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Franz Ignaz Beck Symphonies Op.4 Nos. 1-3 La Stagione Frankfurt, Michael Schneider

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Franz Ignaz Beck Symphonies Op.4 Nos. 1-3 La Stagione Frankfurt, Michael Schneider

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CPO 777 390-2
Para los que piensan que no hubo músicos dedicados a las sinfonías antes de Mozar, Haydn o Beethoven, aqui una muestra
de este excelente antecesor de los grandes genios musicales.



This is one of three of Beck’s
symphonies to come out in recent months, with the six Op. 3 examples released
on CPO 777034-2 and 999390-2 with the same ensemble, also under the baton of
Michael Schneider. A contemporary of Haydn, Beck has much of the Eszterhazy
master’s charm. Though there is no real way to determine chronological order
for the symphonies, the Op. 4 works here appear to be the last of Beck’s
symphonies to be published. You can hear the Op. 1 set on Naxos.

Op. 4 No. 1 in D certainly has the greatest amount of kinetic energy, beginning
with three forte chords, in the fashion that Parisian society found so exciting
in Mozart’s time and which Mozart rather bemusedly indulged in several of his
works written specifically for such an audience.
Beck’s symphony carries it further, also ending the
opening movement with those forceful three chords. He stays rather on the
forceful side overall in the outer movements, the last movement of Symphony 1
has its joyously rustic outbursts emphasising the upbeat in wide and sudden dynamic
shifts. The two shorter inner movements are quite enjoyable as well, with a
slow movement played before a menuetto movement, as with the other two
symphonies on this disc. For Symphony 1, the andante begins in blissful,
stately calm, with some chordal changes right around the three-minute mark to
keep things interesting. Shortly after, the piece is brought up short twice
before continuing on, unruffled.






Symphony No. 2 churns busily along before calming down to a presentation of
the thematic material in an extended duet of oboes before the strings and
continuo ratchet things up again with a building crescendo. The piece is
charmingly outgoing and enjoyable, and the formula carries over to the more
restrained opening movement of Symphony 3, much reminiscent of Haydn. Again,
the main thematic material is iterated by oboe duet, which soon is overtaken by
tremolo strings in a - albeit more restrained - crescendo before the cooler
heads of the oboes re-take the floor.

Another standout is the Andante arioso second movement of
Symphony 3, which glides smoothly along as the strings give the woodwinds a
reprieve. The pauses here in this movement are delicious; a slight hesitation
before the development begins.

As with two of the other Beck releases, included is a
theatre music bonus to the symphonies, in this case the overture to L’Isle
déserte, one of my favourite pieces on this disc, composed in 1799. The liner
notes, written by the conductor, indicate the use of tone painting, in which
the elements of the plot - written by Metastasio, also given musical treatment
by Haydn as Isola disabitata - are given rather straightforwardly. These
include the sudden storm at sea that strands the two sisters of the play on the
island, as well as the rather sad chisel blows - played by the oboe - of one of
the sisters as she chips her own suicide statement in stone. It’s a strange
piece to end the disc on, not only from the tone of the piece, but in the fact
that it was originally written to begin things. The disc seems to end with a
strange unresolved upward inflection, a statement spoken as a question, but
this is rather a small criticism for what is quite enjoyable music. The review
of this SACD is based on playback on various standard players — the sound is
excellent, and the recording space gives the ensemble room to breathe without
sounding the slightest bit remote or boomy. La Stagione Frankfurt sound
wonderful in this recording, which certainly has me looking forward to future
releases.

David Blomenberg, Musicweb-International.com


Size 298 Mb. Formato Lossless FLAC con covers completos y QUEU


Como siempre les pongo los links cortos de mediafire y los largos por las dudas

Código:

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Código:
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