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Ariane Matiakh|Charles Koechlin: The Seven Stars' Symphony, Op. 132 & Vers la voûte étoilée, Op. 129

Charles Koechlin: The Seven Stars' Symphony, Op. 132 & Vers la voûte étoilée, Op. 129

Ariane Matiakh - Sinfonieorchester Basel

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Music by the marvelous, criminally underrated composer and “Aural Alchemist” Charles Koechlin is always a discovery and invariably. “Koechlin can daub with notes as Seurat daubed with bright pigments on canvas [he] could, whenever he wished, bathe his music in the impressionist glories of Debussy and Ravel or give it the delicacy of Fauré and then toughen it up with some Roussel-like grinding rhythms” (Robert Reilly). He is an impressionist dreamboat. With a title like The Seven Stars Symphony and following so closely on the heels of the equally enchanting Vers la voûte étoilée, you’d think the work was some spectacular colorist bonanza of celestial ambitions. Actually, it’s Koechlin’s ode to his favorite film stars – but no less bewitching for that. © Capriccio

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Charles Koechlin: The Seven Stars' Symphony, Op. 132 & Vers la voûte étoilée, Op. 129

Ariane Matiakh

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The Seven Stars' Symphony, Op. 132 (Charles Koechlin)

1
I. Douglas Fairbanks
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:06:12

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

2
II. Lilian Harvey
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:02:17

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

3
III. Greta Garbo
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:04:14

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

4
IV. Clara Bow
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:06:10

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

5
V. Merlène Dietrich
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:04:48

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

6
VI. Emil Jannings
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:04:30

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

7
VII. Charlie Chaplin
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:15:08

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

Vers la voûte étoilée, Op. 129 (Charles Koechlin)

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Vers la voûte étoilée, Op. 129
Sinfonieorchester Basel
00:13:13

Charles Koechlin, Composer - Sinfonieorchester Basel, Orchestra, MainArtist - Ariane Matiakh, Conductor, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CapriccioNR (P) 2021 CapriccioNR

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Music by the marvelous, criminally underrated composer and “Aural Alchemist” Charles Koechlin is always a discovery and invariably. “Koechlin can daub with notes as Seurat daubed with bright pigments on canvas [he] could, whenever he wished, bathe his music in the impressionist glories of Debussy and Ravel or give it the delicacy of Fauré and then toughen it up with some Roussel-like grinding rhythms” (Robert Reilly). He is an impressionist dreamboat. With a title like The Seven Stars Symphony and following so closely on the heels of the equally enchanting Vers la voûte étoilée, you’d think the work was some spectacular colorist bonanza of celestial ambitions. Actually, it’s Koechlin’s ode to his favorite film stars – but no less bewitching for that. © Capriccio

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