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  • Orchester: Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
  • Dirigent: Neeme Järvi
  • Komponist: Jean Sibelius
  • Audio CD (4. September 2007)
  • SPARS-Code: DDD
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 7
  • Format: Box-Set
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon (Universal Music)
  • ASIN: B000SSPL2Q
  • Weitere Ausgaben: MP3-Download
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.0 von 5 Sternen 1 Kundenrezension
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Titelverzeichnis

Disk: 1

  1. 1. Andante, ma non troppo - Allegro energico
  2. 2. Andante ma non troppo lento
  3. 3. Scherzo Allegro
  4. 4. Finale Quasi una fantasia
  5. Adagio -
  6. Vivacissimo - Adagio -
  7. Allegro molto moderato - Allegro moderato -
  8. Vivace - Presto - Adagio - Largamente molto - Affettuoso

Disk: 2

  1. 1. Allegretto
  2. 2. Tempo andante, ma rubato - Andante sostenuto
  3. 3. Vivacissimo - Lento e suave - Largamente
  4. 4. Finale Allegro moderato

Disk: 3

  1. 1. Allegro moderato
  2. 2. Andantino con moto, quasi allegretto
  3. 3. Moderato - Allegro ma non tanto
  4. 1. Tempo molto moderato, quasi adagio
  5. 2. Allegro molto vivace
  6. 3. Il tempo largo
  7. 4. Allegro

Disk: 4

  1. 1. Tempo molto moderato - Allegretto
  2. 2. Andante mosso, quasi allegretto
  3. 3. Allegro molto
  4. 1. Allegro molto moderato
  5. 2. Allegretto moderato
  6. 3. Poco vivace
  7. 4. Allegro molto

Disk: 5

  1. 1. Intermezzo Moderato (Original Version)
  2. 2. Ballade Tempo di menuetto (Original Version)
  3. 3. Alla marcia Moderato (Original Version)
  4. Luonnotar, Op.70
  5. Arr.: cpsr
  6. The Oceanides. Tone Poem for Orchestra, op.73
  7. Nocturne: Molto Moderato (Suite)
  8. 1. Elegie: Andante sostenuto (Suite)
  9. 2. Musette: Allegretto (Suite)
  10. Serenade: Moderato assai Quasi menuetto (Suite)
  11. Ballade: Allegro molto - Vivace (Suite)
  12. Andante sostenuto - Allegro moderato - Allegro (Original Version)

Disk: 6

  1. Pohjolas Daughter, Op.49
  2. Nightride and Sunrise, Op.55 (1909)
  3. Lemminkäinen and the Island Maidens (Original Version)
  4. The Swan of Tuonela (Original Version)
  5. Lemminkäinen in Tuonela (Original Version)
  6. Lemminkäinen's return (Original Version)

Disk: 7

  1. En Saga, Op.9
  2. Spring Song - Symphonic Poem op.16
  3. from incidental music to Kuolema
  4. from incidental music to Kuolema
  5. from incidental music to Kuolema
  6. from incidental music to Kuolema
  7. The Bard - Symphonic Poem, Op.64
  8. Tapiola, Op.112

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Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) gilt als einer der letzten großen Sinfoniker. Mit seinen Werken vor allem im Bereich der Orchestermusik vollendete er die Spätromantik und bahnte sich seinen ganz individuellen Weg in die Moderne. Interessanterweise komponierte der Finne nach 1929 keine neuen Werke mehr, sondern zog sich über 30 Jahre vor seinem Tod komplett aus der Öffentlichkeit zurück.
In Deutschland dauerte es sehr lange, bis Sibelius zu größerer Bekanntheit gelangte. Oftmals wird er auf sein Violinkonzert und seine sinfonischen Dichtungen reduziert. Das vorliegende Box Set allerdings, das nahezu die komplette Orchestermusik des finnischen Komponisten beinhaltet, beweist, dass Sibelius einer der bedeutendsten Komponisten an der Schwelle zur Moderne war.

