Grieg & Schumann: Piano Concertos Import
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In another classic recording, Leon Fleisher and George Szell found a kind of whamming power while still staying within the limits of classicism. Arrau's approach seems to be the polar opposite of Fleisher. Instead of hunting for jagged edges, Arrau wants us to hear pure, unrestrained melody. Sir Colin Davis and the Boston Symphony provide wonderful accompaniment, but I sense that it's the pianist who leads the way.
While many--perhaps most--recordings get though both works in less than an hour, Arrau finishes at 66 minutes. Sluggishness is no great accomplishment, but due to Arrau's affectionate phrasing, there's no trace of boredom. Instead we're drawn into a world of dreamy meditation, far away from the cares of life. Excitement isn't a major concern. For most musicians, such an approach would be doomed to failure, but Arrau is overflowing with personality. It's clear that the music is being viewed as completely romantic, due to the consistent fluctuations and rubato. It all sounds natural, though, with no trace of self-consciousness. We find ourselves reminiscing, with moments of remorse on occasion, but this is predominately a sunny, autumnal view. Let's dream about the moments of bliss we achieved long ago in another world.
I can't fully express my enthusiasm for this disc, which brings needed life into music heard so often that it requires special insight to draw attention. I can't believe I'm the first reviewer.