CD Album

Milhaud: Les Choephores / Honegger: Symphony No.5 / Roussel: Bacchus Et Ariane [SHM-CD]

Igor Markevitch (conductor)

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Catalog No.UCCS-50369
JAN/ISBN 4988031628652
Product Type CD SHM-CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorUNIVERSAL MUSIC

SHM-CD discs are fully compatible with standard CD players.



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 best sound potential of the masters. This album features works by two of the six French musicians, Milhaud and Honegger, as well as some of Roussel's best-known compositions. The album contains works by Milhaud and Honegger, two of the French six, as well as Roussel's most famous compositions. Coifford" was composed when he was 23 years old. His last symphony, "3 Les" by Honegger, an alumnus of the Conservatoire de Paris, ends with "Les" in all three movements. The lyrics are not accompanied by a bilingual translation. [Performed by] University Choir (Chorus Conductor: Giorgi Ziton) ( 1 ), Genevieve Moisin (Soprano) ( 1 ), Helene Puvier (Alto: Elektra) ( 1 ), Heinz Rehfs (Baritone: Orestes) ( 1 ), Claude Norie (Narration) ( 1 ), Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevich Recorded: March 1957 (1, 2, mono), December 1958 (3) Paris

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ミヨー: 劇音楽「コエフォール」/オネゲル: 交響曲第5番「3つのレ」/ルーセル: バレエ「バッカスとアリアーヌ」第2組曲 [SHM-CD] / イーゴル・マルケヴィチ (指揮)

[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。 ■フランス6人組のうちの二人、ミヨーとオネゲルの作品と、ルーセルの代表曲を収録したアルバム。ミヨーは1974年に亡くなるまでに13曲の交響曲をはじめ、作品番号付きだけでも443曲を作曲した。「コエフォール」は彼が23歳の時の作品。パリ音楽院時代の同窓生オネゲルの「3つのレ」は彼の最後の交響曲。3つの楽章すべてが「レ」で終わる。 ※歌詞対訳は付いておりません。 [演奏] 大学合唱団 (合唱指揮: ジョルジ・ジットン) (1)、ジュヌヴィエーヴ・モワザン (ソプラノ) (1)、エレーヌ・プヴィエ (アルト: エレクトラ) (1)、ハインツ・レーフス (バリトン: オレステス) (1)、クロード・ノリエ (語り) (1)、ラムルー管弦楽団、指揮: イーゴル・マルケヴィチ 録音: 1957年3月 (1, 2、モノラル)、1958年12月 (3) パリ

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