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Mørk / Andsnes: Chopin / Schumann

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Chopin : Sonate pour violoncelle - Schumann : Adagio & Allegro op.70 - Fantasie-Stücke op.73 - Stûcke im Volkston op.102 / Truls Mork, violoncelle - Leif Ove Ansdnes, piano


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5.0 von 5 Sternen The most sublime Chopin Cello Sonata I've heard on record + gorgeous Schumann besides 18. März 2012
Von garby francis leon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Back in the early 1990's, late at night after the Los Angeles public access cable station ended its day of obscure and eccentric programming, the station would display a static screen card that remained unchanged until dawn, telling viewers that programming would resume at 7:00 AM. I found myself staring at that screen card again and again as time went on, trying to find a clue... What was the incredible music being broadcast over that card, hour after hour, all night long? - the music on this CD as it turned out, uncredited, unmentioned, and probably, for the most part, unnoticed and unheard. Nor was there any hint as to who had selected it, or why.

After bumping into the music a couple of times, it started to catch my ear. The next time I heard it, I stayed and started to listen much more carefully. As I listened, yes... the music was bewitching, the playing technically perfect and incomparably expressive - so beautiful that sometimes I'd remain for hours listening through the entire CD program twice or more until morning start to brighten behind the slats of my window blinds.

Though utterly bewitched by the incredible sounds coming out of my TV set, I had no idea what it was or who was playing it. And, despite close investigation, the cable station screen card stubbornly refused to reveal anything more.

Finally, after trying to make a substandard cassette recording just for a copy, I remembered to call the station during daytime. To my surprise no one there knew what the music was. Apparently some unnamed engineer-aesthete had programmed the music into the studio machinery somewhere deep in the station's equipment banks and left it on 'repeat' to run all night, every night, week by week, month by month.

In frustration, I started a record-buying guessing game, collecting all the recorded versions of the Chopin Cello Sonata I could find, but in every case I was sharply disappointed at the results - none of them could hold a candle to the music-making here, even those made by the most famous artists. And this was clearly a recent recording, obviously made made with latest technology, resulting in gorgeous sound and ambience.

By chance it happened that I had a friend who was running an occasional a public access TV show that was shot at the station and she invited me on. I went to the studios early and, before taping, poked around and asked everyone if they knew about the 'night music' was which the station had been running after hours. No one knew, but after I left, my friend kept inquiring - because I kept bugging her, "Somebody there must know!" Then, some time later, rather mysteriously and without comment, someone there handed her a scribbled note - "Simax, 1063."

That was no help either. Back in those pre-internet days Simax wasn't a label you could find even in the vast classical bins of Tower Records. Later I learned the label imported into the U.S. was distributed by Koch (this has changed), and then, after much searching, the obscure, almost puzzling answer finally fell out: two musicians named ... was this right? ... Leif Ove Andsnes and Truls Mork, playing Chopin and Schumann cello-piano music. It seemed odd and puzzling - I'd never heard of either, as both were very young and at the beginning of their careers. But I bought three copies, ecstatic that I'd found the music at last, and started giving them out to parents, friends, and playing it repeatedly myself in glorious stereo through a real system.

A year later with my own CD in hand, I chased down the then still very young Leif Ove Andsnes after his first appearance in L.A. playing chamber music (brilliantly!) with musicians from the L.A. Philharmonic on a weeknight concert. After the concert, tired, in a hurry, and rushed along by the irascible L.A. Phil manager Ernest Fleischmann (who later became a friend, as things turned out), Andsnes scribbled his name on the cover art of my CD (different from the dark cover here), then rushed out into the night.

I never get autographs, even from famous musicians, many of whom I respect greatly.

But I got this one, and I still have it. And I still play the recording, often. And in the twenty years since, it's happened the Leif Ove Andsnes has become one of the most famous concert pianists in the world, and one of the most highly-praised and revered, playing the Rachmaninoff 3rd concerto brilliantly in a recorded performance that's so extraordinary it takes your breath away - then at the end you hear the live audience applauding, another astonishing event - you realize what you've just heard is a note-perfect performance of this staggeringly difficult piece...played live!

Truls Mork is great, and Andsnes is something very, very special. But I think I heard that a long time ago - it just took the rest of the world some time to catch up.

But I will always treasure this exquisite Koch/Simax recording of the Chopin Cello Sonata, a rare chamber music piece from the composer but one of his most sublime works, brought fully to life in an obscure, imported CD made by two unknown musicians taking their first steps to worldwide fame.

If you've found this review, consider yourself lucky - you've come upon some of the most beautiful chamber music ever put on record. Five stars and beyond - this is a recording that may keep you up all night long. *****
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