ELGAR por BARBIROLLI

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ELGAR por BARBIROLLI

Mensaje sin leerpor c3po » 11-12-2007 3:37

Aquí teneis los dos primeros cds de los cinco que forman la caja de EMI dedicada a las obras orquestales de Elgar dirigidas por Barbirolli.

La siguiente entrega serán los cds 3 y 4.

El cd 5, que incluye "Sea Pictures" y el magnífico concierto para violoncelo interpretado por Jacqueline Du Pré, ya estaba disponible previamente en el emule, por lo que no lo he ripeado.

Que lo disfruteis



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Edward Elgar 1857-1934

Sir John Barbirolli

Compact Disc 1

Symphony No.1 in A flat Op.55

1 I. AnDante, nobilmente e semplice - Allegro
2 II. Allegro molto -
3 III. Adagio
4 IV. Lento - Allegro

Philharmonia Orchestra

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 28 & 29.VIII.1962
Producen Víctor Olof ■ Balance Engineer: Howard Davldson
© 1963 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remasterIng ® 1993 by EMI Records Ltd.


5 Introduction and Allegro Op.47

Sinfonia of London with the Allegri String Quartet

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 10 & 11.V.1962
Producer: Victor Olof ■ Balance Engineer: Howard Davldson
© 1963 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remasterIng © 2000 by EMI Records Ltd.


Compact Disc 2

Symphony No.2 in E flat Op.63
1 1. Allegro vivace e nobilmente
2 II. Larghetto
3 III. Rondo: Presto
4 IV. Moderato e maestoso

Hallé Orchestra

Recorded: Klngsway Hall, London, 20 & 21.IV.1964
Producer: Víctor Olof ■ Balance Engineer: Christopher Parker
© 1964 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering © 1993 by EMI Records Ltd.


5 Elegy Op.58
6 Sospiri Op.70

New Philharmonia Orchestra


Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 16.VI.1966 Producer: Christopher Bishop ■ Balance Engineer: Christopher Parker © 1966 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering ® 1993 by EMI Records Ltd.

