Frederic Lodeon: Le Flamboyant - Complete Erato & EMI Recordings | Erato 9029654625

Frederic Lodeon: Le Flamboyant - Complete Erato & EMI Recordings

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Label: Erato

Cat No: 9029654625

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 21

Release Date: 21st January 2022

Contents

Works

Auric, Georges

Imaginees 2

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Triple Concerto in C major for piano, violin and cello, op.56

Boccherini, Luigi

Cello Concerto no.6 in D major, G479
Cello Concerto no.7 in G major, G480
Cello Concerto no.9 in B flat major, G482
Cello Concerto no.10 in D major, G483

Brahms, Johannes

Clarinet Trio in A minor, op.114

Caplet, Andre

Epiphanie (d'apres une legende ethiopienne), op.22

Chopin, Frederic

Cello Sonata in G minor, op.65
Grand Duo Concertant on a theme from Meyerbeer's 'Robert le Diable', B70
Introduction and Polonaise brillante, op.3

d'Indy, Vincent

Concerto for flute, cello, piano and strings

Duport, Jean-Louis

Cello Concerto no.2 in G major
Cello Concerto no.5 in D major
Duo no.2 in D major (arr. Frederic Robert)
Duo no.3 in G major (arr. Frederic Robert)

Faure, Gabriel

Cello Sonata no.1 in D minor, op.109
Cello Sonata no.2 in G minor, op.117
Elegie in C minor, op.24 (cello and orchestra)
Elegie in C minor, op.24 (cello and piano)
Papillon, op.77
Piano Quartet no.1 in C minor, op.15
Piano Trio in D minor, op.120
Romance in A major, op.69
Serenade, op.98
Sicilienne, op.78

Haydn, Franz Joseph

Cello Concerto in C major, Hob.VIIb:1
Cello Concerto in D major, Hob.VIIb:2 (op.101)

Lalo, Edouard

Cello Concerto in D minor

Mendelssohn, Felix

Cello Sonata no.1 in B flat major, op.45
Cello Sonata no.2 in D major, op.58
Piano Trio in C minor, op.66
Piano Trio in D minor, op.49

Prokofiev, Sergei

Cello Sonata in C major, op.119

Ravel, Maurice

Piano Trio in A minor

Saint-Saens, Camille

Cello Concerto no.1 in A minor, op.33

Schubert, Franz

Notturno in E flat major for piano trio, op.148 D897
Piano Trio no.1 in B flat major, op.99 D898
Piano Trio no.2 in E flat major, op.100 D929
Sonata in A minor, D821 'Arpeggione' (arr. cello and piano)
Sonatensatz in B flat major, D28

Schumann, Robert

Adagio and Allegro, op.70
Cello Concerto in A minor, op.129
Fantasiestucke (3), op.73
Fantasiestucke in A minor for piano trio, op.88
Kinderszenen, op.15
» no.7 Traumerei (arr. cello and piano)
Piano Trio no.1 in D minor, op.63
Piano Trio no.2 in F major, op.80
Piano Trio no.3 in G minor, op.110
Stucke (5) im Volkston, op.102

Shostakovich, Dmitri

Cello Sonata in D minor, op.40

Strauss, Richard

Cello Sonata in F major, op.6 TrV115

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich

Piano Trio in A minor, op.50 'In Memory of a Great Artist'
Variations on a Rococo theme, op.33

Vivaldi, Antonio

Cello Concerto in A minor, RV420
Cello Concerto in B minor, RV424
Cello Concerto in C major, RV400
Cello Concerto in C minor, RV401
Cello Concerto in G major, RV413

Artists

Frederic Lodeon (cello)
Pierre Amoyal (violin)
Jean-Philippe Collard (piano)
Michel Dalberto (piano)
Francois-Rene Duchâble (piano)
Augustin Dumay (violin)
Xavier Gagnepain (cello)
Daria Hovora (piano)
Jean Hubeau (piano)
Jean Moulliere (violin)
Bruno Pasquier (viola)
Michel Portal (clarinet)
Anne Queffelec (piano)
Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)
Pascal Roge (piano)
Bournemouth Sinfonietta Orchestra
Ensemble orchestral de Paris
Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique
Orchestre de chambre de Lausanne
Orchestre de chambre Jean-Francois Paillard
Orchestre National de l’Opera de Monte-Carlo
Philharmonia Orchestra

Conductors

Charles Dutoit
Theodor Guschlbauer
Armin Jordan
Jean-Francois Paillard
Jean-Pierre Wallez

Works

Auric, Georges

Imaginees 2

Beethoven, Ludwig van

Triple Concerto in C major for piano, violin and cello, op.56

Boccherini, Luigi

Cello Concerto no.6 in D major, G479
Cello Concerto no.7 in G major, G480
Cello Concerto no.9 in B flat major, G482
Cello Concerto no.10 in D major, G483

Brahms, Johannes

Clarinet Trio in A minor, op.114

Caplet, Andre

Epiphanie (d'apres une legende ethiopienne), op.22

Chopin, Frederic

Cello Sonata in G minor, op.65
Grand Duo Concertant on a theme from Meyerbeer's 'Robert le Diable', B70
Introduction and Polonaise brillante, op.3

d'Indy, Vincent

Concerto for flute, cello, piano and strings

Duport, Jean-Louis

Cello Concerto no.2 in G major
Cello Concerto no.5 in D major
Duo no.2 in D major (arr. Frederic Robert)
Duo no.3 in G major (arr. Frederic Robert)

