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Félicien David : Le Désert Audiolibro, CD

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Pascalin, Lazzaretti; St. Hedwig's Cathedral Choir, Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra


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  1. Partie I : l'entr,e au d,sert
  2. Partie I : chant du d,sert - glorification d'allah
  3. Partie I : l'apparition de la caravane
  4. Partie I : la marche de la caravane
  5. Partie I : la temp^te au d,sert
  6. Partie I : le calme renaot et la caravane reprend sa marche
  7. Partie II : l',toile de V,nus
  8. Partie II : hymne . la nuit
  9. Partie II : la fantaisie arabe
  10. Partie II : la danse des alm,es
  11. Partie II : la libert, au d,sert
  12. Partie II : la r^verie du soir
  13. Partie III : le lever du soleil
  14. Partie III : le chant du muezzin
  15. Partie III : la caravane reprend sa marche
  16. Partie III : la caravane disparaot au loin
  17. Partie III : chant du d,sert, glorification d'allah

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An attractive work in a very fine performance 13 de febrero de 2010
Por G.D. - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This is in many ways an important (re)release. Félicien César David (1810-1876) was a rather central figure in his day, apparently the one who introduced the then-popular (and later thoroughly unpopular) exoticism into French romanticism. His music is flowingly romantic, sometimes reminiscent of Berlioz and Verdi, but also pointing forward to Massenet and Gounod - in fact, if I were to sum it up, `midway between Berlioz and Massenet' seems apt, even though he lacks Berlioz's striking originality and drama and doesn't quite anticipate Massenet's lush tunefulness.

Le Désert is a dramatic symphony, or `Ode Symphonie' for speaker, solo tenor, male chorus and orchestra, and was written in 1844 (which makes it rather modern-sounding for its date of composition). The program depicts the tribulations and travails of a caravan journeying through the desert, in the first part from the calm, chilly dawn in Sahara (where it appears from afar in the manner of Borodin's Steppes of Central Asia) through a storm and to the calmly noble resumption of the journey. The second part, depicting a night in the desert, is colorful and mostly reflective with some rather seductive orientalist atmosphere. The third part opens with music of the dawn and an effective chant du Muezzin before the caravan resumes its journey disappearing into the distance. It closes with a grand, Beethoven-like finale.

It is not a masterpiece, and the themes aren't really strikingly memorable, but it is a well-crafted work, finely scored, atmospheric and colorful enough to sustain interest throughout. Lazzaretti sings the tenor part with conviction and he is backed by fine choral singing and orchestral playing. It all adds up to a pretty strong case for this attractive work, and the recording is good. All in all, I am very glad to have heard this one, and it should certainly appeal to everyone who thinks the description `mixture of Berlioz and Massenet, perhaps some Lalo and Gounod thrown in' sounds attractive. Very welcome, if not an essential release.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pictures from the exotic East 26 de marzo de 2015
Por John B. Ahouse - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Berlioz, with his three symphonies written in the 1830s, was not the only composer to create program music for the Parisian audience. Félicien David returned from his travels in the Near East with exotic ideas for a program symphony he titled "The Desert". He achieved a notable success in 1844 with his work for voices and orchestra, along with as a supportive review from Berlioz as critic. It is marvelous to hear this modestly inspired but ingeniously conceived portrayal of a desert caravan.