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VARIOUS ARTISTS - SAINT-SAENS EDITION 2021

Артикул: CDVP 3779327

Состав: 34 CD

Состояние: Новое. Заводская упаковка.

Дата релиза: 15-10-2021

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Camille Saint-Saëns 1835-1921

CD 1 79.08 - Orchestral Works

Symphony in A major, R 159
1 I. Poco adagio – Allegro vivace 7.21
2 II. Andantino 9.05
3 III. Scherzo: Vivace 2.52
4 IV. Allegro molto – Presto 5.48

Symphony No. 1 in E-flat major, Op. 2
5 I. Adagio – Allegro 8.49
6 II. Marche – Scherzo: Allegretto scherzando 4.31
7 III. Adagio 9.56
8 IV. Finale: Allegro maestoso 7.25

Symphony No. 2 in A minor, Op. 55
9 I. Allegro marcato – Allegro appassionato 7.06
10 II. Adagio 3.56
11 III. Scherzo: Presto 4.24
12 IV. Prestissimo 7.17

Orchestre National de l’O.R.T.F. • Jean Martinon conductor

Recorded: 11-12.VI & 29-30.IX.1972 (5-12), 18-20, 23.IX.1974 (1-4), Salle Wagram, Paris
Producer: René Challan • Balance Engineer: Paul Vavasseur
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1973 (5-12) & 1975 (1-4), Remastered 1989 Warner Music France



CD 2 76.18 - Orchestral Works

Symphony in F major “Urbs Roma”, R 163
1 I. Largo – Allegro 11.27
2 II. Molto vivace 6.28
3 III. Moderato assai serioso 11.21
4 IV. Poco allegretto – Andante con moto 11.38

Symphony No. 3 in C minor “Organ Symphony”, Op. 78
5 I. (a) Adagio – Allegro moderato – 10.06
6 I. (b) Poco moderato 10.03
7 II. (a) Allegro moderato – Presto – Allegro moderato – 7.27
8 II. (b) Maestoso – Più allegro – Molto allegro 7.44

Marie-Claire Alain organ (Danion-Gonzales, Studio 104, Radio France, Paris)
Orchestre National de l’O.R.T.F. • Jean Martinon conductor

Recorded: 18-20, 23.IX.1974, Salle Wagram, Paris (1-4); IX.1970, Studio 104, Radio France, Paris (5-8)
Producer: René Challan (1-4), Michel Garcin (5-8) • Balance Engineer: Paul Vavasseur (1-4)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1975/Remastered 1989 Warner Music France (1-4). A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1971 Warner Music UK Limited (5-8)


CD 3 77.00 - Orchestral Works

1 Danse macabre, Symphonic Poem, Op. 40 6.51
2 La Jeunesse d’Hercule, Symphonic Poem, Op. 50 17.53
3 Phaéton, Symphonic Poem, Op. 39 10.06
4 Le Rouet d’Omphale, Symphonic Poem, Op. 31 9.15

La Foi, Three Symphonic Pictures, Op. 130
5 I. Poco allegro 12.25
6 II. Andantino 8.14
7 III. Allegro moderato e maestoso 12.11

Luben Yordanoff violin (1)
Orchestre de Paris • Pierre Dervaux conductor (1-4)
Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse • Michel Plasson conductor (5-7)

Recorded: 10, 18-19.X.1971, Salle Wagram, Paris (1-4); 7-9.VII.1995, Basilique Notre-Dame La Daurade, Toulouse (5-7)
Producers: René Challan (1-4), Étienne Collard (5-7) • Balance Engineers: Paul Vavasseur (1-4), Daniel Michel (5-7)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1972/Remastered 2006 (1-4), 1997 (5-7) Warner Music France


CD 4 60.51 - Orchestral Works

Le Carnaval des Animaux, grande fantaisie zoologique, R 125 (The Carnival of the Animals, Grand Zoological Fantasy) (Orchestral version)
1 I. Introduction et Marche royale du lion (Introduction and Royal March of the Lion) 2.00
2 II. Poules et coqs (Hens and Roosters) 1.14
3 III. Hémiones (ou Animaux véloces) (Wild Asses) 0.41
4 IV. Tortues (Tortoises) 2.08
5 V. L’Éléphant (The Elephant) 1.31
6 VI. Kangourous (Kangaroos) 0.49
7 VII. Aquarium 2.11
8 VIII. Personnages à longues oreilles (Persons with Long Ears) 1.07
9 IX. Le Coucou au fond des bois (Cuckoo in the Depths of the Wood) 2.20
10 X. Volière (The Aviary) 1.17
11 XI. Pianistes (Pianists) 1.14
12 XII. Fossiles (Fossils) 1.24
13 XIII. Le Cygne (The Swan) 3.15
14 XIV. Finale 2.06

Suite for orchestra, Op. 49
15 I. Prélude 2.35
16 II. Sarabande 2.56
17 III. Gavotte 3.14
18 IV. Romance 6.16
19 V. Finale 3.43

20 Une nuit à Lisbonne, barcarolle, Op. 63 4.06

21 Spartacus, Overture, R 166, after the tragedy by Alphonse Pagès 14.37

Brenda Lucas, John Ogdon piano (1-14)
Anthony Moroney flute (10) · Hilary Robinson cello (13)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra • Louis Frémaux conductor (1-14)
Ensemble Orchestral de Paris • Jean-Jacques Kantorow conductor (15-21)

