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DEBUSSY, C.: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 (Markl) - Nocturnes / Clair de lune / Pelleas et Melisande-symphonie

    

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DEBUSSY, C.: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 (Markl) - Nocturnes / Clair de lune / Pelleas et Melisande-symphonie

Debussy’s orchestral works are much loved for their exquisite orchestrations, poetically nuanced harmonies and almost magical evocations of time and place. He achieved his first significant success in 1900 with Nocturnes , which portrays in three movements clouds reflected in the sea, holiday festivals in the Bois de Boulogne and the fatally seductive song of the Sirens. The Pelléas et Mélisande Symphony was derived by Marius Constant from the orchestral episodes of Debussy’s famous opera, while the Trois Études are heard in a revealing orchestration of the piano originals by the contemporary Swiss composer, Michael Jarrell.


Debussy, Claude
Constant, Marius, arranger(s)

  Pelleas et Melisande-symphonie (Pelleas and Melisande Symphony) (arr. M. Constant)
1.   Pelleas et Melisande - symphonie (Pelleas and Melisande Symphony) (arr. M. Constant) 00:25:05

Debussy, Claude
Caplet, Andre / Cloez, Gustave, arranger(s)

  Suite bergamasque: III. Clair de lune (arr. A. Caplet)
2.   Suite bergamasque: III. Clair de lune (arr. A. Caplet) 00:04:34

Debussy, Claude

  Nocturnes
3.   No. 1. Nuages 00:07:22
4.   No. 2. Fetes 00:06:37
5.   No. 3. Sirenes 00:11:13
  Berceuse heroique (version for orchestra)
6.   Berceuse heroique (version for orchestra) 00:04:55

Debussy, Claude
Jarrell, Michael, arranger(s)

  12 Etudes (excerpts) (arr. M. Jarrell)
7.   No. 9. Pour les notes repetees 00:03:09
8.   No. 10. Pour les sonorites opposees 00:05:24
9.   No. 12. Pour les accords 00:04:50

Total Playing Time: 01:13:09






Composer(s):
Debussy, Claude

Arranger(s):
Caplet, Andre; Cloez, Gustave; Constant, Marius; Jarrell, Michael

Conductor(s):
Markl, Jun

Orchestra(s):
Lyon National Orchestra

Choir(s):
Leipzig MDR Radio Choir

Label: Naxos

Genre: Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.570993

Barcode: 0747313099375

Physical Release: 11/2008

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