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Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72757
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: listopad 2017
EAN: 608917275728
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): francuski
Rodzaj: poemat symfoniczny, suita

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Debussy / Ravel: La Mer / Ma Mere l'Oye

Challenge Classics - CC 72757
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Het Gelders Orkest / Antonello Manacorda
Claude Debussy:
La Mer, Trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre

Maurice Ravel:
Ma Mere l’Oye
The bulk of La mer was composed during a visit to Burgundy – a long way from the nearest sea – although the work was completed in the English seaside town of Eastbourne. The composer himself argued that his inspiration was drawn from a range of ocean view paintings and from literature in which the sea played a major part. Debussy described the work as 'Three symphonic sketches for orchestra' (Trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre), thus avoiding the term 'symphony', which would have imposed a specific musical structure, as well as the expression 'symphonic poem', which would imply that the music was descriptive in nature. 'Sketches' was a wise choice, precisely because it neatly conveys that the music is meant to do no more than provide an impression.

Whereas Debussy occupied himself spontaneously and intuitively with looking for new sounds, Ravel placed much more emphasis on the effect that the sounds could have in the context of a musical story.

One of these dazzling impressionist tales was the suite Mother Goose (Ma mere l’Oye). Between 1908 and 1910, he wrote a simple suite of piano pieces for four hands for the children of some friends, inspired by a few fairy tales that he took in part from the Tales of Mother Goose by Charles Perrault. Albeit the music was not technically difficult, the subtlety of the sound and melodies imbued the work with extreme refinement. This became clearly evident when he subsequently arranged to work for orchestra, refining the music even further with the larger orchestral sound palette. Ravel used this orchestral version in 1912 for a ballet.

Recorded at Muzenzaal Musis (Ravel) & Parkzaal Musis (Debussy), Arnhem (the Netherlands); 27 & 29 August 2013 (Ravel), 27-29 June 2017 (Debussy)

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