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Onlangs was Lang Lang te gast bij DWDD. Hij speelde solo een deel uit het derde pianoconcert van Prokofiev. Hij benaderde het alsof het louter een showstuk voor pianovirtuozen was en herhaalde dat even later met het Concertgebouw Orkest. Onbegrijpelijk, want juist in de pianoconcerten van Prokofiev draait niet alles om de solist, maar om het samenspel tussen orkest en piano. Pas dan ontstaat er magie. Gelukkig is er nu een opname van de vijf pianoconcerten die daar recht aan doet. Jean-Efflam Bavouzet heeft een aangename lichte touch, maar schuwt de fortissimo’s niet. Hij treft een uitmuntende partner in het BBC Philharmonic onder leiding van Gianandrea Noseda. Met afstand de beste complete opname van Prokofievs pianoconcerten in jaren, terecht bekroond Grammophone Magazine.


Prokofiev: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 - 5 (Complete)

Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)
BBC Philharmonic, Gianandrea Noseda

Exclusive Chandos artist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet performs all five of Prokofiev's formidable piano concertos in partnership with Gianandrea Noseda conducting the BBC Philharmonic.

Bavouzet’s flair for powerful twentieth-century repertoire was made clear in his recording of Bartok’s Piano Concertos, described by The Telegraph as ‘vibrant in colour, vital in rhythm and detail and viscerally exciting in impact.’ Prokofiev wrote these works between 1911 and 1932, mostly as performing vehicles for himself during his most active period as a pianist of astonishing gifts. The First Concerto is for the most part a youthful jeu d’esprit, full of rhythmical energy, but its brief slow movement is surprisingly tragic. The Second Concerto poses some of the most significant technical challenges in the entire piano repertoire, its vivid and athletic keyboard writing pushing the boundaries of what is playable. The Third Concerto in C major, a bright and breezy vehicle for Prokofiev to showcase his talents as a performer, is today his most popular piano concerto. Numbers 4 and 5 are the least well known, having been written at a time when Prokofiev was pushing his musical language to new extremes. However, both concertos contain slow movements that are full of wistful lyricism, foreshadowing the melodic impulse revealed in later works, such as Romeo and Juliet.

Tracks

Disc 1
1. Allegro Brioso - Poco Più Mosso - Tempo 1 - Più Mosso -
2. Meno Mosso - Più Mosso - Animato -
3. Andante Assai - Tranquillo, Decrescendo E Ritardando -
4. Allegro Scherzando - Pochissimo Meno Mosso - Poco Più Sostenuto - Più Mosso - Sempre Accelerand
5. 1. Andantino - Allegretto - Poco Meno Mosso - Tempo 1
6. 2. Scherzo: Vivace
7. 3. Intermezzo: Allegro Moderato
8. 4. Finale: Allegro Tempestoso - Meno Mosso - Più Mosso - Meno Mosso - Meno Mosso - Meno Mosso -
9. 1. Andante - Allegro - Più Mosso - Andante - Allegro- Poco Ritardando - Poco Meno Mosso - Poco
10. 2. Tema: Andantino - Variation 1 - Variation 2 - Variation 3 - Variation 4 - Variation 5 - Tema
11. 3. Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Poco Più Mosso - Meno Mosso - L'istesso Tempo - Pochissimo Meno Moss
Disc 2
1. 1. Vivace
2. 2. Andante
3. 3. Moderato - Allegro Moderato - Meno Mosso - Ancora Più Lento - Andante - Allegro Moderato
4. 4. Vivace
5. 1. Allegro Con Brio - Più Mosso - Meno Mosso - Più Mosso - Meno Mosso - Poco Più Mosso - Ancora
6. 2. Moderato Ben Accentuato - Più Mosso - Tempo 1 - Poco Meno - Tempo 1 - Poco Più Aimato
7. 3. Toccata: Allegro Con Fuoco
8. 4. Largheto - Più Mosso - Poco Meno Mosso - Molto Expressivo - Meno Mosso
9. 4. Vivo - Appena Più Mosso - Più Mosso - Più Tranquillo - Coda

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