Recorded: 17-18.VI.1971, De Montfort Hall, Leicester (1-14); 22 & 24.IX.1993 (15-20), 20-22.IV.1995 (21), Salle Wagram, Paris
Producers: Brian B. Culverhouse (1-14), Étienne Collard (15-21) • Balance Engineers: Stuart Eltham (1-14), Daniel Michel (15-21)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release, ℗ 1971/Remastered 2017 Parlophone Records Limited (1-14). A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1994 (15-20), 1995 (21) Warner Music France



CD 5 79.20 - Concertante Music

Piano concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 17
1 I. Andante – Allegro assai 12.31
2 II. Andante sostenuto quasi adagio 9.35
3 III. Allegro con fuoco 6.50

Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22
4 I. Andante sostenuto 11.14
5 II. Allegro scherzando 5.55
6 III. Presto 6.31

Piano Concerto No. 4 in C minor, Op. 44
7 I. Allegro moderato – Andante 12.54
8 II. Allegro vivace – Andante – Allegro 13.36

Jean-Philippe Collard piano
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra • André Previn conductor

Recorded: 11-12.XI.1985 (4-8), 14-15.IX.1987 (1-3), No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London
Producers: David Groves (1-3), John Fraser (4-8) • Balance Engineer: Mike Clements
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release, ℗ 1987 (4-8), 1988 (1-3) Parlophone Records Limited



CD 6 77.29 - Concertante Music

Piano Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 29
1 I. Moderato assai – Più mosso (Allegro maestoso) 14.13
2 II. Andante 8.55
3 III. Allegro non troppo 7.47

Piano Concerto No. 5 in F major “L’Égyptien”, Op. 103
4 I. Allegro animato 11.41
5 II. Andante – Allegretto tranquillo quasi andantino 11.14
6 III. Molto allegro 6.03

7 Wedding Cake, Caprice-valse, for piano and orchestra, Op. 76 6.18
8 Africa, Fantasy, for piano and orchestra, Op. 89 10.48

Jean-Philippe Collard piano
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra • André Previn conductor

Recorded: IX.1986 (1-6), 14-15.IX.1987 (7-8), No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London
Producer: David Groves • Balance Engineer: Mike Clements
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release, ℗ 1987 (1-6), 1988 (7-8) Parlophone Records Limited


CD 7 79.43 - Concertante Music

Violin Concerto No. 1 in A major, Op. 20
1 I. Allegro 4.17
2 II. Andante espressivo 2.22
3 III. Tempo primo 5.10

Violin Concerto No. 2 in C major, Op. 58
4 I. Allegro moderato e maestoso 13.23
5 II. Andante espressivo 8.25
6 III. Allegro scherzando quasi allegretto 6.38

7 Romance in C major, for violin and orchestra, Op. 48 6.55
8 Romance in D-flat major, for violin and orchestra, Op. 37 5.54

9 Morceau de concert in G major, for violin and orchestra, Op. 62 9.45

10 Caprice andalou in G major, for violin and orchestra, Op. 122 9.24

11 Prélude pour “Le Déluge” in D major, for violin and orchestra, Op. 45 7.27

Ulf Hoelscher violin
New Philharmonia Orchestra • Pierre Dervaux conductor

Recorded: III & IV.1977, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London
Producer: David Mottley • Balance Engineer: Stuart Eltham
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release, ℗ 1977/Remastered 1993 Parlophone Records Limited



CD 8 72.25 - Concertante Music

Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor, Op. 61
1 I. Allegro non troppo 8.46
2 II. Andantino quasi allegretto 8.17
3 III. Molto moderato e maestoso – Allegro non troppo 10.49

4 La Muse et le poète, for violin, cello and orchestra, Op. 132 16.36

5 Introduction et Rondo capriccioso in A minor, for violin and orchestra, Op. 28 8.50

6 Havanaise in E major, for violin and orchestra, Op. 83 10.52

7 Valse-caprice, for violin and orchestra, after Étude en forme de valse, Op. 52 No. 6, arr. Eugène Ysaÿe 8.12

Ulf Hoelscher violin (1-3)
New Philharmonia Orchestra • Pierre Dervaux conductor (1-3)
Renaud Capuçon violin (4-7) · Gautier Capuçon cello (4)
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France • Lionel Bringuier conductor (4)
Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen • Daniel Harding conductor (5-7)

Recorded: III & IV.1977, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (1-3); 29-30.XI & I.XII.2000, Gutsscheune Stuhr-Varrel, Bremen, Germany (5-7); 11 & 15.I.2013, Salle Pleyel, Paris (4)
Producers: David Mottley (1-3), Arnaud Moral (4), Étienne Collard (5-7) • Balance Engineers: Stuart Eltham (1-3), Christian Lahondes (4), Frédéric Briant (5-7)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release (1-3) & Warner Classics/Erato release (4-7), ℗ 1977/Remastered 1993 (1-3), 2001 (5-7) & 2013 (4) Parlophone Records Limited



