Beethoven : Concerto pour piano n°3 ( Alice Sara Ott / Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France)

Opublikowany 31 sty 2018
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Alice Sara Ott interprète le Concerto pour piano et orchestre n°3 en ut mineur, op. 37, de Ludwig van Beethoven aux côtés de l'Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France dirigé par Mikko Franck. Enregistré le 27 janvier 2018 à l'Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio (Paris).
Le Concerto pour piano n°3 de Beethoven est créé à Vienne le 5 avril 1803, le même jour que l’oratorio Le Christ au mont des Oliviers et la Deuxième Symphonie. Ecrit en ut mineur, tonalité chère à son compositeur, il se découpe en trois mouvements. L’Allegro con brio s’ouvre sur une longue page orchestrale avec l’exposition des deux thèmes principaux, ensuite repris par le pianiste. Au cours du développement, un dialogue s’établit entre soliste et orchestre. Le mouvement s’achève par une cadence au piano, inspirée du premier thème.
Au cœur du Largo, les arpèges du piano soutiennent le chant entonné conjointement par la flûte et le basson, empreint de sérénité. Gérard Condé suggère une « transposition musicale de la scène du balcon de Roméo et Juliette ». Enfin, dans le Rondo, orchestre et soliste conversent avec vigueur.
« Il s’agit à coup sûr du premier "grand" concerto beethovénien […], marquant un progrès très sensible dans l’équilibre entre soliste et orchestre, enfin traités en véritables partenaires », remarque François-René Tranchefort.
00:00 - Début du concert
02:14 - 1er mouvement : Allegro con brio
19:35 - 2ème mouvement : Largo
29:19 - 3ème mouvement : Rondo
42:50 - Bis : Für Elise
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Komentarze

  • Please say a prayer for this incredible young pianist, she announced last year that she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. May she continue to perform for many years to come.

  • The damaged clock locally shiver because psychology independently tremble up a rhetorical physician. precious, sore pastry

  • این شاهکاره...

  • I read she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis last year. Let it not slow her down...

  • such a fabulous entity

  • can someone tell me how's the suit of the conductor called? looks classy!

  • Again,the Guy get Flowers from Alice must be happier than get a Treasure.Amazing Alice Sara Ott.Viva!

  • Obrigado por compartilhar boa música, um abraço, do Brasil.

  • Wowww

  • Absolutamente hipnotizado por su madurez, por su juventud y por la intensidad que derrocha en una de mis obras favoritas del gran Beethoven.

  • 3:58 Jeff did you fart again 9:32 bro quit playing the wrong note *this is not to take away from how amazing this whole performance was

  • die ist echt gut

  • When a new genius young pianist has just reached her full artistic maturity (at the age of 29) and then meets some of the best music ever written, a moment of pure heaven occurs, without any prior interpretation comparable to such a high standard and which is likely to be maintained forever as the performance has now been elevated to an inaccessible climax of musical Art. Furthermore, this video shows one of the best classical music concerts ever recorded under live conditions. Of course, this marvelous and rightly famous Beethoven’s piano concerto No.3 had already been played by many successive generations of very good pianists and excellent orchestras, but almost always in an overly formatted and ‘conventional’ way, ultimately rather boring : here, an extraordinary magic has totally renewed the pianistic part of this concerto, in all its technical aspects and artistic nuances, as if a new joyful concerto by Beethoven had just been discovered, thanks to this highly inspired young artist. The Radio France Symphony Orchestra conducted in Paris by Mikko Franck (a world famous Finnish Conductor) was equally sublime that day, with perfect harmony and synchronization between the pianist and the other musicians throughout the concert, all participants sharing and visibly enjoying an outstanding moment of intense pleasure (16:32; 33:34). In addition, the high quality of the recordings (in HD) and a skillful filming of this breathtaking concert allow us to instantly realize and then contemplate how PHENOMENAL Alice Sara Ott is, with her incomparable piano touch and virtuosity (17:04; 37:32), her unparalleled sensitivity (19:35; 21:50; 26:57; 34:16), her total communion with the music of Beethoven (5:13; 20:38), reflected by her astonishing frequent murmur of musical notes (10:46; 11:55; 31:41; 32:42; 35:08), and also her communicative joy (26:00), her so expressive and fascinating visual dialogue with the other soloists of the orchestra (24:16!) and the Conductor (11:01; 14:46; 29:55; 32:26), often literally captivated by her performance, and, last but not least, her indescribable charm and grace (39:46). This extremely rare association that day (in January 2018) of a wonderful concerto, of an exceptionally talented musician, having just arrived at a full technical and artistic mastery and then delivering a transcendent and legendary interpretation, but also of a prestigious orchestra, of a leading conductor, all thus forced to surpass themselves at the same time, and finally of a particularly connoisseur audience and of a truly beautiful concert hall, subtly lit and filmed in the best technical conditions, has resulted in a moment of infinite grace, a life-changing event, which will not happen again but that, fortunately, we can now watch over and over again thanks to this superb movie. The emotions remain intact and even increase after seeing and listening to this concert video a lot of times, due to the discovery of countless enjoyable details to see and hear, which is not at all usual either. Masterful interpretation of a masterpiece ! Millions of thanks (7 M currently) to ALICE SARA OTT, but also to the conductor Mikko Franck, all the players of the Paris Orchestra, 'Radio France', 'France Musique' and PLthrow ! Hope so much that she can continue to play at such a heavenly level, despite recent serious health issues, and that this performance will not remain as the concert of her (and our) life.

