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Le Martyre de Saint Sebastien;Khamma;Le roi Lear;
L'enfant prodigue

  • Künstler: Orchestre National de Lyon, Jun Märkl
  • Label: Naxos, DDD, 2009
  • Bestellnummer: 1133750
  • Erscheinungstermin: 30.8.2010
  1. 1 Le martyre de St. Sebastien: Fragments symphoniques: No. 1. La cour de lys (from Act I: Prelude) Start
  2. 2 Le martyre de St. Sebastien: Fragments symphoniques: No. 2. Danse extatique et Final (from Act I) Start
  3. 3 Le Martyre De St. Sebastien: Fragments Symphoniques: No. 3. La Passion (From Act Iii) Start
  4. 4 Le martyre de St. Sebastien: Fragments symphoniques: No. 4. Le bon pasteur (from Act IV) Start
  5. 5 Le martyre de St. Sebastien, Act II. La chambre magique: Prelude Start
  6. 6 Le Martyre De St. Sebastien: Act Iii: Le Concile Des Faux Dieux: 2 Fanfares: Fanfare No. 1 Start
  7. 7 Le Martyre De St. Sebastien: Act Iii: Le Concile Des Faux Dieux: 2 Fanfares: Fanfare No. 2 Start
  8. 8 Khamma (arr. C. Koechlin): Khamma Start
  9. 9 Le roi Lear (orch. J. Roger-Ducasse): Fanfare d'ouverture Start
  10. 10 Le roi Lear (orch. J. Roger-Ducasse): Le sommeil de Lear Start
  11. 11 L'enfant prodigue: Cortege et Air de danse Start

Produktinfo

The fourth volume in Naxos's highly praised series of Debussy's Orchestral Works presents music drawn from three of his theatrical ventures and from one of his Prix de Rome entries. The prelude, fanfares and four symphonic fragments from Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien were taken for concert performance from Debussy's incidental music for Gabriele D'Annunzio's scandalous mystery play. While rarely heard today, the 'danced legend' Khamma, set in ancient Egypt, and incidental music for Shakespeare's King Lear, provide suitably atmospheric music, as do the Cortège et air de danse from The Prodigal Son, the cantata which gained Debussy the Prix de Rome in 1884.

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