Pierre Monteux Debussy: Marche Ecossaise; Berceuse Héroique etc

Debussy: Marche Ecossaise; Berceuse Héroique etc

Pierre Monteux

Released on January 1, 2006 by Decca

Main artist: London Symphony Orchestra

Genre: Classical

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Album : 1 disk - 10 tracks Total length : 01:08:51

  1. 1 Debussy: Marche Ecossaise

    Claude Debussy, Composer - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Eduard van Beinum, Conductor, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1959 Universal International Music B.V.

  2. 2 Debussy: Berceuse héroïque

    Claude Debussy, Composer - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Eduard van Beinum, Conductor, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1959 Universal International Music B.V.

  3. Danses for Harp and Orchestra, L.103 (Claude Debussy)
  4. 3 1. Danse sacrée

    Claude Debussy, Composer - Eduard van Beinum, Conductor, MainArtist - John Culshaw, Recording Producer - Phia Berghout, Harp, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - The Chamber Music Society of Amsterdam, Orchestra, Ensemble, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 1952 Decca Music Group Limited

  5. 4 2. Danse profane

    Claude Debussy, Composer - Eduard van Beinum, Conductor, MainArtist - John Culshaw, Recording Producer - Phia Berghout, Harp, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - The Chamber Music Society of Amsterdam, Orchestra, Ensemble, MainArtist - Kenneth Wilkinson, Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 1952 Decca Music Group Limited

  6. Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien - Fragments symphoniques, L.124
  7. 5 1. La Cour des Lys

    Claude Debussy, Composer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Monteux, Conductor, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1963 Universal International Music B.V.

  8. 6 2. Danse extatique et Final du 1er Acte

    Claude Debussy, Composer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Monteux, Conductor, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1963 Universal International Music B.V.

  9. 7 4. La Passion

    Claude Debussy, Composer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Monteux, Conductor, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 1963 Universal International Music B.V.

  10. 8 5. Le Bon Pasteur

    Claude Debussy, Composer - London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Monteux, Conductor, MainArtist - Roger Lord, Cor Anglais, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer Copyright : ℗ 1963 Universal International Music B.V.

  11. 9 Debussy: Première Rhapsodie

    Claude Debussy, Composer - Bernard Haitink, Conductor, MainArtist - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - George Pieterson, Clarinet, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Volker Straus, Recording Producer - Cees Huizinga, Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 1977 Universal International Music B.V.

  12. 10 Debussy: Jeux (Poème dansé), L.126

    Claude Debussy, Composer - Bernard Haitink, Conductor, MainArtist - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Volker Straus, Recording Producer - Cees Huizinga, Recording Engineer Copyright : ℗ 1980 Universal International Music B.V.

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