Tagged: Paris Conservatory

Gérard Jarry Plays The Music Of Martinon – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone 1

Gérard Jarry Plays The Music Of Martinon – 1952 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Martinon: Sonatine for Solo Violin – Gérard Jarry, vln – ORTF Recital, circa 1952 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection A short one this week – a little under 6 minutes. The Sonatine for Solo Violin by the Conductor/Composer Jean Martinon, as...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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The Paris Conservatory Orchestra Play Music Of Jacques Ibert – 1954 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Click on the link for Audio Player: Jacques Ibert – Capriccio Covering some familiar territory tonight. Familiar composer, but a less familiar work. Jacques Ibert has enjoyed a popularity undiminished with time. Versatile and well regarded during his lifetime, his popularity has only increased since his death 50 years ago....

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Andrè Cluytens – At The 1949 Besancon Festival – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Another recording from the 1949 Besancon Festival. This week, a live performance of Florent Schmitt’s La Tragèdie de Salomè featuring the legendary French/Belgian conductor Andrè Cluytens leading the Paris Conservatory Orchestra. Schmitt has slipped a bit in popularity over the years – his works aren’t played all that much in...