Tagged: Conservatoire de Paris

Yvonne Lefebure

Yvonne Lefebure Plays Music Of Maurice Emmanuel – 1962 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Maurice Emmanuel – Sonatine Number 6 – Yvonne Lefebure, piano – 100th Birthday concert 1962 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The music of Maurice Emmanuel this weekend. The second piece in a series of pieces performed during the 100th birthday celebrations for Emmanuel held in 1962. This Sonatine Number...

Charles Gounod

Fernand Oubradous And Students Of The Conservatoire de Paris Play Music Of Gounod – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Charles Gounod: Petite Symphonie for Winds – Student Orchestra of the Paris Conservatory – Fernand Oubradous, cond. – 1952 Broadcast performance – ORTF-Paris – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Although far from being overlooked and under appreciated, Charles Gounod is primarily thought of as a composer of Opera and Choral...

Florent Schmitt

Eugène Bigot And The ORTF Orchestra Play Music Of Florent Schmitt – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Florent Schmitt: Le petit elf Ferme-l’oeil – ORTF Orchestra, Cond. Eugène Bigot – ORTF Paris – circa 1952 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – It seems that most composers whose work had been popular during the 20th century, and whose popularity had faded since their deaths, have become the standard...

Radu Lupu

Radu Lupu With Wolfgang Sawallisch And The NHK Symphony Play Music Of Brahms – 1994 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

  Radu Lupu, Piano – NHK Symphony, conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch – November 4, 1994 – NHK-Radio, Tokyo – Another classic concert this week. From Tokyo, the legendary NHK Symphony, guest conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch and featuring the great Romanian pianist Radu Lupu in an all-Brahms program, broadcast on November...

Music Of Yvonne Desportes With Paul Bernard And Members Of The ORTF Horns – 1953 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Desportes: Two Serenades for Three Trombones and Tuba – ORTF – circa 1953 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Yvonne Desportes is probably not a name very well known outside of French music circles. Born in 1907 and passing away in Paris...

Andrè Clutytens And The Paris Conservatory Orchestra Play Music Of Florent Schmitt – 1950 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Schmitt: La Tragèdie de Salomè – Paris Conservatory Orchestra, Andrè Cluytens, cond. 1950 Besancon Festival – ORTF – Gordon Skene Sound Collection The music of Florent Schmitt this weekend. A popular figure during the first four decades of the 20th Century,...

Samson Francois And Manuel Rosenthal Play Music Of Challan – 1955 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Challan-Piano Concerto – French National Orchestra, Manuel Rosenthal, Conductor – Samson Francois, Piano – ORTF 1955 I am only guessing when I say this broadcast recording from the ORTF is from circa 1953. Since I have no access to exact recording dates,...

The Paris Woodwind Quartet Play Music Of Roger Blanchard – 1955 – Past Daily Gramophone Weekend

Click on the link here for Audio Player: The Paris Wind Ensemble – Blanchard: Quartet for Woodwinds – ORTF Studio recording – circa 1955 Roger Blanchard (1919-2011) wasn’t particularly recognized as a composer. His many recordings as founder of the Roger Blancard Vocal Ensemble are probably better known. But in...

Andrè Navarra Plays The Music Of Lalo – 1949 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player: (Bear with us on the Audio Player situation – hopefully it will be straightened out by next week) (UPDATE: It’s fixed) Over to Paris this weekend for a Radio studio recording of the Lalo Cello Concerto, with the legendary Andrè...

Andrè Cluytens Leads The Paris Conservatory Orchestra In Music Of Dukas – Besancon Festival 1949 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player: Dukas – La Peri A repost from last year with better sound and much improved player. The Paris Conservatory Orchestra, lead by the legendary Andrè Cluytens at the 1949 Besancon Festival in a performance of  La Peri by Paul Dukas. In the...