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 products use the best masters and are equipped with high-quality sound SHM-CD + green color label coating to bring out their full potential. Honegger's "Jeanne d'Arc on the Mount of Fire," which premiered in 1938, features a young girl as the heroine of a national salvation. The story revolves around Jeanne, played by actors, and Dominique, a monk. The orchestra, which lacks horns, includes a variety of instruments such as saxophones and ondes martenots, creating a unique sound. This album is a live recording of a performance held at Saint-Denis Cathedral in Paris in June 1989. *This album does not include bilingual lyrics. [Performers] Francoise Pore ( Soprano: The Virgin ), Michel Coman ( Soprano: Marguerite ), Nathalie Stutzman ( Alto: Catherine ), John Aller ( Tenor: Voice, Pig, Officer I, Priest ), Jean-Philippe Courti ( Bass: Voice, Officer II ), France National Radio Choir (Chorus Conductor: Francois-Xavier Birger), National Radio Boys Choir (Chorus Conductor: Marie-Claude Varin), Orchestre National de France, etc., Conductor: Seiji Ozawa Recorded: June 1989, Paris (live)