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The Complete Songs of Francis Poulenc vol.5 (24/48 FLAC)

The Complete Songs of Francis Poulenc vol.5 (24/48 FLAC)

The Complete Songs of Francis Poulenc vol.5 (24/48 FLAC)

Composer: Francis Poulenc
Performer: Malcolm Martineau, Thomas Allen, Thomas Oliemans, Joshua Ellicott, Catherine Wyn-Rogers, Ann Murray, Sarah Fox, Lisa Friend, Julian Bliss, Simon Desbruslais, Tamsin Waley-Cohen, Badke Quartet
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Signum
Release: 2015
Size: 580 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Rapsodie négre
01. I. Prélude
02. II. Rondo
03. III. Honoloulou
04. IV. Pastorale
05. V. Finale

Le Bestiaire ou Cortege d’Orphee
06. I. Le dromadaire
07. II. Le chèvre du Thibet
08. III. La sauterelle
09. IV. Le dauphin
10 .V. L’écrevisse
11. VI. La carpe

Quatre poèmes de Max Jacob
12. I. Est-il un coin plus solitaire
13. II. C’est pour aller au bal
14. III. Poète et ténor
15. IV. Dans le buisson de mimosa

16. Vocalise

Quatre poemes de Guillaume Apollinaire
17. I. L’Anguille
18. II. Carte-postale
19. III. Avant le cinéma
20. IV. 1904

Also available:  Blackford: Niobe, Kalon, Blewbury Air (FLAC)

Banalités
21. I. Chanson d’Orkenise
22. II. Hôtel
23. III. Fagnes de Wallonie
24. IV. Voyage à Paris
25. V. Sanglots

Le Bal masqué
26. I. Préambule et Air de bravoure
27. II. Intermède
28. III. Malvina
29. IV. Bagatelle
30. V. La dame aveugle
31. VI. Finale

Composing over 150 works for piano and voice over a period of 44 years, the songs of Francis Poulenc remain consistently popular to concert audiences the world over. Varying in their individual style and character in a way that defies generalization, Poulenc set music to a wide range of different French poetry – both ancient and modern, and from the serious to the surreal. The final disc in Signum’s series of The Complete Songs of Francis Poulenc features a cast of the finest singers of our generation, accompanied by Malcolm Martineau as well as additional instrumental soloists for Poulenc’s larger-ensemble settings of his songs.

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