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Title: Œuvres Complètes
Otros títulos: Œuvres Lyriques
L'intégrale de ses œuvres
Edition du 50e anniversaire 1963 - 2013
Œ Lyriques I : Dialogue des Carmélites
Dilogues des Carmélites Acte I & Acte II (dèbut)
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Francis Poulenc; Georges Bernanos; Denise Duval; Régine Crespin; Denise Scharley; Liliane Berton; Rita Gorr; Xavier Depraz; Paul Finel; Janine Fourrier; Gisèle Desmoutiers; Louis Rialland; René Bianco; Jacques Mars; Raphael Romagnoni; Charles-Paul; Michel Forel; Max Conti; Opéra de Paris; Pierre Dervaux
Código CDU: Pou.02
Forma Musical: Operas
Abstract: Francis Poulenc was the leading composer of Les Six, the French group devoted to turning music away from Impressionism, formality, and intellectualism. He wrote in a direct and tuneful manner, often juxtaposing the witty and ironic with the sentimental or melancholy. He heavily favored diatonic and modal textures over chromatic writing. His music also shows many elements of pandiatonicism, introduced around 1920 by Stravinsky, whose influence can be heard in some of Poulenc's compositions, such as the religious choral work, Gloria. Poulenc is regarded as one of the most important twentieth century composers of religious music, and in the realm of the French art song he is also a major voice of his time. Poulenc was also a pianist of considerable ability. Poulenc was born into a wealthy family of pharmaceutical magnates. The agrochemical giant Rhone-Poulenc is the present-day corporation started by his forebears. His mother was a talented amateur pianist who began giving him piano ...


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