CD 9 78.16 - Concertante Music

1 Odelette in D major, for flute and orchestra, Op. 162 7.29

2 Tarentelle in A minor, for flute, clarinet and orchestra, Op. 6 6.24

3 Romance in D-flat major, for flute and orchestra, Op. 37 5.22

4 Romance in F major, for horn and orchestra, Op. 36 4.14

5 Morceau de concert in G major, for harp and orchestra, Op. 154 13.24

6 Morceau de concert in F minor, for horn and orchestra, Op. 94 9.01

Cyprès et lauriers, for organ and orchestra, Op. 156
7 I. Cyprès: Poco adagio (solo organ) 7.03
8 II. Lauriers: Allegro non troppo 8.45

9 Rhapsodie d’Auvergne in C major, for piano and orchestra, Op. 73 10.19

10 Allegro appassionato in C-sharp minor, for piano and orchestra, Op. 70 6.11

Clara Novakova flute (1-3) · Richard Vieille clarinet (2)
Radovan Vlatković horn (4, 6) · Marielle Nordmann harp (5)
Ensemble Orchestral de Paris • Jean-Jacques Kantorow conductor (1-6)
Matthias Eisenberg organ (Puget, Basilique Notre-Dame La Daurade, Toulouse) (7-8)
Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse • Michel Plasson conductor (8)
Jean-Philippe Collard piano (9-10)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra • André Previn conductor (9-10)

Recorded: 14-15.IX.1987, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (9-10); 22 & 24.IX.1993 (1-3), 20-22.IV.1995 (4-6), Salle Wagram, Paris; 7-9.VII.1995, Basilique Notre-Dame La Daurade, Toulouse (7-8)
Producers: Étienne Collard (1-8), David Groves (9-10) • Balance Engineers: Daniel Michel (1-8), Mike Clements (9-10)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1994 (1-3), 1995 (4-6) & 1997 (7-8) Warner Music France. A Warner Classics release, ℗ 1988 Parlophone Records Limited (9-10)


CD 10 68.20 - Concertante Music

Cello Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 33
1 I. Allegro non troppo 5.29
2 II. Allegretto con moto 4.56
3 III. Allegro non troppo 8.52

4 Allegro appassionato in B minor, for cello and orchestra, Op. 43 3.59

Mstislav Rostropovich cello (1-3)
London Philharmonic Orchestra • Carlo Maria Giulini conductor (1-3)
Paul Tortelier cello (4)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra • Louis Frémaux conductor (4)


Chamber Music

Violin Sonata No. 1 in D minor, Op. 75
5 I (a). Allegro agitato – 6.43
6 I (b). Adagio 5.47
7 II (a). Allegro moderato – 3.58
8 II (b). Allegro molto 6.14

Violin Sonata No. 2 in E-flat major, Op. 102
9 I. Poco allegro più tosto moderato 7.17
10 II. Scherzo: Vivace 3.50
11 III. Andante 6.01
12 IV. Allegro grazioso, non presto 5.11

Renaud Capuçon violin • Bertrand Chamayou piano (5-8)
Olivier Charlier violin • Jean Hubeau piano (9-12)

Recorded: 29-30.V.1974, De Montfort Hall, Leicester (4); 29-30.IV & 1.V.1977, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (1-3); 2-4.VII.2020, Studio, Cité de la musique et de la danse, Soissons (5-8); VIII.1987, Studio 104, Maison de Radio France, Paris (Coproduction Erato/Radio France, 9-12)
Producer: David Mottley (1-3), John Willan (4), Michael Fine (5-8), Daniel Zalay (9-12) • Balance Engineer: Neville Boyling (1-4), Erdo Groot (5-8), Didier Gervais (9-12)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release (1-4) & Warner Classics/Erato release (5-8), ℗ 1975/Remastered 2003 (4), 1978/Remastered 2017 (1-3) & 2020 (5-8) Parlophone Records Limited. A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Limited (9-12)




CD 11 71.52 - Chamber Music

1 Berceuse in B-flat major, for violin and piano, Op. 38 5.09
2 Élégie No. 1, for violin and piano, Op. 143 4.52
3 Élégie No. 2, for violin and piano, Op. 160 4.39
4 Romance in D-flat major, for violin and piano (original for flute or violin & orchestra), Op. 37 5.26

5 Fantaisie, for violin and harp, Op. 124 12.53

Cello Sonata No. 1 in C minor, Op. 32
6 I. Allegro 9.08
7 II. Andante tranquillo 5.18
8 III. Allegro moderato 6.41

9 Romance in F major, for cello and piano, Op. 36 4.07
10 Allegro appassionato in B minor, for cello and piano, Op. 43 3.59
11 Romance in D major, for cello and piano, Op. 51 4.21
12 Prière, for cello and piano, Op. 158 5.14

Olivier Charlier violin • Jean Hubeau piano (1-4)
Renaud Capuçon violin • Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp (5)
Roland Pidoux cello • Jean Hubeau piano (6-11)
Gautier Capuçon cello • Frank Braley piano (12)

