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  • CD (25 septembre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B008P76Y46
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Digital Booklet: Prokofiev: War Sonatas
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Description du produit

Description du produit

Boris Giltburg was selected by the great Zubin Mehta as the winner of the first Pnina Salzman Prize in Israel 2011 and has won many other prestigious prizes, including the top prize and Audience Prize in the Santander International Piano Competition, and second prize and Best Classical Concerto in the Artur Rubinstein Competition. An exceptionally busy and versatile performer, he recently replaced Denis Matsuev at one days notice performing Rachmaninovs Piano Concerto No.3 on tour in Germany. This CD is the culmination of many months of constant performance and study of Prokofievs War Sonatas, and the highly detailed and insightful booklet notes have also been written by Boris.

Critique

It isnt every day young pianists are compared to the great Richter, but Boris Giltburg has been on more than one occasion. In a sense, you can hear why: his Chopin Ballades at the Wigmore sounded gloriously poetic and free as he pushed and pulled at their tempi. It was old-school, but magical and quite ravishing too. --Andrew Mellor, Classic FM Magazine, May 2011

These are powerful, intuitive performances, executed with stylistic understanding and arresting presence.***** --Telegraph, 30/08/12

Putting my head above a parapet, I have to say that these performances of Prokofiev's three war Sonatas eclipses all others on record-even those tirelessly and justifiably celebrated performances by Richter and Gilels. GRAMOPHONE CHOICE --Gramophone Awards issue '12

Critics'Choice 2012 --Gramophone, Christmas '12

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 eyebrow-raising pianism 1 janvier 2013
Par Bruce A. Mcdonald - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Boris Giltburg is an Israel-based pianist who was new to this reviewer--but this recording is an eye-opener as well as an eyebrow-raiser. The man has all the technique needed for the Russian composer's difficult sonatas, but even more important, he has the musicality required to keep these pieces from being merely bombastic. His own program notes show him to be a thoughtful musician, and I found his performance of #6,in particular, to be the most effective musically that I have heard. He gives high praise to #8, which he thinks is probably Prokofiev's greatest, and he makes a strong argument for his position in his fine playing of it. And, lest anyone think that Giltburg doesn't have the requisite technique, listen to his playing of the wild 7/8 finale to the 7th sonata. He takes it at a ferocious pace, but his accuracy is quite incredible! If you're interested in good Prokofiev playing, get this disc!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Boris Giltburg joins the upper echelon of pianists who perform the War Sonatas 4 juin 2013
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Boris Giltburg was born in Moscow in 1984 and now lives in Israel. He won the second prize (top prize awarded) of the 2002 Paloma O'Shea International Piano Competition in Spain, where he performed Bartok's Third Piano Concerto with the London Symphony Orchestra. Since then Boris has performed with the Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Bournemouth Symphony, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the Israel Philharmonic with conductors such as Philippe Entremont, Christoph von Dohnányi, Mikhail Pletnev and Marin Alsop. On 2 June 2013 he won the international piano competition Queen Elisabeth in Brussels.

He seems to have it all - leading man good looks, extraordinary facility in rapid passagework, and an intuitive poetic sense of line. Here he performs deeply moving accounts of Prokofiev's Piano Sonatas 6, 7, 8 - the so-called War Sonatas. The focal sonata of Prokofiev's wartime triptych is the Seventh, completed in 1942, a year after the Soviet Union entered the conflict. But images of war, its destructive power and the feelings of apprehension and introspect

As one critic praises, Giltburg plays with `terrific panache and personality, digging deep into the fabric of the music to illuminate its emotional content and harnessing an authoritative bravura to underline the savagery and nervy energy that the scores often convey. He has the confidence and facility of technique to tackle some movements at intrepid speed: the inexorable propulsion of the second movement of the Sixth Sonata is taken at a true allegretto rather than the andante that its textural complexities sometimes impose, and the finale of the Seventh Sonata starts -- and moreover maintains -- a terrifying impetus in response to Prokofiev's precipitato marking. If you can do it at this speed, while still ensuring that all the cross-keyboard leaps and offbeat accents are firmly in place, why not? But this is only part of Giltburg's skill in these sonatas, for he also has the measure of Prokofiev's dark-hued, haunted melody and the details of dissonance that can shatter an ostensible idyll. These are powerful, intuitive performances, executed with stylistic understanding and arresting presence.'

There is a grace in Giltburg's laying that echoes the full symphonic ballet scores of Prokofiev, as though he is able to transport these tight sonatas into a much more grand form that simply keyboard presentations. There is sorcery here but there is also dreamy magic that makes his interpretations soar. Repeated listenings only reinforce the substantial artistry of this gifted pianist. Highly Recommended. Grady Harp, June 13
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Superb Prokofiev! 26 décembre 2012
Par Hannibal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This are superb performances of Prokofiev's best piano sonatas. While I assume most who love this music will regard Sviatoslav Richter's interpretations as unequaled up to now (as I still do), there can be no doubt that Giltburg's approach is no less valid, even if it is somewhat more reflective and less visceral than the approach we have been used to, given Prokofiev's own style at the time of composition. Then too partially responsible for these feelings may be that Giltburg's piano benefits from a far better recording quality than Richter for example received back in 1959 and 1961.

Whatever the reasons, Giltburg offers a musical feast of great piano playing, and if you love these works, do hear this wonderful disc. You may well even prefer it to the Richter classic renditions.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Technically excellent performances, but lacking fire 20 avril 2016
Par Autonomeus - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a fine disc, and I can't argue with those who say it is technically superb.

However, I was disappointed when I first heard it a few years ago, and on comparison with my classic reference recordings, I find Giltburg to be somewhat detached, lacking the passion and drive of Pollini's Seventh, and the clear, compelling narrative line of Richter's Eighth.

So I recommend this only as an alternative interpretation. If you haven't heard Richter and Pollini, those are the performances to start with.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great young pianist 18 juillet 2015
Par Louis Weil - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is my first recording by Boris Giltburg --- and it is a revelation. The performances of the three sonatas is pure brilliance.
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