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Olivier Messiaen - 1908 - 1992 - 6 CD Box FLAC album

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Composer: Olivier Messiaen (10 December 1908 - 27 April 1992) Pianist: Yvonne Loriod (Messiaen's wife) Olivier Messiaen - Catalogue d'oiseaux, written.

Olivier Messiaen (organ). Recorded: 1956-01-01. Messiaen: Apparition De L'église Éternelle (1932). Olivier Messiaen was born on 10th December 1908 in Avignon. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire from 1919 to 1930 where his teachers included Paul Dukas and the great organist and improviser Marcel Dupré. He developed a very distinctive style in the music and with his deep Catholic faith and love of birds he created a highly original palette in sound which he employed in works for orchestra, small combination of or merely solo instruments or choir. His wife, Yvonne Loriod, plays the piano in the CD of the Quatuor pour la fin du Temps and his sister-in-law, Jeanne Loriod, plays the ondes-martenot in the Turangalila Symphony with Michel Beroff and the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by André Previn.

Olivier Messiaen, 1908-1992. Olivier Messiaen, 1908-1992. Naïve has some of the finest performances of Messiaen in its catalog and brings together four previous releases on six discs with this bargain-priced collection. Reinbert de Leeuw, who's featured on three of the releases, on two as conductor and one as pianist, is one of the foremost Messiaen interpreters to emerge in the late twentieth century. He is absolutely in tune with the composer's often cryptic musical logic, which in the hands of less insightful performers is not always apparent

Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) Turangalîla-Symphonie. Serialisme & Post-Serialisme Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) - Rechant IV. Tres vif. (play). Alexander Lonquich - piano - Plainte Calme(2004) 0. livier Messiaen (1908-1992) Preludes for piano - VIII. Un reflet dans le vent. юрий кость ирина круг.

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Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992). Olivier MESSIAEN (1908-1992). Le Banquet Celeste (The Celestial Banquet), I/1 Marcel Dupre plays the grand Cavaillé-Coll Organ at Église Saint-Sulpice (Paris, France). L'Ascension (The Ascension) (arr. from orchestral piece), I/12b Olivier Latry plays the Grand Organ (Willis, ref.

Olivier MESSIAEN (1908–1992). Messiaen is the composer of a work voted by television viewers to be the "Piece of the Century". The work concerned is the "Quartet for the End of Time", created whilst Messiaen was interned in a Nazi prison camp and first performed on 15 January 1941 in front of an audience of POWs. Born in Avignon, France in 1908, he was initially self-taught as a musician and started composing music at the age of seven. Appointed during this time as organist at La Trinité in Paris - a post he held for over five decades - he became a very significant contributor to the French organ tradition.


CD 1 La transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ
CD 2 La transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ
CD 3 Visions de l'Amen
CD 4 Sept Haikai, Couleurs De La Cité Céleste, Un vitrail et des oiseaux, and Oiseaux exotiques
CD 5 Des canyon aux etoiles...
CD 6 Des canyon aux etoiles...

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Olivier Messiaen - 1908 - 1992 - 6 CD Box FLAC album
1908 - 1992 - 6 CD Box
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1162 mb
MP3 size:
1234 mb
WMA size:
1318 mb
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