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Entremont - A La Française (Debussy, Ravel, Chabrier, Satie, Fauré, Poulenc) download album

  • Performer: Entremont
  • Album: A La Française (Debussy, Ravel, Chabrier, Satie, Fauré, Poulenc)
  • FLAC: 1408 mb | MP3: 1444 mb
  • Released: 1973
  • Country: Australia
  • Style: Impressionist, Modern, Romantic
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Entremont - A La Française (Debussy, Ravel, Chabrier, Satie, Fauré, Poulenc) download album

Complete your Entremont collection.

This was a project required to be bellow 30 minutes in length and contain only samples of the songs.

Album · 1999 · 11 Songs. By Claude Debussy - Charles Dutoit & Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal.

Claude Debussy, Francis Poulenc, Gabriel Fauré, Erik Satie, Camille Saint-Saëns, Georges Bizet, Maurice Ravel, Olivier Messiaen.

Entremont à la française. Philippe Entremont (piano). Release Date: 1st Apr 2016. Catalogue No: G010003519221K. Ravel: Alborada del gracioso (Miroirs No. 4). 6:35. Debussy: Préludes, Book 1, L. 117: La fille aux cheveux de lin. 2:09. Fauré: Impromptu No. 3 in A flat major Op. 34. 4:21.

Debussy, Ravel and Poulenc all acknowledged Chabrier's influence on their music. Debussy wrote in 1893 "Chabrier, Moussorgsky, Palestrina, voilà ce que j'aime" – they are what I love, and said that he could not have written La Damoiselle élue without Chabrier's La sulamite as a model. Huebner remarks on echoes of Chabrier in Debussy's "La soirée dans Grenade" in Estampes, and the piano prelude "Général Lavine – excentric". The influence on Ravel is still more marked. The Art of French Piano Music: Debussy, Ravel, Fauré, Chabrier", Notes, June 2010, p. 790 (subscription required) Archived 14 June 2018 at the Wayback Machine. a b c d e Johnson, Graham (2002). Notes to Hyperion CD set CDA67133/4.

2) Columbia ML 4484, 'Soiree Francaise', being more Poulenc on the piano, but this time with Pierre Bernac, baritone, recorded March 1950. Another really enjoyable disc, the Satie being limited to his '3 Melodies' (all short), with about half the album devoted to songs composed by Poulenc, also featuring a few songs by Chabrier and Debussy. Both these Poulenc played recordings are highly recommended. Another composer & pianist who knew Satie and made a few recordings was Georges Auric. Also contained are a smattering of works by Debussy, Ravel, Chabrier, Faure (very good), and Poulenc. This is sort of a nice record to read by, all quite pleasant, but nothing really special. 9. Columbia M 36666, recorded Nov.

Anne Queffélec, piano, performs: SATIE: Gnossienne No 1. RAVEL: À la manière de Chabrier. SATIE: Gymnopédie No 1. POULENC: Pastourelle. SATIE: Gnossienne No 3. FERROUD: Nonchalante. HAHN: Le banc songeur. DEBUSSY: Clair de lune, from Suite bergamasque. DUPONT: Après-midi de dimanche. SATIE: Gymnopédie No 3. KOECHLIN: Le chant des pêcheurs.

Trios à cordes - Musique de piano - La mélodie française de l'affirmation à l'affermissement - La musique religieuse de l'église au théâtre et du théâtre à l'église - Une révolution en marche - Claude Debussy jusqu'en 1894. Cet ouvrage est consacré à la période comprise entre le chant du cygne de Berlioz, Les Doyens (1863), et les premiers chefs-d'oeuvre accomplis de Debussy, le Quatuor et surtout le Prélude à L'après-midi d'un faune, créés respectivement en 1893 et 1894.

The album opens with the longest song cycle on offer: Fauré’s La Bonne chanson. It’s a fine showcase for Meglioranza’s rich, warm baritone and sets the album off to a fine start. Debussy’s Fétes galantes II feels decidedly unconventional following on from Fauré, highlighting that this album is far from a conventional stroll through standard vocal repertoire. Following an appropriately rowdy rendition of Poulenc’s Chansons gaillardes and a solid, if conventional, realisation of Ravel’s Deux épigrammes de Clément Marot, The Good Song finishes with a second Poulenc work, La bestiaire. Historically, the accompaniment was originally scored for flute, clarinet, bassoon and string quartet, which results in an unconventional arrangement for piano and voice.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ravel* Rigaudon - From "Le Tombeau De Couperin"
Composed By – Ravel*
2:57
A2 Ravel* Pavane For A Dead Princess
Composed By – Ravel*
6:40
A3 Ravel* Alborada Del Gracioso - From "Miroirs"
Composed By – Ravel*
6:36
A4 Debussy* Girl With The Flaxen Hair
Composed By – Debussy*
2:05
A5 Debussy* Rêverie
Composed By – Debussy*
3:42
A6 Chabrier* Scherzo-Valse
Composed By – Chabrier*
4:13
B1 Satie* Gymnopédie No. 1
Composed By – Satie*
3:07
B2 Satie* Gymnopédie No. 2
Composed By – Satie*
2:53
B3 Satie* Gymnopédie No. 3
Composed By – Satie*
2:45
B4 Fauré* Nocturne No. 6, Op. 63
Composed By – Fauré*
9:03
B5 Fauré* Impromptu, No. 3, Op. 34
Composed By – Fauré*
4:16
B6 Poulenc* Toccata - From "Trois Pièces"
Composed By – Poulenc*
2:04

Credits

  • Engineer – Arthur Kendy, Robert Gooch, Roy Emerson
  • Liner Notes – Elissa von Tayn
  • Piano – Philippe Entremont
  • Producer – Hellmuth Kolbe, Paul Myers

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SBR-235573, SBR235573 Entremont* A La Française (Debussy, Ravel, Chabrier, Satie, Fauré, Poulenc) ‎(LP, Album) CBS, CBS SBR-235573, SBR235573 Australia Unknown
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Could an "add release" be added so I can post the Canadian version?
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