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Votez pour moi

Votez pour moi


 

L'impôt sur les célibataires

Angélina Lamy, Charles Pourny

Meeting des femmes

Léon Xanrof, Maurice Mac-Nab

Prière de Jeanne d'Arc

anon.:

A Jeanne

Béranger, P J:

Notre coq

Boileau-Despréaux:

Quando n n'a pas le sou

Boissière:

Un bon républicain

Bruant:

Le toast du Président

Pus d'patrons

Gretry:

L'affiche électorale

Hypsa:

Les complots

Jouy:

Un bal chez le ministre

La Marseillaise des locataires

Nadaud:

Droite, gauche, centre

Rodelle:

Galant siffleur

Xanrof:

La Chambre et le Sénat


Laura Neumann, Ingrid Perruche and Arnaud Marzorat

La clique des Lunaisiens, Ensemble soliste XXI, Arnaud Marzorati

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Aparté - AP146D

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Fauré: Piano Works

Fauré: Piano Works


Fauré:

Ballade in F sharp major for solo piano or piano & orchestra, Op. 19

Impromptu No. 3 in A flat major Op. 34

Nocturne No. 6 in D flat major, Op. 63

Nocturne No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 74

Thème & Variations, Op. 73

Nocturne No. 9 in B minor, Op. 97

Nocturne No. 11 in F sharp minor, Op. 104 No. 1

Nocturne No. 13 in B minor, Op. 119


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Aparté - AP150D

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Dances of Old Vienna

Dances of Old Vienna


Among the final albums made by the late Nikolaus Harnoncourt was a history in sound of Viennese dance, the waltzes and polkas that made contemporary millionaires of the Strauss dynasty and have since travelled the world not least thanks to the Vienna Philharmonic’s New Year’s Day concert. The leader of those concerts for 25 years, Willi Boskovsky, had already made such a history back in 1967: ‘Dances of Old Vienna’.

The musicologist Alexander Weinmann made these arrangements for Boskovsky and his colleagues in the Vienna Philharmonic: a select band of eight musicians. Together they journey in high spirits from late Mozart through Schubert and the always under-appreciated Joseph Lanner to some little-known gems of Johann Strauss the Elder (the Exeter-Polka and Tivoli-Rutsch Walzer among them) and even a tip of the hat to his son’s Liebeslieder Walzer.

A second Decca album fills out a picture of early nineteenth-century Vienna: ‘Dances and Romances’ of Beethoven, in which Boskovsky takes the solo violin parts with his renowned ease and sweetness of tone. This generous anthology is completed by another impeccably stylish chamber ensemble LP from the 1960s, I Musici playing Schubert at his most good-natured, including the expansive Rondo D438, which was the nearest he came to writing a violin concerto.

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Australian Eloquence - ELQ4826152

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Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 5

Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 5


Beethoven:

Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra

Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major, Op. 73 'Emperor'

Berliner Philharmoniker


In a quickly released series for Deutsche Grammophon, Andor Foldes went into the studio towards the end of the 1950s with around half of Beethoven’s piano sonatas.

The solo works were complemented by two concerto recordings, which now appear together in new remasterings. Foldes was partnered by Ferdinand Leitner, the ‘house’ conductor for Deutsche Grammophon who would accompany several noted pianists in these concertos, not least Wilhelm Kempff. It was Kempff’s recordings which would hold their place in the catalogue and the affection of listeners for many decades, but now is the time to appreciate once more the art of a more self-effacing pianist, who as Gramophone remarked in reviewing the ‘Emperor’ could reveal ‘a vein of artless charm’ – not only in Beethoven but much else of his diverse repertoire from Mozart to Bartók.

Although he made these recordings in his 40s, Foldes had had an intimate, performer’s understanding of the concertos for many decades. He first played the First Concerto in public at the age of nine; two years later he appeared with the Fourth, and playing his own cadenzas. As a recording artist, he took fewer such risks. ‘Recording a disc is one of the most difficult tasks for a performing artist,’ Foldes wrote. ‘What is recorded is there for eternity. It must be a version that will stand the test of time, and yet not be “set in stone”; it must capture the essence of that intuitive moment, and yet convey the definitiveness imposed upon it by the very nature of the situation.’

