Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, Germaine Tailleferre, Georges Auric, Louis Durey, Arthur Honegger, Philippe Corre, Edouard Exerjean - Le Groupe Des Six album download
|1.||Le Boeuf Sur Le Toit (4 mains)||15:47|
|Scaramouche (2 pianos)|
|5.||L'Embarquement pour Cythere||2:03|
|Premieres Prousses (4 mains)|
|7.||Pas Trop Vite||0:24|
|10.||Allegro non troppo||0:41|
|11.||A poco lento - Con moto||1:04|
|Suite Burlesque (4 mains)|
|Deux valses (2 piano)|
|25.||Neige (4 mains)||6:08|
|28.||Canon sur basse obstinee||1:31|
Enregistrement numerique - 19/21 Juin 1985
Digital Recording - June 19/21 1985
Couverture: Jean-Pierre Stagnetto
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3 297167 860913
- Matrix / Runout: PV 786091 @ 1
- Rights Society: SACEM
- SPARS Code: DDD
Artwork – Louis Kahan. Australian WRC 2nd pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Not issued in stereo. New cover for the "Music Of the 20th Century" Series. 6042" on WRC sleeve, "6042" on Record Society labels. Issued again in March 1967 - unlikely to be any pressing differences. World Record Club: 299 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 177 Elizabeth Street, Sydney Newspaper House, 93 Queen Street, Brisbane 60 Pulteney Street, Adelaide Barnett's Buildings, Council Avenue, Perth. Outras versões (5 de 6) Ver tudo.
Le Groupe des six, 1922, painting by Jacques-Émile Blanche. In this painting of eight people, only five of Les Six are represented; Louis Durey was not present. In the center: pianist Marcelle Meyer. On the left, from bottom to top: Germaine Tailleferre, Darius Milhaud, Arthur Honegger, Jean Wiener "Les Six" (pronounced ) is a name given to a group of six French composers who worked in Montparnasse.
Germaine Tailleferre. 3. Prelude, Fugue, Postlude. 4. Secheresses (Poems Of Edward James). 6. Le Village Abandonne. 8. Le Squelette De La Mer. Francis Poulenc. 9. Le Printemps Au Fond De La Mer (Poem Of Cocteau). 10. Phedre, Symphonic Suite. 11. Symphony No. 2. Darius Milhaud.
Darius Milhaud Composer. Edouard Exerjean (pf). Germaine Tailleferre Composer. Of the nine musical numbers, Honegger and Milhaud wrote one, Poulenc and Tailleferre two, and Auric three, but the booklet (though not the jewel-case) attributes two of the latter's to Milhaud. It is idle to claim that this music has much intrinsic interest. Poulenc rarely disappoints, but his ''Discours du general'' (No. 4) is an empty little thing lasting less than a minute and followed by twice that much speech, while in No. 5, again by him, two minutes of music leads to five of vociferation.
Piano Sheet Music Contemporary - 20-21TH Century Georges Auric. Format : Sheet music Langue : Français. Composer/Artist : Georges Auric Instrumentation : Piano solo. Content : Prélude (Auric) Romance sans paroles (Durey) Sarabande (Honegger) Mazurka (Milhaud) Valse (Poulenc) Pastorale (Tailleferre)
This 74 minute anthology also includes music composed by Satie and Les Six for spectacles staged by Cocteau between 1917 and 1920, as well as Arthur Honegger's futuristic Pacific 231, and music by Georges Auric for five Cocteau films made between 1930 and 1959. All material on this definitive collection has been digitally re-mastered.
Georges Auric, Louis Durey, Arthur Honegger, Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, et Germaine Tailleferre. Susan Graham and Malcolm Martineau perform French melodies. Verbier Festival 2009. Denise Duval (soprano), Gabriel Bacquier (baritone), Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute), Jacques Février (piano), Georges Prêtre (conductor). Salle Gaveau (Paris, France). Régine Crespin sings Lieder and French melodies. Orchestre Philharmonique de l'ORTF - Janine Reiss (piano) - Christian Ivaldi (piano).
Sonatine pour violon & piano: Moderato - Germaine Tailleferre, 2:480:30. Sonatine pour violon & piano: Andantino - Germaine Tailleferre, 2:050:30. Sonatine pour violon & piano: Allegro, gaiement - Germaine Tailleferre, 2:040:30. Sonatine pour clarinette en la & piano: Lent et soutenu - Arthur Honegger, 2:230:30. Sonatine pour clarinette en la & piano: Vif et rythmique - Arthur Honegger, 1:240:30. 7. Sonatine pour flûte & piano: Nonchalant - Louis Durey, Philippe Bernold, 3:310:30. Suite Pour Piano Seul - Le Printemps: Doucement 2 - Darius Milhaud, 1:420:30. 14. Suite Pour Piano Seul - Le Printemps: Vivement - Darius Milhaud, 1:350:30. Imaginées: 4 - Pour piano - Georges Auric, Philippe Bernold, 3:330:30. 20. L'Invitation au château, Musique de scène pour la pièce de Jean Anouilh, Acte I, Treès animé - Francis Poulenc, 0:140:14.
Georges Auric Arthur Honegger Darius Milhaud Francis Poulenc Germaine Tailleferre. MilhaudMilhaud, DariusDarius Milhauld. She studied piano with her mother at home, composing short works of her own, after which she began studying at the Paris Conservatory where she met Louis Durey, Francis Poulenc, Darius Milhaud, Georges Auric, and Arthur Honegger. Among them were Auric, Durey, Honegger, Darius Milhaud and Germaine Tailleferre who, with Poulenc, became known collectively as "Les Six". Les biches Gloria (Poulenc) Concert champêtre Organ Concerto (Poulenc) Denise Duval. Conservatoire de Paris. Paris ConservatoireParis toire. Germaine Tailleferre Robert Orledge L'Album des Six Les mariés de la tour Eiffel Georges Hirsch.
Durey communicated with his colleague, Darius Milhaud, and asked him to contribute a piano piece that would bring together the six composers who, in 1920 were dubbed Les Six. This joint project was L'Album des Six. Despite the acclaim they received, Durey did not participate in the group's 1921 collaborative work Les mariés de la tour Eiffel, a decision which was a source of great irritation to Jean Cocteau. After the Les Six period, Durey continued with his career. Never feeling the need to belong to the musical establishment, he voiced his growing left-wing ideals that put him in an artistic isolation that lasted for the rest of his life. Following the break with Cocteau, Durey withdrew to his home in Saint-Tropez, Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, in the south of France.