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Watts plays at Meadowbrook
By JOHN HARVITH
Heat, humidity and an un-
daunted, s p r a w l i n g audience
greeted this tardy reviewer as he
more-or-less successfully manag-
ed to wedge himself into a post-
age stamp plot of grass at a
Meadowbrook Music Festival
concert featuring conductor Six-
ten Ehrling, pianist Andre Watts
and the Detroit Symphony Or-
As this relentless search for a
patch of green ensued, the pro-
gram had already begun with
Carl Nielsen's Third Symphony
("Espansiva"). This most acces-
sible of the twentieth-century
Danish composer's six sympho-
nies was a cause for keen expec-
tation since Ehrling and his or-
chestra have long established
themselves as being among the
outstanding Nielsen interpreters
of our time. Unfortunately, P&R
men of the recording industry
haven't caught on yet, relying
on big-selling names with lesser
interpretive Powers (i.e. Leonard
Bernstein) to steal the national
spotlight with their Nielsen re-
After this glowing promo for
Ehrling's Nielsen, it's not a lit-
tle embarrassing to confess that
Saturday night's Espansiva was
somewhat disappointing: the en-
semble simply lacked cohesion in
the first two movements. Sloppy
string entrances and limping
pizzicatti frustrated Nielsen's
carefully wrought architectural
plan, and the "heavenly" non-
verbal soprano - baritone vocal
cantilena in the Andante move-
ment sounded more perfunctory
than anything else. Mercifully,
the orchestra suddenly snapped
to attention for the concluding
two movements so that Ehrling
was able to exhibit his rare tal-
ents as a Nielsen exponent. The
impish humor, vigorous ath-
leticism and soaring lines of the
Espansiva finally shone foth
through Ehrling's smooth handl-
ing of tempo changes, his inps-
tence upon clarity of melodic
lines, and his idiomatic grasp of
the work's dancelike ch rector.
Recalling Andre Watts' virtuo-
sic, muscle - botggling imp
through the Rachmoanin'tf Third
Concerto at the 1969 Moadow-
brook Festival, this nyemtbty of
the Saturday evening tudience
fully expected similar s rfng-
snapping calisthenics in the
Brahms Second Concerto. Whiile
making the most of the con-
certo's more extroverted mo-
ments, Watts stunned this listen-
er by the unexpected subtlety
and refinement of his playing
his finesse with echo effects in
repeated phrases, his controlled
ear-ravishing pianissimi in the
slow movement, his graceful,
lilting account of the final move-
ment, where he displayed play-
fulness and delicacy worthy of
a great Mozart pianist.
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