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Wilhelm Peterson-Berger: Symphony 3; Earina Suite CD, Import


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  • Interprète: Michail Jurowski
  • Compositeur: Wilhelm Peterson-Berger, Michail Jurowski
  • CD (14 mars 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Cpo
  • ASIN : B00004R8E1
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Disque : 1

  1. Symphony N 3 In F Minor "Same Atnam" : Allegro Moderato
  2. Symphony N 3 In F Minor "Same Atnam" : Moderato
  3. Symphony N 3 In F Minor "Same Atnam" : Tranquillo
  4. Symphony N 3 In F Minor "Same Atnam" : Moderato
  5. Earina Suite For Orchestra : Akallan (Invocation)
  6. Earina Suite For Orchestra : Blomsteroffret (The Flower Offering)
  7. Earina Suite For Orchestra : Vapenvigning (The Consecration Of Weapons)
  8. Earina Suite For Orchestra : Lyckorunor (Runes Of Fortune)
  9. Earina Suite For Orchestra : Rapsoden Sjunger (The Rhapsodist Sings)
  10. Chorale & Fugue From "Domedagsprofeterna"

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HASH(0x88c2f390) étoiles sur 5 A New Northern Light 6 septembre 2002
Par Dr. E - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Cast your mind back to how you felt upon first listening to any of Sibelius's more "Northern" works--En Saga or Symphony No. 4, for instance--and you'll have an idea of the wonderful sense of discovery waiting for you in Peterson-Berger's Third. This is not to say that P-B was copying Sibelius, for he has his own voice, I believe, within the late Romantic idiom, but they both share a love for the starkness of the sublime, a love they both communicate superbly through their music. The other two pieces on this disc, though overshadowed by the impact of the symphony, would by themselves make the CD worth buying. What more can one say, other than to hope that cpo continues to record the rest of P-B's works?
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HASH(0x8904db40) étoiles sur 5 An Evocation of the Northern Lights 22 octobre 2000
Par Thomas F. Bertonneau - Publié sur Amazon.com
An opera, "Arnljot," propelled Vilhelm Peterson-Berger (1867-1942) into national prominence in 1909 and holds the stage - only in Sweden, of course - to this day. Every educated Swede knows its Act I tenor aria for the eponymous hero, "Alltjämt de mäktiga fjäll sig välva" ("Eternally do the mighty mountains tower"). Peterson-Berger, a Wagnerian, a Nietzschean, a Neo-Romantic of the hyperbolic disposition, loved the rugged nature of Sweden, and celebrated it inveterately not only in his music-dramas but in his orchestral music as well, including his five symphonies. The best known of these, the Third (1915), in F-Major, explores the extreme North of Sweden, the area within the Arctic Circle populated by the Lapps and called, in the Lapp tongue, "Same Ätnam," from which stems the travelogue-title of the symphony. (The composer was born in remote Ångermanland, in the North of Sweden, the true "Land of the Midnight Sun.") The Lapps practice a tradition of improvisatory vocalise, "Joiking," and Peterson-Berger incorporates a number of "Joik" melodies in his score. American listeners will likely remain unaware of what to Swedes seems a quaint form of exoticism, the equivalent of Edwardian British interest in Hebridean folksong or of Ernest Bloch's interest in Dakota-Sioux war-chants. Which is not to chide this fine, late-Romantic symphony in distinctly Nordic accents for any faults; it is, in fact, a superb example of Peterson-Berger's considerable art. The First Movement (Allegro Moderato), called "Forntidsbilder" ("Images of the Past"), begins mysteriously over a rhythm curiously like those that turn up in Bloch's "American Indian" moments; lovely lyrical episodes follow, as well as mountainous climaxes. The Second Movement (Moderato), bears the description "Vinterkväll" ("Winter's Eve") and makes reference, via the harp and plucked strings, to the glittering of the Northern Lights; it is both a nocturne and a scherzo (note the Mahlerian horn-tune in the Trio), finely spun, delicate, and swift. The slow Third Movement (Tranquillo) takes us from one season to another, from winter to summer ("Sommarnatt" ["Summer Night"]): The form is fugal, the sense of stillness and solitude is deeply felt. To paint effective tone-pictures with academic devices, like fugue, indeed marks a superior artist. The composer dubs the Finale (Moderato) "Åkerfälten i Degerfors" ("The Farmland in Degerfors"): The human presence at last dominates, taking wild nature under the plow and forcing the staff of life, by sweat, from the stony earth. Here the ethos of folksong - not only the "Joik," but of the Swedish "folkvisa" as well - is most noticeable. No wonder that this symphony still draws audiences in Sweden! The "Earina Suite" refers (via the Greek) to spring, the most magical time for Scandinavians, after the long winter. The music is sunny and tuneful. The brief "Chorale and Fugue" comes from the opera "Domesdagprofeterna" ("The Doomsday prophets"), a comedy from 1917. Peterson-Berger is at least as good as "minor" Russians like Glazunov and Glière and deserves wider recognition than he probably currently enjoys. This disc should go a long way towards fostering it. Michail Jurowksi's performance with the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra is clear and full-blooded.
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HASH(0x890025b8) étoiles sur 5 Stirring stuff in superb performances 10 mars 2010
Par G.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Wilhelm Peterson-Berger belongs to what must be termed the golden age of Swedish music - indeed, he was one of the instigators - seeking to combine a late romantic musical language inspired by Wagner with Swedish folk music as treated by e.g. Söderman; think, perhaps, a mixture of Wagner and Grieg and you are on the right track, especially if you add a hint of Vaughan Williams and Glazunov. And while he might not be the most prominent or distinguished or original among this group of composers (that honor does, presumably, go to Stenhammar), this is still a wonderful disc of delectable music, with performances and a recorded sound to match.

