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Composed By – Arthur Honegger (tracks: C, D), Claude Debussy (tracks: E, F), Felix y (tracks: A, B), François-Bernard Mâche (tracks: H1), Iannis Xenakis (tracks: G), Martial Solal (tracks: H2). Double Bass – Bernard Cazauran (tracks: E2). Engineer – Jean Deloron (tracks: G, H).
As Xenakis recounted in a 1987 interview, Honegger dismissed a piece which included parallel fifths and octaves as "not music". Xenakis, who was by that time well acquainted with music of Debussy, Béla Bartók, and Stravinsky, all of whom used such devices and much more experimental ones, was furious and left to study with Darius Milhaud, but these lessons also proved fruitless. Then, Annette Dieudonné, a close friend of Boulanger's, recommended that Xenakis try studying with Olivier Messiaen. Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
His Debussy possesses elegance and sublime melodic flight but also the performing use to be pregnant of a fascinating Oriental twilights so typical from Kachaturian & s landscapes. In this sense, the definitive result is absolutely original because he joins the best of both worlds, despoiling Debussy 's music of a certain intellectual approach, so typical in Pierre Boulez.
Debussy, Claude on Durand Salabert Eschig: biography, works, music hire, music rental, music sales, licensing and more. Debussy started his musical education at the Conservatoire de Paris where he followed Ernest Guiraud's composition classes and for a while César Franck's organ class. As a student, he already reveals a complicated and elusive personality. In 1884, Debussy wins the Prix de Rome first prize but his residence at the Villa Medicis will be the breaking point with academicism.
|A||String Quintet No.1 Op.18 In A Major||28:36|
|B||String Quintet No.2 In B Flat Major Op.87||30:45|
|Quatuor № 1||(25:13)|
|Quatuor № 3||(17:52)|
|Quatuor № 2||(18:17)|
|E1||Sonata For Flute, Viola And Harp||17:34|
|E2||Dances For Harp And Strings||9:42|
|F1||Sonata For Violin And Piano||12:53|
|F2||Sonata For Violoncello And Piano||10:44|
|G||Komboi Pour Clavecin Amplifié Et Percussion||18:36|
|H2||Pièces Pour Clavecin Et Percussion||17:57|
- Recorded At – Studio 103
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Éditions Costallat
- Copyright (c) – Éditions Costallat
- Cello – Hugh Mackenzie (tracks: A, B, E2), Maurice Senn (tracks: C, D), Maurice Senn (tracks: C, D), Yvan Chiffoleau (tracks: F2)
- Composed By – Arthur Honegger (tracks: C, D), Claude Debussy (tracks: E, F), Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (tracks: A, B), François-Bernard Mâche (tracks: H1), Iannis Xenakis (tracks: G), Martial Solal (tracks: H2)
- Double Bass – Bernard Cazauran (tracks: E2)
- Engineer – Jean Deloron (tracks: G, H)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Alain Joubert (tracks: G, H)
- Ensemble [String Quartet] – Quatuor De Genève (tracks: C, D), Quatuor Viotti (tracks: A,B, E2)
- Flute – Shigenori Kudo (tracks: E1)
- Harp – Marielle Nordmann (tracks: E)
- Harpsichord – Elisabeth Chojnacka (tracks: G, H)
- Liner Notes – Harry Halbreich (tracks: G, H), J.-Claude Piguet (tracks: G, H)
- Liner Notes [Booklet] – Albin Jacquier, François Hudry, John Clavel, René Schenker, Walter Schmid
- Liner Notes [Booklet], Producer [Artistic Director] – Michel Garcin (tracks: A, B)
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Elisabeth Biolley (tracks: A, B, C, D, E, F), Elisabeth Buzzard (tracks: G, H)
- Liner Notes, Liner Notes [Booklet] – Harry Halbreich
- Painting [Front Cover] – Alice Bailly (tracks: C, D), C. D. Friedrich* (tracks: A, B), Claude Monet (tracks: E, F), Mark Tobey (tracks: G, H)
- Percussion – Sylvio Gualda (tracks: G, H)
- Photography By – A. Held*
- Piano – Jean Hubeau (tracks: F)
- Producer [Artistic Director] – Alain De Chambure (tracks: G, H), Yolanta Skura (tracks: C, D), Ysabelle Van Wersch-Cot (tracks: C, D, E, F)
- Recording Supervisor, Edited By – Ysabelle Van Wersch-Cot (tracks: A, B, C, D, E, F)
- Recording Supervisor, Engineer – Yolanta Skura (tracks: A, B, C, D, E, F)
- Viola – André Vauquet (tracks: C, D), Gérard Caussé (tracks: A, B, E1), Pierre Franck (tracks: A, B, E2)
- Violin – Marc Duprez (tracks: A, B, E2), Olivier Charlier (tracks: F1), Philippe Goulut (tracks: A, B, E2)
- Violin [1st] – Régis Plantevin (tracks: C, D)
- Violin [2nd] – Mireille Mercanton (tracks: C, D)
NotesA, B: Recorded January 1983 - Eglise èvanquélique lthérienne Saint Jean, Paris
C, D: Recorded September 1983 - Salle Adyar, Paris
Quatuor № 1: 1916-1917
Quatuor № 2: 1934-1936
Quatuor № 3: 1936-1937
E, F: Recorded May 1093, Salle Adyar, Paris
G, H: Recorded December 1983, Studio 103, Radio France, Paris.
All works written in 1981.
Collection dedicated to the memory of Ernest Ansermet
A collection realized under the aegis of Hewlett-Packard.
Box includes the original 24-pages-program and 4 lps with gatefold covers.
Albums also released as single LP´s as Erato NUM 75094, 75101 75103 and 75104