Recorded: VIII.1987, Studio 104, Maison de Radio France, Paris (Coproduction Erato/Radio France, 1-4); 29.I-2.II.1991, Studio 104, Maison de Radio France (Coproduction Erato/Radio France, 6-11); 14.XII.2002, Fondation Musica-Théâtre, La Chaux-de-Fonds (5, 12)
Producers: Daniel Zalay (1-4), Étienne Collard (5, 12), Philippe Pelissier (6-11) • Balance Engineers: Didier Gervais (1-4), Frédéric Briant (5, 12), Madeleine Sola (6-11)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 2003 Parlophone Records Limited (5, 12). A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1990 (1-4), 1993 (6-11) Warner Music UK Limited



CD 12 76.23 - Chamber Music

Cello Sonata No. 2 in F major, Op. 123
1 I. Maestoso 9.12
2 II. Scherzo con variazioni 8.28
3 III. Romanza 8.01
4 IV. Allegro non troppo 6.58

5 Sérénade, No. 2 Andantino from Suite Op. 16, for cello and piano 2.53

Clarinet Sonata in E-flat major, Op. 167
6 I. Allegretto 4.26
7 II. Allegro animato 2.05
8 III. Lento 3.57
9 IV. Molto allegro 5.00

Oboe Sonata in D major, Op. 166
10 I. Andantino 3.53
11 II. (without tempo indication) 5.24
12 III. Molto allegro 2.19

Bassoon Sonata in G major, Op. 168
13 I. Allegro moderato 2.41
14 II. Allegro scherzando 3.36
15 III. Molto adagio 6.27
16 IV. Allegro moderato 1.01

Roland Pidoux cello • Jean Hubeau piano (1-4)
Paul Tortelier cello • Maria de la Pau piano (5)
Sabine Meyer clarinet • Oleg Maisenberg piano (6-9)
Nicholas Daniel oboe • Julius Drake piano (10-12)
Dirk Meijer bassoon • Jan van Liere piano (13-16)


Recorded: 29.I-2.II.1991, Studio 104, Maison de Radio France (Coproduction Erato/Radio France, 1-4); 19-20.XI.1979, Paris (5); VII-VIII.1990, Seldon Hall, Haberdasher’s Aske’s School, Elstree, Herts (10-12); 24-27.IX.2001, 24-27.XI.2001, Providenz Church, Heidelberg (13-16); 26-28.IX.2006, Potton Hall, Sufolk (6-9)
Producers: Philippe Pelissier (1-4), Greco Casadesus (5), John Fraser (6-9), Paul Spicer (10-12), Dirk Meijer (13-16) • Balance Engineers: Madeleine Sola (1-4), Paul Vavasseur (5), Arne Akselberg (6-9), Steve Portnoi (10-12), Henk La Roi (13-16)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1980/Remastered 1990 Warner Music France (5). A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1993 Warner Music UK Limited (1-4). A Warner Classics release (6-9) & Warner Classics/Erato release (10-12), ℗ 1994 (10-12), 2007 (6-9) Parlophone Records Limited. ℗ 2002 Finlandia (13-16)



CD 13 76.01 - Chamber Music

1 Cavatine, for trombone and piano, Op. 144 4.27

Piano Trio No. 1 in F major, Op. 18
2 I. Allegro vivace 7.44
3 II. Andante 9.21
4 III. Scherzo: Presto 3.58
5 IV. Allegro 6.55

Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, Op. 92
6 I. Allegro non troppo 10.26
7 II. Allegretto 6.08
8 III. Andante con moto 3.56
9 IV. Grazioso, poco allegro 4.21
10 V. Allegro 7.24

11 Caprice sur des airs danois et russes, for flute, clarinet, oboe and piano, Op. 79 11.17

Ian Bousfield trombone • Alison Procter piano (1)
Yan Pascal Tortelier violin • Paul Tortelier cello • Maria de la Pau piano (2-5)
Renaud Capuçon violin • Edgar Moreau cello • Bertrand Chamayou piano (6-10)
Robert Fontaine clarinet • Thomas Prévost flute • Jacques Vandeville oboe • Victoria Postnikova piano (11)

Recorded: 24-26.IX.1978, Abbey Road Studios, London (2-5); 6-9.IX.1995, St George’s, Brandon Hill, Bristol (1); 2-4.VII.2020, Studio, Cité de la musique et de la danse, Soissons (6-10); IV.1991, Studio 106, Maison de Radio France, Paris (Coproduction Erato/Radio France, 11)
Producers: Mike Purton (1), John Fraser (2-5), Michael Fine (6-10), Alain de Chambure (11) • Balance Engineers: Tony Faulkner (1), Neville Boyling (2-5), Erdo Groot (6-10), Agnès Wargnier (11)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release (1-5) & Warner Classics/Erato release (6-10), ℗ 1979/Remastered 1988 (2-5), 1997 (1) & 2020 (6-10) Parlophone Records Limited. A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1992 Warner Music UK Limited (11)



CD 14 54.36 - Chamber Music

String Quartet No. 1 in E minor, Op. 112
1 I. Allegro 10.09
2 II. Molto allegro quasi presto 6.02
3 III. Molto adagio 7.13
4 IV. Allegro non troppo 6.27

String Quartet No. 2 in G major, Op. 153
5 I. Allegro animato 8.07
6 II. Molto adagio 8.34
7 III. Andantino – Finale: Allegro 8.01

