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Berlioz:Nuits d'été - Canteloube:Chants de France

Suzanne Danco, Joseph Canteloube, Lucie Daullene, Thor Johnson

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Snow White sings Canteloube, accompanied by the composer : a rare and newly remastered album, transferred to CD on Decca, from the original master tapes, for the first time


As R.J. Stove outlines in a new essay for this important Eloquence release, Lucie Daullène (b.1931) was nearer 19 than (as the legend has it) 15 years old in 1949-50 when she recorded an album of ‘Chants de France’ for L’Oiseau-Lyre. Her voice, all the same, is so light, fresh and uncoloured by finesse that one may readily hear why Canteloube thought she was ideal. ‘That’s how French folk songs should be sung,’ he once wrote. Though Daullène made only one more classical recording, she later achieved a measure of fame (now named Dolène) as the voice of Disney’s heroine. ‘Snow White’in the dubbed French version of the movie.
At the piano, the septuagenarian Canteloube tosses off scales, arpeggios and glissandi with a panache enviable by many players one-third of his age. He had gathered the songs themselves from Brittany to Corsica and many points in between and none of them reappear in the more familiar ‘Chants d’Auvergne’, even though Daullène herself was a native of the region, making this new release all the more appealing to anyone already captivated by Canteloube.
The ‘bonus’ here is more familiar but still undervalued: the first complete recording of ‘Les Nuits d’été’, made in 1953, at a time when Berlioz was still known for little more than the ‘Symphonie fantastique’, even in France. It was sung by the Belgian soprano, Suzanne Danco with a natural linguistic ease and the technical qualities so prized the composer, Luigi Dallapiccola: ‘control, breathing, technique, and intonation … balanced so perfectly that one cannot even perceive them as separate’. Danco’s interpretation remains a landmark in the cycle’s discography. (© Decca Music Group Limited / Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.)


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Les nuits d'été, Op.7 (Hector Berlioz)

1
1. Villanelle
00:02:18

Suzanne Danco, Soprano - Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra - Thor Johnson, Conductor - Hector Berlioz, Composer - Théophile Gautier, Author - Cyril Windebank, Recording Engineer

℗ 1951 Decca Music Group Limited

2
2. Le spectre de la rose
00:05:57

Suzanne Danco, Soprano - Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra - Thor Johnson, Conductor - Hector Berlioz, Composer - Théophile Gautier, Author - Cyril Windebank, Recording Engineer

℗ 1951 Decca Music Group Limited

3
3. Sur les lagunes
00:07:02

Suzanne Danco, Soprano - Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra - Thor Johnson, Conductor - Hector Berlioz, Composer - Théophile Gautier, Author - Cyril Windebank, Recording Engineer

℗ 1951 Decca Music Group Limited

4
4. Absence
00:05:03

Suzanne Danco, Soprano - Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra - Thor Johnson, Conductor - Hector Berlioz, Composer - Théophile Gautier, Author - Cyril Windebank, Recording Engineer

℗ 1951 Decca Music Group Limited

5
5. Au cimetière (Clair de lune)
00:04:38

Suzanne Danco, Soprano - Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra - Thor Johnson, Conductor - Hector Berlioz, Composer - Théophile Gautier, Author - Cyril Windebank, Recording Engineer

℗ 1951 Decca Music Group Limited

6
6. L'île inconnue
00:04:25

Suzanne Danco, Soprano - Cincinnatti Symphony Orchestra - Thor Johnson, Conductor - Hector Berlioz, Composer - Théophile Gautier, Author - Cyril Windebank, Recording Engineer

℗ 1951 Decca Music Group Limited

Chants de la France (harmonised by Canteloube) (Joseph Canteloube)

7
La belle est au jardin d'amour (Picardy)
00:04:28

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

8
Qu'on you n'éro pitchounèlo (Rouergue - Spinning Song)
00:03:00

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

9
Ya rien de si charmant (Savoy)
00:02:39

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

10
La fermo d'un paure omé (Languedoc)
00:02:44

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

11
Ma douce amie (Brittany)
00:02:21

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

12
Petite Claudinette (Savoy)
00:02:00

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

13
Au berdurè (Béarn)
00:03:32

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

14
De bon matin je me suis levé
00:01:14

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

15
Som-Som (Languedoc - Lullaby)
00:01:28

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

16
L'hiver sera bientôt passé (Dauphiny)
00:01:06

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

17
O ciucciarella ! (Corsica - Lullaaby)
00:03:04

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

18
Sé lo voy (Haut-Quercy)
00:02:01

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

19
Bon mati me llevi (Roussillon)
00:02:08

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

20
Sur la Montagne (Gascony)
00:01:13

Lucie Daullene, Soprano - Joseph Canteloube, Composer, Piano

℗ 1954 Decca Music Group Limited

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Snow White sings Canteloube, accompanied by the composer : a rare and newly remastered album, transferred to CD on Decca, from the original master tapes, for the first time


As R.J. Stove outlines in a new essay for this important Eloquence release, Lucie Daullène (b.1931) was nearer 19 than (as the legend has it) 15 years old in 1949-50 when she recorded an album of ‘Chants de France’ for L’Oiseau-Lyre. Her voice, all the same, is so light, fresh and uncoloured by finesse that one may readily hear why Canteloube thought she was ideal. ‘That’s how French folk songs should be sung,’ he once wrote. Though Daullène made only one more classical recording, she later achieved a measure of fame (now named Dolène) as the voice of Disney’s heroine. ‘Snow White’in the dubbed French version of the movie.
At the piano, the septuagenarian Canteloube tosses off scales, arpeggios and glissandi with a panache enviable by many players one-third of his age. He had gathered the songs themselves from Brittany to Corsica and many points in between and none of them reappear in the more familiar ‘Chants d’Auvergne’, even though Daullène herself was a native of the region, making this new release all the more appealing to anyone already captivated by Canteloube.
The ‘bonus’ here is more familiar but still undervalued: the first complete recording of ‘Les Nuits d’été’, made in 1953, at a time when Berlioz was still known for little more than the ‘Symphonie fantastique’, even in France. It was sung by the Belgian soprano, Suzanne Danco with a natural linguistic ease and the technical qualities so prized the composer, Luigi Dallapiccola: ‘control, breathing, technique, and intonation … balanced so perfectly that one cannot even perceive them as separate’. Danco’s interpretation remains a landmark in the cycle’s discography. (© Decca Music Group Limited / Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.)


Détails de l'enregistrement original : Recordings: Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, 24 April 1951 (Berlioz); Studio des Champs-Elysées, 1950 (Canteloube)

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