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Debussy: Nocturnes - Clair de lune - Pelléas et Mélisande Symphonie

MDR Radio Choir, Leipzig, Lyon National Orchestra, Jun Märkl

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1
Pelléas et Mélisande Symphonie (arr. by M. Constant)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
25:05
Suite bergamasque  
2
III. Clair de lune (arr. by G. Cloez, A. Caplet for Orchestra)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
4:34
Nocturnes  
3
No. 1. Nuages
Claude Debussy; MDR Radio Choir, Leipzig; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
7:22
4
No. 2. Fêtes
Claude Debussy; MDR Radio Choir, Leipzig; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
6:37
5
No. 3. Sirènes
Claude Debussy; MDR Radio Choir, Leipzig; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
11:13
6
Berceuse héroïque (Version for Orchestra)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
4:55
12 Etudes  
7
No. 9. Pour les notes répétées (arr. by M. Jarrell)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
3:09
8
No. 10. Pour les sonorités opposées (arr. by M. Jarrell)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
5:24
9
No. 12. Pour les accords (arr. by M. Jarrell)
Claude Debussy; Lyon National Orchestra; Jun Märkl
4:50
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    73:09
"... an intriguing mixture ... Märkl's performance is warm and idiomatic ... a richly satisfying collection, immaculately recorded, with its full measure of rarities."
- Gramophone

"Everything here is expertly and sensitively played and very well recorded. Don’t hesitate if you find this repertoire tempting."
- American Record Guide

"I have no reservations about this disk. It’s well worth having and the Pelléas et Mélisande Symphonie should be heard by all lovers of this endlessly fascinating composer."
- MusicWeb International

Released in 2008, this is the second volume of Debussy's orchestral works recorded by June Märkl and the Lyon National Orchestra. The Pelléas et Mélisande Symphony was derived by Marius Constant from the orchestral episodes of Debussy’s famous opera, while the Trois Études are heard in a revealing orchestration of the piano originals by contemporary Swiss composer Michael Jarrell.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM - 2xHD Studio Masters

Recorded at the Auditorium de Lyons, France, 15-20 July 2007 (tracks 3-4), 15-19 January 2008 (1-2, 6-9) and 11-12 February 2008 (5)

Producer and Engineer : Tim Handley
Booklet notes : Keith Anderson
Publishers: Éditions Durand (tracks 1,6); Editions Jobert (2-5); Editions Lemoine (7-9)

2xHD Mastering: René Laflamme
Graphics: André Perry and Sylvie Labelle

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