℗ 2022 DUX
Released July 15, 2022
Duration 42m 09s
Record Label DUX
Catalogue No. DUX1871
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

Hommage

Cracow Harp Quintet

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Concert à cinq, Op. 38  
1.1
I. Introduction et allegro
Jean Absil; Cracow Harp Quintet
2:47
1.2
II. Andante
Jean Absil; Cracow Harp Quintet
5:39
1.3
III. Finale
Jean Absil; Cracow Harp Quintet
2:32
5 Haïkaï "Epigrammes lyriques du Japon"  
1.4
No. 1, Prière d'orphelin
Jacques Pillois; Cracow Harp Quintet
1:33
1.5
No. 2, Jour de l'an japonais
Jacques Pillois; Cracow Harp Quintet
1:33
1.6
No. 3, Chagrin d'amour
Jacques Pillois; Cracow Harp Quintet
1:51
1.7
No. 4, Solitude "Aubade à la lune"
Jacques Pillois; Cracow Harp Quintet
2:03
1.8
No. 5, Rêves de guerriers morts
Jacques Pillois; Cracow Harp Quintet
3:37
Sonatina da camera  
1.9
I. Introduction et allegro
Alexandre Tansman; Cracow Harp Quintet
6:09
1.10
II. Notturno
Alexandre Tansman; Cracow Harp Quintet
3:54
1.11
III. Finale. Scherzo
Alexandre Tansman; Cracow Harp Quintet
2:28
Suite médiévale  
1.12
I. Monodie
Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur; Cracow Harp Quintet
1:32
1.13
II. L'ange au sourire
Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur; Cracow Harp Quintet
0:29
1.14
III. Symphonie
Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur; Cracow Harp Quintet
0:53
1.15
IV. Complainte
Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur; Cracow Harp Quintet
3:20
1.16
V. Danse
Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur; Cracow Harp Quintet
1:49
Digital Booklet
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – DUX Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.81
-12.66 to -0.10
-26.48
-32.75 to -16.65
12
9 to 15
1
I. Introduction et allegro
-1.83-25.1415
2
II. Andante
-3.91-28.3514
3
III. Finale
-0.21-25.2714
4
No. 1, Prière d'orphelin
-11.40-31.249
5
No. 2, Jour de l'an japonais
-4.52-24.4012
6
No. 3, Chagrin d'amour
-11.98-32.0810
7
No. 4, Solitude "Aubade à la lune"
-10.41-29.1311
8
No. 5, Rêves de guerriers morts
-0.10-22.5013
9
I. Introduction et allegro
-1.10-22.7013
10
II. Notturno
-12.66-30.6510
11
III. Finale. Scherzo
-1.10-20.9012
12
I. Monodie
-10.83-29.4211
13
II. L'ange au sourire
-11.97-32.7510
14
III. Symphonie
-0.10-16.6511
15
IV. Complainte
-4.61-27.3412
16
V. Danse
-6.24-25.1313

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