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Under conductor Christopher Hogwood, the group will feature Robert Levin on fortepiano in an all-Mozart program. The Gewandhausorchester who know this work intimately is in outstanding form throughout. Freire plays the huge opening Allegro with exhilarating vitality and in the Adagio there is unerring sensitivity to his meltingly poetic playing. In the thrilling closing "Rondo: Allegro" Freire brings to bear an abundance of vivacity. Overflowing with incident the substantial Arietta -- a theme and set of nine variations -- is compellingly done with a sense of dignity.
The sound delivered is clear and well balanced. On the evidence of this initial release the collaboration between Freire and the Gewandhausorchester under Riccardo Chailly looks set to bear glorious fruit. December The "Emperor" is a thrilling, red-blooded account from both pianist and orchestra.
Freire's searching Sonata No. The evident rapport between Freire and Chailly is especially evident in the superb confrontation at the climax of the first movement, the orchestra challenging the soloist and receiving a thrilling riposte, followed by the long gradual calming on both sides. February Freire is on sterling form for these two pianistic pinnacles. Lyricism is at the heart of his playing and informs everything he does. He's become one of the fortunate ones whose style and musical insight have only improved as they age. He comes close to being a pianist who's never made a bad recording.
The pianist is totally involved, able to surmount Beethoven's thorny obstacles and to make sense of the sonata's dense mysteries. Freire's whole reading is personal enough to engage the listener. The piano is absolutely gorgeous sounding and beautifully recorded. Age has not dimmed Freire's considerable virtuosity, and it hasn't even come close to touching his remarkable musicality and intelligence.
He plays with alacrity and flair, bringing out all kinds of details and proving fully attuned to the various moods within the mighty "Emperor" Concerto. For his part, Riccardo Chailly gives a fine account of the orchestral part. The Gewandhaus is an exceptionally fine ensemble that could probably play this music asleep, but they feature both warmth and strength.
Freire enters with delicacy and poetry, clearly understanding the composer's intentions. The concluding Rondo is thankfully light and not the least bit clunky, finishing a very intelligent performance. Flying solo, Freire nails Beethoven's final piano sonata.
Completely unfazed by the technical challenges, the pianist is completely in tune with the composer. Not only is he amazing from a virtuosic standpoint, but the depth of feeling is so sincere that the performance is deeply moving. The Arietta has a singing, soulful quality that reflects a lifetime of experience and commitment. Decca captures the young-at-heart master in marvelous sound, and the entire program is a tribute to all involved.
October Freire is a pianist's pianist, and a musician's musician: nothing is fancy, everything is tasteful, and there's an innate sense of rightness. In the concerto, he benefits from a Riccardo Chailly on fire: the low strings hum like bumblebee war-drones on a fuzzy mission for humanity. The timpani are bone-dry and caught in uncanny detail.
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It's a joy the way Decca records this extraordinarily well-sounding orchestra. The deal is sweetened by the surprisingly soft-spoken, delicate Sonata. The connoisseur takes one look and notices the line-up of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, their chief conductor Riccardo Chailly, and pianist Nelson Freire as a dream-cast of musicality. Nothing is fancy, everything is tasteful, and there's an innate sense of rightness.
In the concerto he benefits from a Riccardo Chailly on fire. It's a joy how Decca recorded this extraordinarily well-sounding orchestra.
The deal is sweetened by the surprisingly soft-spoken, delicate Sonata opus Related Albums. Release 01 Sep. Allegro 2. Adagio un poco mosso 3. Maestoso - Allegro con brio ed appassionato 5.