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Paris

Elisabeth Leonskaja

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Valses nobles et sentimentales, M. 61  
1.1
I. Modéré – tres franc
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
1:19
1.2
II. Assez lent – avec une expession intense
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
2:21
1.3
III. Modéré
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
1:37
1.4
IV. Assez animé
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
1:34
1.5
V. Presque lent – dans un sentiment intime
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
1:10
1.6
VI. Vif
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
0:42
1.7
VII. Moins vif
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
3:34
1.8
VIII. Epilogue – Lent
Maurice Ravel; Elisabeth Leonskaja
3:51
Piano Sonata No. 1 in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 24  
1.9
I. Allegro molto moderato e grave
George Enescu; Elisabeth Leonskaja
13:20
1.10
II. Presto vivace
George Enescu; Elisabeth Leonskaja
4:44
1.11
III. Andante molto espressivo
George Enescu; Elisabeth Leonskaja
8:48
Préludes pour piano, L. 117, Livre 1  
1.12
III. Le vent dans la plaine
Claude Debussy; Elisabeth Leonskaja
2:28
1.13
VIII. La fille aux cheveaux de lin
Claude Debussy; Elisabeth Leonskaja
2:14
Préludes pour piano, L. 123, Livre 2  
1.14
XII. Feux d'artifice
Claude Debussy; Elisabeth Leonskaja
4:37
1.15
La Plus Lente, L. 121
Claude Debussy; Elisabeth Leonskaja
5:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:39
From the early 1800s to the end of the 1960s, Paris was the focal city of the arts world par excellence. La Ville Lumière was the city of intellectualism, a place which drew writers, artists and musicians from all over France and overseas. Paris, where every topic became a theme for discussion, and every discussion a reason to form a group, was the nursery from which every tendency and movement was to bud during the following 150 years. But as always, there were traditionalists who opposed this modern turn, and in a country whose culture was innately non-conformist the stage was set for debate. In the eighteenth century, the French were divided over whether music should follow French tastes or be inclined to the Italian. Then came the Romantics and the Wagnerians, Parnassianism, Naturalism, the Symbolists and the Impressionists, and all the diverse stylistic movements that fell into the melting pot of Expressionism.
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