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Sinfonia Alpina Till Eulenspiegel Audiolibro, CD, SACD Híbrido - DSD, Super audio CD - DSD

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Die Alpensinfonie von Richard Strauss ist ein überzeugendes musikalisches Glaubensbekenntnis an die Natur. Ursprüngliche hatte Strauss den Plan, eine sinfonische Künstler-Tragödie, die ebenfalls in den Alpen spielen sollte, über das authentische Schicksal des Schweizer Malers Karl Stauffer, zu schreiben. Der Maler, der von einem wohlhabenden Schweizer Ehepaar aufgenommen wurde, begann eine Affäre mit der Frau seines neuen Mäzens, die damit endete, dass Stauffer und später auch seine Geliebte sich das Leben nahmen. Der erste Teil des neuen Werks stammt noch aus dem Entwurf von 1902, doch die endgültige Fassung seiner Alpensinfonie beendet Strauss erst im Winter 1914/15. Jetzt endlich , so äußerste der 50-Jährige anlässlich der Uraufführung des Werkes, hab ich instrumentieren gelernt. Und so begleitet der Hörer eine Bergwanderung von Sonnenauf- bis Sonnenuntergang, kommt an einem Wildbach und einem Wasserfall vorbei, hört Vögel und Kühe und gerät in einen heftigen Sturm mit Regen und Gewitter. Mit dieser Komposition schließt der begeisterte Bergwanderer und Orchestermaler Strauss seine lange Reihe von Sinfonischen Dichtungen ab.


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A sturdy, sometimes intensely lyrical performance 2 de mayo de 2013
Por John J. Puccio - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Semyon Bychkov and his WDR Symphony play up the work's most thrilling points, but the conductor tends to rush somewhat the calmer interludes, at least in the beginning, and then slow things down a bit toward the end to conclude the piece on an appropriately lyrical, reflective note. Since the early Seventies, my own favorite recording of the Alpine Symphony has been that of Rudolf Kempe and the Dresden State Orchestra (EMI), to which I must compare all others. By comparison, Bychkov doesn't quite capture all of the splendor and majesty of the mountain's summit, yet he does a splendid job with the still before the storm and then unleashes a fearsome storm itself with suitable fury.

I can't say I disliked Bychkov's approach to the Alpine Symphony, but I can't say it inspired me quite the way Kempe's interpretation does, either, the latter transporting this listener to a higher, more exalted plane altogether. Let's just say Maestro Bychkov does Strauss proud in a slightly more straightforward manner than Kempe.

John J. Puccio
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Feelings are subjective 22 de mayo de 2013
Por Andrew - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
Others have criticized this recording because they believe Bychkov moves too quickly through the Alpensinfonie, that his tempo is too fast. I respectfully disagree. I have listened carefully to the recordings by Christian Thielemann and the Wiener Philharmonic, Mariss Janson's recording with the Royal Concertgebouw, and Sir Georg Solti's recording with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. None of them give me the visceral emotional connection that this recording gives me. Maybe it is the admittedly faster tempos. Maybe it's the recording quality - which is objectively excellent. Maybe it's my own personal reaction, but this recording takes me up and down a grand mountain in the Alps more intimately than any other recording. Do your research first, but rest assured your money is not wasted on this recording.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An Alpine Sym. that succeeds through finesse rather than force 30 de enero de 2010
Por Santa Fe Listener - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Semyon Bychkov lurks on the edges as a notable but not quite eminent conductor. He has revived his career considerably through a slew of recordings with his Cologne radio orchestra. Following their well received 'Lohengrin,' Profil moves on to Strauss's gorgeous, hypertrophic Alpine Symphony. It once was that only the most elite orchestras performed this virtuosic work, but no more. There's a fine version on Naxos with Antoni Wit and the little-known Weimar Staatskapelle, and an even better one with a youth orchestra, no less, under Welser-Most on EMI (admittedly, it's the elite Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester).

Yet the question remains whether a well-drilled provincial orchestra can compete on the same level as spectcular Alpine Symphony recordings from Vienna, Dresden, and Berlin. Naturally, they cannot on equal terms, but here we have a stylish account that's never overblown. Bychkov phrases with gracefulness, the orchestra responds alerlty, and Profil's sound comes off as quite natural and warm. Wit was also fairly deliberate and restrained, as Bychkov tends to be here. Don't expect thrills and spills. I found myself paying closest attention during the quiet passages of scene-painting, whereas with Karajan or the spectacular Decca blockbuster from Blomstedt and the San Francisco Sym., one tends to mark time waiting for the next earth-moving climax. Overall, an impressively musical reading. It belongs up there with Kempe's equally civilized and beautifully molded EMI recording from forty years ago.


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