Quatuor Viotti
(Philippe Goulut, Marc Duprez violin • Pierre Franck viola • Hugh Mackenzie cello)

Recorded: XII.1984, Studio 103, Maison de Radio France, Paris
Producer: Jacques Boisgallais • Balance Engineer: Jacques Boisgallais, assisted by Bernard Charon
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1987 Warner Music UK Limited


CD 15 59.03 - Chamber Music

Piano Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 41
1 I. Allegretto 6.45
2 II. Andante maestoso ma con moto 6.57
3 III. Poco allegro più tosto moderato 5.49
4 IV. Allegro 9.09

Quatuor Kandinsky
(Claire Désert piano · Philippe Aïche violin · Nicolas Bône viola · Nadine Pierre cello)

Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 14
5 I. Allegro moderato e maestoso 9.50
6 II. Andante sostenuto – 6.58
7 III. Presto 4.52
8 IV. Allegro assai, ma tranquillo 8.41

Groupe instrumental de Paris
(Jean Laforge piano • Lionel Gali, Michel Noël violin • Bruno Pasquier viola • Robert Bex cello)

Recorded: 29.I & 26.II.1970, Salle Wagram, Paris (5-8); 1993, Laon (1-4)
Producers: Jean-Martial Golaz (1-4), René Challan (5-8) • Balance Engineers: Bernard Charon (1-4), Paul Vavasseur (5-8)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1970 Warner Music France (5-8) & ℗ 1993 Parlophone Records Limited (1-4)




CD 16 61.10 - Chamber Music

Le Carnaval des Animaux, grande fantaisie zoologique (The Carnival of the Animals, Grand Zoological Fantasy), for 2 pianos, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, flute (& piccolo), clarinet, harmonica & xylophone, R 125
1 I. Introduction et Marche royale du lion (Introduction and Royal March of the Lion) 2.10
2 II. Poules et coqs (Hens and Roosters) 0.43
3 III. Hémiones (ou Animaux véloces) (Wild Asses) 0.33
4 IV. Tortues (Tortoises) 2.12
5 V. L’Éléphant (The Elephant) 1.27
6 VI. Kangourous (Kangaroos) 0.50
7 VII. Aquarium 2.46
8 VIII. Personnages à longues oreilles (Persons with Long Ears) 0.57
9 IX. Le Coucou au fond des bois (Cuckoo in the Depths of the Wood) 2.30
10 X. Volière (The Aviary) 1.19
11 XI. Pianistes (Pianists) 1.42
12 XII. Fossiles (Fossils) 1.24
13 XIII. Le Cygne (The Swan) 3.02
14 XIV. Finale 2.08

Septet in E-flat major, for trumpet, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass and piano, Op. 65
15 I. Préambule: Allegro moderato 4.29
16 II. Menuet: Tempo di minuetto moderato 4.12
17 III. Intermède: Andante 5.21
18 IV. Gavotte et finale: Allegro non troppo – Più allegro 4.10

Michel Béroff, Jean-Philippe Collard piano • Alain Moglia violin • Jacques Cazauran double bass • Michel Debost flute • Claude Desurmont clarinet • Maurice André trumpet • Guy-Joël Cipriani, Gérard Pérotin percussions • Le Trio à cordes français: Gérard Jarry violin • Serge Collot viola • Michel Tournus cello

Instrumental Music

19 Fantaisie for harp, Op. 95 9.19
Marielle Nordmann harp

20 Allegro appassionato in C-sharp minor, version for solo piano, Op. 70 5.50
21 Valse nonchalante in D-flat major, for piano, Op. 110 4.00

Bertrand Chamayou piano

Recorded: 17.VI.1976 & 1-2.III.1977, Salle Wagram, Paris (1-18); III.1981, Espace de projection, IRCAM, Paris (19); 4-7.XII.2017, Auditorium, Radio France, Paris (20-21)
Producers: Eric Macleod (1-18), Michel Garcin (19), Daniel Zalay (20-21) • Balance Engineers: Serge Rémy (1-18), Pierre Lavoix (19), Catherine Déréthé (20-21)
19: Newly remastered in 192kHz/24-bit from original master tapes by Studio Art & Son, Annecy
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1978/Remastered 1986 Warner Music France (1-18) & ℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Limited (20-21). A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1982/Remastered 2021 Warner Music UK Limited (19)



CD 17 73.17 - Instrumental Music: Piano Works

Six Études, for piano, Op. 52
1 I. Prélude (Con bravura) 2.06
2 II. Pour l’indépendance des doigts (Andantino malinconico) 2.28
3 III. Prélude et fugue en fa mineur (Allegro animato) 3.40
4 IV. Étude de rythme (Andantino) 2.26
5 V. Prélude et fugue en la majeur (Allegro moderato – Moderato) 5.53
6 VI. Étude en forme de valse (Mouvement de valse) 6.06

Six Études, for piano, Op. 111
7 I. Tierces majeures et mineures (Allegretto) 1.50
8 II. Traits chromatiques (Allegretto) 2.14
9 III. Prélude et fugue en mi bémol mineur (Moderato agitato – Moderato espressivo) 5.06
10 IV. Les Cloches de Las Palmas (Andantino) 3.44
11 V. Tierces majeures chromatiques (Vivace) 1.58
12 VI. Toccata (Molto allegro) 4.15

