The author uses recently published documents that shed new light on the man and the composer. Richly illustrated. Classified list of works, bibliography, discography, index.
The Stockholm Poulenc Ensemble performs several works, including: Litanies a la Vierge noire; Mass in G major; Melancolie for piano; Ave Verum Corpus; Sonata for clarinet and piano; and the cantata Secheresses.
Contents: Trio for piano, oboe and bassoon (1996) / Andre Previn -- Trio pour hautbois, basson et piano / Jean Francaix -- Trio, Op. 43 / Francis Poulenc. Performed by Ensemble Blumina. SACD.
Music by four French composers, as played by Gruppo di Tempera.
Classic recordings feature baritone Bernac with Poulenc at the piano. Includes music by Poulenc, Ravel, Chabrier, Debussy and Satie.
The final disc in Signum's series of the songs of Poulenc. Pianist Malcolm Martineau accompanies a variety of singers.
This book examines the influence of popular music styles on the works of Poulenc, including music hall, folk music, jazz, and more. With an introduction, sources, bibliography, and index. Tables.
This book presents the texts for 70 songs for voice and piano composed by Poulenc. The songs are categorized by authors, including Apollinaire, Cocteau, Shakespeare, Racine, and others. Each song includes line-by-line IPA transcriptions and word-for-word translations. The nature of French diction is…
Contents: Cocardes -- Metamorphoses -- Chansons gaillardes -- A sa guitare -- Epitaphe sur un texte de Malherbe -- Trois Poemes de Louise de Vilmorin -- Bleuet -- Dernier poeme -- Rosemonde -- Fiancailles -- Parisiana -- La Courte Paille. Featuring Lisa Milne, Lorna Anderson, Robert Murray, Felicity…
Featuring Lisa Milne, Lorna Anderson, Robert Murray, Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, and Jonathan Lemalu. With Malcolm Martineau, piano.
This disc features vocalists Lisa Milne, Lorna Anderson, Robert Murray, Jonathan Lemalu, Thomas Oliemans, John Mark Ainsley, Sarah Fox, and Ann Murray. With Malcolm Martineau, piano.
With John Mark Ainsley, William Dazeley, Sarah Fox, Magdalena Molendowska, Ann Murray, Thomas Oliemans, and pianist Malcolm Martineau.
Includes unpublished works and adds a few hitherto unknown works to the list. Full descriptions with all the customary data; no musical incipits. 4 facsimil plates, bibliography, 4 indexes.
Pianist Margarita Höhenrieder performs with Kammerharmonie der Sächsischen Staatskapelle Dresden.
Two works for narrator and piano by Debussy and Poulenc. With Sergei Kvitko, piano; and Ken Beachler, narrator.
Beginning in 1935, baritone Barnac began a long association with Poulenc which greatly influenced Poulenc's output of songs. Here, Bernac discusses his personal understanding of Poulenc's songs, a vital record for those interested in the music. Foreword by Lennox Berkeley and indices.
The piano music of Poulenc is explored from a wide variety of perspectives. The author discusses influences of earlier composers as well as folk music; style; Poulenc's relationship with poetry and symbolism; psychology; and more. With a preface, chronology and bibliography.
In three movements. With program and biographical notes. Dedicated to Claude Delangle. Delangle requested a work in the style of Poulenc. Of advanced difficulty.
Contents: Concerto for Two Pianos / Martinu -- Concerto for Two Pianos / Poulenc -- Concertino / Shostakovich -- Sonata / Stravinsky. Sisters Sanja and Lidija Bizjak perform with the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker.
This book presents the complete song texts of Poulenc, with both IPA and word-for-word English translations. The book is organized by text author. With a foreword, preface, introduction, appendices, bibliography, and index. Three illustrations.