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Daniel Hope|Bach, JS : Violin Concertos

Bach, JS : Violin Concertos

Daniel Hope

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Just because you can play the fast outer movements of Bach's violin concertos at supersonic speeds is no reason to play them at supersonic speeds. After all, the concertos are usually considered student works -- supremely elevated student works by one of the greatest composers in western music, true, but still student works -- and a virtuoso with Daniel Hope's talent doesn't need to show off by tearing through them. But show off he does, without restrain, without pity, and without remorse and the results are performances that verge on caricature. And just because you can play the slow inner movements of Bach's violin concertos with an extra half ton of extra emotional weight attached to each phrase is no reason to crush the music under your bow. But Hope, a player who has previously turned in superlative performances of Berg and Shostakovich's violin concertos, cannot resist retro-fitting Bach's concertos with neo-modernist expressivity and the results are performances that border on parody. And just because the Chamber Orchestra of Europe can keep up with Hope and flutist Jaime Martin and harpsichordist Kristian Bezuidenhout can race alongside him in the outer movements of the Fifth Brandenburg Concerto is no reason to seek out this recording except as an example of what can happen when grandstanding takes priority over artistry. Warner Classics' 2006 digital sound is so clear as to be nearly transparent and so warm as to be almost real.
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1
Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041: I. —
00:03:28

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

2
Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041: II. Andante
00:06:27

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

3
Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041: III. Allegro assai
00:03:14

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

4
Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043: I. Vivace
00:03:12

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist - Marieke Blankestijn, Violin, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

5
Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043: II. Largo ma non tanto
00:06:16

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist - Marieke Blankestijn, Violin, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

6
Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043: III. Allegro
00:04:12

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist - Marieke Blankestijn, Violin, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

7
Violin Concerto No. 2 in E Major, BWV 1042: I. Allegro
00:06:54

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

8
Violin Concerto No. 2 in E Major, BWV 1042: II. Adagio
00:06:00

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

9
Violin Concerto No. 2 in E Major, BWV 1042: III. Allegro assai
00:02:28

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

10
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, BWV 1050: I. Allegro
00:09:29

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Javier Martin, Flute, FeaturedArtist - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

11
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, BWV 1050: II. Affettuoso
00:06:58

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Javier Martin, Flute, FeaturedArtist - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

12
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, BWV 1050: III. Allegro
00:04:51

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Javier Martin, Flute, FeaturedArtist - Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Orchestra - Daniel Hope, Conductor, Violin, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, Harpsichord, FeaturedArtist

© 2006 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2006 Warner Music UK Limited

Descriptif de l'album

Just because you can play the fast outer movements of Bach's violin concertos at supersonic speeds is no reason to play them at supersonic speeds. After all, the concertos are usually considered student works -- supremely elevated student works by one of the greatest composers in western music, true, but still student works -- and a virtuoso with Daniel Hope's talent doesn't need to show off by tearing through them. But show off he does, without restrain, without pity, and without remorse and the results are performances that verge on caricature. And just because you can play the slow inner movements of Bach's violin concertos with an extra half ton of extra emotional weight attached to each phrase is no reason to crush the music under your bow. But Hope, a player who has previously turned in superlative performances of Berg and Shostakovich's violin concertos, cannot resist retro-fitting Bach's concertos with neo-modernist expressivity and the results are performances that border on parody. And just because the Chamber Orchestra of Europe can keep up with Hope and flutist Jaime Martin and harpsichordist Kristian Bezuidenhout can race alongside him in the outer movements of the Fifth Brandenburg Concerto is no reason to seek out this recording except as an example of what can happen when grandstanding takes priority over artistry. Warner Classics' 2006 digital sound is so clear as to be nearly transparent and so warm as to be almost real.
© TiVo

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