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Le Temps Retrouvé: Debussy - Fauré - Gaubert - Enescu - Koechlin

Toon Fret, Veronika Iltchenko

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Bilitis (arr. by K. Lenski for Flute and Piano)  
1.1
I. Pour invoquer Pan, dieu du vent d’été
Karl Lenski; Claude Debussy; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
2:53
1.2
II. Pour un tombeau sans nom
Karl Lenski; Claude Debussy; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
4:02
1.3
III. Pour que la nuit soit propice
Karl Lenski; Claude Debussy; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
2:28
1.4
IV. Pour la danseuse aux crotales
Karl Lenski; Claude Debussy; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
2:36
1.5
V. Pour l’Égyptienne
Karl Lenski; Claude Debussy; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
3:15
1.6
VI. Pour remercier la pluie au matin
Karl Lenski; Claude Debussy; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
1:51
Deux arabesques  
1.7
I. Première arabesque. Andantino con moto
Claude Debussy; Veronika Iltchenko
4:53
1.8
II. Deuxième arabesque. Allegretto scherzando
Claude Debussy; Veronika Iltchenko
3:25
Fantaisie, Op. 79 (Version for Flute & Piano)  
1.9
I. Andantino
Gabriel Fauré; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
2:00
1.10
II. Allegro
Gabriel Fauré; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
3:06
2 Esquisses  
1.11
I. Soir sur la plaine
Philippe Gaubert; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
3:57
1.12
II. Orientale
Philippe Gaubert; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
3:16
1.13
Syrinx, L. 129
Claude Debussy; Toon Fret
2:54
Cantabile et presto  
1.14
I. Cantabile
George Enescu; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
3:54
1.15
II. Presto
George Enescu; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
2:33
Flute Sonata, Op. 52  
1.16
I. Adagio molto tranquillo
Charles Koechlin; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
4:45
1.17
II. Allegretto très modéré mais sans traîner
Charles Koechlin; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
3:57
1.18
III. Final. Animé et gai
Charles Koechlin; Toon Fret; Veronika Iltchenko
6:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:16
On Le Temps Retrouvé, flutist Toon Fret and pianist Veronika Iltchenko offer a rich, sensitive reading of repertoire from the French Belle Époque, the period between the end of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871 and the onset of World War I. This selection of colourful pieces by Debussy, Gaubert, Fauré, Enescu and Koechlin is a musical mosaic unique to that fascinating chapter in the history of music, during which the flute had a prominent role.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fuga Libera Studio Masters

Recording: 11 - 13 May, 2012, Concert Hall, Royal Conservatory of Ghent, Belgium Recording, mixing, mastering engineer: Yannick Willox Piano technicians: Jacek & Svetlo Cover picture: © Sum 2012 Booklet picture: Julie De Clercq Design: Mpointproduction Producer: EMS consulting Executive producer: Aliénor Mahy

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