Die erste Sinfonie in e moll op. 39 hat eine gewisse Ähnlichkeit zur monumentalen Fünften von Tchaikovsky. Man höre sich alleine die frappanten Übereinstimmungen in der Einleitung des Kopfsatzes an! Im Großen und Ganzen handelt es sich bei diesem ersten Versuch in der Königskategorie um ein durchaus achtbares Werk, das bereits viele Merkmale der typischen Tonsprache des Finnen trägt: herbes Pathos, klare Linienführung, ungewöhnliche, teils gewagte melodische Bögen.
Die berühmteste und beliebteste Sinfonie Sibelius' ist die zweite in D Dur op. 43. Grund hierfür ist natürlich das bombastische, überwältigende Finale, das packend zwischen Dur und Moll schwankt. Dem Hörer beschert Sibelius hier ein unvergessliches, einprägsames Gänsehauterlebnis.
Von besonderer Schlichtheit ist die dritte Sinfonie in C Dur op. 52. Sibelius verzichtet hier auf ein Scherzo.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 von 5 Sternen 25 Rezensionen
4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent symphonies, inferior tone poems 30. Januar 2017
Von Barry Rucker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a 7-CD set of Sibelius orchestral music (symphonies and tone poems). The first 4 CDs contain all 7 symphonies, worth 5*. They are of uniform high quality, by turns atmospheric, melodic, and moody , Romantic music with colorful instrumentation and judicious use of brass. Symphony 1 is in traditional symphonic form. In Symphony 2 it is fascinating to hear development of each melody. Pizzicato is prominent in the second movement. Movements 3-4 are continuous, with the 4th movement being especially powerful and possessing a beautiful melody over arpeggios. Symphonies 3-6 are simply beautiful. Symphony 7, a beautiful song, is unusual in having 4 continuous movements.
The last 3 CDs, tone poems, are of considerably less value. Luonnotar, Oceanides, King Christian Ballade, Finlandia, and all of CD 6 except track 4 are irritating, because they are strident or frenetic. CD 7 is something of a return to form for Sibelius, the music being more tolerable. On CD 5 Karolia Suite is pretty. Since the tone poems average 3*, the overall value of this set must be 4*.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Make NO Mistake...This Is One of the BEST! 27. Juli 2010
Von Gregory E. Foster - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is truly a top-notch collection of the complete symphonies of Jean Sibelius out there....Jarvi, long-steeped in this music, certainly is one of the TWO best interpreters of these works. The other, of course, is Osmo Vanska, that set, also highly recommended Sibelius: The Complete Symphonies.

Neeme Jarvi knows these works inside-out, and together with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra present truly in-depth performances of these Scandanavian monolithic works. DG gives us great demonstration quality sound, strings with a beautiful sheen, and brass with true bite, paced majestically by the inimitable Jarvi, one of the finest conductors/interpreters to come our way.

I honestly find no weak links here to speak of, but wish for a less introspective Fourth that carries more involvement, more bite if you will. This is not a complaint, really, as the work still holds together.

The other works, filling up the discs, are all first rate, and I must say that I am most pleased to have here included the wonderful "Nightride and Sunrise" op. 55, not usually a presented work, and truly worthy of disc space and certainly your time!

What could I wish for? Well, I wish I had realized that this set was also available in SACD format before ordering it, for only a very few dollars more! What a bargain this set is in SACD...I would urge you to go for that one for the small price difference.

The complaint(s) about no documentation are truly minimalistic here, I believe. These recordings are all first-rate, they are presented at a bargain price, etc., and while I usually do complain about no documentation, in this case, DG is forgiven because of what they are giving us at such a great price. Listen, folks, if you need more information regarding these works and Sibelius, it is easily and readily available on line...take this bargain, and spend a little time looking up what you need to know!

This set is exemplary....you're in for a real treat, believe me!

~operabruin
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Is this the best classical box set on Amazon? 20. Juli 2012
Von mbx1 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Maybe. As the cd era shows signs of drawing to a close (at least all the pundits seem to say so) the record labels are trying to get as much mileage from their back catalog as possible.

So we're seeing amazing deals on classical box sets from DG, Philips, Decca, Mercury, etc.

I have bought a lot of these box sets, but this is certainly my favorite. I've been a Sibelius fan for 30 years and have owned many recordings of these works. Until now my favorite has always been the Colin Davis cycle on Philips with the Boston Symphony from the mid 1970's.

