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  • Orchestre: London Symphony Orchestra
  • Chef d'orchestre: Wyn Morris
  • Compositeur: Beethoven
  • CD (11 juillet 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 5
  • Label: Musical Concepts
  • ASIN : B004OKFJ2G
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TEN SYMPHONIES

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Format: CD Achat vérifié
BEETHOVEN et sa 10e dans une intégrale où plane l' ombre de Furtwängler... dans un son de 1988 !
Ce corpus des 10 symphonies de BEETHOVEN présente une esthétique martiale, généralement très dynamique, vulcanologique dans les ff, aux mouvements rapides, aux accentuations marquées dans un discours très contrasté et enflammé dans une échelle dynamique très impressionnante, car naturelle dans l' équilibre des 3 familles instrumentales, comparable au direct et qui nécessite de régler le potentiomètre sur les ppp, pour en bien saisir toute l' expression, mais dont les murs risquent de trembler !
Interprétation titanesque, somptueuse ! Dans l' esprit de FURTWANGLER...La prise de son de 1988-89 avec le LONDON SYMPHONIE ORCHESTRA bénéficie d' une large acoustique , claire et profonde aux plans bien étagés.
Mais on peu regretter une prédominance sur les cuivre dans les FF qui couvre le contrechant des bois (1er mouvement de la 7e) . Les symphonies sont quelques fois entachées par des précipitations brouillonnes dans certains rythmes.

Les symphonies de BEETHOVEN ont la particularité d' être inépuisables dans leur écoute et qui s' explique par leur constitution qui demanderait d' avoir recours à la biologie et à la physique, que nous traiterons peut être un jour, et qui démontre que la musique ce n' est pas seulement des sons .
C' est le cycle symphonique le plus enregistré de l' histoire. La décennie 2000 en a vu fleurir un grand nombre. Il y a donc une raison cachée que l' entendement ignore !
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Morris est le nouveau Furtwängler, et je pèse mes mots.
Sans avoir la dynamique du Berliner Philharmoniker, le LSO sous la baguette de Morris "sonne" vraiment comme si on écoutait le grand WF !
Et la possibilité d'avoir les esquisses formalisées de la Xe symphonie de Beethoven dans le même coffret est vraiment un plus.
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HASH(0x8ab7d684) étoiles sur 5 Great Beethoven From Obscure Conductor Morris 24 juin 2011
Par Dave K - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I first came across Wyn Morris' Beethoven while browsing iTunes. I liked what I heard in some samples, and downloaded his Eroica. I enjoyed the performance, but did not like the compressed mp3 sound, so I passed on downloading any more of them. But, I was puzzled by the set and its apparent anonymity. I'd heard of Morris primarily in connection with Mahler, and once owned his LP of the Deryk Cooke version of Mahler's 10th (I believe it was the first recording of that symphony). However, I could find no info on his Beethoven recordings, and had no idea when or how they were recorded.

I learned more about Morris when I read Martin Anderson's obituary in The Independent after Morris died in 2010 at the age of 81 (that obit is quoted extensively in the liner notes of this CD set). Turns out Morris recorded the Beethoven symphonies digitally with the London Symphony Orchestra in 1988-89 while concurrently performing them live with the same orchestra. The recordings and live performances were quite well received, and Morris was offered a permanent position with the orchestra. However, he blew the opportunity with excessive salary demands which led to the offer being withdrawn. The thread that runs though Morris' entire career seems to be that he was excessively arrogant and unmindful of others' feelings to the point that few were willing to work with him. Therefore, his recorded legacy, while of high quality, is rather small, as Morris never developed enough of a following to keep his recordings in high demand.

So, it is exciting to finally have Morris' Beethoven cycle in an affordable CD set. The set looks decidedly low-budget with terrible graphics on the cardboard box (a dark green background with purple lettering featuring the cover page of Beethoven's 4th symphony and a small inset photo of a dour looking Morris in the upper left corner). The label of this release is the unknown (to me, anyway) "Musical Concepts". But don't let the label's obscurity or the poor package design put you off from these recordings.

I've only played through the set once, but here are a few impressions I have of it. The over all way I would describe these performances is fast and intense. Morris seems in 1988 to be looking forward to the more lean and mean interpretations of Beethoven that are in vogue today. Though he conducts the full-size LSO, these are not performances in the big-band style of, say Solti, Klemperer, et al. This approach certainly favors the more classical styled symphonies (1, 2,4 and 8), all of which are crisp and quick and light in Morris' hands.

However, in the big odd-numbered symphonies, Morris does not sacrifice power and heroism with his fast tempos. So the Eroica still sounds heroic and exciting and intense, rather than lumbering. The 5th and 7th may remind one of Kleiber's readings with the VPO. Morris has the elongated 4th note of the opening of the 5th like Kleiber (though not quite as long as Kleiber), and emphasizes the fact that the 5th looks back to classicism and forward to romanticism at the same time. In the 7th, Morris is quite fast in the main theme of the opening movement (almost too fast), but he keeps the rhythm of the piece at the forefront; unlike some conductors who simply race trough it with no regard for the dancelike rhythms that are so important in the 7th. I can't say much about the 9th after one hearing, but it is a finely played and sung performance. Even though the 9th is a powerful piece, I usually find it to be one of the symphonies that is well conducted/performed in most of the Beethoven sets I listen to. I have never been one to say that so-and-so conducted "the definitive 9th" as there are so many fine recordings of it by so many conductors.

