Henri Dutilleux's two symphonies were written in the 1950s, and show the French composer reaching his full powers. This recording where Daniel Barenboim conducts the Orchestre de Paris, was originally released on this Erato disc in the late 1980s, but you might also look for the reissue in Warner's "Elatus" line. The Symphony No. 1 (1951) is four movements, roughly slow-fast-fast-slow. While no doubt a brilliant work, by missing what is essentially the symphony's key aspect, one will only hear three movements of generic Dutilleux soundscapes. That's not entirely a bad thing, as this is mature Dutilleux, It's a rich, captivating soundworld of winds and strings, peppered by mysterious harpsichord and aggressive drums. It's nocturnal in mood, somehow combining total transparency with a sense of mystery. But it's not quite what the composer intended.
Album · 1990 · 7 Songs. Dutilleux : Symphonie n°1 & 2 Daniel Barenboim. Symphonie n° 2 "Le double" : Allegro fuocoso. Penderecki: Concerto Grosso No. 1 for 3 Cellos, Largo, Sonata for Cello and Orchestra. Antoni Wit & Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra. Orchestral Works -Vol.
Dutilleux’s first major orchestral work, Symphony N., did not appear until 1950, by which time the composer was already in his mid-thirties. This work shows for the first time some of Dutilleux’s characteristic techniques - a joy of sound itself, a love of a certain type of sonority, rich brass chords and lush (not to say very demanding) string writing (ask any double bass players that have had to find their way around the multiple divided harmonics in The Shadows of Time). Symphony No. 2 Le Double (1959) 28'17. 5. I Animato, ma misterioso 6. II Andantino sostenuto 7. III Allegro fuocoso. l'Orchestre de Paris, Conductor: Daniel Barenboim. Packed via RAR, served by RS, redirected through tinyurl: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3. Publication archive.
Symphony N. : II Scherzo molto vivace. Daniel Barenboim, Orchestre De Paris. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody N. in D Minor, . 59 N. Charles Dutoit, Sir Neville Marriner, Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal, Liszt, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal.
Henri Dutilleux is perhaps the most overlooked of living composers. Never seeking inclusion among the avant-garde, the eighty-year-old Frenchman has hardly been conservative and has certainly not lacked inventiveness.
Dutilleux: Symphony No. 1, Métaboles, Sur le même accord: Best 2 songs. Orchestre De Paris, Paavo Jarvi - Dutilleux: Symphony No. 1: II. Scherzo Molto vivace 05:48. Orchestre De Paris, Paavo Jarvi - Dutilleux: Métaboles: II. Linéaire 03:23. Album: Dutilleux: Symphony No. 1, Métaboles, Sur le même accord. Orchestre De Paris, Paavo Jarvi: best 2 tracks . Paavo Jarvi - Symphony No 2 (1966): II minim 112 Symphonies 1 & 2 et. 2004 03:18. Artist: Orchestre De Paris Paavo Jarvi.
Darrell Ang, L'Orchestre National de Lille. IX. Métamorphoses (sur le nom Sacher) -. Henri Dutilleux. Darrell Ang, L'Orchestre National de Lille.
|Symphonie No. 1|
|2||Scherzo Molto Vivace||5:26|
|Symphonie No. 2, Le Double|
|ECD 75362||Henri Dutilleux, Orchestre De Paris, Daniel Barenboim||Henri Dutilleux, Orchestre De Paris, Daniel Barenboim - Symphonies No° 1 & N° 2 ("Le Double") (CD)||Erato||ECD 75362||France||1988|
|ECD 75362||Henri Dutilleux, Daniel Barenboim, Orchestre De Paris||Henri Dutilleux, Daniel Barenboim, Orchestre De Paris - Symphonies No. 1 & 2, 'Le Double' (CD)||Erato||ECD 75362||France||1988|