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Charles Koechlin, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart Des SWR, Heinz Holliger, Juliane Banse - Vocals Works With Orchestra mp3 album

  • Performer: Charles Koechlin
  • Title: Vocals Works With Orchestra
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: MP4 ASF DMF TTA AHX VOC WAV
  • Released: 2005
  • Style: Modern, Romantic
  • MP3 album: 1693 mb
  • FLAC album: 1897 mb
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Charles Koechlin, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart Des SWR, Heinz Holliger, Juliane Banse - Vocals Works With Orchestra mp3 album

Composed By – Charles Koechlin, Gabriel Fauré (tracks: 1-9). Conductor – Heinz Holliger. Engineer – Karl-Heinz Simmerlein, Wilfried Wenzl (tracks: 2-7). Ensemble – SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart. Liner Notes – Otfrid Nies. Orchestra – ter Stuttgart Des SWR. Soprano Vocals – Juliane Banse. 2004 Stadthalle Sindelfingen. ) World Premiere Recording. Booklet 44 pages with liner notes in German, English & French.

ter Stuttgart des SWR. Heinz Holliger. Juliane Banse (soprano). SWR Vokalensemble, ter Stuttgart des SWR. Eight World Premieres of Music by Charles Koechlin on this recording of his vocal works with orchestra in the ongoing complete Koechlin recording project. Heinz Holliger arguably the world’s top oboist takes up the baton. Fauré, Gabriel Urbain (1845-1924). Koechlin, Charles (1867-1950).

Stuttgart Funkstudio des SWR. Submit Corrections. Heinz Holliger, SWR Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra. Charles Koechlin: Œuvres orchestrals. SWR Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra. Orchestra, Primary Artist. SWR Stuttgart Vocal Ensemble.

SWR Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Heinz Holliger Conductor, SWR Stuttgart Vocal Ensemble Chorus/Choir, Gunther Teuffel Viola d'amore, Juliane Banse Soprano. 6. éclin d'amour (Sully Prudhomme). Charles Koechlin Composer. Chant funèbre 'À la mémoire des jeunes femmes défuntes', for double chorus, organ and orchestra, O. 7 Work. SWR Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Heinz Holliger Conductor, SWR Stuttgart Vocal Ensemble Chorus/Choir, Juliane Banse Soprano. 7. ter Stuttgart des SWR. Bella Mia Fiamma: Concert Arias of Mozart. Per Amore: Opera Works by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Bizet, etc. Juliane Banse.

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Album · 2000 · 3 Songs. Martin, Kelterborn, Holliger, Schoeck & Huber: Music for Chamber Orchestra. Sacher Commissioned Works. András Schiff - Concertos & Chamber Music.

This release features ter Stuttgart des SWR directed by Heinz Holliger. It contains a number of Koechlin’s orchestral works, including fourteen claimed world première recordings, recorded by Südwestrundfunk during the period 2000-2010. These are all reissues originally released on a Hänssler Classic series, except Méditation de Purun Bhagat, op. 159. This Koechlin project began in 2001 as a collaboration between the ter Stuttgart des SWR, conductor Heinz Holliger, and Otfrid Nies of the Charles Koechlin Archive in Kassel.

SWR SO, Heinz Holliger. Koechlin: Orchestral Works. Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, Banse. Shortly before the 150th birthday of the French master of instrumentation, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra reconstructs Heinz Holliger's recent voyage of discovery through the fascinating world of Koechlin's largely forgotten orchestral works. Juliane Banse strikes the perfect tone for the orchestral songs. A real treasure, as magical as Koechlin's wonderful orchestrations. Charles Koechlin, Heinz Holliger, Gabriel Fauré.

The Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (German: ter Stuttgart des SWR) was a German radio orchestra based in Stuttgart in Germany. The ensemble was founded in 1945 by American occupation authorities as the orchestra for Radio Stuttgart, under the name Sinfonieorchester von Radio Stuttgart (Symphony Orchestra of Radio Stuttgart)

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Quatre Poèmes d'Edmond Haraucourt, Op. 7 (*)
1-1 Clair De Lune 5:28
1-2 Pleine Eau 4:43
1-3 Dame Du Ciel 5:01
1-4 Aux Temps Des Fées 3:39
Deux Poèmes Symphoniques, Op. 43 (*)
1-5 II. Vers La Plage Lointaine 7:03
Poèmes D'automne, Op. 13 (*)
1-6 Déclin D'Amour 5:38
1-7 Les Rêves Morts 8:08
Deux Poèmes D'André Chénier, Op. 23 (*)
1-8 I. La Jeune Tarentine 8:42
1-9 Gabriel Fauré: Chanson de Mélissande
Composed By – Gabriel FauréOrchestrated By – Charles Koechlin
3:40
Trois Mélodies, Op. 17 (*)
2-1 II. La Prière Du Mort 5:54
2-2 III. Épiphanie 7:34
Étude Antiques, Op. 46 (*)
2-3 II. Soir Au Bord Du Lac 2:29
2-4 III. Le Cortège D'Amphitrite 3:40
2-5 IV. Épitaphe D'Une Jeune Femme 4:10
Six Mélodies Sur Des Poésies D'albert Samain, Op. 31 (*)
2-6 I. Le Sommeil de Canope 14:34
2-7 Chant Funèbre à la Mémoire Des Jeunes Femmes Défuntes, Op. 37 21:38

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Stadthalle Sindelfingen

Credits

  • Art Direction – Andreas Priemer
  • Composed By – Charles Koechlin, Gabriel Fauré (tracks: 1-9)
  • Conductor – Heinz Holliger
  • Engineer [Sound] – Karl-Heinz Simmerlein, Wilfried Wenzl (tracks: 2-7)
  • Ensemble – SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart
  • Liner Notes – Otfrid Nies
  • Orchestra – Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart Des SWR*
  • Soprano Vocals – Juliane Banse

Notes

Recording 19.-23.01.2004 / 14.-17.06. 2004 Stadthalle Sindelfingen.
(*) World Premiere Recording.

Booklet 44 pages with liner notes in German, English & French.

© 2004 hänssler CLASSIC
℗ 2005 hänssler CLASSIC

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 40888 31592 6
  • Other (SPARS Code): DDD
  • Label Code: LC 13312


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