Canteloube


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Canteloube

(Marie) Joseph . 1879-- 1957, French composer, best known for his Chants d'Auvergne (1923--30)
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After setting us firmly in French mode for the evening with a Pastorale by Canteloube and their own arrangement of Saint-Saens' The Swan, they immediately made an Italianate diversion with Glinka's Trio Pathetique for clarinet, bassoon and piano.
ALPINE SYMPHONY: Vasily Petrenko conducts Tchaikovsky The Seasons: September, October, November, December, Canteloube Songs of the Auvergne and Richard Strauss' An Alpine Symphony along with mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson.
Les compositeurs, Raynaldo Hahn (1874-1947), Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Henri Collet (1885-1951), Maurice Ravel (1875-1937), Jesus Guridi (1886-1961) et Joseph Canteloube (1879-1957), ont ete savamment repris par la soprane lyrique Amel Brahim-Djelloul.
Some pages (Joseph Canteloube and Georges Boulanger, for instance) are blank.
Charles-Dominique, Luc, 2000, << De Rivares a Canteloube : le discours et la methode des "folkloristes historiques" languedociens et gascons, d'apres les prefaces de leurs anthologies >>, dans Francois Pic (dir.
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Watts is appearing here in a last-minute substitution for soprano Dawn Upshaw, who had been scheduled to sing works by Osvaldo Golijov and Joseph Canteloube at the concert.
CHEPSTOW: The Drill Hall (01291 628552), Canteloube Wind Trio with Jennie-Lee Keetley (oboe), Richard Russell (clarinet) and Stuart Russell (bassoon).
This time the first half of the programme is primarily classical and there are some, I would say folk-based pieces, some beautiful Spanish pieces by Rodrigo and some French songs by Canteloube.
Canteloube was born in the Auvergne area of France in 1879.
One of the biggest attractions will be popular soprano Lesley Garrett who will be at Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry on Tuesday at 8pm, to give a concert spanning a broad spectrum of music, including songs by Vaughan Williams, Faur and Canteloube, as well as new arrangements of classics and contemporary material.
30pm, their programme includes Poulenc's Oboe Sonata, Glinka's Trio, the Sonatine by Ravel and works by Florent Schmitt, Canteloube, Saint-Saens and Mozart.