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Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé - Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3; Carnaval des animaux album download

Bombastic Cathartic Energetic Majestic Monumental Opulent Rousing Triumphant Uplifting. Charles Dutoit, Peter Hurford, Cristina Ortiz, Pascal Rogé. Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3; Carnaval des animaux. Symphony No. 3 in C minor ("Organ"), Op. 78. 1.

Saint-Saëns, Hurford, Ortiz, Rogé, Dutoit, Montréal ‎– Symphony No. 3, Carnaval Des Animaux. Label: Decca ‎– 430 720-2. Series: Decca Ovation –. Format: CD, Compilation. Composed By – Camille Saint-Saëns. Conductor – Charles Dutoit. Design – Albert Kueh. Double Bass – Robin McGee (tracks: 5 to 18). Engineer – James Lock (2) (tracks: 1 to 4), John Dunkerley (tracks: 5 to 18). Flute – Sebastian Bell (tracks: 5 to 18). Orchestra – Orchestre Symphonique De Montréal (tracks: 1 to 4), London Sinfonietta (tracks: 5 to 18). Organ – Peter Hurford (tracks: 1 to 4). Piano – Cristina Ortiz, Pascal Rogé. Producer – Andrew Cornall (tracks: 5 to 18), Ray Minshull (tracks: 1 to 4).

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 30. Saint-Saëns: Symphony N. in C minor, O. 8 "Organ Symphony" - 1a. Adagio - Allegro moderato

Saint-Saëns: Le Carnaval des Animaux, . 25 - 2. Poules et Coqs by Pascal Rogé & Cristina Ortiz & London Sinfonietta & Charles Dutoit. In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart. 7. Saint-Saëns: Le Carnaval des Animaux, . 25 - 3. Hémiones (Animaux véloces). by Pascal Rogé & Cristina Ortiz & London Sinfonietta & Charles Dutoit. Hémiones (Animaux véloces) by Pascal Rogé & Cristina Ortiz & London Sinfonietta & Charles Dutoit. While the music of Saint-Saëns appears not as popular now as in times past, the Symphony No. 3 still holds a place, mainly due to it being such a blockbuster of composition (and about the only thing the composer ever wrote that is of such a spectacular nature - most of his music is far more refined and tasteful).

Album · 1991 · 18 Songs. 3 in C Minor, Op. 78 "Organ Symphony". Peter Hurford, Charles Dutoit & Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal. 78 "Organ": Ia. Adagio - Allegro moderato. 2. 78 "Organ": Ib. Poco adagio. 3. 78 "Organ": IIa. Allegro moderato - Presto - Allegro moderato. 4. 78 "Organ": IIb. Maestoso - Più allegro - Molto allegro. Le Carnaval des Animaux. Charles Dutoit, London Sinfonietta, Pascal.

Symphony No. Your browser does not support the audio element. Le Carnaval des Animaux: Introduction et Marche Royale du Lion. Le Carnaval des Animaux: Poules et Coqs. Le Carnaval des Animaux: Hémiones (Animaux Véloces).

Pascal Rogé - Satie: Gnossiennes - No. 1 - Lent. The Classical Album 2011. Pascal Rogé - Satie: 3 Gymnopédies - N. The 101 Most Essential Classical Music Pieces Ever. Pascal Rogé - Debussy: Suite bergamasque, . 5 - 3. Clair de lune. Sensual Classics: Classical Music Between The Sheets. Pascal Rogé - Satie: 3 Gymnopédies - Gymnopédie N. Clair de lune

Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns Le Cygne (Le Carnaval Des Animaux). Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns Fossiles (Le Carnaval des Animaux). Charles-Camille Saint-Saens Cello Concerto N. In A Minor, O. 3: 1. Allegro non troppo - Steven Isserlis. Camille Saint-Saëns Le Carnaval des animaux : VII. Aquarium. Saint-Saëns, Charles-Camille Introduction et Rondo capriccioso, in A minor, O. 8. Peter Hurford, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Charles Dutoit 2b. Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns The Swan.

