Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, Jean Fournet The Concertgebouw Recordings

The Concertgebouw Recordings

Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, Jean Fournet

Released on May 11, 2018 by Decca

Main artist: Jean Fournet

Genre: Classical > Symphonic Music

Distinctions: 5 de Diapason (September 2018)

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Album : 1 disk - 13 tracks Total length : 01:19:20

    A Night on the Bare Mountain (Modeste Moussorgski)
  1. 1 A Night on the Bare Mountain

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1959 Universal International Music B.V.

  2. España - Rhapsody for Orchestra (Emmanuel Chabrier)
  3. 2 España - Rhapsody for Orchestra

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Alexis Emmanuel Chabrier, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1959 Universal International Music B.V.

  4. L'apprenti sorcier (Paul Dukas)
  5. 3 L'Apprenti sorcier

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Paul Dukas, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1959 Universal International Music B.V.

  6. Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86 (Claude Debussy)
  7. 4 Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 86

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Claude Debussy, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  8. In the Steppes of Central Asia (Alexandre Borodine)
  9. 5 In the Steppes of Central Asia

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor Alexander Borodin, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1959 Universal International Music B.V.

  10. Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46 (Edvard Grieg)
  11. 6 1. Morning Mood

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  12. 7 2. Aase's Death

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  13. 8 3. Anitra's Dance

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  14. 9 4. In the Hall of the Mountain King

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  15. Peer Gynt Suite No. 2, Op. 55
  16. 10 1. The Abduction (Ingrid's lament)

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  17. 11 2. Arabian Dance

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  18. 12 3. Peer Gynt's Return

    Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

  19. 13 4. Solveig's Song

    Annette de la Bije, Soprano - Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam - Jean Fournet, Conductor - Edvard Grieg, Composer - Jaap van Ginneken, Producer Copyright : ℗ 1960 Universal International Music B.V.

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