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Philippe Jaroussky - Green: Mélodies françaises (2015) [HDTracks]



Artist: Philippe Jaroussky
Title: Green: Mélodies françaises sur des poemes de Verlaine
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Warner Classics / Erato
Genre: Classical, Vocal
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/96kHz]
Total Time: 01:51:52
Total Size: 1,96 GB (d.booklet)

Philippe Jaroussky contre-ténor
Jérôme Ducros piano
Quatuor Ebene
Pierre Colombet violon
Gabriel Le Magadure violon
Mathieu Herzog alto
Raphaël Merlin violoncelle
Nathalie Stutzmann alto

Recorded: Salle Colonne, Paris, 2–7. vi 2014, 13–17. x 2014.

In his second album of French song from the 19th and 20th centuries – following the ground-breaking Opium, released in 2009 – countertenor Philippe Jaroussky explores settings of poems by Paul Verlaine (1844-96). One of France’s most revered fin-de-siecle poets and a pioneer of the decadent and symbolist movements, Verlaine famously declared his philosophy in the first line of Art poétique in 1874: ‘De la musique avant toute chose’ – ‘music before all else.’ In his poetry, the sound and the shape of each line carries meaning and expression, adding resonance to the words, which often evoke a twilit world of ambiguous emotions.
Verlaine has duly inspired many French composers – from his contemporaries, such as Debussy (whose piano piece Clair de lune draws on the poem of the same name and features on this album), Fauré, Saint-Saëns, Massenet and Chabrier, through the following generation (Honegger and Varese) to songwriters from the 1940s-1970s, including Georges Brassens, Charles Trenet and Léo Ferré.
The album takes its title from one of the poems in the collection Romances sans paroles (‘Songs without words’ – the musical connection again). Verlaine himself gave it an English name, ‘Green’, and there are no fewer than three settings in Jaroussky’s recital – by Debussy, Fauré and André Caplet, the latter best known for his orchestrations of Debussy piano music.
Jaroussky, speaking of a Verlaine setting by Reynaldo Hahn, has said that poet and composer “conveys a feeling of both moonlit abstraction and of the allusive, but very sensual caress of the beloved. There is always a sensual element in Verlaine’s writing.” ....

Tracklist:

01. Léo Ferré (1916–1993) 1 Colloque sentimental (3:27)
02. Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924) 2 Mandoline (1:41)
03. Déodat de Séverac (1872–1921) 3 Le ciel est, par-dessus le toit (2:55)
04. Józef Zygmunt Szulc (1875–1956) 4 Clair de lune (3:14)
05. Claude Debussy (1862–1918) 5 En sourdine (3:00)
06. Claude Debussy 6 Fantoches (1:17)
07. Claude Debussy 7 Clair de lune (3:10)
08. Gabriel Fauré 8 C’est l’extase (2:48)
09. Ernest Chausson (1855–1899) 9 La Chanson bien douce (2:51)
10. Gabriel Fauré 10 Green (1:41)
11. Charles Bordes (1863–1909) 11 Ô triste, triste était mon âme (1:43)
12. Camille Saint-Saëns (1935–1921) 12 Le Vent dans la plaine (‘C’est l’extase langoureuse’) (1:21)
13. Gabriel Fauré 13 En sourdine (2:54)
14. Emmanuel Chabrier (1841–1894) 14 Air de Fisch-Ton-Kan (‘Qui je suis’) (2:34)
15. Reynaldo Hahn (1874–1947) 15 En sourdine (3:13)
16. Gabriel Fauré 16 Prison (‘Le ciel est, par-dessus le toit’) (2:17)
17. Claude Debussy 17 Mandoline (1:29)
18. Ernest Chausson 18 Apaisement (‘La lune blanche’) (2:18)
19. Arthur Honegger (1892–1955) 19 Un grand sommeil noir (1:59)
20. Gabriel Fauré 20 Spleen (‘Il pleure dans mon coeur’) (2:06)
21. Jules Massenet (1842–1912) 21 Revons, c’est l’heure (‘La lune blanche’) (3:44)
22. Edgard Varese (1883–1965) 22 Un grand sommeil noir (2:56)
23. Léo Ferré 23 Écoutez la chanson bien douce (2:37)
24. Gabriel Fauré 24 Clair de lune (2:37)
25. Reynaldo Hahn 25 Chanson d’automne (2:10)
26. André Caplet (1878–1925) 26 Green (3:10)
27. Claude Debussy 27 Il pleure dans mon coeur (2:30)
28. Poldowski (1879–1932) 28 L’Heure exquise (‘La lune blanche’) (2:35)
29. Poldowski 29 Colombine (1:43)
30. Charles Trenet (1913–2001) 30 Verlaine (Chanson d’automne) (2:50)
31. Poldowski 31 Mandoline (1:27)
32. Florent Schmitt (1870–1958) 32 Il pleure dans mon coeur (2:59)
33. Reynaldo Hahn 33 D’une prison (‘Le ciel est, par-dessus le toit’) (3:02)
34. Emmanuel Chabrier 34 Air de Poussah (‘J’engraisse’) (2:59)
35. Charles Koechlin (1867–1950) 35 Il pleure dans mon coeur (3:06)
36. Gabriel Fauré 36 La lune blanche luit dans les bois (2:50)
37. Charles Bordes 37 Promenade sentimentale (3:30)
38. Claude Debussy 38 Green (2:16)
39. Joseph Canteloube (1879–1957) 39 Colloque sentimental (4:45)
40. Claude Debussy 40 Les Ingénus (2:20)
41. Claude Debussy 41 Le Faune (2:09)
42. Claude Debussy 42 Colloque sentimental (3:43)
43. Georges Brassens (1921–1981) 43 Colombine (1:48)







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