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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19046
Nośnik: 7 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2017
EAN: 747313904686
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): francuski
Instrumenty: , fortepian
Rodzaj: poemat symfoniczny, etiuda

Koechlin: Orchestral Works

SWR Music - SWR 19046
Juliane Banse, soprano
Gunter Teuffel, viola d’amore
Tatjana Ruhland, flute
Libor Sima, basson
Joachim Bänsch, cor
Renie Yamahata, harp
Mila Giorgieva, David Ma, violons
Paul Pesthy, alto
Ansgar Schneider, cello
Christine Simonin, ondes Martenot
Florian Hoelscher, piano
Bernhard Haas, organ
Michael Korstick, piano
Sarah Wegener, soprano
SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart
Radio-Sinfonieochester Stuttgart des SWR / Heinz Holliger
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Choc de Classica Diapason d'Or
Utwory na płycie:
CD 1:
Charles Koechlin:
Quatre Poemes d’Edmond Haraucourt, op. 7*
Deux Poemes symphoniques, op. 43*
Poemes d’Automne, op. 13*
Deux Poemes d’André Chénier, op. 23*
Gabriel Fauré:
Chanson de Mélisande (1898)

CD 2:
Trois Mélodies, op. 17*
Études antiques, op. 46*
Six Mélodies sur des poésies d’Albert Samain, op. 31*
Chant funebre a la mémoire des jeunes femmes défuntes, op. 37*

CD 3:
La Course de printemps, op. 95
Le Buisson ardent, op. 203 et 171

CD 4:
La Méditation de Purun Bhagat, op. 159
Les Heures persanes, op. 65 (Version orchestrale)
CD 5:
Les Bandar-log, op. 176
Offrande musicale sur le nom de Bach, op. 187*

CD 6:
Claude Debussy:
Charles Koechlin:
Sur les flots lointains, op. 130
Gabriel Fauré:
Pelléas et Mélisande, op. 80*
Franz Schubert:
Wandererfantasie, D 760 (1822)*
Emmanuel Chabrier:
Bourrée fantasque (1891)*

CD 7:
Vers la voute étoilée, op. 129*
Le Docteur Fabricius, op. 202*

* - World premiere recording
The 150th anniversary of Charles Koechlin’s birth in November 2017 is marked by the reissue of all the Koechlin recordings made by the Südwestrundfunk. They are compiled in two boxed sets of seven CDs each: Box 1 – vocal and orchestral music; Box 2 – piano and chamber music. This comprehensive Koechlin project began in 2001 as a collaboration between the Radio Symphony Orchestra of SWR Stuttgart, conductor Heinz Holliger, and Otfrid Nies of the Charles Koechlin Archive in Kassel. This release of Koechlin's orchestral works includes many world premiere recordings and gives a comprehensive overview of Koechlin’s output – from the early orchestral songs to his orchestrations of works by other composers, and to his huge later works. Charles Koechlin's compositional style was very subtle, full of delicate, colourful combinations of instrumental sounds. Many of his colleagues allowed him to orchestrate their works, simply because Koechlin was a master of the art. Koechlin’s compositions were also designed for the imagination, often built around extra-musical elements – tales, movies, novels – which of course was the perfect milieu for his telling melodies and instrumental sonorities, producing moments that are magical, reflective and highly expressive. The 7 CDs contain the recordings made by the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Heinz Holliger, between 2000 and 2012. Also included is La Méditation de Purun Bhagat which was never included in previous albums. The comprehensive booklet contains an introduction to Charles Koechlin’s life and music, plus detailed information about individual works, prepared by two respected specialists in this music – Otfrid Nies and Robert Orledge. Also included are photographs by Charles Koechlin himself. Together with the 7-CD Chamber Music boxed set, this represents a unique compendium of the music of this brilliant French composer.

Recording: Liederhalle Stuttgart, Stadthalle Sindelfingen, CD 1 & CD 2: 19.–23.01.2004, 14.–17.06.2004; CD 3: 23.–25.02.2000 (Tr. 1), 19.–23.02.2001; CD 4: 11.–13.09.2007 (Tr. 1), 19.– 23.01.2004 (2–17); CD 5: 11.–13.09.2007 (Tr. 1), 31.08.2008 (2-19)

Zobacz także:

  • H 93157
  • CHAN 9974
  • ARS 38541
  • CRC 3499
  • GEN 19635
  • MP 1803
  • NFPMA 99131
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