    • @Andrew Complex It's okay bro

    • @Kozi oh okay. My apologies. I actually read his whole input.

    • @Andrew Complex I listen to music, I just made a joke cuz the guy wrote a whole book about it. If I didn't like music, I wouldn't be here in the first place.

    • @Kozi who says you have to ? This music is composed out of great feelings if you seek to understand masterpieces then this one of them if not then who cares. Go live without knowing how close we can be to heaven through music.

    • I ain't reading all that

  • Excelente, genial, sublime...!!!!

  • Bravo!!!

  • Bravoooo

  • 9:30 Damn! That passage catches me every single time! The intensity of this piece is out of this world.

  • Why can I not give more likes to this video?

  • Excelente,

  • What beautiful hands!

  • Jamás vi una orquesta dirigida por dos extraordinarios directores, la pianista parecía en momentos dictar los movimientos del director y viceversa, que gran talento y pasión de todos, Bravo!

  • Absolutely perfect. But can you play beat saber.

  • lonely woman-hands fast )

  • Again and again I watch this Show,still can't found good enough words to wonder Alice Sara Ott.Someone said this is Beethoven sobbing all the horrible things,but I think He's telling how powerful and amazing he is.The way Conductor's directing,the exciting playing of Alice look like 'born perfect joint Team'Viva.

  • Yang milih allah like 800 ya yang milih dajal abaikan saja.

  • 18:42 my favourite

  • Sono enamorato

  • Love how she makes each note shine.

  • Boring music, boring people not even able to wank. They all pay good money for hookers.

  • 喜欢

  • She looks unhappy

  • well done ! magnifique

  • Maravilloso poder escuchar a estos intérpretes🌹

  • Seems she is single 🤔

  • Such a great talent! Yet she does not have enough money to buy herself a pair of shoes :)

  • oh thanks. all You brave playing. i can't now. someone wizard will came to me and heal me. some day I will. play everything bright ant light. well thanks You gave me a soulbreaking excelsior minutes

  • Es una buena pianista, pero no me acaba de convencer su sobreactuación...puede que sea su forma de tocar, y lo respeto, pero está fuera de lugar...

  • gg sounds good

  • Who composed the 1th mov cadenza?

  • 一直沉迷于弹钢琴小姐姐的颜值,无心听贝多芬的曲子

  • Микко Франк, Алиса Сара Отт и оркестр - МОЛОДЦЫ!!!

  • Bravo Alice,bravo Orchestra,bravo Maestro,perfection!!Thank you for the video and the great performance!

  • No sheet music in front of her. All by memory...

    • Play it enough times it sticks.