The music is indeed romantic and eclectic, but it is very effectively put together and sports some superb themes. The work dates from 1913-15 and is, while not very forward-looking, not really radically conservative for its day either, even if it belongs firmly in the late romantic tradition. It is inspired by the geography of Lapland, and is a thoroughly atmospheric piece of colorful nature writing, stirringly, wistfully melodic, wonderfully scored, with a wonderful ebb and flow to it. The Norrköping symphony orchestra clearly enjoys themselves, providing truly world-class playing under the spirited direction of Michail Jurowski.

The Earina suite is charming and memorably tuneful and as well played as the symphony - a colorfully attractive work that deserves at least to be excerpted in the concert hall on occasions. The Choral and Fugue from the opera "the Doomsday Prophets' is unfortunately not in the same league, being somewhat aimless and shapeless (there is a disc of excerpts from this opera on a Sterling release, and I have to admit that it is a work for strictly for ardent followers and specialists). But overall, this is imaginative, stirring and evocative stuff, urgently recommended to anyone with an interest in late romantic music who thinks they might like something fitting the description of the music above. The sound quality is demonstration class.
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HASH(0x8964b2d0) étoiles sur 5 Little Masterpieces, or Maybe Not So Little.... 29 novembre 2012
Par J. R. Trtek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Of the five symphonies of Wilhelm Peterson-Berger, this is the only one that I found to be a keeper, and a really engaging keeper it turned out to be. To be honest, I thought the other four were pleasant but ultimately not terribly interesting works, but this one has some textures and aspects that drew me in right away. It contains gentle hints of Sibelius on occasion. Certainly, the music is evocative of the Nordic environment: Light fluttering off the ice, grayish glows at the horizon, and barren yet electric stretches of land marked by distant crags. Here and there the music is punctuated by occasional rustic accents evoking the spirit of Lapland, which is the symphony's subtitle. The Earina Suite, meanwhile, is a series of short string-dominated tone poems evoking the sense of spring,. Bringing up the tail of the program is a slowly building and ultimately compelling orchestral excerpt from one of the operas that Peterson-Berger wrote, The Doomsday Prophets. As I said at the beginning, I found the other discs in this symphonic set to be amiable but not equal to this one, and if you're going to start by dipping just a toe into the composer's output, this is to my mind definitely the place to start. The music is intriguing, interesting and well-played.
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