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Georges Prêtre - French Orchestral Favorites album mp3
Orchestral
  • Performer:
    Georges Prêtre
  • Title:
    French Orchestral Favorites
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  • Style:
    Orchestral
  • Date of release:
    1999
  • Duration:
    55:53
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    1485 megabytes
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    1117 megabytes
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The album is instrumental and features music performed by the 37-piece Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra. The album's creation was spurred by Warner Bros. rejection of Zappa's Läther album.

by Georges Prêtre/Orchestre National de France. Released: April 1, 1997. 1. L'Apprenti sorcier, ' (The) Sorcerer's Apprentice'. 2. Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune.

Recorded at Royce Hall, UCLA, September 18-19, 1975. Digitally remastered for UMRK by Bob Stone, 1991.

Georges Prêtre - Orch Ste Conc Du Conservatoire. Recorded: 1961-01-01. Dutilleux: Dutilleux - Le Loup - 2ème tableau - La chambre nuptiale : La Belle et la Bête. Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, French Radio Philharmonic Orchestra. Renaud Capuçon (violin).

Georges Prêtre (French pronunciation: ; 14 August 1924 – 4 January 2017) was a French orchestral and opera conductor.

Prêtre – who, now in his nineties, still has an active career – is very much the international maestro, conducting most of the world’s major orchestras and appearing in the world’s top opera houses, while Jordan (who died in 2006) focused his career largely on Switzerland and France, though he gained a reputation in the USA in the last decade or so o. Particularly notable in Prêtre’s Warner Classics catalogue are the recordings he made with Maria Callas in the 1960s (Carmen, Tosca and the two Callas à Paris recitals) but the 17-CD ICON collection displays the extraordinary breadth of his achievement.

Georges Prêtre leads a 2007 rehearsal on the stage of the Opéra Bastille in Paris. Beginning in the 1980s, he worked mainly in Vienna. Francois Guillot/AFP/Getty Images). He combined concentration and individuality in a unique way and his daring and adventurous personality always spurred us on to perform at our very best - and sometimes beyond of what we believed to be capable of.

Was a French orchestral and opera conductor. When was Georges Prêtre born? 14 August 1924. When did Georges Prêtre die?, Died. How many years did Georges Prêtre live?, Lived. Where was Georges Prêtre born? Waziers, France. Where did Georges Prêtre die?, Deathplace.

Credits

Michele Boussinot - Violin
Andre Gantiez - Horn
Gordon H. Jee - Creative Director
Robert Laporta - Series Producer
Orchestre National de France - Orchestra
Philippe Pierlot - Flute
Georges Prêtre - Conductor, Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Sorcerer's Apprentice (L'apprenti sorcier), symphonic scherzo for orchestra Georges Prêtre 10:28
2 Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), for orchestra, L. 86 Georges Prêtre 10:22
3 Gymnopedie for piano No. 1 Georges Prêtre 3:55
4 Gymnopedie for piano No. 3 Georges Prêtre 4:18
5 Danse macabre, symphonic poem in G minor, Op. 40 Georges Prêtre 7:09
6 Pavane pour une infante défunte, for piano (or orchestra) Georges Prêtre 7:17
7 La valse, poème choréographique for orchestra Georges Prêtre 12:24