Jean-Phillipe Rameau - Vocal And Instrumental Ensemble directed by Nadia Boulanger - Operatic Excerpts mp3 flacPerformer: Jean-Phillipe Rameau
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Jean-Phillipe Rameau - Vocal And Instrumental Ensemble directed by Nadia Boulanger - Operatic Excerpts mp3 flac
Prelude in F Minor by Nadia Boulanger, arranged for wind ensemble by Patrick J. Burns.
Jean-Phillipe Rameau - Vocal And Instrumental Ensemble directed by Nadia Boulanger – Operatic Excerpts. Label: Decca – DL 9683. A1. Excerpts from Dardanus, Act II. Bass Vocals, Soloist – Doda Conrad, and Ensemble Libretto By – Charles-Antoine Leclerc De La Bruère. A2. Minuet from the Prologue to Castor et Pollux. Soprano Vocals – Flore WendSoprano Vocals, Soloist – Nadine SautereauTenor Vocals – Jean MacietTenor Vocals, Soloist – Paul Derenne. A3. "Rossignois amoureux" from Act V of Hippolyte et Aricie. Libretto By – Abbé Pellegrin Soprano Vocals, Soloist – Flore Wend.
Nadia Boulanger (born September 16, 1887, Paris, France - died October 22, 1979, Paris, France) was a French organ and piano player, conductor, composer and music teacher, and older sister of the composer Lili Boulanger. Among her students was a certain Michel Legrand. ループで: Nadia Boulanger Vocal And Instrumental Ensemble. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 Nadia Boulanger. Jean-Phillipe Rameau - Vocal And Instrumental Ensemble directed by Nadia Boulanger - Operatic Excerpts (LP).
Directed By, Harpsichord – Nadia Boulanger. Double Bass – Pierre Barthelemy. Harp – Pierre Jamet (2). Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Nancy Waugh. Soprano Vocals – Donna Rumsey, Flore Wend, Geneviève Massignon. Tenor Vocals – Hugues Cuénod, Paul Derenne. Viola – Collete Lequien. Viola – Pierre Pasquier.
Boulanger two sets of pioneering Baroque music recordings by renowned pedagogue Nadia Boulanger, her abridged 1952 recording of Charpentier's opera Médée, and a selection of Monteverdi madrigals recorded in 1937. It is a full-price disc, and apparently there is no attempt to undercut the competition, as this is heralded as the "World Première on CD" (sic) for the sake of Médée. It is, by virtue of IDIS getting this out a little ahead of French EMI's Les Introuvables des Nadia Boulanger.
The recital will be a vocal feast, offering some exquisite treasures from the master of the French Baroque, Jean-Phillipe Rameau. Rameaus fantastical imagination transformed the face of French opera. He was ahead of his time with his theories and works inspiring such succeeding operatic innovators as Gluck and Wagner and influencing musical thinkers over two centuries later. A profoundly gifted composer he created a series of bracing theatrical masterpieces full of dramatic tension
Nadia Boulanger was a French musician counted among the best teachers of musical composition of the 20th century. This biography of Nadia Boulanger provides detailed information about her childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline.
None dispute that Boulanger was by far the twentieth century’s most influential composition teacher. Yet Mademoiselle, as she has long been known in the music world, dismissed her own works as useless, with the result that they are almost completely unknown to the musical public today. Music lovers everywhere can now hear Boulanger’s complete works, published and unpublished (including 13 world premieres), in the genres of the art song, solo piano, cello and piano, and organ, as performed by an all-star array of musicians
OPERA EXCERPTS CONDUCTED BY NADIA BOULANGER: Recorded 1953. Dardanus 2 Act. Introduction- Tout l'avenir est present a mes yeux. Sautereau, Wend, Kolassi, Derenne, Maciet, Demigny, Conrad, Instrumental ensemble direction Nadia Boulanger. NADIA BOULANGER (1887-1979). Her parents were both musicians, her father was a professor at the Paris Conservatorire. Her mother was a Russian princess who married her French father when she was 21 he 62. Nadia was born when he was 72. She achieved early honours as a student at the Paris Conservatoire. She was taught composition by Faure, but gave up composing because she thought she was no good, although Faure disagreed. Nadia became a teacher of music instead
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|A1||Excerpts from Dardanus, Act II
Bass Vocals, Soloist – Doda Conrad, and Ensemble*Libretto By – Charles-Antoine Leclerc De La Bruère
|A2||Minuet from the Prologue to Castor et Pollux
Soprano Vocals – Flore WendSoprano Vocals, Soloist – Nadine SautereauTenor Vocals – Jean MacietTenor Vocals, Soloist – Paul Derenne
|A3||"Rossignois amoureux" from Act V of Hippolyte et Aricie
Libretto By – Abbé Pellegrin*Soprano Vocals, Soloist – Flore Wend
|A4||"Oh Jour Affreux!" from Act III of Dardanus
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Irma Kolassi
|A5||"Clair flambeau du monde" from Entrée II of Les Indes Galantes
Baritone Vocals, Soloist – Bernard Demigny, and Ensemble*
|B1||"O disgrâce cruelle" - Overture And Fanfare from Hippolyte et Aricie
Libretto By – Abbé Pellegrin*Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Irma Kolassi, and Ensemble*
|B3||"Séjour de l'eternelle paix" from Act IV of Castor et Pollux
Tenor Vocals, Soloist – Paul Derenne
|B4||"Volons sur les bordes de la Seine" from Les Fetes d'Hébé (Entr'acte from Acanthe et Céphise)
Soprano Vocals, Soloist – Flore Wend, Nadine SautereauTenor Vocals – Paul Derenne
|B5||"Chantons Bacchus!" from Platée
Tenor Vocals, Soloist – Paul Derenne, and Ensemble*
- Composed By – Jean-Phillipe Rameau*
- Cover – Erik Nitsche
- Directed By – Nadia Boulanger
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): MG 3135
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): MG 3136