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DEBUSSY / KOECHLIN / RAVEL / ROPARTZ / ROUSSEL: French Chamber Music

DEBUSSY / KOECHLIN / RAVEL / ROPARTZ / ROUSSEL: French Chamber Music

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2012


Artists:

Montreal Chamber Players

Ensemble

Montreal Chamber Players



Record Label
Atma Classiqe

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 77:28
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DEBUSSY / KOECHLIN / RAVEL / ROPARTZ / ROUSSEL: French Chamber Music

     
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ALBERT ROUSSEL

 

Serenade, Op. 30

 
1 I. Allegro 4:10
     
2 II. Andante 7:37
     
3 III. Presto 4:30
     
 

JOSEPH-GUY ROPARTZ

 

Prelude, Marine and Chansons

 
4 I. Prelude: Ben moderato 6:03
     
5 II. Marine: Adagietto 3:09
     
6 III. Chansons: Allegro giocoso 5:19
     
 

CLAUDE DEBUSSY

 

Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp

 
7 I. Pastorale: Lento, dolce rubato - Vif et joyeux 7:04
     
8 II. Menuet: Tempo di Minuetto 5:55
     
9 III. Final: Allegro moderato ma risoluto 4:56
     
 

MAURICE RAVEL

10 

Introduction et Allegro

11:23
     
 

CHARLES KOECHLIN

 

Quintet No. 2 for Flute, Harp and String Trio, Op. 223, "Primavera II"

 
11 I. Allegro non troppo 4:45
     
12 II. Intermezzo - Scherzando: Allegretto 5:11
     
13 III. Soleil au matin: Andante con moto 3:55
     
14 IV. Final: Allegro con moto 3:31
     
 Montreal Chamber Players Ensemble


The Montreal Chamber Players, all members of the Orchestre symphonique de Montreal who are also avid chamber-music players join Jennifer Swartz, principal harp with the OSM and a prolific soloist, for this recording of French works from the post-Romantic and Impressionistic periods.

They play works written by Ravel in his youth, and by Debussy at the peak of his career. They also play masterpieces by three less known but equally indispensable composers: an ode to the sea beside which he grew up by Ropartz, strongly influenced by the Breton folk tradition; one of the very last works that Koechlin completed, amply demonstrating his unerring instinct as an orchestrator; and Roussel’s Sérénade, a musical snapshot of Paris in the Roaring Twenties, full of vivid impressions and effervescent poetry.
 

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