Faure, Gabriel

Cello Sonata no.1 in D minor, op.109
Cello Sonata no.2 in G minor, op.117
Elegie in C minor, op.24 (cello and orchestra)
Elegie in C minor, op.24 (cello and piano)
Papillon, op.77
Piano Quartet no.1 in C minor, op.15
Piano Trio in D minor, op.120
Romance in A major, op.69
Serenade, op.98
Sicilienne, op.78

Haydn, Franz Joseph

Cello Concerto in C major, Hob.VIIb:1
Cello Concerto in D major, Hob.VIIb:2 (op.101)

Lalo, Edouard

Cello Concerto in D minor

Mendelssohn, Felix

Cello Sonata no.1 in B flat major, op.45
Cello Sonata no.2 in D major, op.58
Piano Trio in C minor, op.66
Piano Trio in D minor, op.49

Prokofiev, Sergei

Cello Sonata in C major, op.119

Ravel, Maurice

Piano Trio in A minor

Saint-Saens, Camille

Cello Concerto no.1 in A minor, op.33

Schubert, Franz

Notturno in E flat major for piano trio, op.148 D897
Piano Trio no.1 in B flat major, op.99 D898
Piano Trio no.2 in E flat major, op.100 D929
Sonata in A minor, D821 'Arpeggione' (arr. cello and piano)
Sonatensatz in B flat major, D28

Schumann, Robert

Adagio and Allegro, op.70
Cello Concerto in A minor, op.129
Fantasiestucke (3), op.73
Fantasiestucke in A minor for piano trio, op.88
Kinderszenen, op.15
» no.7 Traumerei (arr. cello and piano)
Piano Trio no.1 in D minor, op.63
Piano Trio no.2 in F major, op.80
Piano Trio no.3 in G minor, op.110
Stucke (5) im Volkston, op.102

Shostakovich, Dmitri

Cello Sonata in D minor, op.40

Strauss, Richard

Cello Sonata in F major, op.6 TrV115

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich

Piano Trio in A minor, op.50 'In Memory of a Great Artist'
Variations on a Rococo theme, op.33

Vivaldi, Antonio

Cello Concerto in A minor, RV420
Cello Concerto in B minor, RV424
Cello Concerto in C major, RV400
Cello Concerto in C minor, RV401
Cello Concerto in G major, RV413

Artists

Frederic Lodeon (cello)
Pierre Amoyal (violin)
Jean-Philippe Collard (piano)
Michel Dalberto (piano)
Francois-Rene Duchâble (piano)
Augustin Dumay (violin)
Xavier Gagnepain (cello)
Daria Hovora (piano)
Jean Hubeau (piano)
Jean Moulliere (violin)
Bruno Pasquier (viola)
Michel Portal (clarinet)
Anne Queffelec (piano)
Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)
Pascal Roge (piano)
Bournemouth Sinfonietta Orchestra
Ensemble orchestral de Paris
Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique
Orchestre de chambre de Lausanne
Orchestre de chambre Jean-Francois Paillard
Orchestre National de l’Opera de Monte-Carlo
Philharmonia Orchestra

Conductors

Charles Dutoit
Theodor Guschlbauer
Armin Jordan
Jean-Francois Paillard
Jean-Pierre Wallez

About

Today, Frédéric Lodéon is probably best known as a man of the media, whose culture and sense of humour have done so much on the French airwaves and TV to spread the knowledge of classical music to a wider audience.

But the former student of Navarra and Rostropovich is first and perhaps foremost an immense cellist, endowed with phenomenal means, refined musicality and an impetuous temperament. Covering a broad spectrum of concerto and chamber music for cello, his discographic legacy for Erato and EMI, collected here for the first time and including numerous CD premieres, is a tribute to his flamboyant style.

26 January 2022 marks Frédéric Lodéon’s 70th birthday.

Born in Paris in a family with Martinican origin, the young Frédéric began learning cello at School of Music of Saint-Omer (North of France) where his father was appointed as director. Proving to be highly talented, he entered then the Conservatoire de Paris where he studied under André Navarra and Jean Hubeau and won cello first prize (1969 unanimously by the jury) and chamber music first prize (1970). At the age of 20, Lodéon won the Maurice Maréchal Prize, then made his debut at Le Grand Échiquier – a famous programme on French TV – replacing Maurice Gendron to play with Yehudi and Hephzibah Menuhin. As a result, he gained immense popularity and launched an international career, performing and recording with his fellow students such as Daria Hovora, Jean-Philippe Collard, Augustin Dumay and Pierre Amoyal. During these years, he also met Mstislav Rostropovich who convinced him to compete in the 1st Rostropovich Competition in 1977 – which could have been a risk as his career was already launched – but he won the prize ex aequo.

From 1992 onwards, he presented and produced prime-time musical programmes on French public television and radio stations, especially his flagship programme Le carrefour de Lodéon. His immense culture, his sharp wit and his sense of humour appeal to a wide audience. He played a central role in the popularisation of classical music in France for almost 30 years.

The present box gathers all the recordings Frédéric Lodéon did for Erato and EMI from 1973 to 1986 including many CD premieres.

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