Barbirolli conducts Elgar

In this set can be found all the major orchestral works of Edward Elgar (1857-1934) ¡n the recordings made by one of their greatest ¡nterpreters, Sir John Barblrolll (1899-1970), during the last decade of his life. Despite havlng a Venetian father and a French mother, Barblrolll was born a Cockney ¡n London. He used to say, I only know two languages, Venetian and Cockney' but, for all hls cosmopolitan background, Elgar's muslc was ¡n hls bloodstream from hls very earllest years earning a livlng playing the cello. At 20 he was ¡n the ranks of the London Symphony Orchestra at the flrst performance of the Cello Concertó under Elgar's baton, and three months later was the sololst ¡n ¡t himself. He played for Elgar again ¡n The Dream of Gerontius at a Three Cholrs Festival and when wlthin a few years he took up conducting himself the oíd composer singled him out for encouragement as one 'In whose work I have confldence'. Thls was after Barbirolli successfully dlrected the Second Symphony at a London concert ¡n 1927 that really launched his conducting career. The last link occurred in February 1934: Elgar's final illness prevented him from taking charge of a concert of his music ¡n Manchester, and it was Barblrolll who was called upon to deputise for him.
Elgar could have had no more devoted disciple. The programmes of Barbirolli's first permanent conducting appointment, the Scottish Orchestra (1933-6), soon featured the concertos and symphonles, as did hls busy guest-conducting schedule at this time (in Leningrad and Helsinki he ¡ntroduced the Enigma Variations). And when he succeeded Toscanini at the New York Philharmonic in 1936 the 'propaganda' (as he called ¡t) continued, though with less success than in Europe: rebuffs from American crítics about what they regarded as Elgar's essentlally provincial music wounded but never deterred him. In 1943 he returned to Britain to become conductor of the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester, and for the next 25 years Elgar lovers in Britaln were permanently ¡n his debt. The Hallé appointment invested Barbirolli with a tradition that he prized: Hans Rlchter, one of his predecessors, had conducted the premieres of The Dream of Gerontius and the Enigma Variations, and it was in Manchester with the Hallé that in 1908 he ¡ntroduced Elgar's First Symphony.
Barbirolli's first essay at anything by Elgar on disc was in 1927 (despite the small chamber forces ¡nvolved Elgar's prophetic comment was that he had not realised his Introduction and Allegro was 'such a blg work'), but ¡t was ¡n the
Hallé period between 1947 and 1966 that he recorded many of the orchestral pieces more than once. This serles began, stlll in the 78rpm era, with the Enigma Variations, Cockaigne and the works for strings. All were made with the Hallé, but by the 1960s Barbirolli's international conducting status took him to rostrums other than Manchester's and for his last group of recordlngs he was served variously by the London Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia and the Sinfonía of London besides the Hallé. His own orchestra still figurad promlnently, naturally, and can be heard here in the Second Symphony and Falstaff (and elsewhere ¡n a famous versión of The Dream of Gerontius). Falstaff was always somewhat speclal for Barbirolli because, when he vlsited the oíd composer not long before he died, Elgar took him through the score and played him parts of his own recording of it: when the music reached the llttle side-drum passage that announces Falstaff's death Elgar remarked self-deprecatingly: 'Well, that's a good bit anyway'. Whenever he directed Fa/síaff afterwards, Barbirolli never forgot that personal memory.
Another work that had a distlnct resonance for him was the Cockaigne overture, for Elgar's portrait of London depicted the period in which Barbirolli grew up ¡n the city: he never forgot the sights and sounds described in that muslc.
By the same token hls upbringing ¡n Edwardlan times would have enabled him to respond to the strain of chivalry that runs through Froissart, and unashamedly to the martial flag-waving of the Pomo and Circumstance set of marches. Yet he could identify equally well with the intímate personal portraits that make up the Enigma Variations, drawing Elgar's 'frlends pictured within' with much ¡maginatlve detail and sympathetic understanding. To the strlng works - especially the Introduction and Allegro (of which the versión here was his síxth recording) - he brought a stríng player's natural ardour, relishing the big moments equally alongside the quiet meditatlve qualitíes of the Serenade, Elegy and Sospirí.
Both the symphoníes are heard in performances typical of Barbirolli in his last period. He had loved these works for almost 40 years and his fervent affectlon revealed ¡tself now in a more expansive way than in earlier times. But both symphonies are large structures that can take a spotlight occasíonally being shone on a particular passage while Barbirolli lavlshed extra-special warmth upon the phrasing. The remaining works are masterly: the Cello Concertó finds him supportlng and nurturingthe miraculous 20-year-old Jacquellne du Pré in every bar and inflection, while, with Dame Janet Baker as a vivid, transfiguring soloist, the Sea Pictures are elevated to an imaginative level rarely achieved. © Lyndon Jenkins, 2006

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Mensaje sin leerpor Raf » 11-12-2007 18:28

Gracias!!! Voy a por ello.

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Mensaje sin leerpor Gambu » 12-12-2007 12:58

Muy agradecido, c3po. :D

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Mensaje sin leerpor piano61 » 12-12-2007 15:50

el 12 de diciembre de 2007, el archivo está con pocas fuentes y un 58 % de partes disponibles... el resto está en rojo.

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Mensaje sin leerpor Francisco José Lamas Noya » 12-12-2007 20:29

Ahroa mismo, (12/XII/2007) yo lo tengo en azul muy bonito. Un poco de paciencia, querido.

Por cierto, mil gracias por este lanzamiento. :D
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Mensaje sin leerpor piano61 » 13-12-2007 10:41

Efectivamente, ya va...

¡La paciencia es la madre de la ciencia!

