Alexandre Souillart, Matthieu Acar – Voyage Esquisse (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 88,2 kHz]

Alexandre Souillart, Matthieu Acar - Voyage Esquisse (2021) [FLAC, 24bit, 88,2 kHz] Download

Artist: Alexandre Souillart, Matthieu Acar
Album: Voyage Esquisse
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 88,2 kHz
Duration: 01:14:31
Total Tracks: 29
Total Size: 1,12 GB

Tracklist:

01. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Canteloube: Vocalise-étude, Bourrée auvergnate (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (02:01)
02. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Tomasi: Vocalise-étude, Chant corse (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (03:04)
03. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Maurice: Tableaux de Provence: I. Farandoulo di Chatouno (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (02:28)
04. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Maurice: Tableaux de Provence: II. Cansoun per ma moi (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (01:56)
05. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Maurice: Tableaux de Provence: III. La Boumiano (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (01:06)
06. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Maurice: Tableaux de Provence: IV. Dis Alyscamps l’amo souspire (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (04:43)
07. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Maurice: Tableaux de Provence: V. Lou Cabridan (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (03:03)
08. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Auric: Vocalise-étude (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (02:16)
09. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Hahn: Vocalise-étude, Souvenir de Constantinople (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (03:36)
10. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Jolivet: Fantaisie – Impromptu (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (03:44)
11. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Scaramouche, Op.165: I. Vif (03:03)
12. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Scaramouche, Op.165: II. Modéré (04:03)
13. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Scaramouche, Op.165: III. Brazileira (02:08)
14. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Francaix: Cinq danses exotiques: I. Pambiche (01:03)
15. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Francaix: Cinq danses exotiques: II. Baiao (01:25)
16. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Francaix: Cinq danses exotiques: III. Mambo (01:39)
17. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Francaix: Cinq danses exotiques: IV. Samba lenta (01:25)
18. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Francaix: Cinq danses exotiques: V. Merengue (00:36)
19. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Poulenc: Vocalise-étude (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (03:24)
20. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Quatre Visages, Op. 238: I. La Californienne (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (02:24)
21. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Quatre Visages, Op. 238: II. The Wisconsinian (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (01:12)
22. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Quatre Visages, Op. 238: III. La Bruxelloise (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (03:12)
23. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Milhaud: Quatre Visages, Op. 238: IV. La Parisienne (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (02:15)
24. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Ravel: Vocalise-étude en forme de habanera, M. 51 (Arr. for Saxophone & Piano) (02:44)
25. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Dubois: Pièces caractéristiques en forme de suite, Op. 77: I. À l’espagnole (03:42)
26. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Dubois: Pièces caractéristiques en forme de suite, Op. 77: II. À la russe (02:40)
27. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Dubois: Pièces caractéristiques en forme de suite, Op. 77: III. À la française (04:17)
28. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Dubois: Pièces caractéristiques en forme de suite, Op. 77: IV. À la hongroise (02:14)
29. Alexandre Souillart & Matthieu Acar – Dubois: Pièces caractéristiques en forme de suite, Op. 77: V. À la parisienne (02:52)

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The duo, Alexandre Souillart and Mathieu Acar, offer a repertoire of works created for saxophone and representative of the romantic aesthetic.

Halfway through the 19th century, the saxophone was born. Its representation within Romanticism was only in its infancy and its repertoire did not expand considerably until the following century.

This program around a romantic saxophone and the piano, his faithful sidekick, is therefore a mirror game between original works, emblematic of the defense and promotion of this brand new instrument in its early days, and other representative works. of this romantic aesthetic and which could then nourish the creative fire and the passions of the regulars of Parisian salons. If the latter were originally written for other instrumental alliances, the saxophone, with its warm and powerful sounds, breathes new life into them and therefore did not have to turn pale to be born a century earlier!

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