℗ 2009 Naxos
Released January 27, 2009
Duration 1h 13m 09s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.570993
Genre Classical (Orchestral)
 

Debussy: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2: Nocturnes - Clair de lune - Pelléas et Mélisande (Symphonie)

Lyon National Orchestra, Jun Märkl

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Pelléas et Mélisande  
1.1
Symphonie (arr. by M. Constant)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
25:05
Suite Bergamasque  
1.2
III. Clair de lune (arr. by A. Caplet)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
4:34
Nocturnes  
1.3
No. 1. Nuages
Claude Debussy; Leipzig MDR Radio Choir; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
7:22
1.4
No. 2. Fêtes
Claude Debussy; Leipzig MDR Radio Choir; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
6:37
1.5
No. 3. Sirènes
Claude Debussy; Leipzig MDR Radio Choir; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
11:13
1.6
Berceuse héroïque (Version for Orchestra)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
4:55
12 Études  
1.7
No. 9. Pour les notes répétées
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
3:09
1.8
No. 10. Pour les sonorités opposées
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
5:24
1.9
No. 12. Pour les accords
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
4:50
Digital Booklet
"A richly satisfying collection, immaculately recorded, with its full measure of rarities." - Gramophone "... a deep, full recording ... the stereo spread is wide and the various instruments are easily pinpointed. You may hear a few things you’ve never noticed ... the orchestra plays well ..." - Fanfare "Three fine orchestrators give us a most welcome addition to the near-perfect output of Debussy. These are well-crafted arrangements ... page upon page of lusciously gorgeous music ... well worth the effort." - MusicWeb International Debussy’s orchestral works are much loved for their exquisite orchestrations, poetically nuanced harmonies and almost magical evocations of time and place. Nocturnes was his first significant success and it fittingly serves as the centerpiece of this 2008 release featuring the Lyon National Orchestra under the baton of Jun Märkl. The album also includes the Pelléas et Mélisande Symphony, derived from the orchestral episodes of Debussy’s famous opera, while the Trois Études are heard here in a revealing orchestration of the piano originals.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.40
-7.98 to -0.80
-28.99
-34.38 to -23.06
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13 to 17
1
Symphonie (arr. by M. Constant)
-1.03-27.6017
2
III. Clair de lune (arr. by A. Caplet)
-5.91-28.4713
3
No. 1. Nuages
-7.98-34.3816
4
No. 2. Fêtes
-0.80-23.0613
5
No. 3. Sirènes
-4.75-28.0914
6
Berceuse héroïque (Version for Orchestra)
-1.01-31.3017
7
No. 9. Pour les notes répétées
-3.85-30.8017
8
No. 10. Pour les sonorités opposées
-4.47-31.3417
9
No. 12. Pour les accords
-0.80-25.8715

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