Burns - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Let me get the small stuff out of the way first:

1. Why the devil did DG put the 5th on 2 separate disks? That's ridiculous. Is a 3rd CD so expensive to add to the set?

2. Once I stuffed the disks into my machine, I buried the jewel case. I'm sick of looking at pictures of Von Karajan in the throes of this or that work he's trying to sell. His mug (and Lenny's, too) on just about all his CDs are so over-the-top you want to gag.
Then again, I guess the Deutsch Grammophone marketing people think Herbie's mug will sell more sets than a good portrait of the composer himself.

Now, for the music:

Recording quality: Outstanding. I actually ditched a recording I have of Reiner and the Chicago of the 6th which is just terrible, in terms of production values, at least on my systems. This one is rich in sound. Even the high strings playing at fortissimo are quite nice to my ears.

For most of my life I avoided Tchaikovsky. His music has always seemed maudlin: syrupy, overly romantic and pretty much representative of the end stage of the Romantic movement, when everything that could be done to music had already been done to it. (For that late 19th century period of time, I'm still a dedicated fan of Gustav Mahler when it comes to symphonic music.)
But I find that as I age, I'm gaining a new appreciation for Mr. T. Certainly, he was a terrific melodist and had a great command of the use of orchestral color. And, as one digs into his life, he comes to a certain understanding of him as a composer. So these three works, the 4th, 5th and 6th symphonies, are among the foundational recordings of my Tchaikovsky collection (along with his marvelous "Serenade for Strings," a totally mediocre recoding of it also I have with Herbie and the BPO, too.)

The reading of the 6th on this recording is "money," as my son likes to say. It's what makes the purchase more than worth it. Herbie owns this work in this recording, at least. His 4th movement has to make even the most jaded listener (at least!) blink. His tempi, contrary to what some other reviewer here wrote, were perfect. I think I caught a slightest little goof in a "tutti" attack, but I'm not complaining a bit. The BPO in the 70s, then—and arguably continues to be—a very high horsepower group. You always feel they have more muscle than they would ever need. The strings, from double bass to violins.....amazing! Brass..amazing,

Anyway, it's a very good set with the 6th standing out as both a work among three. Four stars because of Herbie's mug and the split disks. Otherwise, I'd give it 5.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Exemplar 19 décembre 2016
Par Joe Anthony - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is probably the finest reading of Tchaikovsky's Symphonies 4, 5 and 6 that I've yet to hear. Karajan gets beautiful sounds from the Berlin Philharmonic. While the Berliner's playing reflects Karajan's distinctive stamp of polish and precision; they also play with gusto bringing forth a sound that is tight yet heart-felt. Karajan's handling of the 5th is especially nice where it has an even sense of "flow" that makes other versions I've heard sound like a rambling mess. Then again, all three of the symphonies featured here are done in exemplar fashion.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Prepare for glorious Tchaikovsky, with Karajan's vision taking us out of this world 20 janvier 2012
Par Andrew R. Barnard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ample evidence exists supporting the fact that it's easy for interpreters to perform good Tchaikovsky. Overflowing with melody and wonderful counterpoint, it seems his music comes very naturally to most interpreters. But while good Tchaikovsky is relatively easy to produce, great Tchaikovsky isn't so simple. That's no matter with Karajan; his gifts allow him to take a Tchaikovsky symphony and turn it into something extraordinary that will leave the listener breathless with expectation. In my library, this set is not only the best Tchaikovsky I've ever heard, but it's also some of the best music making overall.

In my review of Karajan's set of the first three Tchaikovsky symphonies, I was sympathetic but felt that Karajan missed the most essential ingredient in those symphonies: charm. The latter three symphonies are a different category compositionally than the previous ones. Here the key isn't so much charm as it is power and individuality--something to catch the ear given that these are oft heard works. And Karajan has no problem with this. He's in his element here, as he knows how to make these symphonies teem with life and drama from beginning to end. But--and this is equally important--he also knows how to keep the works from sounding like a bunch of uncontrolled sentimentality. It's as if though he walking a tightrope with exaggeration on one side and the predictable on the other. To my ears he succeeds marvelously.