  • Ludvig Van Beethoven , the most misanderstood genius of all time , was in despair , his illness caused him lots of pain and agony , all the sacrifices he made thus far , all the hard work he did to reach and maintain a reputation amongst rival musicians and music enthousiasts was in stake , you can hear it clealry in the sound and texture of his work , he was deeply disappointed and most of the time lonely , his one and only way to escape for a while the grasp of death was through music creation and performance and suddenly he is losing the most fundamental sense of all to a musician , his hearing ... I wouldn't want to be in his shoes , that must've felt like living hell for him . Yes he was eccentric , unique , some will even call him a maniac , especially his landlord in Vienna which would often hear complains from other tenants in the building Ludvig lived , he tried to create an new window on the wall to allow more light fill the room ...there was confrontation and i bet the landlord was furious . The man was one of the best composers ever and one of the most demanding towards musicians as well , his songs were pure madness , complicated and revolutionary to say the least but masterpieces none the less , but from what i collected in my research about him so far is that he lacked social skills , while musically he was oozing confidence , socially he was stiff and distant mostly due to his hearing condition ...poor man .

  • Спасибо,прекрасное исполнение,здоровья всем и творческих успехов

  • よくわからないけれど、ブラボー、ワンダフルですね!

  • Я каждый раз слушая этот концерт в её исполнении не могу сдержать слёз.Вот и опять☺

  • Müthiş!!!Bravo!Bravissimo!

  • I came here only for the OTT.

  • Beautiful, beautiful, and beautiful.

  • 16:50 🤤

  • Ohja Beethoven www.wsws.org/de/articles/2020/12/17/beet-d17.html

  • L'orchestre manque de profondeur, et d'ampleur a l'instar des orchestres qui accompagnent W. Kemff ou Zimermann, et la jeune pianiste tire son épingle du jeu malgré ce handicap. La voir jouer est autant un pur bonheur que d'admirer sa beauté. Elle a une grâce merveilleuse et je n'ai pas manqué d'être sous le charme dans le 1er mouvement. Je n'aurai pas dû écouter Kemff à la suite de la version de cette jolie Sara. Mais c'est le jeu de comparer. A côté de la musique , elle vit une épreuve difficile, et heureusement la musique l'accompagne chaque jour. Cher Sara je vous admire et vous souhaite d'avoir tout le courage pour dépasser ces moments pleins de tristesse. Affectueusement. P. R.

  • 18:42 Pfiouuuuuuuuuuuuuuu, I had chills

  • I tried to perform moonlight sonata 1st movement plthrow.info/my/wideo/3omFppaekcmKm58.html

  • 她的节奏感很好!很有激情!作为一个交响乐门外汉,每次听她的音乐都让我很感动。另外,她与乐团互动很有意思,应该是个受欢迎的人!她很美!喜欢她的身材!怎么没人赞美呢

  • Muchas gracias. Excelente interpretación.

  • with that outfit I think Alice was trying to wang-up on Yuja.

  • coughing during classical concerts does not happen in Japan.

    • @Minh Đức Đỗ Vũ Much true, very accuracy

    • The Japanese doesn't do something as barbaric as breathing, so they naturally do not cough.

    • @Egor Zolotov Nah man, it is a well known fact that japanese people don't cough, I've heard they even keep their breath during the whole concert as well

    • ...heheh hm yes it is.

  • The greatest piano concerto and a magnificent artist.

