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Renaud Capuçon - Wolfgang Rihm: Gedicht des Malers; Pascal Dusapin: Aufgang; Bruno Mantovani: Jeux d'eau (2016) [Re-Up]

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Renaud Capuçon - Wolfgang Rihm: Gedicht des Malers; Pascal Dusapin: Aufgang; Bruno Mantovani: Jeux d'eau (2016) [Re-Up]

Renaud Capuçon - Wolfgang Rihm: Gedicht des Malers;
Pascal Dusapin: Aufgang; Bruno Mantovani: Jeux d'eau (2016)
Wiener Symphoniker, Orchestre de l'Opéra national de Paris; Philippe Jordan, conductor
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Myung-Whun Chung, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 320 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 153 Mb | Artwork included
Classical, 21st Century | Label: Erato | # 2564 602687 | Time: 01:05:42

Firmly established as one of the world’s greatest violinists, Renaud Capuçon career both on the stage and as a recording artist has spanned a wide gamut of concerto repertoire, chamber music and recitals. Celebrating his 40th birthday this year (2016), Capuçon presents three world-premiere recordings of violin concertos written for and dedicated to him by three of today’s most exciting composers: Wolfgang Rihm, Pascal Dusapin and Bruno Mantovani - with the Orchestre de l'Opéra national de Paris, Wiener Symphoniker and Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France under the conductors Myung-Whun Chung and Philippe Jordan.

Martha Argerich, Renaud Capucon, Mischa Maisky - Beethoven: Triple Concerto, Op. 56; Schumann: Piano Concerto, Op. 54 (2004)

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Martha Argerich, Renaud Capucon, Mischa Maisky - Beethoven: Triple Concerto, Op. 56; Schumann: Piano Concerto, Op. 54 (2004)

Ludwig van Beethoven: Triple Concerto, Op. 56; Robert Schumann: Piano Concerto, Op. 54 (2004)
Martha Argerich, piano; Renaud Capuçon, violin; Mischa Maisky, cello;
Orchestra della Svizzera italiana, Alexandre Rabinovitch-Barakovsky

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 309 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI | # 7243 5 57773 2 4 | Time: 01:04:35

The Beethoven Triple Concerto is a strange work, with the most important–-or at least prominent–-solos given to the cello; it is the instrument which introduces each movement. The remarkable Martha Argerich wisely allows Mischa Maisky to shine in his solos and leading position, but her contribution is anything but back seat. Her customary virtuosity is everywhere in evidence, and, in a way, she turns the piano into the spinal column of the work, with the violin and cello playing around her. Every time Maisky is about to lapse into a mannerism which might detract–-too much sliding, a dynamic slightly exaggerated–-Argerich brings him back, and both of them play with handsome tone. Capucon's violin is recorded a bit stridently (this was taped live in Lugano), but his playing is equally stunning. Alexandre Rabinovitch-Barakovsky leads the orchestra matter-of-factly until the final movement, when he catches the proper fire. In the Schumann A minor concerto Argerich is wonderful the solo passages and a fine partner in orchestrated ones and she really makes much of both the lyrical runs and the dance-like passages in the last movement. Recommended.