But this set takes the crown. Wonderful performances, great sonics, this is just a terrific collection. Highest recommendation.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You'll love it . . . if you have the right approach 14. Januar 2017
Von Myopinion - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I enjoyed this more-or-less complete works of Sibelius, and I think you will, too -- but please be aware that this music is NOT what a number of reviewers would have you believe. Specifically, neither Finnish composer Sibelius, nor Estonian conductor Neeme Jarvi, nor the Swedish Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra will bring you "Scandinavian"-style music. Finland in NOT part of Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland), and Sibelius is most assuredly a nationalistic Finnish composer.

Aside from being controlled by Sweden for several centuries long ago (a country the Finns learned to despise), the country's more recent history is linked to its Baltic neighbors across the sea to the south - Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania - and even more significantly, from a musical standpoint, to the great brooding presence to the east/southeast - Russia. Finland was frequently at war with Russia before, during and following Sibelius' career as a composer, and has continually been influenced by it culturally. Consequently, you will find vastly more Russian influence in Sibelius than Scandinavian, and the Estonian Neeme Jarvi is a marvelous person to conduct the Finn's compositions.

Put another way, you would obviously be poorly advised to get acquainted with Beethoven as a Russian-style composer, or Tchaikovsky as a dealer in the Italian style, or Puccini as a German classicist. So approach Sibelius on his own terms as a Finn. You'll get an abundance of the cold northland, the militance and influence you'd expect from a Russian neighbor, and most of all Finland itself. Enjoy it accordingly.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Superb Introduction to Sibelius 6. Februar 2008
Von Johannes Climacus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This box contains nearly all of Sibelius's major orchestral music, in superb performances under a noted interpreter of Scandanavian music, in collaboration with a virtuosic ensemble that is thoroughly steeped in the idiom, and vividly recorded. As such it represents remarkable value for a modest investment. Similar sets abound--Berglund/EMI, Barbirolli/EMI, Ashkenazy/Decca, Davis/BMG--but this one, in my estimation, trumps them all.

Järvi knows this music inside out, yet conveys the freshness of new discovery even in such hackneyed works as the Second Symphony, *Finlandia*, and the *Swan of Tuonela*. He has the measure of Sibelius's northern sensibilities, but doesn't overdo the bleakness; on the other hand, there is a forthrightness, even a toughness to his interpretations that well suit a composer who fairly early in his career turned rather decisively from lush romanticism to a more restrained neo-classicism. Thus Järvi resists overplaying the rhetoric in the finale of the Third and the Fifth, while he vividly evokes the chilly landscpes of the Sixth, Seventh and *Tapiola* (whose central "storm" episode is as terrifying as one could wish, even if, at a rather brisk tempo, it doesn't build as inexorably as Karajan's stunning EMI account). I also appreciated Järvi's headstrong but nuanced First and Second, which convey a sense of eager anticipation that make them sound newly-minted.

A generous serving of tone poems and shorter orchestral works, including the *Four Legends* (but regrettably not the *Kullervo Symphony*), benefit from Järvi's crisply articulated rhythms and cleanly delineated textures. *Night Ride and Sunrise* sweeps one along in a whirlwind of passion--yet it is passion under control, and that is exactly right for Sibelius. *Andante Festivo* is as haunting as one could wish. *Luonnatar* is spectacularly well sung, and it's cosmic vision is communicated with extraordinary vividness.

The one relative disappointment for me was Järvi's appropriately introverted but less than involving Fourth Symphony. But my impressions might have been shaped by an abiding admiration for Karajan's and Maazel's more overtly expressive accounts of the score. But even when he is not firing on all cylinders, Järvi is never less than elegant and always atmospheric in Sibelius--and that counts for more than superficial excitement.

So don't hesitate to purchase this set if you're seeking something like a "basic library edition" of Sibelius's important orchestral music. You won't be disappointed. Järvi is more interesting than Davis or Berglund, leaner and meaner than Barbirolli (to be sure), better played and recorded than Sakari (though not by much), far more idiomatic than Ashkenazy's "Slavic" or Karajan's "Prussian" Sibelius (much though I enjoy the results of those misconceptions!).

In short--a best buy, despite the absence of a booklet with annotations.
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