BACH Radulovic 4795933

There's much to enjoy here on an album that confirms Radulovic's position as one of today's brightest -- and most flamboyant -- classical music stars.

. . . [Radulovic] has a dazzling technique working with an exceptional group of musicians on this Bach album . . . Nemanja is dazzling -- a really serious, and exciting musician.

. . . Nemanja's playing is always exceptional . . . Where he really comes into his own is with special arrangements done for this album of the notorious Toccata And Fugue, the Air On A G String and the Chaconne, which are exhilarating and make for surprisingly satisfying listening.

Loved the freshness of this album -- Nemanja and Double Sens approach it as if Bach has just handed them the manuscript moments earlier. Fabulous playing.

. . . [after a few bars of] Largo ma non tanto I fell in love. This was partly down to Radulovic's truly exquisite technique and tone, but ultimately it was his attitude to Bach that did it . . . a Bach recording that speaks as much of its musicians as of what we think we know about Bach feels very invigorating . . . there is a spirit of freedom, and the results are passionate readings . . . You can hear this particularly in Aleksandar Sedlar's almost rock-guitarist style arrangements of the Toccata and Fugue and the Chaconne, where both Double Sens and Les Trilles du Diable are with Radulovic every step of the way. Another highlight is the Solo Partita No 3's Gavotte, where I found myself hanging on every gloriously glowing note as Radulovic's stunningly coloured part-writing unfurled . . . as far as Radulovic's approach goes, I'm sold.

. . . le franco-serbe éblouit par sa virtuosité fougueuse, sa générosité et sa volonté de conquérir de nouveaux publics. Dernière preuve: son nouvel album "Bach" où il souhaite donner une image plus humaine et actuelle du grand compositeur allemand.

Nemanja Radulovic est un as du violon et on ne devient pas virtuose en se levant à midi. À preuve, le programme de son nouveau CD . . . Soyons francs, son interprétation risque de faire tiquer les puristes . . .

Radulovic est un excellent violoniste et altiste, ainsi qu'il le prouve une fois de plus avec cet album consacré à Bach père et fils . . . Radulovic explore ces répertoires avec son habituelle fougue, son romantisme échevelé, assez loin des habitudes instituées par les baroqueux, mais tout aussi loin des romantismes un peu hyper-philharmoniques hérités de l'immédiat après-guerre. Autrement dit, vous entendrez ces oeuvres telles que vous ne les avez sans doute jamais entendues.