13 Mazurka No. 3 (Un poco agitato), for piano, Op. 66 4.56
14 Valse mignonne in E-flat major, for piano, Op. 104 2.32
15 Valse gaie, for piano, Op. 139 4.26

Six Études pour la main gauche seule, for piano, Op. 135
16 I. Prélude 2.27
17 II. Alla fuga 2.11
18 III. Moto perpetuo 2.39
19 IV. Bourrée 4.22
20 V. Élégie 5.52
21 VI. Gigue 1.59

François-René Duchâble piano (1-15)
Aldo Ciccolini piano (16-21)

Recorded: 28.I.1971 (16-21), 14-15.V & 20, 24.IX.1979 (1-15), Salle Wagram, Paris
Producers: René Challan (16-21), Greco Casadesus (1-15) • Balance Engineer: Paul Vavasseur
1-15: Newly remastered in 192kHz/24-bit from original master tapes by Studio Art & Son, Annecy
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1971/Remastered 2009 (16-21), 1981/Remastered 2021 (1-15) Warner Music France



CD 18 75.44 - Instrumental Music: Piano Works (Four hands & two pianos)

1 Scherzo, for two pianos, Op. 87 10.39
2 Introduction et Rondo capriccioso, Op. 28 (transcription for two pianos by Claude Debussy) 8.42
3 Caprice pour piano sur les airs de ballet d’Alceste de Glück (transcription for two pianos by Claude Debussy) 12.22

Symphony No. 2 in A minor, Op. 55 (transcription for two pianos by Claude Debussy)
4 I. Allegro marcato – Allegro appassionato 7.22
5 II. Adagio 3.10
6 III. Scherzo: Presto 4.34
7 IV. Prestissimo 8.33

Étienne Marcel, airs de ballet, R 290 (transcription for two pianos by Claude Debussy)
8 Introduction 0.57
9 Entrée des écoliers 1.52
10 Musette guerrière 1.44
11 Pavane 2.19
12 Valse 4.16
13 Entrée des Bohémiens 6.14
14 Final 2.53

Lilya Zilberstein & Akano Sakai piano (1)
Jean-François Heisser & Georges Pludermacher piano (2-3)
Jean-Pierre Armengaud & Olivier Chauzu piano (4-14)

Recorded: VI.1993, Auditorium du Louvre, Paris (2-3); VI.2008, Auditorio Stelio Molo, Lugano Festival (1 - Live); 13-18.VII & 9-10.IX.2017, Église Saint Pierre Saint Paul, Evry Village (4-14 - Live)
Producers: Wolfgang Müller (1), Ysabelle van Wersch-Cot (2-3), Jean-Pierre Armengaud (4-14) • Balance Engineers: Wolfgang Müller (1), Jacques Doll (2-3), Charles-Alexandre Englebert (4-14)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2009 (1) & 2018 (4-14) Parlophone Records Limited. A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1993 Warner Music UK Limited (2-3)



CD 19 76.31 - Instrumental Music: Complete Solo Organ Works I

1 Marche religieuse in F major, Op. 107 4.54

Trois Rhapsodies, Op. 7, sur des cantiques bretons (Pèlerinage au Pardon de Sainte-Anne-la-Palud)
2 No. 1 in E major 5.59
3 No. 2 in D major 6.22
4 No. 3 in F major 7.23

5 Fantaisie in E-flat major, R 78 4.56
6 Fantaisie in D-flat major, Op. 101 10.58
7 Fantaisie in C major, Op. 157 12.55

Trois Préludes et fugues, Op. 99 (Book I)
8 No. 1 in E major: Prelude 3.41
9 No. 1 in E major: Fugue 5.20
10 No. 2 in B major: Prelude 5.03
11 No. 2 in B major: Fugue 2.41
12 No. 3 in E-flat major: Prelude 1.58
13 No. 3 in E-flat major: Fugue 4.16

Daniel Roth organ (Isnard - Cavaillé-Coll – Boisseau, Église Saint-Salomon-Saint-Grégoire, Pithiviers)

Recorded: 4-7.IV.1978, Église Saint-Salomon-Saint-Grégoire, Pithiviers
Producer: Gréco Casadesus • Balance Engineer: Paul Vavasseur
CD premiere · Newly remastered from original tapes in 192kHz/24-bit by Studio Art & Son, Annecy
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1979 & Remastered 2021 Warner Music France


CD 20 79.25 - Instrumental Music: Complete Solo Organ Works II

Trois Préludes et fugues, Op. 109 (Book II)
1 No. 1 in D minor: Prelude 3.46
2 No. 1 in D minor: Fugue 4.28
3 No. 2 in G major: Prelude 1.47
4 No. 2 in G major: Fugue 3.04
5 No. 3 in C major: Prelude 2.49
6 No. 3 in C major: Fugue 5.51

7 Bénédiction nuptiale in F major, Op. 9 6.28

Sept Improvisations, Op. 150
8 No. 1 in E major 9.16
9 No. 2 in B minor “Feria Pentecostes” 4.57
10 No. 3 in E-flat major 5.26
11 No. 4 in A major 2.21
12 No. 5 in G minor “Pro Martyribus” 5.07
13 No. 6 in B minor ”Pro Defunctis” 7.23
14 No. 7 in A minor 3.05

