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Living Stereo: Sibelius, Prokofiev, Glazunov: Violinkonzerte Hybrid SACD

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  2. Adagio di molto - 2004 SACD Remastered
  3. Allegro ma non tanto - 2004 SACD Remastered
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  5. Andante assai - 2004 SACD Remastered
  6. Allegro ben marcato - 2004 SACD Remastered
  7. Moderato - 2004 SACD Remastered
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  9. Tempo I - 2004 SACD Remastered
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man kann diese sacd-revitalisierte kompilation der violin-
konzerte von sibelius, prokofiev (no.2) und glazunov - zuletzt
1986 rca-red-seal cd-digitalisiert - gar nicht überbewerten:
dies ist und bleibt ein grossartiges beispiel für die überragende
geigenspiel-kunst des grossen jascha heifetz.
niemand vor und nach ihm hat diese konzerte so lakonisch kurz-
angebunden, aber delikat und ohne romantisches schwell-pathos
klangsinnlicher eingespielt als er - noble artistische klasse und rasse, zudem auf akzeptablen hifi-niveau. unbedingt hörenswert!
die stars! von heute können nur neidvoll erblassen.
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Manche sehen in Heifetz "nur" einen großen Techniker.
Sas stimmt natürlich nicht. Heifetz war ein ebenso tief fühlender Musiker.
Das Sibelius Konzert ist meiner Meinung technisch wie musikalisch unübertroffen.
Einzig die Flageoletttöne im 3. Satz spielt Vengerov gewitzter. Er spielr sie wie einen Streich.
Kommt aber trotz dieses genialen Einfalls nicht an Heifetz Technik heran.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen 5 Star Recordings 23. März 2011
Von themusgrat - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I will keep this short, and start by saying that I am a classical violinist who learned Sibelius and Glazunov while listening to these recordings, among others. The recording quality is outstanding on all 3 concertos, and I have no problem with the voicing of anything. I feel that the recordings are somewhat idealized for the orchestra, and for these concertos that means dark and smooth. That might just be the instruments used, but I doubt it. Regardless, it gives an amazing backdrop that I have yet to find an equal of for Heifetz.

Heifetz of course is Heifetz, and as the other reviewers said, these recordings do nothing if not showcase his bow technique. If the orchestra is smooth and dark, he is harsh and dark. He has easily one of the most messy bow techniques of anyone ever, but he finds a way to make it work beyond belief. In any case, he rarely misses anything, and neither does the orchestra. One reviewer pointed out 1 time where the orchestra was not together, and I laughed a little inside. There are many times when the orchestra is not perfect, and when Heifetz leads them by a mile. But that is what makes these so special. This is not some mix of 15 different takes, this is the real thing. We are shown as close to a live performance as you can get to I think, considering the outstanding quality. There are mistakes, but they are turned into marvelous musical interpretation.

My teacher, who received 3 degrees from Juliard back in its day, was talking to me about the Glazunov recording. He said he loved to slow it down and listen to all the places where Heifetz messes up, and as he says this he's glowing with excitement. I think this sums up these recordings well. No matter if you choose to appreciate them or not, you cannot deny what Heifetz does for people.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolutely Wonderful Album 10. Juli 2014
Von P. H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This disc contains three wonderful performances of 20th Century violin concertos by three very different composers. The soloist, Jascha Heifetz, is one of the greatest violinists of the 20th Century and there are a great many people who consider him the greatest violin virtuoso of the age of recorded music. In fairness, there are others who think his playing at times is too clinical, too lacking in emotion, too perfect. I am in the former group.

Of the times I have seen Heifetz in performance, one stands alone: A friend invited me to his fifties recital performance in Chicago's Orchestra Hall. When we were seated, we were in the front row on the stage itself, about 30 feet from Heifetz. For two hours we watched and listened as the violin, in his hands, did everything but walk off the stage by itself..

