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Marina Comparato and Elisa Triulzi - Mélodies: Chopin mazurkas and other songs (2014)

3-02-2015, 20:05
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Marina Comparato and Elisa Triulzi - Mélodies: Chopin mazurkas and other songs (2014)

Artist: Marina Comparato and Elisa Triulzi
Title Of Album: Mélodies: Chopin mazurkas and other songs
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Brilliant Classics
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 79:28 min
Total Size: 182 / 303 MB
WebSite: amazon


12 Mazurkas
1. Seize ans
2. Aime-moi
3. Plainte d'amour
4. Coquette
5. L'Oiselet
6. Separation
7. La Fete
8. Faible coeur
9. La jeune fille
10. Berceuse
11. La Danse
12. La Beaute

from Six melodies (1887)
13. No.5 Madrid

14. Canzonett de Concert

Albom de Chant pour 1850
15. Solitude
16. La petite Chevriere
17. L'Absence
18. Un jour de printemps
19. Villanelle
20. En Mer
21. La Chanson de Loic
22. Marie et Julie
23. La Luciole
24. Tarentelle

Daughter of the famous tenor García, himself a favourite of Gioachino Rossini, Pauline Viardot was originally destined to become a pianist (and was at one time tutored by Liszt) before the deaths of her father and singersister saw her retrained as a mezzosoprano by her mother. In 1839 she made her operatic debut in London, subsequently achieving renown on the concert and operatic stages of Great Britain, Germany and Russia in particular. Among her admirers in St Petersburg was the young Ivan Turgenev, later to become the bestknown author of his country in Europe and North America.

Viardots place in the history books is not down to vocal prowess alone, for she was also a keen composer, writing in various genres and languages throughout her adult life. Unsurprisingly it is the song that dominates the majority of her output, and Viardot also included as part of her oeuvre arrangements for voice of instrumental works the most famous being those based on Chopins Mazurkas, which we know she performed in concert together with the composer at least one occasion.

In addition to the Canzonetta de Concert, now thought to be based on a string quartet by Roman Hoffstetter, the release includes the 10 mélodies par Pauline Viardot her second collection of étrennes (thenfashionable New Year presents for music lovers) in which she explores rhythmic and other elements of verse, mainly by French poets unknown today. Viardot never forgot her Spanish roots, however, as Caña española and Madrid (No.5 from her 1887 album) attest. Figures with whom her illustrious career brought her into contact are also acknowledged Meyerbeer and Berlioz are among the dedicatees in 10 mélodies.

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