CD Album

Debussy: Chansons De Bilitis [SHM-CD]

Ensemble Wien-Berlin

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Catalog No.UCCS-50357
JAN/ISBN 4988031628546
Product Type CD SHM-CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorUNIVERSAL MUSIC

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Features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format. [Machine Translation] [Classical Department Store - French Chronicle] 1st release. 100 titles of masterpieces of French music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods to the present day! From orchestral to chamber music, instrumental music and opera, this collection covers the essential works in the history of French music! The 100 titles include highly acclaimed albums from Deutsche Grammophon and Decca, as well as masterpieces by both greats and current artists. The booklet includes a foreword by music writer Hiroyuki Yagi. The booklet also includes an easy-to-understand new album commentary. All albums are recorded on high quality SHM-CD with green color label coating to bring out the full potential of the masters. The poet and writer Pierre Louis commissioned Debussy to write music for a poetry recital with mime. In this album, the Ensemble Wiener Wien-Berlin, a group of virtuoso musicians, weaves music before and after the reading by the famous actress Catherine Deneuve. The album also includes chamber music by Ravel and Debussy. *There is no bilingual translation of the lyrics. [Performed by Catherine Deneuve (recitation) ( 6 ), Ensemble Wien-Berlin: Margit-Anna Juss (harp I), Edelheid Brochsky-Miller (harp II), Wolfgang Schulze (flute I), Hans Wolfgang Dunschede (flute II), Carl Reister (clarinet) ), Carl Leister (clarinet), Gerhard Hetzel (violin I), Rainer Honeck (violin II), Wolfram Christ (viola), Georg Faust (cello), Rolf Koenen (celesta) Recorded: August 1989, Arbersee, Paris, March 1990 (reading)

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ドビュッシー&ラヴェル: 室内楽曲集 [SHM-CD] / アンサンブル・ウィーン=ベルリン

[クラシック百貨店~フレンチ・クロニクル] 第1回発売。ルネサンス・バロック時代から現代まで、フランス音楽の名作名盤を集めた100タイトル! オーケストラから室内楽、器楽曲、オペラまで、フランス音楽史上欠かせない作品を網羅! ドイツ・グラモフォン、デッカの名盤から、これまで高く評価されてきたアルバムや、巨匠&現役アーティスト達の名盤を100タイトル厳選。ブックレットには音楽ライター・八木宏之氏による序文解説を掲載。わかりやすい新規書下ろしアルバム解説も掲載。すべての商品で最良のマスターを使用し、そのポテンシャルをひき出す高音質SHM-CD+グリーン・カラー・レーベルコート仕様を採用。 ■詩人で作家であったピエール・ルイスが、マイム付きの詩の朗誦会の音楽をドビュッシーに依頼して書かれたのが「ビリティスの歌」。このアルバムでは、名手ぞろいのアンサンブル・ウィーン=ベルリンが、名女優カトリーヌ・ドヌーヴの朗読の前後に音楽を紡いでいく。他に、ラヴェルとドビュッシーの室内楽曲を収録。 ※歌詞対訳は付いておりません。 [演奏] カトリーヌ・ドヌーヴ (朗読) (6)、アンサンブル・ウィーン=ベルリン: マルギット=アンナ・ジュス (ハープI)、エーデルハイト・ブロフスキ=ミラー (ハープII)、ヴォルフガング・シュルツ (フルートI)、ハンス・ヴォルフガング・デュンシェーデ (フルートII)、カール・ライスター (クラリネット)、ゲルハルト・ヘッツェル (ヴァイオリンI)、ライナー・ホネック (ヴァイオリンII)、ヴォルフラム・クリスト (ヴィオラ)、ゲオルク・ファウスト (チェロ)、ロルフ・ケーネン (チェレスタ) 録音: 1989年8月 アーバーゼー、1990年3月 パリ (朗読)

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