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d'Indy: Orchestral Works, Vol. 5: Symphonie sur un cChant montagnard français (Symphonie cévenole) - Saugefleurie - Médée - Prelude to 'Fervaal'

Louis Lortie, Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Rumon Gamba

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“... potently communicated by the orchestral playing and by Lortie's scintillating fluency in the piano obbligato.”
- Gramophone

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Symphonie sur un chant montagnard français, Op. 25, "Symphonie cévenole"  
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I. Assez lent – Modérément animé – Un peu plus vite – Premier Mouvement (Modéré) – Premier Mouvement (Modérément animé) – Un peu plus vite – Premier Mouvement (Modérément animé) – Assez lent
Vincent d' Indy; Louis Lortie; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
11:55
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II. Assez modéré, mais sans lenteur – Un peu plus vite – Modéré – Premier Mouvement – Modéré – Un peu plus vite
Vincent d' Indy; Louis Lortie; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
7:16
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III. Animé – Plus modéré – Un peu plus agité – Premier Mouvement (Animé) – Plus modéré – Un peu plus agité – Premier Mouvement (Animé) – Mouvement du No II (Assez modéré) – Animé – Mouvement du No II – Animé – Très animé – Même mouvement –
Vincent d' Indy; Louis Lortie; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
7:07
Fervaal, Op. 40  
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Act I: Prelude
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
5:13
Saugefleurie, Op. 21  
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Assez lent et calme – Plus vite –
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
4:32
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Gaîment, mais modéré –
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
2:48
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Assez lent et calme – Un peu plus vite – Plus animé – Vif et agité – Un peu moins vite –
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
3:42
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Tempo I (un peu plus vite) – Gaîment, mais modéré – Plus lent – Lent et calme
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
4:50
Médée, Op. 47  
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I. Prélude. Très lent – Vif – Un peu retenu – Premier Mouvement (Vif) – Lent et calme
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
8:48
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II. Pantomime. Assez lent – Danse. Un peu plus vite
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
3:11
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III. L’Attente de Médée. Très lent – Très animé – Premier Mouvement (Très lent)
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
5:04
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IV. Médée et Jason. Modérément animé – Animé – Beaucoup plus modéré – Animé – Plus modéré – Assez lent – Plus lent
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
3:51
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V. Le Triomphe Auroral. Très lent – Plus vite – Premier Mouvement – Solennel
Vincent d' Indy; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Rumon Gamba
4:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    72:37
"The performances from the Iceland Symphony under Rumon Gamba are faultless. Louis Lortie is the restrained yet dexterous soloist in the Symphonie."
- The Guardian

This is volume five in a series exploring the orchestral output of Vincent d’Indy, nicknamed "The Samson of Music" by Fauré for his work as a composer, conductor and teacher. Based on a folk tune from the Tourtous, the Symphonie sur un chant montagnard français has become one of the composer’s most popular works. The highly atmospheric piece is scored for piano and orchestra; however, far from engaging in conflict with the orchestra, the soloist operates on equal terms. The part is performed on this recording by internationally acclaimed pianist Louis Lortie.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM –  Chandos Studio Masters

Recording venue: Eldborg, Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland; 29 October – 1 November 2012
Recording producer: Ralph Couzens
Sound engineer: Georg Magnússon
Editor: Jonathan Cooper
A & R administrator: Sue Shortridge
Front cover: ‘Canyon of the river Vis, clouds, fog, and Jurassic rocks, Cirque de Navacelles, Cévennes, France’, photograph © Berndt Fischer / Getty Images
Back cover: Photograph of Rumon Gamba by Sussie Ahlburg
Design and typesetting: Cassidy Rayne Creative
Booklet editor: Finn S. Gundersen

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