15 Cyprès et lauriers, for organ and orchestra, Op. 156: I. Cyprès: Poco adagio (solo organ) 7.51

16 Élévation or Communion in E major, Op. 13 5.41

Daniel Roth organ (Isnard - Cavaillé-Coll – Boisseau, Église Saint-Salomon-Saint-Grégoire, Pithiviers)


No. 1 of “Cyprès et Lauriers” for solo organ is also on CD 9 in the Concertante Music section, performed by Matthias Eisenberg. We have also kept this version to keep complete the Solo Organ Works album by Daniel Roth, available here for the first time on CD and newly remastered in HD.

Recorded: 4-7.IV.1978, Église Saint-Salomon-Saint-Grégoire, Pithiviers
Producer: Gréco Casadesus • Balance Engineer: Paul Vavasseur
CD premiere · Newly remastered from original tapes in 192kHz/24-bit by Studio Art & Son, Annecy
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1979 & Remastered 2021 Warner Music France




CD 21 71.04 - Vocal and Choral Music

Songs 1-16, 18-19: for voice and piano (6: and violin; 16: and flute), 17: for voice and orchestra
1 La Cloche (Victor Hugo) 3.52
2 Clair de lune (Catulle Mendès) 1.36
3 L’Attente (Victor Hugo) 2.08
4 Le Pas d’armes du roi Jean (Victor Hugo) 4.12
5 Pastorale (Philippe Destouches) 2.11
6 Violons dans le soir (Comtesse de Noailles) 5.15
7 Mélodies persanes, Op. 26 No. 6: Tournoiement (« Songe d’opium ») (Armand Renaud) 2.38
8 Le Vent dans la plaine (« C’est l’extase langoureuse ») (Paul Verlaine) 1.21
9 Danse macabre (Henri Cazalis) 2.11
10 Sonnet (Camille Saint-Saëns) 3.26
11 Les Cloches de la mer (Camille Saint-Saëns) 4.24
12 Extase (Victor Hugo) 3.16
13 Rêverie (Victor Hugo) 3.32
14 Si vous n’avez rien à me dire (Victor Hugo) 3.08
15 Le Lever de la lune (after Ossian) 5.00
16 Une flûte invisible (Victor Hugo) 3.14
17 Le Rossignol et la rose (from Parysatis, R 312) (Jane Dieulafoy) 3.40
18 Pastorale (Philippe Destouches) 2.14
19 El Desdichado (Bolero) (Jules Barbier) 3.30

Two choruses, for mixed chorus a capella, Op. 68 (Camille Saint-Saëns)
20 No. 1 Calme des nuits 2.18
21 No. 2 Les Fleurs et les arbres 1.59

22 Saltarelle, for four voices men’s chorus a capella, Op. 74 (Émile Deschamps) 5.52

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau baritone (1-5) · Victoria de los Ángeles soprano (5)
Harmuth Höll piano (1-4) · Gerald Moore piano (5)
Philippe Jaroussky countertenor (6-8)
Renaud Capuçon violin (6) · Jérôme Ducros piano (6-8)
José van Dam bass-baritone · Jean-Philippe Collard piano (9-15)
Christa Ludwig mezzo-soprano (16)
Douglas Whittaker flute · Geoffrey Parsons piano (16)
Natalie Dessay soprano (17)
Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester • Michel Schønwandt conductor (17)
Felicity Lott soprano • Ann Murray mezzo-soprano (18-19)
Graham Johnson piano (18-19)
Ensemble vocal Jean Sourisse (20-22) • Ensemble vocal Audite Nova (22) • Jean Sourisse conductor (20-22)

Recorded: 1-3.XII.1960, Berlin (5); IV.1984, Hochschule für Musik, München (1-4); 6-9.XI.1992, Théâtre de Poissy, (20-22); 23-25.XI.1992, Chartreuse de Villeneuve-lez-Avignon (9-15); Jesus Christus Kirche, Berlin, 1996-97 (17); 7-13.VII.2008, Chambre Syndicale Typographique Parisienne, Salle Akustica, Paris (6-7); XI.1965, III.1966, Abbey Road Studios, London (16), 25-26.VIII.1989, Charterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey (18-19)
Producers: Teije van Geest (1-4), Étienne Collard (6-7, 9-15, 17), Ronald Kinloch Anderson (16), Simon Woods (18-19), François Eckert (20-22) • Balance Engineers: Martin Sauer (1-4), Michel Pierre (6-7), Daniel Michel (9-15), Neville Boyling (16), Bernd Runge & Eberhard Hinz (17), Michael Sheady (18-19), François Eckert (20-22)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics release (5, 16, 18-19) & Warner Classics/Erato release (6-8), ℗ 1962/Remastered 1993 (5), 1967/Remastered 2018 (16), 1990 (18-19), 1993 (20-22), 2009 (6-7) & 2015 (8) Parlophone Records Limited. A Warner Classics/Teldec release, ℗ 1987 Warner Music UK Limited (1-4). A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1993 (9-15) & 1998 (17) Warner Music France



