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Ravel: L'heure espagnole, M. 52 & Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, M. 84

Leonard Slatkin, Orchestre National de Lyon, Luca Lombardo, Isabelle Druet

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Leonard Slatkin is an exceptionally versatile conductor, but it is perhaps in French repertoire of the 19th and 20th centuries that he feels most comfortable. The singers in Ravel's exquisitely formed little comic opera L'Heure espagnole, complete with cheating lovers hidden inside grandfather's clocks carried up and down stairs, are all entirely appropriate and admirably clear, but it is really Slatkin who's the star here, right from the "Introduction" that's so artfully linked to what follows. Ravel here cultivates a kind of updated accompanied recitative, well matched to his stated goal of reviving the old tradition of Italian opera buffa. The dialogue seems straightforward, but it is subtly and considerably heightened by the music in ways that may be clear to the listener only in retrospect. Sample the sly "Salut à la belle Horlogère!" (track eight) for a taste of how Slatkin holds the entire scene, orchestra and singing of mezzo-soprano Isabelle Druet, in the palm of his hand, and of the light sexiness in the opera embodied in the afternoon-delight-seeking Concepción. A bonus is the set of three Don Quichotte à Dulcinée songs, the last work Ravel completed. Highly recommended and absolutely delightful.
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L'heure espagnole, M. 52 (Maurice Ravel)

1
Introduction
Orchestre National De Lyon
00:02:27

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Daniel Zalay, Producer - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra, MainArtist - Hugues Deschaux, Engineer

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

2
Scene 1: Senor Torquemada, horloger de Tolede? (Ramiro, Torquemada)
Marc Barrard
00:01:55

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Luca Lombardo, Artist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

3
Scene 2: Totor! (Concepcion, Torquemada, Ramiro)
Isabelle Druet
00:02:05

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Luca Lombardo, Artist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

4
Scene 3: Il reste, voila bien ma chance! (Concepcion, Ramiro, Gonzalve)
Isabelle Druet
00:02:21

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

5
Scene 4: Il etait temps, voici Gonzalve! (Concepcion, Gonzalve)
Isabelle Druet
00:03:05

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

6
Scene 5: C'est fait, l'horloge est a sa place (Ramiro, Concepcion, Gonzalve)
Marc Barrard
00:01:33

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist - Isabelle Druet, Artist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

7
Scene 6: Maintenant pas de temps a perdre! (Concepcion, Gonzalve)
Isabelle Druet
00:01:37

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

8
Scene 7: Salut a la belle horlogere! (Inigo, Concepcion)
Nicolas Courjal
00:01:57

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Nicolas Courjal, Artist, MainArtist - Isabelle Druet, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

9
Scene 8: Voila!… Et maintenant a l'autre!… (Ramiro, Concepcion, Inigo)
Marc Barrard
00:01:24

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist - Nicolas Courjal, Artist - Isabelle Druet, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

10
Scene 9: Evidemment, elle me congedie (Inigo)
Nicolas Courjal
00:02:03

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Nicolas Courjal, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

11
Scene 10: Voila ce que j'appelle une femme charmante (Ramiro)
Marc Barrard
00:02:04

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

12
Scene 11: Monsieur, ah! Monsieur! (Concepcion, Ramiro)
Isabelle Druet
00:00:36

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

13
Scene 12: Enfin, il part! (Inigo, Concepcion)
Nicolas Courjal
00:03:08

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Nicolas Courjal, Artist, MainArtist - Isabelle Druet, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

14
Scene 13: Voila l'objet! Que faut-il que j'en fasse? (Ramiro, Concepcion, Inigo)
Marc Barrard
00:00:58

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist - Nicolas Courjal, Artist - Isabelle Druet, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

15
Scene 14: Ah! vous, n'est-ce pas, preste! (Concepcion, Gonzalve)
Isabelle Druet
00:01:34

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

16
Scene 15: En depit de cette inhumaine (Gonzalve)
Frederic Antoun
00:01:31

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Frédéric Antoun, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

17
Scene 16: Voila ce que j'appelle une femme charmante (Ramiro, Concepcion)
Marc Barrard
00:02:52

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist - Isabelle Druet, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

18
Scene 17: Oh! la pitoyable aventure! (Concepcion, Gonzalve)
Isabelle Druet
00:02:58

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Isabelle Druet, Artist, MainArtist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

19
Scene 18: Voila!… Et maintenant, Senora, je suis pret (Ramiro, Concepcion)
Marc Barrard
00:01:28

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist, MainArtist - Isabelle Druet, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

20
Scene 19: Mon oeil anxieux interroge (Inigo, Gonzalve)
Nicolas Courjal
00:03:42

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Nicolas Courjal, Artist, MainArtist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

21
Scene 20: Il n'est, pour l'horloger, de joie egale (Torquemada, Inigo, Gonzalve)
Luca Lombardo
00:02:15

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Luca Lombardo, Artist, MainArtist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Nicolas Courjal, Artist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

22
Scene 21: Pardieu, demenageur, vous venez a propos! (Inigo, Torquemada, Ramiro, Concepcion, Gonzalve)
Nicolas Courjal
00:04:49

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - Luca Lombardo, Artist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Marc Barrard, Artist - Nicolas Courjal, Artist, MainArtist - Isabelle Druet, Artist - Frédéric Antoun, Artist

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, M. 84 (Maurice Ravel)

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No. 1. Chanson romanesque
François Le Roux
00:02:06

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - François Le Roux, Artist, MainArtist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra - Hugues Deschaux, Engineer - Quentin Hindley, Producer

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

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No. 2. Chanson epique
François Le Roux
00:03:04

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - François Le Roux, Artist, MainArtist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

25
No. 3. Chanson a boire
François Le Roux
00:01:57

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Leonard Slatkin, Conductor - François Le Roux, Artist, MainArtist - Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestra

(C) 2016 Naxos (P) 2016 Naxos

Album Description

Leonard Slatkin is an exceptionally versatile conductor, but it is perhaps in French repertoire of the 19th and 20th centuries that he feels most comfortable. The singers in Ravel's exquisitely formed little comic opera L'Heure espagnole, complete with cheating lovers hidden inside grandfather's clocks carried up and down stairs, are all entirely appropriate and admirably clear, but it is really Slatkin who's the star here, right from the "Introduction" that's so artfully linked to what follows. Ravel here cultivates a kind of updated accompanied recitative, well matched to his stated goal of reviving the old tradition of Italian opera buffa. The dialogue seems straightforward, but it is subtly and considerably heightened by the music in ways that may be clear to the listener only in retrospect. Sample the sly "Salut à la belle Horlogère!" (track eight) for a taste of how Slatkin holds the entire scene, orchestra and singing of mezzo-soprano Isabelle Druet, in the palm of his hand, and of the light sexiness in the opera embodied in the afternoon-delight-seeking Concepción. A bonus is the set of three Don Quichotte à Dulcinée songs, the last work Ravel completed. Highly recommended and absolutely delightful.
© TiVo

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