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Paul Dukas - Maurice Ravel - Charles Koechlin

Marc Albrecht

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At the helm of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Strasbourg from 2004 to 2011, German conductor Marc Albrecht has chosen three French compositions inspired by literature. As a prelude, and nod towards the conductor’s roots, is Goethe and his famous popular poème Der Zauberlehrling (“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”) which through the music of Dukas and the Walt Disney film was popularised among thousands of children. Evoking a similar degree of childhood nostalgia, is Ravel’s musical adaption of Charles Perrault’s Les Contes de ma mère l’Oye (The Tales of Mother Goose), which enables him to exhibit all his orchestral magic and love for lost worlds. But the attraction of this offering lies mainly in the immense symphonic epic that is The Jungle Book, after the novel by Rudyard Kipling: the great Alsatian composer Charles Koechlin is a real mystery in musical history as his strength and originality remains completely underrated as he easily ranks among the greats. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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Paul Dukas - Maurice Ravel - Charles Koechlin

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L'apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer's Apprentice) (Paul Dukas)

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L'Apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer's Apprentice)
Marc Albrecht
00:10:55

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

Ma mère l'Oye, M. 60 (Version for Orchestra) (Maurice Ravel)

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Prelude - Tres lent
Marc Albrecht
00:03:17

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

3
I. Danse du rouet et scene - Allegro
Marc Albrecht
00:03:37

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

4
II. Pavane de la Belle au bois dormant
Marc Albrecht
00:02:23

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

5
III. Les entretiens de la Belle at de la Bete
Marc Albrecht
00:04:54

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

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IV. Petit Poucet
Marc Albrecht
00:05:03

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

7
V. Laideronnette, Imperatrice des Pagodes
Marc Albrecht
00:04:57

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

8
VI. La jardin feerique
Marc Albrecht
00:03:47

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

Les Bandar-log, Op. 176, "Scherzo des singes" (Charles Koechlin)

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Les bandar-log, Op. 176, "Scherzo des singes"
Marc Albrecht
00:18:29

Marc Albrecht, Conductor - Marc Albrecht, Conductor

2010 PentaTone 2010 PentaTone

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At the helm of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Strasbourg from 2004 to 2011, German conductor Marc Albrecht has chosen three French compositions inspired by literature. As a prelude, and nod towards the conductor’s roots, is Goethe and his famous popular poème Der Zauberlehrling (“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”) which through the music of Dukas and the Walt Disney film was popularised among thousands of children. Evoking a similar degree of childhood nostalgia, is Ravel’s musical adaption of Charles Perrault’s Les Contes de ma mère l’Oye (The Tales of Mother Goose), which enables him to exhibit all his orchestral magic and love for lost worlds. But the attraction of this offering lies mainly in the immense symphonic epic that is The Jungle Book, after the novel by Rudyard Kipling: the great Alsatian composer Charles Koechlin is a real mystery in musical history as his strength and originality remains completely underrated as he easily ranks among the greats. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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