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Cecile Chaminade: Callirhoë - Ballet Symphonique, Concertstück for piano and orchestra [SACD Hybrid Multi-channel]

Cecile Chaminade: Callirhoë - Ballet Symphonique, Concertstück for piano and orchestra

[SACD Hybrid Multi-channel]

Cécile Chaminade (1857-1944)

Callirhoë: Ballet Symphonique, Op. 37 (1888)

The complete ballet music, researched and edited by Martin Yates from various original scores (2016)
1. Prélude (Andante – Allegro)
2. Scherzo (Allegro)
3. Pas des Amphores (Allegretto – Mouvt de mazurka)
4. Entrée d’Alcmaeon (Andante maestoso)
5. Pas des Écharpes (Mouvt modéré de valse)
6. Pas du Voile (Andantino)
7. Orage (Musique de Scène) (Allegro – Andante – Allegro)
8. Marche Sacrée (Largo)
9. Musique de Scène (Allegretto – Andante)
10. Scherzetto (Allegro vivo)
11. Pas des Cymbales (Musique de Scène) (Allegro)
12. Divertissement: Andante (Mouvt modéré de mazurka)
13. Pas Guerrier (Alcmaeon Seul) (Moderato)
14. Variation (Callirhoë Seul) (Moderato – Allegretto)
15. Danse Orientale (Venus et Les Amours) (Moderato)
16. Valse (Allegro vivace)
17. Musique de Scène (Allegretto – Lento, Mouvt de la marche)
18. Musique de Scène (Allegro energico – Lento – Allegro energico)
19. Scène Pastorale (Allegro moderato – Andantino)
20. Danse Pastorale (Allegro moderato)
21. Musique de Scène (Moderato – Allegro – Animato molto appassionato)
22. Valse Finale (Allegro molto appassionato)

23. Concertstück for piano and orchestra, Op. 40 (1888)VS
Allegro moderato – Poco animando – Allegro – Più lento (tempo moderato) – Appassionato – Allegro vivo – Vivo – Allegro – Tempo moderato – Tempo animato – Poco moderato – Tempo animato – Allegro

BBC Concert Orchestra
Martin Yates conductor
VS Victor Sangiorgio piano

WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING [1-22]

Produced in association with BBC Radio 3 and the BBC Concert Orchestra

The year 1888 was a remarkable one for French pianist-composer Cécile Chaminade. Her large-scale “ballet symphonique” Callirhoë was produced at Marseilles on 16 March, and a few weeks later, on 18 April, there followed the Concertstück for piano and orchestra, well received in Antwerp and soon across the world. Here they make a cherishable coupling, and Callirhoë is recorded in its complete form for the first time, proving to be a delightful and varied discovery. Chaminade is remembered for her many piano miniatures and mélodies, but soloist Victor Sangiorgio’s brilliant performance of the Concertstück for piano and orchestra, in which he effortlessly projects its flamboyant pianism, reminds us of what a romantic and affecting composer Chaminade could be when given an extended musical canvas.

Multi-ch Stereo
All tracks available in stereo and multi-channel

SA-CD
This hybrid CD can be played on any standard CD players

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