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In the solo vocal works is laudable English soprano Emma Kirkby negotiating the treacherous terrain of In turbato mare irato with seeming ease, even though much of the music is written in the alto range.
Kirkby's singing also adds considerable character and sparkle to Lungi dal vago volo, a solo vocal piece where Vivaldi's instrumental accompaniment is so sparse it leaves the soloist exposed and with little opportunity to rest. Lungi dal vago volo is written for a singer of exceptional ability, and Kirkby is more than merely up to the challenge. A Medieval Journey provides you with more than seven hours of the finest medieval music, all placed in its appropriate historical context. Version arabe.
Melchite trad. Responsorium: Congratulamini mihi omnes qui diligitis Dominum. Communion: Qui mundacaverit. B Mozarabic Chapel of the Cath. Sacrificium Sunday before St. Antienne: In paradisum.
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Planctus Hugonis Abbatis: Hug dulce nomen. Cantio ad laudem cantoris: Annus novus in gaudio. Dedit Dominus confessionem sancto suo. A l'entrada del temps clar. Quand vei la laudeta mover. Sitot me soi a tart aperceubutz. Alfonso el Sabio attr. Cantiga Da que Deus mamou o leite do seu peito instr. Cantiga Miragres fremosos instr. Cantiga Santa Maria, strela do dia. CB 5: Flete flenda. Ich lobe ein wip. Wol auff, gesell instr. Versus: Veni solis radius. Kyrie: Cunctipotens. Graduel: Viderunt omnes. Agnus Dei. Ite missa est - Deo gratias. Limoges, Ms.
Agnus dei: Virtute numinis. Quare fremuerunt. Honte, paour, doubtance instr. Belle, bonne sage. Or voit tout. Motet: Campanis cum cymbalis - Honoremus Dominam. Mater ora flium. Gymel: Edi be thu. England, 14th c. Chant: Gabriel fram heven-king. They are very often different from the opus numbers under which these works were published. The Sonatas are not mentioned in Boccherini's autograph catalogue and can not be dated precisely, but most of them are probably authentic early works until c. The basso part is not ciphered and probably intended for a second string instrument e.
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The overtures to some of his operas were once very popular on recordings. Strauss II: Romances Nos. He attended the French Academy in Rome and after returning to Paris, worked as head of chamber music for Radio France. He has since concentrated on composing. He has composed orchestral, chamber, instrumental, vocal and choral works. Among his many other concertante works are Piano Concerto, Op. Violin Concerto No.
Concerto for Trumpet and String Orchestra No. Folia for Viola and String Orchestra, Op. Nocturne for Cello and Orchestra, Op. He composed operas, orchestral, chamber and vocal works. He worked as a violist, music director for several orchestras, as an administrator for Radio-France and held a professorship at the Paris Conservatory.
In part, his oeuvre consists of string quartets, vocal works, a large number of pieces for flute and two chamber operas as well as 5 Symphonies. Born in Bordeaux. His initial musical training was in his home city but he then attended the Paris Conservatory where Paul Dukas, Georges Caussade and Louis Aubert were his teachers. His administrative posts included musical directorship of the Paris International Exposition and national program director for French Radio.
He composed operas, ballets and works in most genres. Flute Concerto Born in Saint-Emilion, Gironde. As a child, he studied piano, organ and harmony and later attended the Conservatoire de Bordeaux. He had a distinguished career as an organist both in France and abroad. His catalogue includes orchestral, chamber, instrumental and choral works.
Concerto for Flute and String Orchestra, Op. Born in Paris to Polish parents. As a pianist, he has appeared as a soloist with orchestras on several occasions and regularly accompanies silent films. He has composed a large catalogue of works in various genres ranging from opera to jazz. Born in Muret, Haute-Garonne. His academic career includes posts as professor at the Conservatory of Saint-Maur, director of the Grasse Conservatory Grasse and director of the Chevilly Conservatory.
His output consists mostly of piano music but he also composed symphonic, chamber and vocal works. His catalogue also contains: Piano Concertos Nos. Concerto No. As a child, he learned to play several instruments from his father, a doctor who was an amateur musician. He went on to become one of France's greatest composers whose music pushed composition in revolutionary directions. Born in Toulouse. He was a specialist in analyzing the scores of J. His catalogue includes a Concertino for Piano and Chamber Orchestra He joined the faculty of the Paris Conservatory as a professor of harmony and later taught at the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau.
His catalogue includes operas, symphonic works, ballets, chamber music, piano works and songs. The son of a Bohemia-born musician, he learned the flute and piano by the age of seven. Forced to flee Paris because of a scandal, he went to London where he became one of the founders of the Royal Academy of Music where he taught the harp.http://ex-pro.su/component/map25.php
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A further scandal made him into a globetrotting musician, winding up in Australia. He composed many operas but was best-known as a harpist. A Harp Concerto No. Harp Concerto No. Born in Ensisheim, Haut-Rhin, Alsace. He worked as an organist and cantor at at the Church of St. Vincent de Paul in Paris until his death.
He composed a Symphony in F, Op. Born in Rouen, Normandy. He received his musical education first from the choirmaster and the organist of the local cathedral in Rouen. He also composed music in other genres and became a professor of composition at the Paris Conservatory. Like Auber , the overtures to some of his operas were once very popular on recordings. Piano Concerto in F major He composed operas as well as orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. Born in Sofia, Bulgaria. His first attempts at composition date from , when he attended the contemporary music courses at Darmstadt.
