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Jessye Norman|Chausson: Poème de l'amour et de la mer; Chanson perpétuelle; Mélodies  -  Apex

Chausson: Poème de l'amour et de la mer; Chanson perpétuelle; Mélodies - Apex

Jessye Norman

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Chausson: Poème de l'amour et de la mer; Chanson perpétuelle; Mélodies - Apex

Jessye Norman

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Chausson : Poème de l'amour et de la mer Op.19 : I La fleur des eaux
Armin Jordan
00:11:50

ERNEST CHAUSSON (1855-1899), Composer - Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals - Armin Jordan, Conductor - Michel Garcin, Producer - Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Françoise Garcin, Remixer - Jessye Norman, Armin Jordan & Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Lavoix, Engineer - Maurice Bouchor, Lyricist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Classics S.N.C.

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Chausson : Poème de l'amour et de la mer Op.19 : II: Interlude
Armin Jordan
00:02:21

ERNEST CHAUSSON (1855-1899), Composer - Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals - Armin Jordan, Conductor - Michel Garcin, Producer - Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Françoise Garcin, Remixer - Jessye Norman, Armin Jordan & Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Lavoix, Engineer - Maurice Bouchor, Lyricist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Classics S.N.C.

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Chausson : Poème de l'amour et de la mer Op.19 : III La mort de l'amour
Armin Jordan
00:13:27

ERNEST CHAUSSON (1855-1899), Composer - Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals - Armin Jordan, Conductor - Michel Garcin, Producer - Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra - Françoise Garcin, Remixer - Jessye Norman, Armin Jordan & Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, MainArtist - Pierre Lavoix, Engineer - Maurice Bouchor, Lyricist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Classics S.N.C.

4
Chanson perpétuelle, Op. 37
Michel Dalberto
00:07:16

Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Ernest Chausson, Composer - Monte-Carlo String Quartet, String Quartet - Michel Dalberto, Piano, FeaturedArtist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Disques, a Warner Music UK Division

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7 Mélodies, Op. 2: VII. Le colibri
Jessye Norman
00:02:27

Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Ernest Chausson, Composer - Michel Dalberto, Piano, FeaturedArtist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Disques, a Warner Music UK Division

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7 Mélodies, Op. 2: V. Sérénade italienne
Michel Dalberto
00:02:27

Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Ernest Chausson, Composer - Michel Dalberto, Piano, FeaturedArtist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Disques, a Warner Music UK Division

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7 Mélodies, Op. 2: IV. La dernière feuille
Jessye Norman
00:01:47

Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Ernest Chausson, Composer - Michel Dalberto, Piano, FeaturedArtist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Disques, a Warner Music UK Division

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7 Mélodies, Op. 2: III. Les papillons
Jessye Norman
00:01:10

Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Ernest Chausson, Composer - Michel Dalberto, Piano, FeaturedArtist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Disques, a Warner Music UK Division

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7 Mélodies, Op. 2: II. Le charme
Jessye Norman
00:01:34

Jessye Norman, Soprano Vocals, MainArtist - Ernest Chausson, Composer - Michel Dalberto, Piano, FeaturedArtist

© 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK ℗ 1983 Erato Disques, a Warner Music UK Division

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