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SIG 323

The Complete Songs of Poulenc, Vol 4

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2013

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

William Dazeley


Sarah Fox


Thomas Oliemans


William Dazeley

- (baritone)

Thomas Oliemans

- (baritone)

Ann Murray

- (mezzo-soprano)

Malcolm Martineau

- (piano)

Sarah Fox

- (soprano)

Magdalena Molendowska

- (soprano)

John Mark Ainsley

- (tenor)

Venue:

All Saints Church, East Finchley, London

1-3 June 2011

St Michael & All Angels, Summertown, Oxford

14-20 Feb & 6-10 Sept 2010

All Saints Church, East Finchley, London

5-6 June 2012

Producer:

John West


Andrew Mellor



Engineer:

Andrew Mellor



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Vocal & Song




Total Time - 69:22
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FRANCIS POULENC

 

Le bestiaire

 
1 Le dromadaire 1:27
2 Le chèvre du Thibet 0:42
3 La sauterelle 0:29
4 Le dauphin 0:28
5 L'écrevisse 0:47
6 La carpe 1:41
 Thomas Oliemans - (baritone)
7 

Le serpent

0:31
8 

La colombe

0:52
9 

La puce

0:56
 Thomas Oliemans
 

Poèmes de Ronsard

 
10 Attributs 1:22
11 Le tombeau 2:47
12 Ballet 2:12
13 Je n'ai plus que les os 3:26
14 A son page 1:36
 William Dazeley - (baritone)
 

Cinq poèmes de Max Jacob

 
15 Chanson Bretonne 0:45
16 Cimétière 2:30
17 La petite servante 2:07
18 Berceuse 1:19
19 Souric et Mouric 1:51
 Sarah Fox - (soprano)
 

Osiem piesni polskich (Huit chansons polonaises)

 
20 Wianek (La couronne) 2:03
21 Odjazd (Le départ) 1:03
22 Polska mlodziez (Les gars polonais) 0:57
23 Ostatni mazur (Le dernier mazour) 1:59
24 Pozegnanie (L'adieu) 1:37
25 Biala choragiewka (Le drapeau blanc) 0:44
26 Wisla (La vistule) 1:46
27 Jezioro (Le lac) 2:15
 Magdalena Molendowska - (soprano)
 

Cinq poèmes de Paul Eluard

 
28 Peut-il se reposer celui qui dort 2:06
29 Il la prend dans ses bras 0:54
30 Plume d'eau claire 0:41
31 Rôdeuse au front de verre 1:53
32 Amoureuses 1:15
 John Mark Ainsley - (tenor)
 

Chansons villageoises

 
33 Chanson du clair tamis 0:55
34 Les gars qui vont à la fete 1:31
35 C'est le joli printemps 2:43
36 Le mendiant 3:38
37 Chanson de la fille frivole 0:51
38 Le retour du sergent 1:54
 Thomas Oliemans
39 

Une chanson de porcelaine

1:31
 William Dazeley
40 

Fancy

1:55
 Ann Murray - (mezzo-soprano)
41 

La dame de Monte Carlo

7:23
 Sarah Fox
   


Composing over 150 works for piano and voice over a period of 44 years, the songs of Francis Poulenc remain consistently popular to concert audiences the world over. Varying in their individual style and character in a way that defies generalization, Poulenc set music to a wide range of different French poetry – both ancient and modern, and from the serious to the surreal. This is the fourth release in our series that will build to encompass the complete songs of Francis Poulenc – performed by some of the greatest singers of the day and accompanied by the exceptional Malcolm Martineau. 

"... Anybody who is already collecting this series will not need any recommendation from me, but his is a really interesting release, including, as it does a number of rarely heard works, all of them in stylish and persuasive performances. The sound is good throughout. This is surely an essential purchase for serious Poulenc collectors."

Nigel Simeone - International Record Review - January 2014




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