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Saint-Saëns: Introduction & Rondo capriccioso, Concerto No. 3 - Chausson: Poème - Ysaÿe: Poème élégiaque

Saint-Saëns: Introduction & Rondo capriccioso, Concerto No. 3 - Chausson: Poème - Ysaÿe: Poème élégiaque

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release date: August 2014


Artists:

Tedi Papavrami

Performer

Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie Bruxelles

Performer

François-Xavier Roth

Performer

Record Label
Aeon

Genre:

1920s




Total Time - 67:11
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Saint-Saëns: Introduction & Rondo capriccioso, Concerto No. 3 - Chausson: Poème - Ysaÿe: Poème élégiaque

     
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CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS

1 

Introduction & Rondo capriccioso in A Minor, Op. 28

8:45
     
 

ERNEST CHAUSSON

2 

Poème for Violin and Orchestra in E-Flat Major, Op. 25

15:25
     
 

EUGÈNE YSAŸE

3 

Poème élégiaque for Violin and Orchestra in D Minor, Op. 12

14:13
     
 

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS

 

Concerto No. 3 for Violin and Orchestra in B Minor, Op. 61

 
4 Allegro non troppo 9:17
5 Andantino quasi allegretto 7:57
6 Molto moderato e maestoso 11:34
     
 Tedi Papavrami Performer
 Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège Wallonie Bruxelles Performer
 François-Xavier Roth Performer


François-Xavier Roth records here his first album with the Liège Philharmonic Orchestra of which he is now musical director. He recently stood in for an ailing Andre Previn with the LSO during the volcano crisis.

Chausson’s Poème has always had an extremely powerful emotional effect on me”, says Tedi Papavrami.

There is a painful sincerity in Chausson, which distinguishes him from other French composers of the period – with whom he shares the harmonic refinement. I am always amazed at his way of assimilating the Wagnerian heritage whilst composing music that is unquestionably French. It is a wrenching, contrasted work, going from the ethereal to bitterness by way of breathless rage. It was after having heard Poème élégiaque d’Ysäye that Chausson composed his Poème! Listening to it, the influence is obvious – the same colours, same key, same Franckist seriousness, and this orchestral version – the Liège Philharmonic must be one of the rare orchestras to have the parts (Ysaÿe was born in Liège) – seemed ideal to me for completing the second pole of the programme as a counterweight to Saint-Saëns.

 
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