Every last symphony is performed impeccably. I could comment on the hair-rising pizzicatos in the 3rd movement of the 4th or the exhilarating, driven finale of the 5th, but for me it was the "Pathetique" that was especially phenomenal. Karajan took the despair of Tchaikovsky very seriously; he's not afraid to make known his understanding. Yet unlike the controversial Bernstein/DG recording of the work, he doesn't wallow in depression. No matter how disguised it may be, there's always hope that remains until the very last closing bars, where it finally gives way. Unlike Bernstein, Karajan doesn't let the pulse drag which actually makes the music far more memorable. The 1st movement is done with much vitality; the middle climax is tremendously terrifying. He takes the 2nd movement broadly, slower than usual, but it works like a charm as it never once slacks off its melancholic, haunting beauty. Karajan is fast in the 3rd movement (it's the only time I've seen it performed in less time than the preceding movement) and it is hands-down the most gripping I've ever heard it. The intensity and richness of those Berlin strings are irreplaceable in the finale, where Karajan plunges into the depths. Most striking were the last two closing minutes. Here Karajan lets the music pour forth with anguish, deeply felt with absolutely no pretentiousness. And then it's all over and we hardly know how to go on.

In closing, this set is unbelievably great. Never does Karajan let the tension slack; and from beginning to end, the music is unspeakably memorable. Be sure it to avoid if you dislike life-changing music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tchaikovsky always moves, but with Karajan I understand 2 novembre 2011
Par cranebridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There are many excellent and knowledgeable reviews already, but here is what I've experienced in this recording.
Tchaikovsky's music is among the more accessible of classical music because his emotions are always out there in the open, whether he intended for them to be or not. His sentimentalism and his Russian-ness are the marks of distinction rather than his compositional skills. If Beethoven is to be admired for his character, Tchaikovsky is to be felt for.
Karajan's recordings gave me fresh insights into Tchaikovsky, especially "Pathetique". To me, the first movement tells again (as in the fourth), of the war between Tchaikovsky's natural self (or the flesh) vs. his rational sense of being. The second paints a nostalgic picture, a bittersweet memory of moments of happiness perhaps. But the third and the fourth --- this is where Karajan's interpretive powers really set in for me. The third danced, not happily, but much more like a person seeped in sorrow yet trying to do everything in the moment to feel some degree of happiness. Drunkenness and other things of the dark are perhaps involved in this endeavor... but in the end, the pleasure is never apart from a profound sense of meaninglessness and disillusionment. This is probably why the composer himself said that the third movement represents life's disappointments (if I recall correctly). The perfect picture of how we can easily become weary of pleasure, and how sensuality will never truly satisfy. The fourth movement therefore begins with a shattering sense of despair. The tension is perfect. No other conductor has yet been able to create the same kind of tightness and tension as von Karajan - at least for me. (He can truly transform the orchestra, in a second, into a tight rope, a shimmering sky, or a velvety backdrop.) The two movements alone can convince me of the profundity of Karajan's musical understanding.
Altogether, the set is outstanding. I only have two minor problems with it:
-- At times, the brass section intonation sounds "shaky" for some reason. I think this is the recording's problem, since I've heard other recordings and seen videos where the brass sounds as sonorous as anything.
-- I wish there was some way not to break up the 5th symphony, which I love. But other recordings with the same symphonies pretty much do the same... it's just a minor annoyance.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Atmospheric Tchaikovsky 2 avril 2012
Par Robin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
In 1971, Herbert von Karajan recorded the last three Tchaikovsky symphonies with the Berlin Philharmonic for EMI. In terms of sheer electricity, Karajan never surpassed those accounts. In 1975-76, Karajan made the DG recordings on this CD. This time, the voltage is decided lower in certain passages of each symphony, with more emphasis on atmosphere and beauty of sound. This is particularly true of this account of the Fourth Symphony, which is arguably Karajan's finest recorded performance of this great work. The highlight is the magnificently-played slow movement, which, unlike the earlier EMI version, is perfectly paced and never drags. The Fifth and Sixth Symphonies are also more "civilized" than the electrifying 1971 EMI performances, but they are nonetheless worth hearing. Karajan fans, like myself, will probably want both sets; the conductor's 1964 DG recording of the Sixth Symphony is also recommendable. Finally, listeners may want to compare this recording of Symphony No. 4 with Karajan's 1966 DG version. There's a night-and-day difference in the sound and commitment of the Berlin brass!
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