This work, composed in 1882, was Chausson's first real work for orchestra. Viviane is the Lady of the Lake from the King Arthur saga. This edition presents an 1894 publication by Le Bailly-Bornemann of the revised version. With an introduction.
2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1, timp, hp, str, solo violin.
A chamber version by Franck Villard of Chausson's orchestral work. This disc also includes: Quatuor, Op. 35; and Chanson perpetuelle, Op. 37. With Salome Haller, soprano; Nicolas Kruger, piano; and Quatuor Manfred.
…Conductor: Yakov Kreizberg. Orchestra/Ensemble: Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra. -- Fantasy for violin & orchestra, Op 24 / Josef Suk (24:52) -- Poème, for violin & orchestra, Op. 25 / Ernest Chausson (16:08) -- The Lark Ascending, romance for violin & orchestra / Ralph Vaughan Williams (14:27).
2, 2, 2, 2 - 2, 2, 3, 0, timp, hp, str, solo voice.
This short piece can be played on either violin or cello. The violin version was transcribed by S. Chapelier; the cello version by F. Ronchini. Reprint edition.
Piano reduction by Johannes Umbreit. Fingering and bowing by Kurt Guntner. Chausson's only instrumental concerto was composed in 1896, and was inspired by Ivan Turgenev's novel, The Song of Love Triumphant. With a preface.
Also: Nuits d'ete / Berlioz -- Songs / Duparc. With the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.
With Bruno Monteiro, violin; Joao Paulo Sanots, piano; and the Quarteto Lopes-Graca.
French text by Maurice Bouchor.