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Mensaje sin leerpor c3po » 13-12-2007 18:29

Aquí dejo los cds 3 y 4: :wink:

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Compact Disc 3

Falstaff Symphonic Study ¡n C minor Op.68
1 1. Falstaff and Prince Henry
2 II. Eastcheap - Gadshill - The Boar's Head, revelry and sleep
3 Dream Interlude: 'Jack Falstaff, now Sir John, a boy, and page to Thomas Duke of Norfolk'
4 III. Falstaff's march - The return through Gloucestershire -
5 Interlude: Gloucestershire. Shallow's orchard (Allegretto) - The new king -The hurried ride to London
6 IV. King Henry V's progress - The repudiation of Falstaff, and his death

Hallé Orchestra

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 1.VI.1964
Producer: Ronald Kinloch Anderson ■ Balance Engineer: Christopher Parker © 1964 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering © 1988 by EMI Records Ltd.


7 Cockaigne (In London Town) Concert Overture Op.40


Philharmonia Orchestra

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 27.VIII.1962
Producer: Victor Olof ■ Balance Engineer: Howard Davidson
© 1963 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering © 2004 by EMI Records Ltd.


8 Froissart Concert Overture Op.19

New Philharmonia Orchestra

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 15.VII.1966 Producer: Chrlstopher Bishop ■ Balance Engineer: Christopher Parker ® 1966 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering ® 1988 by EMI Records Ltd.


Compact Disc 4

Variations on an Original Theme 'Enigma' Op.36

1 Theme
2 1. C.A.E. (Caroline Alice Elgar)
3 II. H.D.S.P (Hew David Steuart-Powell)
4 III. R.B.T. (Richard Baxter Townshend)
5 IV. W.M.B. (William Meath Baker)
6 V. R.PA. (Richard Penrose Arnold)
7 VI. Ysobel (Isabel Fitton)
8 Vil. Troyte (Troyte Griffith)
9 VIII. W.N. (Wlnifred Norbury)
10 IX. Nlmrod (A.J. Jaeger)
11 X. Intermezzo: Dorabella (Dora Penny)
12 XI. G.R.S. (George Robertson Sinclair)
13 XII. B.G.N. (Basll G. Nevinson)
14 XIII. Romanza: *** (Lady Mary Lygon)
15 XIV. Finale: E.D.U. (the composer)

Philharmonia Orchestra

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 9.V. & 27.VIII.1962
Producen Víctor Olof ■ Balance Engineer: Howard Davidson
© 1963 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering ® 1988 by EMI Records Ltd.


Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches Op.39
16 No.l ¡n D*
17 No.2 ¡n A minort
18 No.3 ¡n C minor1
19 No.4 ¡n G*
20 No.5 ¡n C

Philharmonia Orchestra

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, *29.VIII.1962; tl4.VII.1966
Producers: *V¡ctor Olof and tchristopher Bishop
Balance Engineers: *Howard Davidson and tchristopher Parker
© »1963/fl966 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering ÍB 1988 by EMI Records Ltd.


Serenade ¡n E minor Op.20
21 I. Allegro piacevole
22 II. Larghetto
23 III. Allegretto - Come prima

Sinfonía of London

Recorded: Kingsway Hall, London, 10 & 11.V1962
Producen Victor Olof ■ Balance Engineer: Howard Davidson
® 1963 EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering® 2000 by EMI Records Ltd.

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Mensaje sin leerpor Wanderer » 23-12-2007 13:39

El cd 5, que incluye "Sea Pictures" y el magnífico concierto para violoncelo interpretado por Jacqueline Du Pré, ya estaba disponible previamente en el emule, por lo que no lo he ripeado.


Lástima, porque: 1º.- Es el cd 5 de una colección. 2º.- El orden de las obras es diferente, y 3º.- Lo más importante: es una remasterización de 2004, lo que supondrá teóricamente mejor sonido. De hecho los 4 anteriores CDs suenan fenomenal.

Personalmente te agradecería que lo pensaras y si no hubiera grandes inconvenientes lo publicaras.

Mil gracias por la publicación.

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