Chansons Madecasses/Two Piano Pieces/Violin & Cello Sonata. Sites auriculaires, for two pianos (1897): II. Entre Cloches.
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The Sonata for Violin and Cello (French: Sonate pour violon et violoncelle) is a composition written by Maurice Ravel from 1920 to 1922. He dedicated it to Claude Debussy, who had died in 1918. It premiered on 6 April 1922 with Hélène Jourdan-Morhange playing the violin and Maurice Maréchal the cello. The work consists of four movements: Allégro. Vif. Sonata for Violin and Cello (Ravel): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP).
Album · 1978 · 10 Songs. Entre Cloches (LP Version). Gilbert Kalish & Paul Jacobs. 6. Frontispice, for 5 hands (1918) (LP Version). Sonata for Violin & Cello (1920-22): Vif, avec entrain (LP Version). Isidore Choen & Timothy Eddy. 10 Songs, 42 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1978. 2005 Rhino Entertainment.
Chansons madecasses: III. Il est doux de se coucher - Jan DeGaetani/Paul Dunkel/Donald Anderson/Gilbert Kalish. 4. Sites auriculaires: I. Habanera - Paul Jacobs/Gilbert Kalish. 5. Sites auriculaires: II. Entre Cloches - Paul Jacobs/Gilbert Kalish The first one is for two piano and the second one is for five hands, originally all playing one piano but more easily performed on two. I won't try to describe them. The Sonata for violin & cello was completed in 1922 and gosh it sounds like Bela Bartok at many points, a composer which it appears Ravel would have encountered. The work has really grown on me. It is a modernist work but is tonal and sounds like nothing else Ravel produced at any time in his life.
Play full-length songs from Maurice Ravel: Chansons Madecasses/Two Piano Pieces/Violin & Cello Sonata by Maurice Ravel on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. The spare minimalism of Ravel's setting lets the poems of Evariste-Desire de Parny live in dramatic intensity in Chansons Madecasses. First comes a lover's tryst. Then there's a blood-curdling indictment against Madagascar's colonialism, and finally a night reverie. 1. Chansons Madecasses (1925-26); I. Nahandove. Sites auriculaires, for two pianos (1897): I. Habanera. Frontispice, for 5 hands (1918). 7. Sonata for Violin & Cello (1920-22): Allegro. 8. Sonata for Violin & Cello (1920-22): Tres vif. Play.
Maurice Ravel: Chansons Madecasses/Two Piano Pieces/Violin & Cello Sonata, an album by Maurice Ravel, Jan De Gaetani/Paul Dunkel/Donald Anderson/Gilbert Kalish/et al. on this site. 2. Chansons Madecasses (1925-26); II. Mefiez-vous des blancs. 3. Chansons Madecasses (1925-26); III. Il est doux de se coucher. Sites auriculaires, for 2 pianos (1897): I. Sites auriculaires, for 2 pianos (1897): II.
Chansons madécasses (Ravel, Maurice). 3 Chansons (Ravel, Maurice). Chants populaires (Ravel, Maurice). Sonata for Violin and Cello (Ravel, Maurice). Sonatine (Ravel, Maurice). String Quartet in F major (Ravel, Maurice). Violin Sonata N. (Ravel, Maurice). Vocalise-étude en forme de Habanera (Ravel, Maurice). Album of Ballet Themes for the Junior String Orchestra (Various). Album of Concerto Themes for the Junior String Orchestra (Various). M. Musique de chambre (CND 1029) (Ravel, Maurice).
Sonata for Violin & Cello (1920-22) Isidore Cohen, violin Timothy Eddy, cello. C Ludwig (Masterdisk Corp. Mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani and pianist Gilbert Kalish explore lesser-known works from Maurice Ravel. The Christian Science Monitor noted that these early works provide glimpses into the formative imagination of the composer, and declared the performances here to be exquisite and superb.
Chansons madécasses, song cycle for soprano, flute, cello & piano. Méfiez-vous des blancs. Frontispiece, for 2 pianos (5 hands). Sonata for violin & cello.
PLAY ALL. Maurice Ravel: Chansons Madecasses/Two Piano Pieces/Violin & Cello Sonata. Released by Warner Music Group Aug 2012 10 Tracks.
|A2||II. Méfiez-Vouz Des Blancs||3:58|
|A3||III. Il Est Doux De Se Coucher||3:58|
|Sites Auriculaires, For 2 Pianos||(6:40)|
|A5||II. Entre Cloches||2:54|
|A6||Frontispice, For 5 Hands||1:32|
|Sonata For Violin & Cello||(20:19)|
|B2||2. Très Vif||3:11|
|B4||4. Vif, Avec Entrain||5:34|
- Artwork [Cover Art] – Paul Gauguin
- Cello – Donald Anderson (tracks: A1 to A3), Timothy Eddy (tracks: B1 to B4)
- Composed By – Maurice Ravel
- Coordinator – Teresa Sterne
- Design, Art Direction – Paula Bisacca
- Flute – Paul Dunkel (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Liner Notes – Roy Howat
- Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig*
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Jan DeGaetani (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Piano – Gilbert Kalish (tracks: A1 to A6), Paul Jacobs (tracks: A4 to A6), Teresa Sterne (tracks: A6)
- Translated By [Lyrics] – Robert Erich Wolf
- Violin – Isidore Cohen (tracks: B1 to B4)
A1 to A3: 1925-26
A4, A5: 1897
B1 to B4: 1920-22
Performer: Maurice Ravel
Title: Chansons Madécasses / Sites Auriculaires / Sonata For Violin And Cello
Date of release: 1978
Size MP3: 1351 mb
Size FLAC: 1872 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: MIDI AHX FLAC AU MPC AHX DTS