This volume includes nine pieces by composers such as Jules Massenet, Deodat de Severac, Ernest Chausson, Charles Gounod, Guillaume Lekeu, Camille Saint-Saens, and Lili Boulanger. With an introduction. For intermediate students.
Ravel: Trio In A Minor -- Chausson: Trio In G Minor, Op. 3.
With violinist Mie Kobayashi, cellist Yoko Hasegawa and pianist Pascal Roge. Includes Ravel's Piano Trio, and Chausson's Piano Trio op. 3.
The Schubert Ensemble performs music by two great French composers.
Chausson composed Le Roi Arthus towards the end of his life, and it was not premiered until four years after his death. This book discusses how Chausson's opera explored ways to approach opera following the death of Wagner. With a preface by Jean-Jacuqes Nattiez, introduction, bibliography, and…
Reflection of the epoch's literature, painting, and music in Chausson's melodies. Study of the 4 periods in his life, through melodies. Analysis of the structure, language characteristics, and influences of contemp. composers. Appendices w/ chronological listings of melodies, collections. Bibl.
Classic recordings feature Thibaud and pianist Alfred Cortot. A fresh transfer of the original mono recordings.
A program of songs by three French composers. With pianist Susan Manoff.
Every song by the 4 composers is discussed, with English translations of the words by the author (often the first English version published to date). Performance advice for singers & accompanists. Mistakes in current editions are pointed out. Bibliography, index of first lines.
Contents: Violin Sonata / Franck -- Concert / Chausson. With pianist Christian Chamorel and the Spektral Quartet Chicago.
Suk: About Mother, Op. 28 -- Chausson: Four Dances, Op. 26 -- Reger: From My Diary, Op. 82, Vol. 3.
Two 19th century French works for piano and strings. Pianist Jan Michaels performs with the Spiegel String Quartet.
Dedicated to Annie Chausson.
Songs By Chausson, Debussy, Duparc, Faure, Ravel
A disc of chamber music by Chausson. With the Meadowmount Trio and the Wihan String Quartet.
Contents: Brahms: Waltz; Chausson: Interlude; Corelli: Adagio; Glière: Romance; Mussorgsky: Hopak; Tartini: Larghetto.
Works by Bassani, Quarles, Boely, Chausson, Vierne, Torres, Jongen and Karg-Elert. Editorial notes and registrations.
Stoica plays music by Paganini, Bach, Piazzolla, Chausson, Grappelli, and others. With Andreea Stoica, piano.