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Pierre Boulez|Pierre Boulez Conducts Debussy  (G010004406632U)

Pierre Boulez Conducts Debussy (G010004406632U)

Pierre Boulez

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La Mer, L. 109 (Claude Debussy)

1
No. 1, De l'aube a midi sur la mer
00:08:51

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

2
No. 2, Jeux de vagues
00:07:17

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

3
No. 3, Dialogue du vent et de la mer
00:07:35

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

Nocturnes, L. 91 (Claude Debussy)

4
No. 1, Nuages
00:07:01

Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer

(P) 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

5
No. 2, Fêtes
00:06:39

Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer

(P) 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

6
No. 3, Sirènes
00:10:59

John Alldis Choir, Choir - Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer

(P) 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

Printemps, L. 61 (Claude Debussy)

7
I. Très modéré
00:09:52

Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer

(P) 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

8
II. Modéré
00:06:07

Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer

(P) 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Première Rhapsodie, L. 116 (Version for Orchestra with Solo Clarinet)
00:08:36

Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Gervase De Peyer, Clarinet

(P) 1971 Sony Music Entertainment

DISC 2

1
Prélude a l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86
00:09:41

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Jeux, L. 126
00:17:02

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - New Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

Images pour orchestre, L. 122 (Claude Debussy)

3
I. Gigues
00:07:35

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

4
II. Ibéria: No. 1, Par les rues et par les chemins
00:07:07

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

5
II. Ibéria: No. 2, Les Parfums de la nuit
00:08:11

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

6
II. Ibéria: No. 3, Le Matin d'un jour de fête
00:04:21

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

7
III. Rondes de printemps
00:08:05

Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

Danses, L. 103 (Claude Debussy)

8
I. Danse sacrée
00:05:09

Alice Chalifoux, Harp - Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

9
II. Danse profane
00:05:00

Alice Chalifoux, Harp - Thomas Z. Shepard, Producer - Claude Debussy, Composer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - The Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestra

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

DISC 3

Pelléas et Mélisande, L. 88 (Claude Debussy)

1
Act I: Scene I, Une forêt "Je ne pourrai plus sortir de cette forêt"
00:12:26

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Donald McIntyre, Bass Baritone - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Act I: Scene II, Un appartement dans le château "Voici ce qu'il écrit à son frère Pelléas"
00:10:18

Yvonne Minton, Mezzo-Soprano - Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Act I: Scene III, Devant le château "Il fait sombre dans les jardins"
00:06:42

Yvonne Minton, Mezzo-Soprano - Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Act II: Scene I, Une fontaine dans le parc "Vous ne savez pas où je vous ai menée?"
00:10:10

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Act II: Scene II, Un appartement dans le château "Ah! Ah! Tout va bien"
00:13:31

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Donald McIntyre, Bass Baritone - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Act II: Scene III, Devant une grotte "Oui, c'est ici, nous y sommes"
00:04:33

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

DISC 4

1
Act III: Scene I, Une des tours du château "Mes longs cheveux descendent jusqu'au seuil de la tour"
00:14:05

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Act III: Scene II, Les souterrains du château "Prenez garde - par ici, par ici"
00:04:33

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Donald McIntyre, Bass Baritone - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Act III: Scene III, Une terrasse au sortir des souterrains "Ah! Je respire enfin!"
00:05:08

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Donald McIntyre, Bass Baritone - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Act III: Scene IV, Devant le château "Viens, nous allons nous assesoir ici, Yniold"
00:09:53

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Donald McIntyre, Bass Baritone - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer - Anthony Britten, Soprano

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

DISC 5

1
Act IV: Scene I, Un appartment dans le château "Où vas-tu?"
00:03:15

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Act IV: Scene II, "Maintenant que le père de Pelléas est sauvé"
00:16:06

David Ward, Bass Vocal - Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Act IV: Scene III, Une fontaine dan le parc "Oh! Cette pierre est lurde"
00:03:59

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - Dennis Wicks, Bass Vocal - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer - Anthony Britten, Soprano

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Act IV: Scene IV, "C'est le dernier soir"
00:14:40

Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Elisabeth Söderström, Soprano - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - George Shirley, Tenor - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Act IV: Act V: Une chambre dans le château "Ce n'est pas de cette petite blessure qu'elle peut mourir"
00:24:51

David Ward, Bass - Claude Debussy, Composer - Robert Gooch, Engineer - Pierre Boulez, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Myers, Producer - Roy Emerson, Engineer - Donald McIntyre, Bass Baritone - Maurice Maeterlinck, Lyricist - Dennis Wicks, Bass - The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Orchestra - Michael FitzHenry, Engineer

(P) 1970 Sony Music Entertainment

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