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Mozart: Conciertos De Violin, Sinfonia Concertante,... / Fischer, Netherlands Chamber Orch. - Kreizberg (3 Sacd + 1 Dvd) Audiolibro, Cofre, CD, Sonido digital, DVD Audio, SACD Híbrido - DSD, Super audio CD - DSD

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Fischer/Kreizberg/Netherlands Chamber Orchestra

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Lista de canciones:
1. Violin Concerto No. 1 in B Flat Major, K207
2. Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Major, K211
3. Violin Concerto No. 5 in a Major, K219

Disco 2
1. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K216
2. Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major, K218
3. Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E Major, K261
4. Rondo for Violin and Orchestra in B Flat Major, K269

Disco 3
1. Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E Flat Major, K364
2. Rondo for Violin and Orchestra in C Major, K373
3. Concertone for 2 Violins and Orchestra in C Major, K190


Detalles del producto

  • Compositor: Mozart
  • CD de audio (12 de junio de 2015)
  • Ten en cuenta: Necesita un material compatible con Super Audio CD
  • Número de discos: 4
  • Formato: Audiolibro, Cofre, CD, Sonido digital, DVD Audio, SACD Híbrido - DSD, Super audio CD - DSD
  • Sello: Pentatone
  • ASIN: B004DIPKZ0
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
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Listas de canciones

Disco: 1

  1. Disque 1 piste 1
  2. Disque 1 piste 2
  3. Disque 1 piste 3
  4. Disque 1 piste 4
  5. Disque 1 piste 5
  6. Disque 1 piste 6
  7. Disque 1 piste 7
  8. Disque 1 piste 8
  9. Disque 1 piste 9

Disco: 2

  1. Disque 2 piste 1
  2. Disque 2 piste 2
  3. Disque 2 piste 3
  4. Disque 2 piste 4
  5. Disque 2 piste 5
  6. Disque 2 piste 6
  7. Disque 2 piste 7
  8. Disque 2 piste 8

Disco: 3

  1. Disque 3 piste 1
  2. Disque 3 piste 2
  3. Disque 3 piste 3
  4. Disque 3 piste 4
  5. Disque 3 piste 5
  6. Disque 3 piste 6
  7. Disque 3 piste 7

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Formato: CD de audio
En tres SACDs híbridos multicanal, PentaTone nos ofrece una integral de los conciertos de violín de WA Mozart y otras obras concertantes: el primero contiene No. 3 in G K216, No. 4 in D K218, Adagio for Violin and Orchestra in E K261, Rondo for Violin and Orchestra in B flat K269; el segundo, los conciertos 1,2 y 5 y el tercero, la Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E Flat Major, K364, el Rondo for Violin and Orchestra in C Major, K373 y el Concertone for 2 Violins and Orchestra in C Major, K190.

Julia Fischer (violín) y la Netherlands Chamber Orchestra dirigida por el prematuramente fallecido Yakov Kreizberg nos ofrecen versiones de estas obras en instrumentos modernos y, sin ser completamente HIP, tampoco se encuadran en el estilo romántico prevalente antes de los años ochenta: las texturas son ligeras, los tempi rápidos y vivaces y las cadencias (son de la propia violinista, pero también del director Kreizberg, Sam Franko y una de Joseph Joachim) respetan el estilo mozartiano. La orquesta frasea con estilo y finura, el continuo está a cargo de un harpsicordio y no hay inconsistencias o exageraciones estilísticas (que busquen la expresividad a todo coste) tan habituales hoy día en muchos grupos de periodo (particularmente, italianos). Las tomas de sonido son excepcionales y son una experiencia placentera por la presencia del sonido, la sensación de aire alrededor de los instrumentos y por replicar convincentemente la acústica de las iglesias en las que se grabaron (lo que no siempre es un plus desde el punto de vista de la claridad). Con ser de muy alta calidad esta sinterpretaciones, no llegan al nivel exaltado de Grumiaux/Philips (ahora Decca).
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Amazon.com: 4.4 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 6 opiniones
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 4 de diciembre de 2016
Por young youn - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
great Violinist! loves the quality of recording.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Truly Outstanding Violinist 12 de marzo de 2016
Por Capt Bob - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Julia Fischer studied - at least for a time - with Yehudi Menuhin. And in these recordings (if you choose to to a side-by-side comparison) she outshines her erstwhile teacher & mentor in these works - at least in sheer technical proficiency. One could quibble, here and there, about phrasing, tempos, dynamics, etc, etc. But, after all is said and done, Julia Fischer does a better job than most others in these same Mozart works. She is a truly outstanding violinist - Brava Julia! (BTW, this is a review coming from an amateur violinist who's struggled with these same works for countless years.)
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Mozart and the violin 3 de agosto de 2013
Por Ana Paula A. Silva - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
W.A. Mozart - The Violin Concertos; Julia Fischer, violin; Pieter-Jan Belder, harpsichord (KV 207 & 211); Gordan Nikolic, violin (KV 190) and viola (KV 364); Netherlands Chamber Orchestra conducted by Yakov Kreizberg; Pentatone Classics.