The Ditson Trio Album, Vo. (N. ) Boston: Ditson, 1917. For Mezzo-Soprano and Piano (Mourey). Complete Score - . 6MB, 5 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 774 ⇩ - Mourey. Le Carnaval des Animaux (The Carnival of the Animals). Grande Fantaisie Zoologique. Saint-Saëns, Camille. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Poules et Coqs (Hens and Cocks). III. Hémiones (animaux véloces) (Wild Asses). IV. Tortues (Tortoises). V. L'Éléphant (The Elephant). VI. Kangourous (Kangaroos).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Symphony No. 3 in C minor ("Organ"), Op. 78
1 I. Adagio - Allegro moderato Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
2 Poco Adagio Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
3 II. Allegro maestoso - Presto Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
4 Maestoso - Allegro Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
Carnival of the Animals, zoological fantasy for 2 pianos & ensemble
5 No. 1, Introduction and royal march of the lion Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
6 No. 2, Cocks and hens Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
7 No. 3, Wild asses Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
8 No. 4, Tortoises Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
9 No. 5, Elephants Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
10 No. 6, Kangaroos Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
11 No. 7, Aquarium Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
12 No. 8, People with long ears Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
13 No. 9, Cuckoo in the heart of the woods Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
14 No. 10, Aviary Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
15 No. 11, Pianists Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
16 No. 12, Fossils Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
17 No. 13, The swan Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé
18 No. 14, Finale Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé

Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé - Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3; Carnaval des animaux album download

Performer: Charles Dutoit / Peter Hurford / Cristina Ortiz / Pascal Rogé

Title: Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3; Carnaval des animaux

Duration: 57:25

Style: Symphony,Orchestral

Genre: Classical

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Saint-Saens' Third Symphony is a "rock" symphony of the late romantic period if there ever was one. (Those hearing the first movement for the first time will be reminded of one band or another--for me it brought to mind The Who's Tommy or Quadrophenia). However, that does not mean that performances of the work should emphasize bombast over all else--part of this Dutoit recording's magic is its ability in the first movement to make the surface shimmer while providing the punch needed to make it powerful. Succeeding movements are equally successful, especially with respected Bach organist Peter Hurford. There are plenty of lesser recordings out there, with either not enough body or not enough intricacy, but this is the recording to start with. (Charles Munch's historic recording is also a top-choice, but the sound quality is older.)In his Record Shelf Guide, Jim Svejda writes that a good recording of this piece will make it sound like something that it is not: a great symphony. While Saint-Saens' Third might not stand head-to-head with works by his contemporaries Bruckner and Mahler in terms of profundity and eloquence, it makes for a rich and creamy dessert that, when played well, gives repeated pleasure with every listen and stands on its own terms--and Dutoit and the Montreal Orchestra are the perfect chefs. While you won't be able to actually eat it, it will provide plenty of enjoyable melodies for your daily mental soundtrack as you go about your work, and that, to me, is part of what makes a piece great! Can one think of a better four-movement symphony to come out of France in the second half of the 1800s? If so, your comments are welcomed.
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Saint-Saens' Third Symphony is a "rock" symphony of the late romantic period if there ever was one. (Those hearing the first movement for the first time will be reminded of one band or another--for me it brought to mind The Who's Tommy or Quadrophenia). However, that does not mean that performances of the work should emphasize bombast over all else--part of this Dutoit recording's magic is its ability in the first movement to make the surface shimmer while providing the punch needed to make it powerful. Succeeding movements are equally successful, especially with respected Bach organist Peter Hurford. There are plenty of lesser recordings out there, with either not enough body or not enough intricacy, but this is the recording to start with. (Charles Munch's historic recording is also a top-choice, but the sound quality is older.)In his Record Shelf Guide, Jim Svejda writes that a good recording of this piece will make it sound like something that it is not: a great symphony. While Saint-Saens' Third might not stand head-to-head with works by his contemporaries Bruckner and Mahler in terms of profundity and eloquence, it makes for a rich and creamy dessert that, when played well, gives repeated pleasure with every listen and stands on its own terms--and Dutoit and the Montreal Orchestra are the perfect chefs. While you won't be able to actually eat it, it will provide plenty of enjoyable melodies for your daily mental soundtrack as you go about your work, and that, to me, is part of what makes a piece great! Can one think of a better four-movement symphony to come out of France in the second half of the 1800s? If so, your comments are welcomed.