℗ 1979 Parlophone / Warner Music France
 

Auric: Imaginées

Jean-Philippe Collard, Michel Debost, Frédéric Lodéon, Claude Desurmont, Michèle Command, Jacques Cazauran, Le Quatuor Parrenin, Alexandre Myrat

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1.1
Imaginées I for Flute and Piano (feat. Michel Debost)
Georges Auric; Jean-Philippe Collard; Michel Debost
8:33
1.2
Imaginées II for Cello and Piano (feat. Frédéric Lodéon)
Georges Auric; Jean-Philippe Collard; Frédéric Lodéon
8:39
1.3
Imaginées III for Clarinet and Piano (feat. Claude Desurmont)
Georges Auric; Jean-Philippe Collard; Claude Desurmont
5:54
1.4
Imaginées IV for Voice and Piano (feat. Michèle Command)
Georges Auric; Jean-Philippe Collard; Michèle Command
5:02
1.5
Imaginées V for Piano
Georges Auric; Jean-Philippe Collard
3:19
1.6
Imaginées VI for Instrumental Ensemble, Voice and Piano (feat. Claude Desurmont, Jacques Cazauran, Michel Debost, Michèle Command, Quatuor Parrenin)
Georges Auric; Jean-Philippe Collard; Claude Desurmont; Jacques Cazauran; Michel Debost; Michèle Command; Quatuor Parrenin; Alexandre Myrat
10:22
Total Playing Time    41:49
Rare, prescient, timeless - resurrected from the archives of Warner's various catalogs. This album was originally released in tribute to the great Georges Auric, just ten years after his death. In 1968, as he approached the age of 70, Georges Auric began work on Imaginées, a series of six intimate works in a modernist vein – concentrated and compelling in their expression. Famously a member of Les Six in the 1920s, the multi-faceted Auric studied under Vincent d’Indy and gained an international reputation for his film scores while also taking an influential role in France’s musical life.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Classics Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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