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Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Nr katalogowy: CDA 67690
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2009
EAN: 34571176901
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): francuski
Instrumenty: altówka

d’Indy: Wallenstein: and other orchestral works

Hyperion - CDA 67690
Wykonawcy
Lawrence Power, viola
BBC National Orchestra of Wales / Thierry Fischer
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Prise de Son d'Exception Classica Repertoire 9 Le Monde de la Musique 4 Diapason 5
 
Vincent d’Indy is one of many great nineteenth-century composers whose reputation has suffered through the vagaries of fashion. Yet his fine body of works shows an imaginatively eclectic engagement with the musical trends of his age and a significant orchestral ability greater than that of his revered teacher César Franck. This disc from Thierry Fischer and The BBC National Orchestral of Wales presents a fascinating selection of d’Indy’s orchestral works.

Wallenstein, an early and substantial programmatic work, reflects d’Indy’s love of Germany and its culture. Based on a poetic drama by Schiller about doomed love in the Thirty Years’ War, it consists of three interlinked symphonic orvertures, employing cyclic themes and other Wagnerian techniques. The superbly poetic symphonic poem Saugefleurie is also a programmatic work. Although the influence of Wagner is again apparent, the music is characteristically French in its sonorous refinement and clear luminous orchestration.

Two charming and brilliantly conceived single-movement works for solo viola and orchestra showcase the talents of Hyperion artist Lawrence Power.



GRAMOPHONE RECOMMENDS

'D'Indy handles his outsize forces with conspicuous skill (there's some terrific horn writing throughout, and the work's A flat major apotheosis is haunting indeed. Both the Op 19 Lied and Choral varié prove very fetching discoveries, especially when Lawrence Power plays with the selfless dedication, sense of poetry and lustrous tone that made his world premiere recording of York Bowen's viola concerto so special … A toothsome and notably enterprising collection, this, with splendidly ample and atmospheric sound to match. A confident recommendation seems in order' (Gramophone)

These works make a good introduction to D'Indy's post-Wagnerian art … Choral varié and Lied are concertante works in which, respectively, the saxophone and cello solos are replaced by viola, played by Lawrence Power with his customary seductiveness' (The Sunday Times)

'Full of vitality and warmth, with bright brass and energetic strings in upfront perspective against a resonant acoustic … Lawrence Power as viola soloist … responds generously to the passages of hushed intenstity in the Choral varié' (BBC Music Magazine)



Recording details: February 2008; Brangwyn Hall, Guildhall, Swansea, Wales; Produced by Andrew Keener; Engineered by Simon Eadon; Release date: February 2009;

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