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El Salon Mexico / Klarinettenkonzert

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  • Orchester: New York Philharmonic
  • Dirigent: Leonard Bernstein
  • Komponist: Aaron Copland
  • Audio CD (3. Juni 1991)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon (UMIS - Universal Import)
  • ASIN: B000001GES
  • Weitere verfügbare Ausgaben: Audio CD
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Titelverzeichnis

Disk: 1

  1. Original Version
  2. Original Version
  3. Original Version
  4. 1. Prologue (Original Version)
  5. 2. Dance (Original Version)
  6. 3. Interlude (Original Version)
  7. 4. Burlesque (Original Version)
  8. 5. Epilogue (Original Version)
  9. Connotations For Orchestra (1961-62): Intenso - Drammatico (Live From Avery Fisher Hall, New York / 1989)

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Bernstein brings some lesser known works of Aaron Copland to life. 11. April 2017
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There was never a better conductor of Aaron Copland's music than Leonard Bernstein, (though Copland himself was often very good). LB tended to always bring out the jazzy panache, the pure American spirit, the iconoclastic attitude, and even the strong Mahlerian strains in Copland's works. This cd contains four works, recorded in 1989 with the New York Philharmonic, featuring the one and only Stanley Drucker on clarinet.
El Salon Mexico has a slow tempo to it, (as do all of these recordings), and so the swaying dance rhythms are not as pronounced. Copland's own version is better. But LB still infuses the music with a strong sense of life that I can't quite describe exactly. It must be that unique Bernstein style, which Copland obviously lacked. The clarinet concerto, featuring the above mentioned Mr. Drucker, is very smooth and beautiful, with strong touches of Mahler in the first movement. Now, of course, Mr. Drucker is not Benny Goodman, who made a fantastic recording of this work with AC conducting decades ago. Benny's is the standard recording. But Drucker, the principal clarinetist of the NYPO for about a million years, knows just what to do with this music in a classical sense. No one could top him there. As for the Dance Suite, it is a decent work with very jazzy moods, and is quite similar to Bernstein's own music on occasion. LB is naturally at home here. Ending the disc is the Connotations for Orchestra, a work LB premiered at the opening of Lincoln Center back in 1962. This work has never been much liked by critics, and LB got much of the blame for the poor reception of this music. Bernstein just never seemed to respond, so they have said, to the serialist, 12 tone, modernist school of composition. But I beg to differ, as I found this piece to be the best on the cd. You could still hear traces of Copland's populist style, with it's wide open plains and prairies, in this Schoenbergian music. But I could also hear a little of LB's music too, namely the Kaddish symphony, the On the Waterfront music, and especially the ballet Dybbuk. I think Connotations in a fine work and may be one of the most unfairly condemned works ever by a truly great composer. It also might be AC's last truly great work.
The sound on this DG recording is very good, as Bernstein does a better job here with these four works than he did for Columbia records. The only reason I wouldn't give this 5 stars are for El Salon being not as good as AC's version, and the Dance Suite being a bit too much of a throw away piece. Otherwise this cd is recommended.-----------------PEACE
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 24. April 2016
Von Lonnie Fogel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A great American combination: Copland, Bernstein and Drucker!
5.0 von 5 Sternen are the best ever. 11. Oktober 2015
Von Stephen Chenette - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The recordings of Copland's music, conducting by Leonard Bernstein, are the best ever.
5.0 von 5 Sternen no issues 6. Januar 2015
Von Ron S. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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no issues!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen aaron copland recording 24. Juni 2010
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An excellent recording of Copland, conducted by the conductor who knew and appreciated his music best. The supplier was prompt.
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