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Poulenc: Gloria - Honegger: Symphony No. 3, "Symphonie liturgique" (Live)

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

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In spite of the criticism it has received for its alleged flippancy, irreverence, and blithe disregard for the syllabic emphasis of the text setting, Poulenc's Gloria remains one of his most beloved works. Mariss Jansons leads the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Netherlands Radio Choir in a vigorous performance of the piece with Luba Orgonásová as soprano soloist. Jansons doesn't shy away from the work's cheekiness, and with the full complicity of the orchestra and chorus, delivers a satisfyingly gleeful reading. Orgonásová, who has the most consistently reverent music in the score, sings radiantly. A huge emotional gulf separates Poulenc's carefree Gloria from Arthur Honegger's anguished Symphony No. 3 "Liturgique," written immediately after the Second World War. Its three movements are titled "Dies Irae," "De Profundis," and "Dona Nobis Pacem," but the symphony is even more programmatic than the titles suggest. Honegger described the music as a symbolic struggle between misery, happiness, and man, and the theme of conflict is dominant in each movement. The tumultuous first movement recalls Prokofiev at his most violent, and the second, while calmer, is a disconsolate cry from the depths. The third movement is troubled, with strong musical allusions to military imagery and settles into the desired peace only at the end. Jansons leads the orchestra in a vigorous reading of the colorful and turbulent score. The live recording has clean, transparent sound, and virtually no audience noise.
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1
Gloria, FP. 177: I. "Gloria in excelsis Deo" Live
00:02:19

Netherlands Radio Choir, Chorus - Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Luba Orgonasova, Soprano Vocals, FeaturedArtist

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

2
Gloria, FP. 177: II. "Laudamus te" Live
00:03:01

Netherlands Radio Choir, Chorus - Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Luba Orgonasova, Soprano Vocals, FeaturedArtist

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

3
Gloria, FP. 177: III. "Domine Deus" Live
00:04:04

Netherlands Radio Choir, Chorus - Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Luba Orgonasova, Soprano Vocals, FeaturedArtist

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

4
Gloria, FP. 177: IV. "Domine Fili, unigenite" Live
00:01:21

Netherlands Radio Choir, Chorus - Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Luba Orgonasova, Soprano Vocals, FeaturedArtist

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

5
Gloria, FP. 177: V. "Domine Deus, Agnus Dei" Live
00:05:25

Netherlands Radio Choir, Chorus - Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Luba Orgonasova, Soprano Vocals, FeaturedArtist

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

6
Gloria, FP. 177: VI. "Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris" Live
00:06:27

Netherlands Radio Choir, Chorus - Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Francis Poulenc, Composer - Luba Orgonasova, Soprano Vocals, FeaturedArtist

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

7
Symphony No. 3, "Symphonie liturgique": I. Dies irae Live
00:07:13

Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Arthur Honegger, Composer

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

8
Symphony No. 3, "Symphonie liturgique": II. De profundis clamavi (Adagio) Live
00:11:28

Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Arthur Honegger, Composer

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

9
Symphony No. 3, "Symphonie liturgique": III. Dona nobis pacem (Andante) Live
00:10:27

Mariss Jansons, Conductor - Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Arthur Honegger, Composer

2006 RCO Live 2006 RCO Live

Album Description

In spite of the criticism it has received for its alleged flippancy, irreverence, and blithe disregard for the syllabic emphasis of the text setting, Poulenc's Gloria remains one of his most beloved works. Mariss Jansons leads the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Netherlands Radio Choir in a vigorous performance of the piece with Luba Orgonásová as soprano soloist. Jansons doesn't shy away from the work's cheekiness, and with the full complicity of the orchestra and chorus, delivers a satisfyingly gleeful reading. Orgonásová, who has the most consistently reverent music in the score, sings radiantly. A huge emotional gulf separates Poulenc's carefree Gloria from Arthur Honegger's anguished Symphony No. 3 "Liturgique," written immediately after the Second World War. Its three movements are titled "Dies Irae," "De Profundis," and "Dona Nobis Pacem," but the symphony is even more programmatic than the titles suggest. Honegger described the music as a symbolic struggle between misery, happiness, and man, and the theme of conflict is dominant in each movement. The tumultuous first movement recalls Prokofiev at his most violent, and the second, while calmer, is a disconsolate cry from the depths. The third movement is troubled, with strong musical allusions to military imagery and settles into the desired peace only at the end. Jansons leads the orchestra in a vigorous reading of the colorful and turbulent score. The live recording has clean, transparent sound, and virtually no audience noise.
© TiVo

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