La Belle Excentrique | Deutsche Grammophon 4792465

La Belle Excentrique

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Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Cat No: 4792465

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 29th September 2014

Contents

Works

Cockenpot, Francine

Colchiques dans les pres

Faure, Gabriel

Melodies de Venise (5), op.58
» II En sourdine
Songs (3), op.23
» no.1 Les berceaux
Songs (4), op.51
» no.3 Spleen

Ferre, Leo

Jolie mome
On s'aimera

Hahn, Reynaldo

A Chloris
Etudes Latines
» no.8 Pholoe

Poulenc, Francis

Banalites, FP107
» no.1 Chanson d'Orkenise
» no.2 Hotel
» no.4 Voyage a Paris
Chansons (4) pour enfants, FP75
» I La tragique histoire du petit Rene
Chansons villageoises (6), FP117
» no.2 Les gars qui vont a la fete
La courte paille, FP178
» no.4 Ba, be, bi, bo, bu
Poemes (3) de Louise Lalanne, FP57
» no.3 Hier
Poemes (3) de Louise de Vilmorin, FP91
» no.3 Aux officiers de la garde blanche

Rosenthal, Manuel

Chansons du Monsieur Bleu
» no.2 L'Elephant du Jardin des Plantes
» no.3 Fido, fido
» no.10 Le vieux chameau du Zoo
Poemes (3) de Marie Roustan
» no.1 Reverie
» no.2 Pecheur de lune

Satie, Erik

Allons-y, chochotte!
Je te veux
La Belle Excentrique
» Can-can grand-mondain (version for piano 4 hands)
» Grand ritournelle (version for piano 4 hands)
Melodies (3) (1916)
» no.1 La statue de bronze
Pieces (6) de la periode 1906-13
» no.1 Desespoir agreable
Sports et Divertissements
» Le picnic
» Les courses

Artists

Patricia Petibon (soprano)
Nemanja Radulovic
(violin)
Olivier Py
Susan Manoff (piano)

Works

Cockenpot, Francine

Colchiques dans les pres

Faure, Gabriel

Melodies de Venise (5), op.58
» II En sourdine
Songs (3), op.23
» no.1 Les berceaux
Songs (4), op.51
» no.3 Spleen

Ferre, Leo

Jolie mome
On s'aimera

Hahn, Reynaldo

A Chloris
Etudes Latines
» no.8 Pholoe

Poulenc, Francis

Banalites, FP107
» no.1 Chanson d'Orkenise
» no.2 Hotel
» no.4 Voyage a Paris
Chansons (4) pour enfants, FP75
» I La tragique histoire du petit Rene
Chansons villageoises (6), FP117
» no.2 Les gars qui vont a la fete
La courte paille, FP178
» no.4 Ba, be, bi, bo, bu
Poemes (3) de Louise Lalanne, FP57
» no.3 Hier
Poemes (3) de Louise de Vilmorin, FP91
» no.3 Aux officiers de la garde blanche

Rosenthal, Manuel

Chansons du Monsieur Bleu
» no.2 L'Elephant du Jardin des Plantes
» no.3 Fido, fido
» no.10 Le vieux chameau du Zoo
Poemes (3) de Marie Roustan
» no.1 Reverie
» no.2 Pecheur de lune

Satie, Erik

Allons-y, chochotte!
Je te veux
La Belle Excentrique
» Can-can grand-mondain (version for piano 4 hands)
» Grand ritournelle (version for piano 4 hands)
Melodies (3) (1916)
» no.1 La statue de bronze
Pieces (6) de la periode 1906-13
» no.1 Desespoir agreable
Sports et Divertissements
» Le picnic
» Les courses

Artists

Patricia Petibon (soprano)
Nemanja Radulovic
(violin)
Olivier Py
Susan Manoff (piano)

About

With this new CD, soprano Patricia Petibon makes a welcome return to French repertoire on disc, exploring the fascinating world of French art song in this extraordinary new album.

The CD features all-time favourites by Satie, Fauré, Poulenc, Reynaldo Hahn and Manuel Rosenthal, but also popular hits by Léo Ferré.

This selection takes the listener on an exciting journey of discovery: from the decadence of the cabarets of turn-of-the-century Paris to the melancholy of the 60s, from the eccentricity of the fin-de-siècle to modern-day spleen.

This original program is a collection of often humorous and eccentric songs with a deeper subtext.

Petibon is joined on this occasion by her accompanist and partner of many years, the superb pianist Susan Manoff, and a number of high-profile guests stemming from diverse musical backgrounds and influences, including star violinist Nemanja Radulovic and actor Olivier Py.

This is a wonderful new release from one of DG’s key vocalists. Featuring music of exceptional variety and contrast, it showcases Petibon’s versatility and multi-faceted artistry in an intimate setting as never before, while paying homage to the great tradition of French mélodie and chanson.

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