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Poulenc, F.: Concertos for Keyboard Instruments
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  • Komponist: Francis Poulenc
  • Audio CD (15. Januar 2010)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Format: Hybrid SACD
  • Label: Oehmsclassics (Naxos Deutschland Musik & Video Vertriebs-)
  • ASIN: B00303WQ2Y
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Mit Albrecht, Tal, Groethuysen, Haag und Kofler hat man so Brillante Musiker, die nicht nur hervorragende Musiker sondern auch sehr gute Teamplayer sind. Dadurch ist die CD ein einziger, stimmiger Genuß und macht richtig Spaß zu hören.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Dreadful Recording of Poulenc Classics 12. August 2016
Von Hannibal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I am happy to write in total agreement with Arnaldo Dines musically expert review of this dreadful disc. Not only are Poulenc's urtexts slimed by these performances, they are in truth grotesque!

Also, as a voracious SACD enthusiast and listener, I feel compelled to warn potential purchasers not to buy this SACD, to which Amazon has attached "D.S.D" despite there being no such designation of its use in either the liner notes, or on the disc itself - indeed on the disc it states only: "DDD", not DSD. I point this out as a possible explanation why the disc's sound is so appalling, which initially suggested to me that it had been recorded in a subterranean cave somewhere. Unlikely as that is, and clearly making no reference to the initial DSD process which proceeds virtually all SACDs to my knowledge, and even many remasters which do NOT go on to become SACDs, therein might lie the explanation for the cavernous quality, and the distinction of being the worst SACD I have ever heard, with organ or not. In any case, CAVEAT EMPTOR - the sound stinks!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Concerto for Keyboard: Organ 27. Juni 2013
Von Bill8811 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I very much enjoy the Oehms organ recordings and particularly Mr. Albrecht's transcriptions. I enjoyed all of the concertos as they presented a different and refreshing perspective.
I concur with the well written review by Mr. Bogat.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Poor Poulenc 16. August 2012
Von Arnaldo Dines - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like most SACD collectors, I've purchased a number of duds. Usually I take it all in stride, being that's part of the game of discovering new titles. But I have to take exception with this organ-centric disc from Oehms Classics. While it could have been a showcase for some of Poulenc's most inventive creations, what we get instead are slapstick versions of the Harpsichord Concerto and the Concerto for 2 Pianos, both accompanied by what sounds like a giant accordion in lieu of an orchestra. I'm still traumatized after sitting through this a few times. Likewise, I can only imagine poor Poulenc turning in his grave whenever someone spins this disc.

According to Oehms, "... In the Harpsichord Concerto and the Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, Hansjörg Albrecht slips into the role of the orchestra, whose part he plays on the organ. He builds on the performance practices of the early 20th Century, where salon-organs were often used in private spaces for concerts in small groups and presented the avant-garde composers, an expert audience of new compositions."

Sorry guys, but that's the lamest excuse I've heard in quite a while. The simple fact is that this is all about showcasing Mr. Albretch's organ chops, with total disregard for Poulenc's exquisite orchestral colors. Even worse is the fact that they had the resources to record the original versions, being that the Organ Concerto is decently performed in its original format for organ, strings and timpani. But that's too little too late, just like the rather plain sonics.

Meanwhile, there are good SACD alternatives for the organ concerto, such as my favorite, Poulenc: Organ Concerto; Barber; Petit from Linn Records, or even Saint-Saëns: Symphony No. 3; Poulenc: Organ Concerto from Ondine. Unfortunately, not so for the other concertos. For now, I'll hold on to my old Erato CDs with James Conlon conducting the Rotterdams Philharmonic Orchestra, with Ton Koopman and Marie-Claire Alain handling the harpsichord and organ, while Jean-Philippe Coulard and Francois-Rene Duchable tackle the pianos. Early digital sound et al, they're artistically miles ahead of this musical pastiche from Mr. Albretch and Co. Frankly, as it stands, I'd give this performance a negative rating if I could.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A wonderful new look at three Poulenc keyboard concertos 7. März 2010
Von Leni Bogat - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This OEHM Classics disc contains three keyboard concertos by the great French composer Francis Poulenc (1899-1963). Only one is performed in its original form, the Concerto in G minor for Organ, Strings and timpani. It is a splendid performance, vibrant, tender, exciting and beautifully recorded, as are the other works on this disc. All three works are conducted from the organ, a magnificent instrument located in the Great Concert Hall of the College of Music and Drama in Munich, by Hansjörg Albrecht. The strings of the Bach Collegium München are in perfect balance with the sounds of the organ, and timpanist, Babette Haag, is first class. In short, a performance nothing short of amazing.

The other two concertos are performed in transcriptions by Albrecht in which the organ, with the help of a percussionist - the only orchestral part that cannot be reproduced by the organ - plays the orchestral part. These transcriptions are immensely successful and while the sonorities are different from the original, nothing of the music is lost. Quite the contrary, there is an intimacy to these performances that is very reminiscent of the finest aspects of chamber music.

The Concert Champêtre for Harpsichord and Orchestra was written for harpsichordist Wanda Landowska who premiered the work in 1929 with Pierre Monteux conducting. This version, for harpsichord, organ and percussion, is one of the best I've heard. The Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, one of the finest duo piano works ever penned, is thrilling and transparent. Every note can be heard and the two pianos maintain their own identity such that the intricacies of the interaction between them can be heard clearly.

I cannot recommend this disc highly enough. For those who possess recordings of this music in its original form, this is a wonderful addition to their libraries. For those who do not, what a perfect way to discover this marvelous music.

The disc itself is a Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid SACD, playable on SACD, CD and DVD players. The sound is extraordinarily clear and beautiful with an excellent soundstage. Total timing of the disc is 67:13.
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