The one symphony that I'm not really crazy about in the set is the 6th. The first movement seems to me a tad too fast, rather like Karajan's versions. A leisurely stroll in the country seems more like a brisk walk here. However, I liked the faster tempos in the village festival/dancing episodes of the third movement. While the first movement seemed rushed on one hearing, the performance will probably grow on me over time. Oh, the set also includes Dr. Barry Cooper's completed version of Beethoven's sketched out first movement for a proposed 10th symphony. I have not played this yet, but may comment on it later.

This need not be one's `only' Beethoven set, or the `definitive' one, but it is a worthwhile addition to one's collection of Beethoven cycles. The symphonies are well recorded (maybe lacking a little bass weight) and the LSO plays brilliantly. These are, to me exciting performances that are unique in that they are played by a big band on modern instruments, but with the speed and intensity one would hear today. It's too bad that Morris was his own worst enemy. He was undoubtedly talented, but his abrasive personality left him an alcoholic has-been in the later years of his life. This set shows what Morris was capable of; and what might have been had Morris concentrated his energies on making music rather than battling with musicians and administrators. I've given only an overview of the set; but wanted to get the word out on this before it fades to out of print obscurity again.

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I was revisiting this set again for the first time in many months, and I think I was too generous about the sound quality. The recordings are not merely deficient on the low end; they have an overly bright and harsh sound all round. As they are late 80's recordings I attribute this to the early harshness that plagued many early digital recordings. So, it would appear that no remastering occurred when the set was reissued. It is still a well-played and conducted set; but I had to remove a star for the rough sonics.
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HASH(0x8ab7d8d0) étoiles sur 5 Wyn Morris - A Forgotten Conductor 1 juin 2011
Par Ryan Kouroukis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Wyn Morris is beginning to become one of my favorite conductors. I have a couple of his incredible discs of Mahler so far, and when I saw this set I jumped at it!

Morris is a cross between Klemperer, Toscanini and Furtwangler. His Beethoven is meticulously wrought, often giving the impression of being spontaneous. He knows his Beethoven well and communicates some solid interpretations!

What makes this set so good is not only the price, but the rare and esoteric inclusion of the first movement of Beethoven's incomplete 10th Symphony (completed by Dr. Barry Cooper), which Morris gives the World Premiere. There are no words that should describe this revelation...this crowning achievement that tops off his splendidly fiery cycle!

The set comes in a slim box and its booklet is full of stories of the reclusive and mysterious Wyn Morris. Also the musicologist Dr. Coopers has written an short essay regarding Beethoven's 10th and it's reconstruction. Not included are the overtures he recorded, and the audio lecture by Mr. Cooper which can be found on a previously deleted cd single with Morris's performance.

I only hope this new label will come out with another box set of all of Wyn Morris's Mahler recordings!
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HASH(0x8ab7d894) étoiles sur 5 Excellent set! 4 août 2012
Par A worker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wow! Including s/h, 20 bucks (from marketplace) brings you 10 excellent recordings. The sound quality is at top level of my 16 Beethoven cycles. LSO/Morris play extremely well they are purely heavy German symphonic. It's my 1st time to listen 3 movements 10th and the 10th is really good though it's not 100% by Beethoven.
Morris uses a medium to fast tempo on almost all the 9 (not too familiar with 10th). It's definitely not Bohm style (I very respect Bohm on his typical Austrian sound with VPO). Besides sound and tune, this set is a digital recording which means hissing is in minimal level. The recording is so good you will close your eyes and smile on the beautiful sound. Salutations to the engineer, Mr. Tryggvason!!
There are many top Beethoven cycle recordings in low cost such as Karajan/BPO 1963 and Gunter Wand/NDR. The Gunter Wand is also digitally recorded. But of the 3, this LSO/Morris is the best on cost-product ratio. I would suggest it with 2 thumbs up. I really appreciate these companies release the precious cycles in such low price.
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HASH(0x8ab7db88) étoiles sur 5 With Thanks To Music Web International 23 avril 2014
Par Melvyn Bowler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For the missing information about this set I suggest readers go the Music Web International and read the review by Rob Barnett, where they will also find basic session details by Peter Joelson.

As far as Beethoven complete symphonies are concerned I am still completely in the dark about what I like best, but I would never be without my 8th by Monteux, or my 5th by Krips.
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HASH(0x8ab810a8) étoiles sur 5 excellent quality 31 janvier 2013
Par Robert Gehret Sr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
product arrived quickly. Well packaged to avoid transit damage. Sound quality is very good. No complaints I can think of.
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