I am not alone in feeling the greatness in his musicianship, In the album notes for the Prokofiev Concerto No 2, Joseph Wechsberg writes: "...one afternoon in Beverly Hills...I asked Heifetz...how he'd played an extremely difficult passage in a concerto that had puzzled me as well as a lot of fellow fiddlers. Heifetz nonchalantly picked up his Guarneri and performed the atrocious passage for me so quickly and easily that I was unable to see how he'd done it...To this day I don't know how he'd played that passage; and I bet there are a lot of able fiddlers who wouldn't know it either..."

As we say, 'the proof is in the pudding.' And what a pudding we have here. Three great violin concertos, played by Heifetz, with two different conductors who share a fiery musical temperment, and three different orchestras with characteristically different sounds. In the middle decades of the 20th Century, symphony orchestras had nationally and regionally different sounds. French and Czech orchestras tended to use small-bore brass and wind instruments that imbue sustained notes with a somewhat sing-song quality. American orchestras generally use larger-bore instruments that do not exhibit this tonal characteristic. At the same time, there were identifiable differences in performance styles, among the major American ensembles. Of the orchestras on this disc, the Boston Symphony would tend to have the lushest and most subtle sound, the Chicago symphony the biggest sound in the Middle-European/Germanic style (indeed, the CSO in the Reiner era would regularly go from pppp to ffff in one note), and the West Coast musicians by comparison, would tend to be a bit lighter and more playful in their sonic signature. There is no rightness or wrongness in these differences. It is just that in the mid-20th Century there were more differences among ensembles than we enjoy today because today musicians in every orchestra are from all over the world and, as a result, the sound has become more homogenized.

As for the conductors, both Hendl and Munch were excellent in support of a soloist. So what we get on this disc are three very fine performances on all counts. What we do not know is who the RCA Victor Symphony really is. The Glazunov concerto was recorded in Santa Monica. Since there is no RCA Victor Symphony, recordings from the East-Coast normally were the NY Philharmonic whose name could not be used because they were under contract to Columbia, while recordings from the West Coast were either the LA Philharmonic (under contract to EMI Angel/Capitol) or a recording orchestra composed of studio musicians with or without members of West Coast symphony orchestras.

For me all of the above just adds to the musical interest of the disc. If you have a player that can decode the SACD/DSD tracks you will hear the music as close to what was originally recorded on the analog tapes as it is possible to reproduce with the technology available when the remastering was done. The major benefits that I have noticed in all the RCA remastered discs I have purchased are increased air around instruments, improved reproduction of harmonics, and increased definition of the recording venue. Easily worth the cost of duplicating discs you may already have in your collection.

I gave this disc 5 stars. I would have given it a higher rating if that were allowed by Amazon's star system. As I write this, it is selling on Amazon for $12.39. My friend paid about 6-times that amount for the tickets over 60 years ago. This album is a steal.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Buy,listen and love this!!!! 13. November 2015
Von TexThai - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is one of the best sounding SACD I have ever heard!!!!!! The music is amazing, the performance is OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!!!! This is 3 speakers across the front of your room creating a wall of sound that brings the symphony orchestra and the soloist right into your room!!!!!!
I cannot speak to the technique Heifetz plays with, it must be the best because it surely sounds so. WOW!!!!
Buy and enjoy this magical music, wonderfully recorded and presented here in DSD resolution. You will not regret it.
I love these RCA Living Stereo discs, and enjoy lots of them, but this is a whole nother level.
Happy listening, God Bless,
5.0 von 5 Sternen Superlative Musician! 17. April 2015
Von Jorge - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Heifetz simply amazes with his technique, tone and mastery of the compositional differences of these pieces.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Heifetz violin concertos 4. März 2013
Von Kindle Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I believe the second movement theme in the Sibelius is one of the sweetest melodies ever written, and wanted to show it to my wife. She loves it, but does not love the Prokofiev and likes (but does not love) the Glazunov. I am more eclectic than she is.
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