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Schumann : Intégrale de l'œuvre pour orgue. Accardi.
Format : 1 CD Digipack
Total Time : 01:11:55

Recording : 01/11/2019
Location : Rome
Country : Italie
Sound : Eglise / Stereo

Label : Elegia
Catalog No. : ELECLA21087
EAN : 0750258337716
Price Code : DM019A

Publishing Year : 2022
Release Date : 09/03/2022

Genre : Classical
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Six études en forme de canon, op. 56
Quatre esquisses, op. 58
Six fugues sur le nom de BACH, op. 60

Cristiano Accardi, orgue

Certes il n'est pas question ici du Schumann pianiste bipolaire, mais ces quelques pièces pour orgue basées sur le contrepoint méritaient mieux que cette lecture scolaire de Christiano Accardi. Une main gauche arthritique (Mélodies souffreteuses de l'op. 56), clavier et pédalier emplâtrés. Trop peu de volubilité (Innig) et le Nicht zu schnell s'avance au pas de charge, soumis à une métrique irréfragable. C'est du Schumann mimant l’école d'orgue italienne post-romantique dans ce qu'elle a de plus rédhibitoire. Les quelques Esquisses op. 58 d'un pianisme caractéristique, semblent souffrir ici d'être exécutées à l'orgue même si le Lebhaft décolle un peu grâce au tempo enlevé. Enfin, les six Fugues op. 60 maintiennent l'intérêt du fait de leur écriture soigneusement contrapuntique. Instrument moderne (Karl Schuke 2001) sis à Rome, l'orgue lui-même, intéressant techniquement mais d'une facture conventionnelle, ne présente aucun intérêt véritable pour ce choix de répertoire. Choisir plutôt Beckmann (Aeolus) ou Rothkopf sur un piano-pédalier (Audite). (Jérôme Angouillant)

In 1845, after moving from Leipzig to Dresden, Schumann returned to compose for keyboard, in particular to the contrapuntal forms, which he considered to be the most “objective”. A first stimulus came from the studies on counterpoint which he did together with his wife Clara, and which led him to develop a new way of composing. A further impulse was given by the approach with the Pedal-Flügel, a Piano with pedals, which the Schumanns rented and played for a certain period, in order to practice the organ technique. The first work was born with the Studies for the Pedal Piano, subtitled as Six Pieces in canonical form, op. 56, published in Leipzig in September 1845 by Friedrich Wilhelm Whistling. In this compositions Schumann shows his art of combining the contrapuntal complexity of the canon with the melodic simplicity of the various musical phrases. In 1846 it happened to the Sketches for the Pedal Piano, op. 58, also printed in Leipzig by Carl Friedrich Kistner. These are characteristic pieces that highlight a certain poetic vein of the author, and which will inspire some organ compositions by Max Reger or Louis Vierne. Also in 1846 were published the Six Fugues on the name BACH for the Organ or the Pedal Piano, op. 60, also in this case by Whistling. These Fugues, having as the only subject the name of Bach obtained from the German notation (B flat, A, C, B natural), can be considered as independent pieces, or connected through the principle of variation. The style, while maintaining a romantic language, approaches with great respect to the Bachian counterpoint, in order to make the work worthy of the high name it ports.

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