Les Phil’art’cellistes - De la matiere a la couleur | Saphir Productions LVC1186

Les Phil’art’cellistes - De la matiere a la couleur

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Label: Saphir Productions

Cat No: LVC1186

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Chamber

Release Date: 2nd January 2013

Contents

Works

Bernstein, Leonard

West Side Story
» America (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» One hand one heart (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» Tonight (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Debussy, Claude

Nocturnes (3)
» Fetes (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» Nuages (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Dvorak, Antonin

Slavonic Dances: Series II, op.72 B147
» no.2 in E minor (arr. Jerome Pinget)

Faure, Gabriel

Pelleas et Melisande Suite, op.80
» no.1 Prelude (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» no.2 Fileuse (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» no.3 Sicilienne (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» no.4 Mort de Melisande (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Matalon, Martin

…del matiz al color…

Wagner, Richard

Lohengrin
» Prelude (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Artists

Les Phil’art’cellistes

Works

Bernstein, Leonard

West Side Story
» America (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» One hand one heart (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» Tonight (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Debussy, Claude

Nocturnes (3)
» Fetes (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» Nuages (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Dvorak, Antonin

Slavonic Dances: Series II, op.72 B147
» no.2 in E minor (arr. Jerome Pinget)

Faure, Gabriel

Pelleas et Melisande Suite, op.80
» no.1 Prelude (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» no.2 Fileuse (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» no.3 Sicilienne (arr. Renaud Guieu)
» no.4 Mort de Melisande (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Matalon, Martin

…del matiz al color…

Wagner, Richard

Lohengrin
» Prelude (arr. Renaud Guieu)

Artists

Les Phil’art’cellistes

About

The cello players of the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, moved by an enthusiasm and complicity that is frequently admired, created a cello ensemble in 2005, Les Phil’Art’Cellistes, now composed of Jean-Claude Auclin, Pauline Bartissol, Catherine De Vençay, Marion Gailland, Renaud Guieu, Karine Jean-Baptiste, Jérémie Maillard, Clémentine Meyer, Nadine Pierre, Jérôme Pinget, Daniel Raclot et Nicolas Saint-Yves.

From the Prelude to Lohengrin to …del matiz al color… by the Argentinean composer Martin Matalon, this first disc by the Phil’Art’Cellistes (The Philarcellists) spans some 150 years of music. An invitation to travel in the special repertoire of the cello? A tribute to composers who have aimed for the universal, whilst drawing on the vigour of a national culture? Certainly, but not only. The subtitle of the album, 'from matter to colour', gives us another vital lead: the connection of music with the other arts. In fact, not one work on the programme is 'pure music'. Whether it be dance with Dvořák, theatre with Wagner, Fauré and Bernstein, or the visual arts with Debussy and Matalon, each piece opens up to a different dimension, more visual, more tactile, more significant, too, of which the cello, often compared to the human voice, becomes the special interpreter.

But this disc is, above all, the expression of a common culture: that of the orchestra and the symphonic repertoire that refers back to the very origins of the ensemble, founded in 2005, within the cello section of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France.

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