Claude Debussy (Composer), Maurice Ravel (Composer), Georges Bizet (Composer), Camille Saint-Saëns (Composer), Paul Dukas (Composer), Gabriel Fauré (Composer), Charles Koechlin (Composer), Florent Schmitt (Composer), The Cleveland Orchestra (Orchestra), London Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra) & 7 more Format: Audio C.
Piano Concerto for the Left Hand in D major. Saint-Saëns, Camille. Le carnaval des animaux. Au fond du temple saint. Music broadcast for number 13: Version orchestrated by Ravel from his 1899 piano original. Music broadcast for number 10: An "Australianised" narrated version. Music broadcast for number 8: Excerpts.
Saint-Saëns, Franck, Massenet, Fauré and Ravel were all known as teachers, and Fauré, Messager and Dukas were regular music critics for Parisian journals. Mary Garden was Messager's mistress at the time, but as far as is known she was chosen for wholly musical and dramatic reasons. She is described in the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians as "a supreme singing-actress, with uncommonly vivid powers of characterization. and a rare subtlety of colour and phrasing.
Debussy, Saint-Saens, Ravel and Bizet dominate a Top 100 that’s so Frenchy, so chic. Last year it was 20th-century music; previous incarnations have included chamber music and all-Mozart lists. But in 2012, with Debussy’s sesquicentenary looming large, ABC Classic FM devoted its annual Classic 100 Countdown to the music of France. 99. Debussy, Claude Petite suite pour piano – 4 hands. 98 Berlioz, Hector Romeo and Juliet. 97. Messiaen, Olivier Vingt regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus. 96. Fauré, Gabriel Dolly Suite, Op 56. 95. Saint-Saëns, Camille Violin Concerto No 3 in B Minor, Op 61. 94. Poulenc, Francis Gloria, Op 177. 93. Bolling, Claude Suite for Flute and Jazz piano trio. 92. Hahn, Reynaldo À Chloris. 91. Massenet, Jules Manon. 90. Berlioz, Hector Les Troyens. 89. Ravel, Maurice Gaspard de la nuit. 88. Ravel, Maurice Rhapsodie espagnole. 87. Franck, César Cello Sonata in A.
Camille Saint-Saëns - Piano Concerto No. 5 in F major, Op. 103 Egyptian. LUCERNE FESTIVAL debut on 29 August 2014 in a program of works by Ravel, Strauss, and Mussorgsky, which was conducted by Philippe Jordan. His recording of the complete piano music of Maurice Ravel won the Echo Klassik Award in 2016. He was named a Chevalier dans l’ordre des arts et des lettres in 2015. One previous LUCERNE FESTIVAL appearance: on 24 November 2011 in a Debut recital including works by César Franck and Franz Liszt.
Baudelaire, Charles Bizet, Georges Debussy, Claude Duparc, Henri Fauré, Gabriel Franck, César Gottwald, Clytus Halevy, Ludovic Maeterlinck, Maurice Meilhac, Henri Offenbach, Jacques Ramuz, Charles-Ferdinand Ravel, Maurice Rosenthal, Manuel Roy, Gregory Le Saint-Saëns, Camille Schoenberg, Arnold Strauss II, Johann Stravinsky, Igor Verlaine, Paul.
Entertainment & Music Music Classical. French Classical composers? I need some composers for french class. Romantics Hector Berlioz Charles-Valentin Alkan Charles Gounod Camille Saint-Saëns Georges Bizet Emmanuel Chabrier Jules Massenet Charles-Marie Widor Gabriel Fauré Vincent d'Indy. Gustave Charpentier Debussy Ravel Faure Erik Satie Messiaen Lili Boulanger Edgard Varèse Nadia Boulanger Jacques Ibert Maurice Duruflé Andre Jolivet Eugène Bozza. Les Six Louis Durey Arthur Honegger Darius Milhaud Germaine Tailleferre Georges Auric Francis Poulenc. Source(s): Concert Pianist. Most well know are the impressionists Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel. Very picturesque music. A couple you might listen to