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Valses (Oeuvres De Godowsky, Kreisler, Kovac) [Blu-ray]
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Recorded at Cafe Sperl in Vienna, 9 March 2011
Johann Strauss II - Kaiserwalzer
Fritz Kreisler - Marche miniature viennoise
Johann Strauss II - Schatzwalzer
Johann Strauss II - Rosen aus dem Süden
Fritz Kreisler - Schön Rosmarin, Caprice viennois
Johann Strauss II - Wein, Weib und Gesang
Tibor Kovac - Yiddische Mame
''In Vienna's Café Sperk, the Vienna Phil's café ensemble pays Johann Strauss II waltzes that Schoenberg, Berg and Webern affectionately re-orchestrated. Pure charm.'' Performance **** Picture & Sound **** --BBC Music Magazine,Feb'12
''Altogether (an) admirable demonstration of how DVD can combine enlightenment and pleasure to joyous effect.'' --Gramophone, Apr'12
Altogether (an) admirable demonstration of how DVD can combine enlightenment and pleasure to joyous effect. --Gramophone,Apr'12
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The Program: The Philharmoinics - Accentus DVD - TT: 64:20. Johann Strauss II - (1875-1899) - 'Emperor's Waltz - arr. Flute, clarinet, string quartet and piano by Arnold Schonberg - (1874-1951); Friz Kreisler - (1875-1962) - March miniature viennoise; J. Strauss II - Treasurer's Waltz - arr after motives form operetta 'Gypsy Baron' - arr. string quartet, piano and harmoniunm by Anton von Webern - (1883-1945); J. Strauss II - 'Roses From the South Waltz' - arr. string quartet, piano harmonium by A. Schonberg; Fritz Kreisler - Schon Rosmarin; Capricde viennois; J. Strauss II - Wine, Woman and Song Waltz - arr. string quartet, piano, harmonium by Alban Berg - (1885-1935); Tibor Kovac - (b.1967) - Yiddische Mame; J. Strauss II - Langunenwaltzer, Op. 411, arr. String Quartet, piano and harmonium) arr. by A. Schonberg; Leopold Godowsky - (1870-1938) - Alt Vien; Bonus - How Schonberg Came to Arrange Waltzes B Strauss.
Needless to say, these superb performances are wonderful, colorful and they are all played with much a plume, sensitivity, and certainly a flair for the dramatic as well. One observes that these great musicians certainly had fun playing these 'bon-bons.' Their tone work together as an 'artistic whole.' Beautiful phrasing, nuance and expression are the major characteristics of these performances.
Excellent program notes have color photographs which add much to the written dialogue. Highly recommended. One only hopes that this musical group will offer more in this same genre of music!
The arrangements were written by Berg, Schoenberg and Webern in 1921 as part of a fund raising venture to support their 'Society for Private Musical Performances' and do not sound like the Second Viennese School as most listeners would expect. On the contrary they exude genuine Viennese atmosphere which would be associated with the Strauss era and which has been scaled down and tastefully adapted for a Viennese café scenario.
Other arrangers featured on this delightful disc are Godowsky, Kreisler and Kovac, none of whom were involved in the Society. What all six have in common is an obvious delight in the music that they have arranged and the desire to share this with a different public in a less formal setting than a ballroom. The playing from these members of the VPO is as expert as one would expect and in idiomatic Viennese style. The recording venue for this production is the genuine café setting of the Café Sperl in Vienna with a small café audience who are free to watch, listen and read or carry on inaudible conversations as they feel appropriate.
The recording is clear with good camera work which nicely captures the ambiance of the event which must have been staged a little if only to effect a recording with all that that would entail. The sound is presented in realistic and atmospheric DTS 5.1 surround and stereo formats.
My wife loved it as an enjoyable surprise to go with her cup of tea when she came home from work! I think that would make an excellent first recommendation! It is hard to imagine this disc failing to give enormous pleasure to future purchasers so therefore, in my opinion, it seems reasonable to rate it as a 5 star issue.
Musically, the whole hour is very interesting and not overly saturated with the typical waltzes. The Bonus material explains the source of the arrangements, in itself a very interesting musical anecdote. In addition to Strauss's waltzes and Kreisler's music, it includes an arrangement by Tobor Kovak that greatly surprised me. Track number 9 is called "Yiddische Mame". You wouldn't expect such a tittle in a Viennese music recording. In fact, it is a Potpourri that starts with Mahler, and includes various Yiddish tunes beautifully arranged and performed. Also, I am glad to see Jewish music back in Vienna!
The images and sound are perfect for the settings. In summary, a very pleasant visit to a Viennese café. Strongly recommended. Don't forget to watch the Bonus material; it will help to put things in the right perspective