CD 22 63.59 - Vocal and Choral Music

Messe à quatre voix, pour soli et chœur avec accompagnement d’orchestre, grand orgue d’accompagnement obligé, Op. 4 (Réduction pour grand orgue et petit orgue par Léon Roques)
1 I. Kyrie 14.57
2 II. Gloria 8.01
3 III. Credo 5.06
4 IV. Sanctus 4.36
5 V. O salutaris 2.47
6 VI. Agnus Dei 5.02

Isabel Balmori-Padesca soprano (1, 3)
Annelise Théodoloz alto (1, 3, 6)
Laurent Dami tenor (1, 3)
Alain Clément baritone (1, 3-4)
Stephan Imboden bass (3)
André Luy organ of the chorus
Marie-Claire Alain organ (Kuhn, Grandes orgues de la Cathédrale de Lausanne)
Ensemble vocal de Lausanne (Laurent Gay chorus master) • Michel Corboz conductor


Opera

Samson et Dalila, opera in three acts, Op. 47 (Ferdinand Lemaire)
7 « Printemps qui commence » (Act 1) 5.18
8 « Samson, recherchant ma présence… Amour ! viens aider ma faiblesse ! » (Act 2) 4.13
9 « Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix » (Act 2) 5.23

Henry VIII, opera in four acts, R 291 (Léonce Détroyat & Armand Sylvestre)
10 Air de Catherine d'Aragon: « Ô cruel souvenir ! » (Act IV) 8.33

Maria Callas soprano (7-9)
Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française • Georges Prêtre conductor (7-9)
Véronique Gens soprano (10)
Les Talens Lyriques • Christophe Rousset conductor (10)

Recorded: 28.III-5.IV.1961, Salle Wagram, Paris (7-9); IV.1988, Cathédrale de Lausanne (1-6); 30.VI & 5.VII.2011, IRCAM, Paris (10)
Producers: Michel Garcin (1-6), Walter Legge (7-9), Olivier Rosset (10) • Balance Engineers: Yolanta Skura, assisted by Jacques Doll (1-6), Francis Dillnut (7-9), Hughes Deschaux (10)
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato Disques release, ℗ 1990 Warner Music UK Limited (1-6). A Warner Classics release (7-9) & Warner Classics/Erato release (10), ℗ 1961 (7-8) & 1982 (9), Remastered ℗ 2014, 2011 (10) Parlophone Records Limited



CD 23 44.32 - Opera

Samson et Dalila, opera in 3 acts, Op. 47 (Ferdinand Lemaire) (beginning)
Act I
1 Introduction 2.09
2 « Dieu ! Dieu d’Israël ! écoute la prière de tes enfants » (Les Hébreux) 3.41
3 « Quoi ! veux-tu donc qu’à jamais on efface » (Les Hébreux) 3.04
4 « Arrêtez, ô mes frères ! » (Samson, les Hébreux) 3.41
5 « Implorons à genoux le Seigneur qui nous aime ! » (Samson, les Hébreux) 2.05
6 « Qui donc élève ici la voix ? » (Abimélech) 2.58
7 « C’est toi que sa bouche invective » (Samson, les Hébreux, Abimélech) 1.17
8 « Israël ! romps ta chaîne ! » (Samson, les Hébreux) 1.57
9 « Que vois-je ! Abimélech ! frappé par des esclaves ! » (Le Grand Prêtre, Premier Philistin, Deuxième Philistin) 1.15
10 « Seigneur ! la troupe furieuse … Maudite à jamais soit la race » (Un messager, les deux Philistins, le Grand Prêtre) 2.49
11 Lever du jour 1.24
12 « Hymne de joie, hymne de délivrance » (Les vieillards hébreux, un vieillard hébreu) 4.07
13 « Voici le printemps nous portant des fleurs » (Les Philistins) 2.16
14 « Je viens célébrer la victoire … Ô mon bien-aimé, suis mes pas vers Sorek » (Dalila, Samson, un vieillard hébreu) 3.30
15 Danse des prêtresses de Dagon 2.13
16 « Printemps qui commence, portant l’espérance » (Dalila) 3.28
17 « L’esprit du mal a conduit cette femme » (Un vieillard hébreu, Dalila) 2.30

Dalila: Rita Gorr mezzo-soprano
Samson: Jon Vickers tenor
Le Grand Prêtre de Dagon (High Priest of Dagon): Ernest Blanc baritone
Abimélech & Un vieillard hébreu (An Old Hebrew): Anton Diakov bass
Un messager (A Messenger): Rémi Corazza tenor
Premier Philistin (First Philistine): Jacques Potier tenor
Deuxième Philistin (Second Philistine): Jean-Pierre Hurteau bass
Chœurs René Duclos (René Duclos chorus master)
Orchestre du Théâtre National de l’Opéra de Paris • Georges Prêtre conductor

Recorded: 25-28.IX. & 1-10.X.1962, Salle Wagram, Paris
Producer: René Challan · Balance Engineer: Robert Gooch
0190296746048 · A Warner Classics/Erato release, ℗ 1963/Remastered 2001 Warner Music France



CD 24 76.46 - Opera

Samson et D

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