- Performer:Philippe Entremont / Denver Symphony Orchestra
- Title:Vive La France
- Date of release:April 16, 1995
- Size FLAC version1795 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1499 megabytes
- Size WMA version1857 megabytes
- Formats:AUD VOX AA VOX MPC AHX
Denver Symphony Orchestra.
Philippe Entremont, Denver Symphony Orchestra.
Philippe Entremont has directed the greatest symphony orchestras of Europe, Asia and America and has worked with the world’s most prominent soloists, both instrumental and vocal. In 1976, Entremont was appointed principal conductor and lifetime musical director of the Vienna Chamber Orchestra with which he toured the world many times since. He was also Director of the New Orleans Symphony from 1980 to 1986. He served the Denver Symphony (now the Colorado Symphony Orchestra) as music director from 1986 to 1989
Vive La France - de Lisle, Berlioz La Marseillaise, Roman Carnival Overtire, March to the Scaffold ; Chabrier Marche Joyeuse; Ravel: Pavane to a Dead Princess Pro Arte. Camille Saint-Saens (Composer), Paul Dukas (Composer), Emmanuel Chabrier (Composer), Hector Berlioz (Composer), Philippe Entremont (Conductor), Duaine Wolfe (Conductor), Denver Symphony (Orchestra), Claudine Carlson (Performer), Vinson Cole (Performer), Denver Symphony Chorus (Performer) & 7 more Format: Audio CD.
The Official Page of Philippe Entremont. Andrew was for 6 years at my side as assistant conductor for the He was terrifically helpful and I keep in mind the rendition of Brahms Symphony no3 under his expert baton. Very British, full of humor, marvelous to be with ! All my thoughts go to his family and friends Philippe Entremont.
Orchestra – Denver Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 16 to 29). Orchestrated By – Maurice Ravel (tracks: 16 to 29). Piano – Philippe Entremont (tracks: 1 to 15). Producer, Recorded By – Steve Vining. Digital Surround Sound.
The Denver Symphony Orchestra, established in 1934 and dissolved in 1989, was a professional American orchestra in Denver, Colorado. Until 1978, when the Boettcher Concert Hall was built to house the symphony orchestra, it performed in a succession of theaters, amphitheaters, and auditoriums. It was the predecessor to the Colorado Symphony, although the two ensembles were legally and structurally separate.
Philippe Entremont – piano Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Igor Stravinsky. André Jolivet Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. Philippe Entremont – piano Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, André Jolivet. Darius Milhaud Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra. Philippe Entremont – piano Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Darius Milhaud. La Création du Monde (Quartet Version). Philippe Entremont – piano, Trio à Cordes Francais, Jacques Ghestem – violin 2. CD 15
EN Philippe Entremont was born in a musician family: his mother is a pianist, his father, Jean Entremont, a pianist and a conductor. After studying privately with the pianist Marguerite Long, he studies in the Conservatoire de Paris with Jean Doyen. Nationalities : France. Representation : Concerts de Valmalète, Columbia Artists, Konzert-Direktion Hans Adler OHG, Musicaglotz.
CreditsDenver Symphony Orchestra - Primary Artist
Philippe Entremont - Primary Artist