He refined his compositional technique in Milan under the guidance of Luciano Berio and Bruno Maderna. He became a naturalized French citizen and became well-known as an avant-garde composer, writer and critic. Born in Paris, the daughter of composer Ernest Boulanger. She entered the Paris Conservatory at the age of nine and also took private lessons with Louis Vierne and Alexandre Guilmant. She started teaching in her family's apartment and later taught at the French Music School for Americans opened in Fontainebleau.
She composed and conducted as well, but her fame rests with her illustrious career as a teacher whose pupils included practically every important American composer of the twentieth century from Aaron Copland to Elliot Carter. She composed orchestral, chamber and vocal works. Her sister, Lili Boulanger , was a short-lived but very promising composer. He has worked as a pianist and conductor and has taught harmony at the Paris Conservatory.
His catalogue includes orchestra, chamber and instrumental works. Concerto for Alto and Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra Born in Valenciennes, Nord-Pas-de-Calais. He studied at the Paris Conservatory. He composed operas, orchestral, chamber and instrumental works. She studied at the Reims and Paris Conservatories. In she won the Prix de Rome which enabled her to pursue further studies at the French Academy in Rome.
Her professionnal life has been divided between teaching and musical creation. Her catalogue includes orchestral, instrumental and vocal works. His compositions are mostly for the organ. He became a prominent conductor and eminent professor of composition at the Paris Conservatory. He composed operas, a ballet, incidental music, orchestral, chamber, instrumental, choral and vocal works.
He is best known for his orchestrations of Debussy's Petite Suite and Printemps. He completed his training with Pierre Schaeffer. He composed a large amount of music in various genres. His unrecorded concertante works include Piano Concertos Nos. Born in Lyon. Simultaneously, she worked on electroacoustics both at the Paris Conservatory and with the Groupe de Recherches Musicales.
She is the director of the Paris 7eme Arrondissement Conservatoire where she also teaches composition. She has composed orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. He studied piano from the age of four and later entered the Schola Cantorum in where he was a student of Vincent d'Indy and Charles Bordes.
His catalogue includes operas, orchestral, instrumental and vocal works but his fame rests solely on his Chants d'Auvergne, which reflect the folklore of his native region. He worked for French radio and founded and led its chamber orchestra. He composed operas, orchestral, chamber, instrumental, vocal and chamber works.
Born in Le Havre. His own compositions include orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. Born in Paris into a musical family that included 3 uncles who were composers. His formal studies were at the Paris Conservatory where his piano teacher was Joseph Diemer and Xavier Leroux taught him composition. He achieved great fame as a pianist and toured extensively, often appearing with his wife Gaby.
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He taught both in France and America. His unrecorded concertane works are Piano Concertos Nos. Piano Concerto No. He composed operas, orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. He was appointed as a professor of solfege at the Paris Conservatory as well as counseler of piano study and analysis.
He composed music for the stage as well as orchestral, chamber, instrumental, choral and vocal works. His other concertante works include Piano Concerto No. Born in Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, Centre.
During his brief lifetime, he composed, in addition to his Piano Concerto, a few pieces for orchestra as well as chamber and piano works. He learned the piano as a child. While studying law in Paris, he also studied the piano, harmony, and counterpoint. In composition, however, he was basically self-taught. After working as a civil servant, he entered the circle of the Parnassians in Paris, a group of poets, writers, painters and musicians. After quitting his civil service job, he worked as chorus master at the Concerts Lamoureux. He then composed piano pieces and operas that were influenced by his love of Richard Wagner's music.
His catalogue consists of orchestral, piano works and songs as well as a number of completed and unfinished operas and operettas. Strauss: Horn Concerto No. He composed orchestral works, including 3 Symphonies, as well as an opera buffa, instrumental and vocal music. His twin brother, Henri Challan d.
Concerto Pastoral for Piano and Orchestra, Op. She began composing as a child and gave her first concert when she was eighteen. Her work as a composer, mostly character pieces for piano and salon songs, gained steadily in favor. In addition to those two genres, her catalogue contains only a few works for orchestra as well as some choral pieces.
He lived in Calcutta and Bombay and made a study of Indian music. On his return to France, he attended the Paris Conservatory where Tony Aubin was his composition teacher and Olivier Messiaen taught him theory. He worked as an organist and served as chief inspector of music for the Ministry of Cultural Affairs. His compositions, many influenced by his sojourn in India, cover the fields of ballet, orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal music.
Coming from a wealthy family, he could devote his musical activities completely to composing. Like many other French composers of his generation, he fell under the spell of Richard Wagner as evidenced by his opera "Le Roi Arthus. Concerto for Piano, Violin and String Quartet in D major alternate version with string orchestra In addition to several operas, he has composed orchestral, chamber and vocal works.
His many unrecorded concertante works include, Violin Concerto No. John of the Cross" Born in Shanghai. He has lived in France since , and became a French citizen in After initial musical studies at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, a scholarship allowed him to go abroad for further studies. He has composed a large body of works ranging from opera and film scores to pieces for solo instruments and voices, often influenced by Chinese folk music.
Born in Bucharest, Romania. He studied first at that city's Conservatory before settling in Paris in where he studied privately with Arthur Honegger and took courses at the Paris Conservatory with Tony Aubin, Nadia Boulanger and Olivier Messiaen. He held various conducting positions and also taught both at the Paris Conservatory and in America at Stanford University.