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Symphony “Symphony no. 6 in B minor, op. 74 "Pathétique"” - MusicBrainz
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Emotion rises and falls in a gripping way. After decades of listening to the "Pathetique," it takes something special to get my attention in the Scherzo, which rolls out, mroe often than not, as a showpiece for virtuoso orchestras, of which Cleveland certainly is one. While admiring the orchestral richness, which is fully brought out by Telarc's sonics, the Gramophone complained that Dohnany's Tchaikovsky was "too easy, sweet and smooth. As in the rest of the performance, Dohnanyi doesn't have on his control-freak cap; the pacing is free and therefore exciting. He avoids the unwritten accelerando that most conductors use to cap off the movement in a burst of fireworks.
Because he doesn't lift the roof at the end of the Scherzo, the immediate shift to the mournful surge that begins the finale isn't as shocking as it could be. Conductors come to a fork in the road in this movement, deciding between elegaic restraint and wrenching catharsis. Since I favor the latter, Dohnanyi's heart-on-sleeve approach which, surprisingly, shows more passion than Giulini on EMI feels stirring.
He doesn't lose all restraint a la Bernstein I can go there, too , but the sheer depth of sonority in the basses carries immense conviction. The gradual dimenuendo into the extinction of silence that ends this symphony should be heart-rending, and here it almost is. It can't compensate for a stingy 49 min. My copy is well put together.
The performance and recording of the piece are fine. However, it is a CD-R. Doesn't play in all my CD players. This is a very skilled and technically accurate recording of the 6th symphony.
Imagine setting the score in front of an orchestra made up entirely of robots, and getting the kind of tight, polished performance you would expect. But this is the last thing we want with Tchaikovsky. Let's face it, one of the things we love most about him is that he was something of a drama queen.
Symphony No. 6 (Tchaikovsky)
Usually the Pathetique runs the emotional gamut with all its rapture, rage and despair, but this time--not really. One of my favorite recordings is James Levine's, which was also done in the 80's, but unfortunately it isn't as readily available. Christoph von Dohnanyi recorded Tchaikovsky's farewell opus in with the Cleveland Orchestra sounding terrific in Telarc's recording.
I have read criticisms of this recording as being too cool and Classical, not "heart on sleeve" enough to serve Tchaikovsky's "Pathetique", but on listening to it, find it more than acceptable and quite fine.
George Szell would have conducted this work as Dohnanyi did, had Szell recorded it. Dohnanyi does not use excesses in nuance, slowing down or speeding up tempos, or other expressive devices to make points. He rather gets out of the way, and lets the Cleveland Orchestra play Tchaikovsky. I do not find Dohnanyi at all cold: Bernstein and Furtwangler may be easier to find than Stokowski, which was released here in a multi disc set of his RCA recordings in the late s but has since been deleted. But you won't go wrong with Dohnanyi unless you insist on a more emotional, heart on sleeve recording.
Christoph von Dohananyi may not be the first name one associates with Tchaikovsky. He is after all the man who combined Webern with his recordings of Mozart Symphonies. But he is a man of refined tastes, and the Pathetique may take up the same place in his repertoire of limited Tchaikovsky as it did for Toscanini. One of the first things notable about this performance is the beautiful, rounded Romantic sound the Cleveland Orchestra makes in this repertoire.
Dohnanyi has been candid about how Bohm and Karajan represent the conducting heritage he comes from, and certainly his ideal sound for this work is close to theirs. Another thing Dohnanyi was very proud of was what he called the Cleveland pianissimo, which is in striking evidence in the first and fourth movements. Despite the overall Romantic sensibility, Dohnanyi does not play around with tempi like Ormandy.
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