“Foldes finds infinitely more of implication in the notes themselves, and he is constantly at pains to show exactly what Beethoven wrote and what he meant by it. There is an enormous amount to listen to in his reading, and the style of it is firmly defined and idiomatic.” Gramophone Magazine, December 1959 (Piano Concerto No. 5)

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Australian Eloquence - ELQ4827048

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Mozart, Clementi: Vanessa Wagner

Mozart, Clementi: Vanessa Wagner


Clementi:

Sonata in F Major, Op. 23 No. 2

Didone abbandonata

Mozart:

Fantasia in D minor, K397

Piano Sonata No. 17 in B flat major, K570


Vanessa Wagner (Brodmann piano 1814, Yamaha piano)

Ever since her first Mozart disc in 2000, the French pianist Vanessa Wagner has wanted to make another recording of his music. Her ‘encounter’ with Clementi stimulated her to do so and to bring together on a single disc these two composers who have so often been compared. Since 2008 she has also played the fortepiano in concert which has opened a new door in her musical itinerary. She enjoys the technique it calls for, the attitude required of the musician confronted with these fragile instruments, the intimate sound it produces, the nostalgic charm it exudes.To alternate between instruments seemed natural to her, and she now does so as often as possible in concert. Vanessa Wagner has always tried to create her own career path, a trajectory that seems natural, free and coherent to her. This disc exemplifies her approach.

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La Dolce Volta - LDV31

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Brahms: Symphony No. 4, Alto Rhapsody & Schicksalslied

Brahms: Symphony No. 4, Alto Rhapsody & Schicksalslied


Brahms:

Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98

Alto Rhapsody, Op. 53

Ann Hallenberg (mezzo)

Schicksalslied, Op. 54

Collegium Vocale Gent


"The four symphonies of Brahms form the kernel of our musical heritage, along with such works as the Monteverdi Vespers, the Bach Cello Suites and Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations. To mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées and the half-century (!) of Collegium Vocale Gent, we conceived the project of recording them in tandem with major choral works by this composer whose instrumental and vocal worlds are in essence inextricable. Johannes Brahms was at heart a singer. His entire oeuvre is underpinned by poetry and text, indeed even by rhetoric, following on in organic succession from ‘early’ music, notably the music of Schütz and Bach, of which he had a profound knowledge and whose tradition he was bent on continuing, to the horror of the modernists of his day. In the twentieth century, the world of the orchestra and that of the voice often followed different paths. But, contrary to this tendency, the trajectories of the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées and Collegium Vocale Gent have always been closely linked.

In the first place, this musical complementarity has enabled us to mount and record a considerable number of masterpieces of the repertoire with a deep-rooted shared aesthetic. But above all, thanks to an assiduous process of collaboration, the choir of Collegium Vocale has applied itself to the task of incorporating into its approach vertical, rhythmic precision and true, non-tempered intonation, two of the qualities to which the orchestra aspires, while the preponderance of text and vocal phrasing and articulation, indeed even pronunciation, has profoundly influenced the discourse of the orchestra, permeating to the very core of its instrumental technique. These are the bases of a task we dream of continuing for the next half-century." Philippe Herreweghe

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PHI - LPH025

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Bach: Motetten BWV 225-230 - Vinyl Edition

Bach: Motetten BWV 225-230 - Vinyl Edition


Bach, J S:

Motets, BWV225-230


FIRST VINYL RELEASE ON PHI!

To launch Philippe Herreweghe’s birthday year, we turn the spotlight once more on one of his most accomplished recordings: Bach’s Motets BWV 225-230. Recorded in 2011 in the splendid acoustics of the Jesus-Christus-Kirche in Berlin, this interpretation is accompanied by period instruments and is the result of intense reflection concerning the performing forces: Philippe Herreweghe sometimes uses a small number of singers per part, sometimes a larger group, according to the needs of the motet in question. He sees these pieces in terms of continuous research, in which ‘several approaches are possible and even necessary if one wishes to make this marvellous music sound its best, and especially for a recording’.

