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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Charles-Dominique, Luc, 2004, << De Rivares a Canteloube : le discours et la methode des "folkloristes historiques" languedociens et gascons, d'apres les prefaces de leurs anthologies >> dans Claire Torreilles et Marie-Jeanne Verny (dir.), Contes e cants.
The contract is for the construction work of Canteloube place, the place of Europe, street Biberach, Verdi Street, the area around the turn of Europe and liaison Erba.
CHEPSTOW: The Drill Hall (01291 628552), Canteloube Wind Trio with Jennie-Lee Keetley (oboe), Richard Russell (clarinet) and Stuart Russell (bassoon).
Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne (Virgin 90714)--Sounded true to the recording, which is cool and bright, but it didn't exaggerate the weaknesses.
``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.
Take Joseph Canteloube. Just as well he wasn't a Newfoundlander.
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.
Stanton Welch's Of Blessed Memory, to some of Canteloube's Songs of the Auvergne, was apparently inspired by "youth, motherhood, and the transitions families have to endure when the children grow up and leave." I say apparently because the work, a first ballet created in 1991 by the then-21-year-old choreographer for his home company, the Australian Ballet, looked a plotless piece, full of evident promise but far too long.
There was just one musically insensitive passage; unfortunately it was when Walton's score was at its most quietly delicate as it used the "Bailero" from Canteloube's adaptations of Auvergne folksongs for an exquisite English horn solo backed by strings.
Further resonances from Severac's devotion to southern causes come from his friendship with Canteloube and from discussion of his own opera Le Coeur du moulin.
For the music society concert at St Paul's Hall in Huddersfield on Monday, November 2, at 7.30pm, their programme includes Poulenc's Oboe Sonata, Glinka's Trio, the Sonatine by Ravel and works by Florent Schmitt, Canteloube, Saint-Saens and Mozart.
22 with soprano Dawn Upshaw performing Osvaldo Golijov's Three Songs for Soprano and Marie-Joseph Canteloube's Selections from "Songs of the Auvergne." The evening also features Maurice Ravel's "Alborada del Gracioso" and Ottorino Respighi's "Pines of Rome."