Jacques Ibert - Le Roi d’Yvetot album download
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- Conductor – Manuel Rosenthal
- Lyrics By – André de la Tourrasse, Jean Limozin
- Music By – Jacques Ibert
- Orchestra – Orchestre National De L'ORTF
- Performer [Catherine] – Denise Scharley
- Performer [Jeanneton] – Jacqueline Brumaire
- Performer [Le Cabaretier gras] – Louis Rialland
- Performer [Le Cabaretier maigre] – Robert Massard
- Performer [Le Roi] – Louis Musy
NotesFirst performed at the Opera Comique, 6 January 1930.
This recording was made live at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Paris on 2 October 1958.
Gatefold sleeve with notes & synopses in French, English & German. No libretto.
Jacques Ibert – Le Roi d’Yvetot. Label: Bourg Records – BG 3011-12. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Mono, Gatefold. Music By – Jacques Ibert. Orchestra – Orchestre National De L'ORTF. Performer – Denise Scharley. Performer – Jacqueline Brumaire. Performer – Louis Rialland. Performer – Robert Massard. Performer – Louis Musy. First performed at the Opera Comique, 6 January 1930.
Jacques François Antoine Marie Ibert (15 August 1890 – 5 February 1962) was a French classical composer.
Author of Histoires, Le roi d'Yvetot, Féerique (1925), Trois pièces pour grand orgue. Hommage à Mozart, Française, Toccata sur le nom d'Albert Roussel, pour piano, Scherzetto, pour piano. Trois pièces pour grand orgue. Toccata sur le nom d'Albert Roussel, pour piano. Scherzetto, pour piano
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Jacques is the fifth studio album by the British singer/songwriter Marc Almond. It was released in December 1989. The album is a tribute to the Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel and was instigated by Almond's collaboration with Paul Buck, who adapted Brel's original non-English lyrics specifically for Almond. The songs for the album were recorded at Milo Studios, London, over four years.
Jacques Ibert (15 August 1890 – 5 February 1962) studied music at the Paris Conservatoire from 1910 to 1914. With his antidogmatic personality Ibert was open to various forms of modernity, and tackled all styles with equal success, producing such major works as his Flute Concerto, the comic opera Angélique, a String Quartet, Symphonie concertante, and the choreographic epic Le Chevalier Errant. Also noteworthy are Histoires and Petite Suite for piano, operas including Le roi d'Yvetot and Angelique which you mention, and a number of film scores. His style was characteristically witty and elegant French modern neoclassical, very much in the manner of Milhaud and Poulenc.
Jacques François Antoine Ibert (August 15, 1890 – February 5, 1962) studied under Paul Vidal at the Paris Conservatoire and won the Prix de Rome in 1919 for his cantata Le poète et la fée. From 1937 he was director of the French Academy in Rome, and from 1955 to 1957 directed Paris's Opéra-Comique. Ibert's music is considered to be typically quite "light" in character, often witty, colourfully orchestrated with attractive melodies.