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First rate music making
le 27 février 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
There's no need to list all the works and timings on this double CD, as someone has been sharp enough to publish the back of it on the listing page if you Search under Dvorak Susskind. Walter Susskind was one of those conductors who flew under the radar, so to speak, as he was not glamourous, yet he was excellent, especially of Czech composers, as he was Czech. The same could be said of the St. Louis Symphony, excellent but unheralded. The soloists here were among the best of his/her particular instrument: Ruggiero Ricci (violin), Rudolf Firkusny (piano) and Zara Nelsova (cello). The Piano Concerto was later, after Dvorak's death, modified ("improved") by a Czech musicologist, Vilem Kurz. Firkusny recorded the concerto 4 times in the studio. In the first two (one with Szell in mono) he used the Kurz edition, but then with Susskind here, where (according to what I've read) he went back to Dvorak's original, and also in his last recording with Neumann and the Czech Philharmonic (again from what I have read). Dvorak was considered as a rather clumsy composer for the piano, that not being his instrument, at least until his later years (see, for example, his magnificent Piano Quintet, Op. 81). But Firkusny, superb musician that he was, knew what he was doing, stating "For all the so-called clumsiness in the piano writing.....the original is far purer than any subsequent revision, and more truly characteristic of the young Dvorak; it also bears a certain resemblance to Dvorak's use of the piano in his chamber music". The Violin Concerto has always been underrated, and is really a fine work that Ricci does well with. Masterpiece that it is, the Cello Concerto has had beaucoup recordings. Rostropovich is usually given the palm, but Nelsova holds her own here. That is, excellent. For someone starting out with limited funds, this double Vox is a real bargain, given the prices for a used edition at Amazon Marketplace. Long time collectors should like it, too. It includes all the music Dvorak published for solo instrument and orchestra. The stereo/analog sound, if not exceptional, is still quite decent and acceptable. But high quality music making throughout.