SCHUMANN Cello Concerto Maisky DVD-VIDEO

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JOSEPH HAYDN

Cellokonzerte
Cello Concertos
Hob. VII b: Nos. 1 + 2

Violinkonzerte · Violinconcertos
C-dur / in C major · in G-dur / in G major
(Transcription for Cello and Orchestra)
+ Schumann: Cello Concerto op. 129
Wiener Symphoniker
Mischa Maisky
Directed by Brian Large
Int. Release 02 Jul. 2007
1 DVD-Video
DVD-VIDEO NTSC 0440 073 4351 7 GH
STEREO: PCM / SURROUND: DTS 5.1 · Picture Format: 4:3
A production of UNITEL, Munich
Acclaimed cellist Mischa Maisky plays works by Haydn and Schumann – a release in celebration of Maisky’s 60th birthday


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Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809)
Cello Concerto In C, H.VIIb, No.1

Cadenzas: I C. Coin/II-anon. 18th century

2.
8:44

3.
8:13

Cello Concerto in D, H.VIIb No.2

6.
5:32

Violin Concerto in C, H.VIIa No.1

transcr. for Violoncello

8.
7:50

Violin Concerto in G, H.VIIa No.4

Played on Violoncello

10.
7:40

11.
3:47

Mischa Maisky, Wiener Symphoniker

Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Cello Concerto in A minor, Op.129

14.
4:46

15.
8:27

Mischa Maisky, Wiener Philharmoniker, Leonard Bernstein

총 재생시간 1:37:42

Maisky and his players perform the Haydn with warm, polished energy . . . it's beautiful playing, and visually compelling.

. . . he lacks nothing in terms of fleet-fingered virtuosity and many will find his chamber-scale approach more in keeping with the music's Classical spirit . . . As the perfect coupling, DG has included a famous "live" . . . 1985 performance of the Schumann Concerto with Bernstein and the VPO, whose clear-sightedness and graceful technical precision . . . make a strong case for this unfairly maligned product of the composer's later years.

Cette performance étonnante de vitalité, exempte des débordements expressifs qu'on a pu reprocher plus tard au violoncelliste fait le choix des cadences . . . de Natalia Gutman. Suivent ses propres arrangements de l'Adagio du Hob VIIa/1, puis de l'intégralité du Hob VIIa/4 . . . dont les tempos vifs, l'articulation alerte et les phrasés rayonnants permettent de retrouver toute la fraîcheur et l'allégresse . . . la prise de son rend pleinement justice aux musiciens . . . sous la baguette de Leonard Bernstein, Maisky et les Wiener Philharmoniker livrent une version d'un lyrisme et d'une générosité suprêmes. La concentration du soliste, la majestueuse sonorité de l'orchestre, l'élégance du chef et l'intelligence des prises de vue en font une version de référence.