For the greater pleasure of the eyes and ears of turntable lovers, these masterpieces by the Kantor of Leipzig now appear in a novel incarnation, subtly combining the label’s new and modern graphic line with the timeless style of the vinyl format.

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Early Music

PHI - LPH950

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Stravinsky: The Firebird, Petrushka & The Rite of Spring

Stravinsky: The Firebird, Petrushka & The Rite of Spring


Stravinsky:

The Firebird

Petrushka

The Rite of Spring


Under their Chief Conductor David Robertson, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra presents a stunning live account of three seminal works: Stravinsky's The Firebird, Petrushka and

The Rite of Spring.

Stravinsky first achieved international fame with these works, which were commissioned for – and first performed by – Sergei Diaghilev's Ballet Russes. Premiered during an extraordinary period stretching from 1910 to 1913, these ballets quite simply revolutionized music: whilst often reaching into the past for their musical and cultural material, they introduced totally new conceptions of rhythm, colour and scale. The audience famously rioted at the first performance of The Rite of Spring – and whilst we may not be so scandalized in the 21st century, the music feels no less ground-breaking.

Recorded live at the Sydney Opera House, these performances showcase a glittering Sydney Symphony Orchestra under a conductor with a rare ability to bring to life the music of the 20th century. The critical and audience response to the concerts, which can now be enjoyed again through this album, was unanimous.

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ABC Classics - ABC4814954

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Lully: Armide

Lully: Armide


Antonio Figueroa, Marie-Claude Chappuis, Marc Mauillon, Douglas Williams, Cyril Auvity, Etienne Bazola, Marie-Adeline Henry, Judith van Wanroij, Emiliano Gonzalez Toro & Marie-Claude He

Chœur de Chambre de Namur, Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset

Following the huge success of 'Bellérophon', 'Phaéton' and 'Amadis', Aparté presents the highly-awaited rediscovery of 'Armide' by Les Talens Lyriques and Christophe Rousset, served by an impeccable cast, as the grand finale of their Lully recordings.

'Armide' is in the form of a tragédie en musique, a genre invented by Lully and Quinault, and was their last collaboration. It was a new form of opera that combined elements of classical French drama with ballet, French song and a new form of recitative. Critics in the 18th century regarded 'Armide' as Lully's masterpiece and it continues to be well-regarded, featuring some of the best-known music in French baroque opera and being arguably ahead of its time in its psychological interest. The subject, chosen for Lully by King Louis XIV, is the enchantress Armide’s unhappy love for the knight Renaud, drawn from Tasso’s 'Gerusalemme liberata'.

Numbered limited edition!

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Early Music

Aparté - AP135D

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Anonymous: Missa sine nomine

Anonymous: Missa sine nomine

Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks, Vol. 5


 

Sarum plainchant

anon.:

Missa Sine nomine

Hunt, Robert:

Ave Maria mater dei

Mason, John:

Ve nobis miseris

Sturmy:

Exultet in hac die


Blue Heron, Scott Metcalfe

Volume 5 of the acclaimed series, Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks, contains the world premiere recording of a Mass by an anonymous English composer from the first half of the 16th century. Since the source of the cantus firmus has not been identified, the Mass remains without a name ("sine nomine"). The disc also includes an antiphon addressed to St. Augustine of Canterbury which is the only surviving work of Hugh Sturmy , a short and dramatic Ave Maria mater dei by Robert Hunt , whose Stabat mater is a highlight of vol. 3 of the series, and the sonorous and captivating Ve nobis miseris by John Mason , for men's voices in five parts. This recording is part of a 5-CD project which began in 2010. (Volumes 1-4 of the series were released with catalog numbers BHCD1002, BHCD1003, BHCD1004 and BHCD1005).

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Blue Heron Renaissance Choir Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks - BHCD1007

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