This 3-CD box is really complete comprising all (complete) concertante works for violin by Mozart: five violin concertos, one adagio for violin and orchestra, two rondos for violin and orchestra, one concertone for two violins and orchestra and one sinfonia concertante for violin, viola and orchestra.

Since it's a recent recording (2011), the sound quality is great. The performances of both Fischer and Kreizberg provoke mixed feelings. If you are looking for surprise and boldness, don't buy this box because the performances here are very orthodox, very well-behaved. If you are looking for a standard recording, historically informed and in accordance with the score, it seems to be the best option at present.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The brilliant Julia Fischer 18 de noviembre de 2012
Por DR Peter E Watkins - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Julia Fischer is one of the special young virtuoso violinists recording at the moment. Another is Janine Jansen. Julia Fischer has recorded Super discs on the Pentatone label. However she has now moved to the Decca label. any of her discs can be recommended.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas All Your Mozart for Violin & Orchestra in One Place 25 de marzo de 2011
Por Rune Naljoss - Publicado en Amazon.com
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From Classical WETA 90.9 @ [...]

What was supposed to be a paean to Julia Fischer's recording of Mozart's Violin Concertos, must turn into a tribute to her musical collaborator in these recordings, the American conductor Yakov Kreizberg. Yakov Kreizberg né Bychkov, born in Leningrad on October 24th, 1959, died on March 15th, only 51 years old. Outwardly the very model of the energetic, charismatic, virile maestro, he had fought the cancer--to which he now succumbed--for years.

[...]

Since Julia Fischer's recordings came out between in 2005 and 2007 [the recording dates *are* noted in the booklet, contrary to the claims of the review below {or above}] they have been somewhere near the top of my Mozart heap--amid big name competition from Shlomo Mintz (Avie), Anne-Sophie Mutter (DG), Leonidas Kavakos (Sony), and quite recently Thomas Zehetmair (Glossa).

Julia Fischer's approach is clean but not skimpy, fleet but not hasty, beautiful and warm but not thickly put on. A modern take on a traditional way of playing Mozart with a nod, but not subscribing to, `historically informed performance practice'. Leonidas Kavakos who leads and plays with the Salzburg Camerata makes the concertos sound a little lighter and tauter than Fischer and the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, lead by Kreizberg, or the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century (under Zehetmair and Frans Brüggen). The direct, dryer acoustic on the Sony recording adds to that. Kavakos steely-yet-light tone makes him more a first violinist among his players whereas Fischer is distinctly a soloist. PentaTone's sound quality has been impeccable in all of Fischer's recordings and gives the Dutch orchestra plenty space.

Mme. Mutter's recording, meanwhile, has ego written all over it and occasionally sounds like a wild cat thrown into from a trapdoor above, claws ready. A kitten with attitude in almost every note, but it turns out to be one of the more curiously successful recordings, partly because it's not as darn conventional as so much other Mozart... including Fischer's. Mintz has a more sweetly vigorous approach and like Fischer is more prone to let the natural beauty of the music speak for itself, but he can't match the technical prowess of Fischer or Mutter.

The over-all excellence of Thomas Zehetmair's bona-fide "HIP" recording can't mask my disappointment that the result isn't better than it is. I had hoped for something extraordinarily fresh; in-your-face Mozart even. Something along the lines of what Andrew Manze achieved with his 2006 Mozart concerto recording. What we get is loveliness and refinement and elegance in good, never ostentatious measure. But the bite and exuberance that has made the same combination of artists' Beethoven Concerto recording my absolute favorite (Best of 2010) is missing. Not that Fischer & Kreizberg offer that, but then that's nothing I ever expected from their blend of the pristine with sheer beauty--and for civilized loveliness alone the latter's is the preferred choice. Interestingly it is the Kreizberg/Fischer recording, not Zehetmair's that recorded the first two concertos with the harpsichord (Pieter-Jan Belder)... which suits these post-baroque-ish works very well.

Great sound. Great playing. And just a tiny, tiny bit on the boring side.


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