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In , in London, it is the great Otto Klemperer who is the director. The interest in the version is the "confrontation" of a 25 year old pianist with a giant Beethovenien, Otto Klemperer, aged 82 years. Note that, in this version, the six solo vocalists are replaced by a "little choir", a better solution than that which consists of "extracting" six singers from the choir, the standard of which is often insufficient for such a score.
From his entry, Daniel Barenboim asserts himself with mastery. The interventions of the orchestra are majestic because the conductor never loses his authority, his precision and his grandure.
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At the first tutti we already hear the Ninth Symphony. The "march" passage is animated and the piano responds in an animated fashion. Much later the entry of the "little choir" is introduced in a natural fashion and leads appropriately to the grand choir, who "burst" with valour, until the jubilant finale. Bewitchingly, the pianist impressed, at certain moments transportes us to sublime worlds, stealthily. This CD, extracted from the complete concertos for piano, includes the Choral Fantasy opus This interpretation gives much enhancement to each of the three actors of this Fantasy: the piano, the orchestra and the Harmonie choir, strength and delicacy are the master words.
Robert Levin, of a fortepiano by Salvator Lagrassa of , gratifies us with two improvised introductions.
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The CD also includes the first recording of the cantata which Liszt composed for the inauguration of the Beethoven monument in Bonn in You can also read the words of the cantata by Liszt. The Choral Fantasy opus 80 for piano, chorus and orchestra, in C minor then C major is composed for the following forces: solo piano soloists: SSATTB sopranos, alto, tenors, bass choir SATB sopranos, altos, tenors, bass orchestra: 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 timpani and strings.
Duration of the work: 18 to 20 minutes. For opus 80 exists an other German text from Johannes R. In summary, a remarkable version, very lively and of an unequalled logic. John Buckley one of my major discoveries. Vaughan Williams Concertos.
RVW Orchestral. We are currently offering in excess of 51, reviews. Donate and keep us afloat. Nimbus Podcast. Follow us on Twitter. Support us financially by purchasing this from. Both were written for his first wife Claire Delbos, who was herself a composer as well as a violinist. Both works were performed by the pair in the s but the Fantasie seems to have languished in obscurity for many years after its initial exposure.
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The Fantasie is in loose sonata-form, embracing exotic melodies, which are modal in nature, some suggestive of plainchant. It employs complex polyrhythms.
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It is exhilarating, intense and exciting, written when the composer was twenty-five and still trying to find his own distinctive voice. In his writing for violin there are faint suggestions of birdsong which would become a distinctive feature in his later music. Throughout, the work is tinged with the spiritual fingerprint distinctive of this composer. The work begins with a declamatory octave opening on the piano, ushering in the violin.
As it progresses, it builds up to a dramatic climax. As the title Fantasie implies, the structure is fairly free and rhapsodic.
It has the distinction of being Messiaen's first piece of instrumental chamber music. A tranquil theme is followed by four increasingly animated variations. At the end of the work, the theme is restated an octave higher. This composition apparently made a lasting impression on the young Pierre Boulez.
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A sympathetic guard provided him with manuscript paper. Utilizing what instrumental forces were at his disposal he composed what is probably his most well-known work Quatuor pour la fin du temps. In eight movements it takes as its inspiration a vision from The Book of Revelations , Chapter X: " And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven ".