Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – Bizet: Roma – Marche Funèbre (2015) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud - Bizet: Roma - Marche Funèbre (2015) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud
Album: Bizet: Roma – Marche Funèbre
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2015
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:18:16
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 2,69 GB

Tracklist:

1. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – Marche funebre in B Minor (08:26)
2. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – Overture in A Major (12:35)
3. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – Patrie Overture (12:21)
4. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – Jeux d’enfants: No. 8. Les Quatre Coins (version for orchestra) (02:58)
5. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – No. 1. Marche: Trompette et tambour (02:16)
6. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – No. 2. Berceuse: La Poupee (02:46)
7. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – No. 3. Impromptu: La toupie (01:02)
8. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – No. 4. Duo: Petit mari, petite femme (02:55)
9. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – No. 5. Galop: Le bal (01:47)
10. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – I. Andante tranquillo – Allegro agitato – Andante (11:31)
11. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – II. Allegro vivace (05:32)
12. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – III. Andante molto (07:34)
13. Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra, Jean-Luc Tingaud – IV. Allegro vivacissimo (06:29)

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The Ireland RTE National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jean-Luc Tingaud present this fascinating programme of orchestral works by Georges Bizet, which includes a number of seldom performed works and reveals more of his talent for writing colourful, atmospheric and melodic music. Of note here is Roma, conceived in Italy as a symphony after Bizet had won the Prix de Rome. The work occupied the composer for 11 years before the final version heard on this recording.The success of Bizet’s opera Carmen has overshadowed the rest of his output, but this fascinating orchestral programme, which includes a number of seldom performed works, reveals more of his talent for writing colourful, atmospheric and melodic music. The Overture in A was Bizet’s first orchestral work and unperformed in his lifetime, while the Marche funèbre was originally the prelude to an opera about love and vengeance, now lost. The dramatic overture Patrie captures the mood following the Franco-Prussian war of 1870–71, while the Petite suite is a set of orchestrations of movements from Jeux d’enfants (Children’s Games). Conceived in Italy as a symphony, after Bizet had won the Prix de Rome, Roma occupied the composer for 11 years before the final version heard here.

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