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Leonard Bernstein conducts Bach an Stravinsky [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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Lovingly restored, using the finest state-of-the-art technology, classic archive features great performances from legendary artists, offering a unique historical glimpse into our classical heritage. Part of the new 3 DVD batch of Classic Archive releases, sourced from the BBC Archive. This DVD presents a unique chance to see Leonard Bernstein conducting Bach's Magnificat and Stravinsky's Mass. Recorded in 1977 in Saint Augustine's Church, London, it is an intimate and moving recording, presenting two of the most important pieces in the choral repertoire. Bernstein is joined by the distinguished soloists Anny Mory, Patricia Parker, Rodney Hardesty, John Mitchinson and Paul Hudson, accompanied by the English Bach Festival Choir & Orchestra. Beautifully filmed by Humphrey Burton.


The Austere piety of Stravinsky's Mass is giving a searching performance by Bernstein in this 1978 BBC broadcast,juxtaposed with bach's Magnificat. Performance **** Picture & Sound ** --BBC Music Magazine,Christmas'11

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One of the best "Magnificats"! 2 de abril de 2013
Por Haydn-Fan - Publicado en Amazon.com
I am very sorry for the listener that wrote the previous review for this wonderful concert. For my taste it is one of the most beautiful and solemn Magnificats and the most important thing - it is ALIVE! The music lives, pulsates, moves! Not museum-ready "specialists" barockists performance without vibrato, without nuances and without soul that makes you vomit. Stravinsky is wonderful as well, but Bach is more than wonderfu, it is absolutely GENIAL, so do not listen to the "authentic barocco" lovers, this is a must-have concert!
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Get Koopman's version 11 de diciembre de 2011
Por Niku - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Bernstein Conducts Bach: Magnificat: Mass I bought this recording to compare it with the one I have seen many times on YouTube, Koopman's version. I had read many reviews that said that Koopman was using the wrong tempo, so I wanted to see the difference for myself. Well, I may be in a small minority, but Koopman's version thrills and inspires me while, just now as I watched it for the second time, I couldn't force myself to watch Bernstein's performance to the end. I'm not sure why I feel that way, but I had been thinking that Bernstein was in black and white while Koopman was in color. That was wrong. On my second viewing, I saw that Bernstein's version was also in color; however; to me, the difference between the two is like the difference between black and white and color. For some reason, I find Bernstein's performance to be tedious and almost boring, and that's the first time I've ever felt that way about The Magnificat. Usually, I find it to be an overwhelming experience. I've seen Magnificat enough today, so I'm not going back to check on how Koopman handled it, but I think that the difference for me between the two performances is probably in the magnificent church setting and the camerawork in Koopman's version. Irrelevancies for judging music, many would say, but important to me in this case. After all, it is sacred music, and the proper setting can add to the overall effect. All I know is that I'm now going to buy the version that I've watched many times on YouTube, Koopman's. I'm also going to give it to a friend for Christmas.

One last thing: Do yourself a favor and check-out the different versions on YouTube (there are at least three or four complete versions there) before buying one.
Five Stars 18 de enero de 2015
Por Oswaldo - Publicado en Amazon.com
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