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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra|Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6, Pathétique; Serenade for Strings op. 48

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6, Pathétique; Serenade for Strings op. 48

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Daniele Gatti

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If any of Tchaikovsky's symphonic works deserves an interpretive makeover, then the sorely abused Symphony No. 6 in B minor, "Pathétique," is it, without a doubt. Long understood as the ultimate expression of Tchaikovsky's tortured Romantic soul, this symphony has carried a tremendous burden of autobiographical import and has suffered unnecessarily under the weight of conductors' sluggish tempi and orchestras' overly lush playing. Enter Daniele Gatti, a clear-eyed conductor who is intent on restoring Tchaikovsky's works to their original states, as written, and who has demonstrated with remarkable success for Harmonia Mundi how they should sound. In his acute reading of the "Pathétique," the pacing is brisk, accents are crisp, textures are lean, and dynamics are subtly graded and balanced; all combine to make the piece sound fresh, energetic, virile, and much less forlorn and dreary. Furthermore, Gatti inspires the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to play with a lightness and grace most often associated with Tchaikovsky's ballets, but also required in passages of the Allegro non troppo and the lilting second movement. There are moments of great tension and pathos, of course, and the Finale still has its dark coloration and anguished expression; but the piece as a whole feels lighter, relieved as it is of a century's worth of melodramatic accretions, and it seems more eloquent as a result of Gatti's controlled interpretation. There are, naturally, no serious issues of Tchaikovsky's emotional states behind the radiant Serenade in C major, Op. 48, and this delightful example of the composer's bright Classical side is played by Gatti and the RPO with elegant style, pristine clarity, and glorious string sonorities. Harmonia Mundi's reproduction is terrific, with a warm orchestral tone and wonderful resonance.
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Symphony No.6 "Pathétique in B minor, Op.74 (Pyotr Illitch Tchaïkovski)

1
I. Adagio - Allegro non troppo
00:17:59

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

2
II. Allegro con grazia
00:07:09

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

3
III. Allegro molto vivace
00:08:31

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

4
IV. Finale: Adagio lamentoso
00:11:02

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op.48 (Pyotr Illitch Tchaïkovski)

5
I. Pezzo in forma di Sonatina
00:09:52

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

6
II. Walzer
00:04:03

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

7
III. Élégie
00:09:57

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

8
IV. Finale: Tema Russo
00:07:50

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Primary - Daniele Gatti, Primary - Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Composer - Daniele Gatti, Conductor - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra

2006 harmonia mundi USA harmonia mundi USA 2006

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If any of Tchaikovsky's symphonic works deserves an interpretive makeover, then the sorely abused Symphony No. 6 in B minor, "Pathétique," is it, without a doubt. Long understood as the ultimate expression of Tchaikovsky's tortured Romantic soul, this symphony has carried a tremendous burden of autobiographical import and has suffered unnecessarily under the weight of conductors' sluggish tempi and orchestras' overly lush playing. Enter Daniele Gatti, a clear-eyed conductor who is intent on restoring Tchaikovsky's works to their original states, as written, and who has demonstrated with remarkable success for Harmonia Mundi how they should sound. In his acute reading of the "Pathétique," the pacing is brisk, accents are crisp, textures are lean, and dynamics are subtly graded and balanced; all combine to make the piece sound fresh, energetic, virile, and much less forlorn and dreary. Furthermore, Gatti inspires the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to play with a lightness and grace most often associated with Tchaikovsky's ballets, but also required in passages of the Allegro non troppo and the lilting second movement. There are moments of great tension and pathos, of course, and the Finale still has its dark coloration and anguished expression; but the piece as a whole feels lighter, relieved as it is of a century's worth of melodramatic accretions, and it seems more eloquent as a result of Gatti's controlled interpretation. There are, naturally, no serious issues of Tchaikovsky's emotional states behind the radiant Serenade in C major, Op. 48, and this delightful example of the composer's bright Classical side is played by Gatti and the RPO with elegant style, pristine clarity, and glorious string sonorities. Harmonia Mundi's reproduction is terrific, with a warm orchestral tone and wonderful resonance.
© TiVo

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