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Known as the Vienna Philharmonic to the English-speaking world, the Wiener Philharmoniker is an Austria-based orchestra formed in by Otto Nicolai. Independent and democratic, the group survived the departure of it's founder to last well into the 21st century. Following Nicolai's leave, the orchestra met sporadically, but was eventually recharged and refocused by Karl Eckert in A series of conductors followed, guiding the orchestra over the next 60 years - including Hans Richter and Gustav Mahler - culminating in the decision to move away from a "permanent" conductor position in Since that time, the orchestra has been led by a series of guest conductors, including such luminaries in the classical world as Richard Strauss, Arturo Toscanini, Georg Solti, and James Levine.
The group has faced some adversity in the modern world, including controversies involving racism and sexism, but has managed to persevere in the face of such criticism. Track Listing. If he really was 81 when this was recorded the playing is nothing short of remarkable. This is playing where flair and control go hand in glove.
Every dance is chock-full of musical and technical risk-taking but such is his stature that from where I am sitting everything is a triumphant success. Try the very first track — a G minor Allegro Molto. It is impossible to quantify the microscopic variation in attack, bends into notes, rhythmic rubati — the sum effect is one of absolute rightness. The liner-notes explain how Shumsky met accompanist Frank Maus while on a concert tour in Europe.
Ever one to put great importance on a close collaboration and musical respect he asked him to go to the States to record this disc. Maus is not the most flamboyant player but he is superbly attuned to every subtle twist and turn that Shumsky takes and their mutual brilliance is the way in which these ebbs and flows never sound mannered or forced but completely natural and spontaneous.
How wrong Shumsky proves me to be; and so rather neatly I come back to my perception of genius and my fervent reassertion that this IS playing of that calibre. No one is pretending this is music of momentous importance but as a life-enhancing disc featuring playing with as much character as you are likely to hear in many a year this is hard to beat. The liner is interesting but minimal, the disc is short value at fifty one minutes by modern standards, the recording is technically good although not exceptional the piano is somewhat recessed for music of such fire and the recording perspective changes as though recorded at different sessions but frankly who cares about any of that when you are in the presence of playing of such stature.
For anyone who loves this composer a compulsory purchase as indeed it is for connoisseurs of the art of playing the violin. He died in Still — what playing! His Barbican Elgar Concerto was astonishingly good. Equally evidence does exist of his Brahms Concerto — you can see the film on YouTube — and the sonatas have recently been released by Nimbus, which means that his Brahms discography is now happily extended one way or another. Richness of tone, timbral variety, sleights of bowing sophistication, rapidity of expressive gestures, a kaleidoscopic control of rubati, and an ethos of absolute conviction mark out these performances.
Sample the masculine traversal of the First in G minor to savour its passionate climax. Or try the control and relinquishment and re-establishment of the metric pulse in the succeeding D minor with its elements of pathos as well as its bristling projection. All these are characterised with commanding eloquence. Herr, lehre doch mich". Maisel TV Series writer - 1 episode - Doink Moviment extracte ". Poco allegretto".
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