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Berlioz: L'Enfance du Christ. Ensemble, Primary Artist. Liner Note Translation.

L'enfance du Christ (The Childhood of Christ), Opus 25, is an oratorio by the French composer Hector Berlioz, based on the Holy Family's flight into Egypt (see Gospel of Matthew 2:13). Berlioz wrote his own words for the piece. Most of it was composed in 1853 and 1854, but it also incorporates an earlier work La fuite en Egypte (1850).

Nº 1 L'Enfance Du Christ, Op. 25. A. 1re Partie: Le Songe D'Hérod. Nº 4 Nº1 L'Enfance Du Christ, Op. B. 3me Parie: L'Arrivée À Saïs (Concl. Nº 2 L'Enfance Du Christ, Op. C1.

Berlioz: L'enfance Du Christ (2 CDs). Released by Decca Music Group Ltd. Sep 2015 25 Tracks. Berlioz: L'enfance Du Christ (2 CDs) is a English album released on Sep 2015. Berlioz: L'enfance Du Christ (2 CDs) Album has 25 songs sung by The Choir Of Kings College, Cambridge, Sir Andrew Davis. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Berlioz: L'enfance Du Christ (2 CDs) songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Hector Berlioz: L'Enfance du Christ. Roger Norrington Conductor. CDs: 2 Tracks: 17 Length: 1:31:09. CD 1 of 2. Hector Berlioz Composer. Part 1: Le Songe d’Hérode Work. Part 2: La Fuite en Egypte, . 28 Work. Frank Bossert Tenor, Mikhael Nikiforov Bass, Ralf Lukas Bass-baritone, Christopher Maltman Baritone, SWR Stuttgart Vocal Ensemble Chorus/Choir, SWR Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Mark Padmore Tenor, Bernhard Hartmann Bass, Christiane Oelze Soprano, Roger Norrington Conductor.

In composing L’Enfance du Christ Berlioz was to some extent drawing on past memories – notably what he describes in his Memoirs (chapter 1) as his ‘first musical impression’ when he took his first communion as a boy at La Côte Saint André, and his experiences as a young admirer of his teacher Lesueur when he was introduced by him to his numerous. oratorios on biblical subjects

L’enfance du Christ - Partie I - Prologue. Composer(s) Hector Berlioz. Artist(s) Robin Ticciati Yann Beuron, Veronique Gens, Stephan Loges, Alastair Miles Véronique Gens Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. L’enfance du Christ - Partie I - Prologue. L’enfance du Christ - Partie I - Scene I: Marche nocturne. L’enfance du Christ - Partie I - Scene I: Marche.

Ensemble Carpe Diem, La Côte-Saint-André, Rhone-Alpes, France. L'ensemble vous invite à découvrir son spectacle "Double Faust". En première partie, des extraits des Faust de Gounod et Berlioz ; en deuxième partie, l'opérette "Faust en ménage" de Claude Terrasse. Avec Jean-Pierre Arnaud au hautbois, Elodie Roux à la flûte, Pauline Chacon au cor, Jeanne Bonnet à la contrebasse, Quentin Dubreuil aux percussions, Xavier Flabat ténor et Marie Saadie soprane. Concert "Double Faust" avec l'Ensemble CARPE DIEM.

Hector Berlioz (1803-1869) was a controversial French composer, dramatically splitting the opinions of critics. His most famous work is Symphonie Fantastique. Berlioz was one of the most influential of all 19th-century conductors. He started out as a medical student, he swapped disciplines mid-course and started his formal music studies at the Paris Conservatoire in 1826. An extraordinary pupil, over the next six years he produced a series of increasingly original and inventive works that climaxed in the Symphonie Fantastique. Hector Berlioz: L’Enfance du Christ. Vivid Reading of La Damnation de Faust. Berlioz at His Most Essential. Hector Berlioz - The Music Critic.


Jean-Pierre Arnaud - Adaptation
Florence Badol-Bertrand - Liner Notes
Charlotte Charbonnier - Editing, Mastering
Étienne Collard - Producer, Recording
Ensemble Carpe Diem - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Christian Fromont - Spoken Word
Pable Galonce - Liner Note Translation
Jiri Heger - Editing, Mastering
Margit Kubasta - Liner Note Translation
Francoise Masset - Soprano (Vocal)
Mary Pardoe - Liner Note Translation, Text Translation
Lionel Peintre - Baritone (Vocal)
Marc Sibertin-Blanc - Illustrations
Camille Trastour - Art Coordinator

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
L' Enfance du Christ, oratorio for soprano, 2 tenors, baritone, 3 basses, chorus & orchetsra ("trilogie sacrée") H. 130 (Op. 25)
1 I. Le Songe d'Hérode. Prologue Ensemble Carpe Diem 2:03
2 I. Le Songe d'Hérode. Intérieur du palais d'Hérode Ensemble Carpe Diem 8:20
3 I. Le Songe d'Hérode. Hérode et les Devins Ensemble Carpe Diem 8:50
4 I. Le Songe d'Hérode. L'étable de Bethléem Ensemble Carpe Diem 7:16
5 II. La Fuite en Égypte. Les bergers se rassemblent devant l'étable de Bethléem Ensemble Carpe Diem 5:27
6 II. La Fuite en Égypte. L'adieu des bergers à la Sainte Famille Ensemble Carpe Diem 3:48
7 II. La Fuite en Égypte. Le repos de la Sainte Famille Ensemble Carpe Diem 3:05
8 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. Le long voyage Ensemble Carpe Diem 1:37
9 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. L'intérieur de la ville de Saïs Ensemble Carpe Diem 6:03
10 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. L'intérieur de la maison des Ismaélites Ensemble Carpe Diem 1:10
11 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. Les prodiges de l'enfant Jésus Ensemble Carpe Diem 3:27
12 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. Les jeunes Ismaélites Ensemble Carpe Diem 6:14
13 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. Épilogue Ensemble Carpe Diem 3:17
14 III. L'Arrivée à Saïs. Chœur Ensemble Carpe Diem 4:06