  • Erhaben, ALICE SARA OTT „Musik ist für mich der einzige Ort, an dem ich mich wirklich zu Hause fühle“ Die deutsch-japanische Pianistin, die im Alter von 4 Jahren ihren ersten Klavierunterricht erhielt, hat seitdem unbestreitbare Bekanntheit erlangt und ein Publikum in ganz Europa und Japan erobert. Mit 13 Jahren, einer Schülerin von Karl-Heinz Kämmerling am Salzburger Mozarteum, wurde sie im Wettbewerb der Hamamatsu International Piano Academy zum „vielversprechendsten Künstler“ befördert. Zwei Jahre später zog Alice Sara Ott die Vorsicht, wenn sie den ersten Preis beim internationalen Klavierwettbewerb Silvio Bengalli gewinnt, dessen jüngste Teilnehmerin sie ist. Seit diesem Tag hat die Pianistin zahlreiche Konzerte gegeben und an wichtigen Veranstaltungen teilgenommen. Insbesondere 2006 wurde sie eingeladen von Hiroko Nakamura zur Eröffnung des letzten von 'The 100 Pianists', einer jährlichen Konzertreihe der hundert besten Pianisten der Welt, die zehn Jahre gedauert hat. Zusätzlich zu den Tourneen produzierte die junge Frau zwei Alben, ein erstes im Jahr 2008 '12 Studien von ' Transzendente Hinrichtungen von Frank Liszt 'und eine zweite im Jahr 2010, die die kompletten Walzer von Frédéric Chopin zusammenbringt. Alice Sara Ott bringt einen neuen Hauch von Frische in die Musik, der zu oft als Ahnen wahrgenommen wird. gut gemacht

  • Herrlich

  • fantastic concert

  • watching this is just.. such a joy

  • An outstanding great performance. Brilliant and admirable.

  • I absolutely love the way Sara goes with the orchestra, especially the way her face lights up with all the different instruments. She's not only the piano player - but one WITH the orchestra.

    • Totally she wants to reach out and hug them As they do her🎵🙂🎵😢😢🙏🏻🙏🏻🌹🌹

  • Just incredible.

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  • Le meilleur moment 18:57

  • I hope she's surviving well. www.pizzicato.lu/pianist-alice-sara-ott-diagnosed-with-multiple-sclerosis/

  • What an incredible rendition of one of my favorite piano pieces! Merci France Musique!

  • Amazingly beautiful

  • Wonderfully played by maestro Ott. 5:26. Didn’t know Jimmy Connors can play violin.

  • I can't deny myself to give her my accomplishments for her footwear, so lovely ❤️

    • Quel beau compliment ! Oui trop beau et Sara très belle !

  • I love the part where the audience member coughs and sniffs.

    • I can not believe with such a show here u can pay attention to coughs. God help u .

    • bwahahahahahahaaaaaa

  • Of all the women pianists I've watched on PLthrow , this woman truly enjoys what shes doing... I recall the songs I played 50 times and just had no d feeling left to really enjoy it, They say that to get to her level, there are 250,000 hours of practice behind you... she is channeling with the master...he emotions bring him alive again.

    • Some people, musicians and non-musicians, feel music very profoundly, bordering on religious/mystical experience. Then I have known people who never listen to music. Ms.Ott obviously feels it very deeply and is not afraid to show it.

  • Suuuuper - ich danke euch !!!

  • Does anyone know why Ms. Ott passed her bouquet of flowers to a member of the orchestra? Thanks.

  • !Magistral. Maravilloso. Extraordinario. Gracias Alice Sara! 🎼🎶🎧👋👍

  • Alise ist am besten Schatz.

  • she is so hypnoptically beautiful

  • Me fascina la obra de esté titán de la música .

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  • 凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹 I don't like Beethoven at all, But I like her climax face 😉 凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹凸凹

  • C'est aussi beau à regarder qu'à entendre...

  • Full of fuckin showboats.

  • I would practice for as long as it took to play HER like she plays that piano! What a goddess.

  • The orchestra is too loud, due to the ill respect of Mikko Franck to Beethoven and Alice Sara Ott. A 🐖.

  • Ottima interprete fornita di un notevole ritmo quasi anormale per un solista CLASSICO

  • beautiful

  • I think this performance needs a little something more...like a spritely woman whacking her way around the stage. Let's get with the times, everyone - m'kay?

    • But seriously, she's truly incredible; I think I love her.

  • Bravo! A sensational performance.

  • Beautiful performance! Kind of wish the piano was a bit brighter.

  • très belle interprétation

  • Пианистка это нечто!

  • left arm.

  • Didn't expect to watch it at 8AM and break tears. Thanks to this orchestra players and ... the pianist Alice. Wow!

  • I always come back and listen to this one. Thank you for posting it.

  • 19:23 There is ALWAYS one...

  • Was going to take a quick listen and move on, 30 mins later I am still here, just can’t stay away for some odd reasons... beautifully done!