Complete your Chausson, Christian Ferras ~ Pierre Barbizet ~ Le Quatuor Parrenin ~ Andrée Esposito collection. Chanson Perpétuelle En Ut Dièse Mineur, Op. 37 Pour Soprano, Cordes Et Piano Sur Un Poème De Charles Cros. Concert En Ré Majeur, Op. 21 Pour Piano, Violon Et Quatuor A Cordes. 1er Mouvement: Décidé. 2e Mouvement: Sicilienne (Pas Vite).
Chanson Perpétuelle En Ut Dièse Mineur, Op. Composed By – Ernest Chausson. Ensemble – Quatuor Parrenin. Piano – Pierre Barbizet (tracks: A2 to B2). Soprano Vocals – Andrée Esposito (tracks: A1). Violin – Christian Ferras (tracks: A2 to B2). Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Soprano Vocals – Andrée Esposito (tracks: A1). Notes. 2C 065-12141 on sleeve. Matrix, Runout: 2YLA 1583 21L. Matrix, Runout: 2YLA 1584 21D.
Andre Esposito, Soprano; Pierre Barbizet, Piano; Christian Ferras, Violin. Also Features The Parrenin String Quartet. Artist: Chausson, Andree Esposito, Christian Ferras, Pierre Barbizet, Parrenin String Quartet Title: Chanson Perpetuelle, Concerto For Piano, Violin And String Quartet Genre: Classical Type: Used - LP Label: EMI Catalog ID: EAC 40125 Country: Japan Our ID: 130491. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
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CHAUSSON Ernest : Concert en ré majeur Pierre Barbizet et le quatuor Parrenin – 1968 EMI . Poème : Orchestre National de Belgique cond : Georges Sébastian – 1953 . DEBUSSY Claude : Sonate en sol mineur with Pierre Barbizet – 1953 DECCA . DINICU Grigoras : Hora Stacca,Jean-Claude Ambrosini – 1969 DGG . DVORAK Anton :Humoresque O. 01 no 7with Jean-Claude Ambrosini – 1969 DGG . . Note - IMO Christian Ferras was an excellent violinist, both technically and interpretively. I spent a fortune on deodorant before I realized that people don't like me anyway.
Christian Ferras (17 June 1933 – 14 September 1982) was a French violinist. Ferras was born at Le Touquet in 1933. He began studying the violin with his father. In 1948 Ferras won First Prize at the international Scheveningen Festival; Yehudi Menuhin was among the judges. He premiered Arthur Honegger's Sonata for Solo Violin in the Salle Gaveau on 16 November 1948. The next year, he won the second prize (the first prize was not awarded) in the international Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud Competition. It was there that he met Pierre Barbizet, with whom he formed one of the most famous partnerships in the history of piano-violin collaboration. In 1950 he, along with Jean-Pierre Rampal and George Enescu, recorded various works by .