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Leonard Slatkin|Rachmaninov : Symphony No. 2 - Vocalise

Rachmaninov : Symphony No. 2 - Vocalise

Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Leonard Slatkin

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Rachmaninov's First Symphony, for any number of reasons, received one of the most venomous, disdainful premieres in music history. Everything from the score itself to unprepared musicians to a supposedly drunken conductor (Glazunov) has been blamed for its icy reception. No matter the cause, the result was a devastated composer who was not to return to the form for more than a decade, and only then after the assistance of a hypnotherapist. The Second Symphony, heard here on this Naxos disc, was a complete rebirth for Rachmaninov and was received with great acclaim. Its American premiere was conducted by Modeste Altschuler, the great uncle of conductor Leonard Slatkin. How appropriate it is, then, that the Detroit Symphony Orchestra should celebrate its own new beginnings with Slatkin, who was principal conductor during the 2008-2009 season. The revitalized sound Slatkin draws from the DSO is simply superb, reaffirming its position as one of the country's preeminent orchestras. The strings produce a rich, velvety texture with powerful, penetrating violins all the way down to marvelously articulated, robust basses. The rest of the orchestra sounds just as good, in particular the vigorous brass section. Slatkin's interpretation of this great symphony is sweeping in its scope while obviously paying meticulous attention to every detail and nuance written in the score. From the breathtakingly romantic third movement to the fiery, agitated Scherzo, the DSO and Slatkin offer listeners a first-rate recording and a deeply satisfying musical experience.
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14 Songs, Op. 34 (Serge Rachmaninoff)

1
No. 14, Vocalise
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
00:06:41

Orchestre Symphonique de Détroit - Leonard Slatkin, direction

(C) 2010 Naxos (P) 2010 Naxos

Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27 (Serge Rachmaninoff)

2
I. Largo - Allegro moderato
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
00:18:08

Orchestre Symphonique de Détroit - Leonard Slatkin, direction

(C) 2010 Naxos (P) 2010 Naxos

3
II. Allegro molto
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
00:08:59

Orchestre Symphonique de Détroit - Leonard Slatkin, direction

(C) 2010 Naxos (P) 2010 Naxos

4
III. Adagio
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
00:13:31

Orchestre Symphonique de Détroit - Leonard Slatkin, direction

(C) 2010 Naxos (P) 2010 Naxos

5
IV. Allegro vivace
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
00:13:20

Orchestre Symphonique de Détroit - Leonard Slatkin, direction

(C) 2010 Naxos (P) 2010 Naxos

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Rachmaninov's First Symphony, for any number of reasons, received one of the most venomous, disdainful premieres in music history. Everything from the score itself to unprepared musicians to a supposedly drunken conductor (Glazunov) has been blamed for its icy reception. No matter the cause, the result was a devastated composer who was not to return to the form for more than a decade, and only then after the assistance of a hypnotherapist. The Second Symphony, heard here on this Naxos disc, was a complete rebirth for Rachmaninov and was received with great acclaim. Its American premiere was conducted by Modeste Altschuler, the great uncle of conductor Leonard Slatkin. How appropriate it is, then, that the Detroit Symphony Orchestra should celebrate its own new beginnings with Slatkin, who was principal conductor during the 2008-2009 season. The revitalized sound Slatkin draws from the DSO is simply superb, reaffirming its position as one of the country's preeminent orchestras. The strings produce a rich, velvety texture with powerful, penetrating violins all the way down to marvelously articulated, robust basses. The rest of the orchestra sounds just as good, in particular the vigorous brass section. Slatkin's interpretation of this great symphony is sweeping in its scope while obviously paying meticulous attention to every detail and nuance written in the score. From the breathtakingly romantic third movement to the fiery, agitated Scherzo, the DSO and Slatkin offer listeners a first-rate recording and a deeply satisfying musical experience.
© TiVo

Détails de l'enregistrement original : 60:43 - DDD - Enregistré du 24 au 27 septembre 2009 à l'Orchestra Hall de Détroit aux États-Unis - Notes en anglais

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