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Sergei Prokofiev, Benjamin Britten, Paul Dukas, Gabriel Pierné, Francis Poulenc, Tibor Harsanyi, Camille Saint-Saëns - Pour Les Enfants album flac

  • Performer: Sergei Prokofiev
  • Album: Pour Les Enfants
  • FLAC: 1986 mb | MP3: 1975 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Modern
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Sergei Prokofiev, Benjamin Britten, Paul Dukas, Gabriel Pierné, Francis Poulenc, Tibor Harsanyi, Camille Saint-Saëns - Pour Les Enfants album flac

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1-1 Pierre Et Le Loup, Conte Musical Pour Enfants, Op. 67
Composed By – Sergei ProkofievConductor – Igor MarkevitchRead By – Peter Ustinov
27:28
1-2 Présentation De L'orchestre A Une Jeune Personne : Variations Et Fugues Sur Un Thème De Purcell, Op. 34
Composed By – Benjamin BrittenConductor – Igor MarkevitchRead By – Peter Ustinov
18:42
1-3 L'Apprenti Sorcier, Scherzo D'Après Une Ballade De Goethe
Composed By – Paul DukasConductor – Jean-Pierre Jacquillat
11:42
1-4 Marche Des Petits soldats De Plomb, Op. 14 N°6
Composed By – Gabriel PiernéConductor – Jean-Pierre Jacquillat
2:58
2-1 L'Histoire De Babar, Le Petit Eléphant
Composed By – Francis PoulencRead By – Peter Ustinov
27:11
2-2 L'Histoire Du Petit Tailleur, Suite Pour récitant, 7 Instruments & Percussion, D'après Un Conte De Grimm
Composed By – Tibor HarsanyiRead By – Peter Ustinov
28:12
Le Carnaval Des Animaux, Grande Fantaisie Zoologique
Cello – Robert Cordier Composed By – Camille Saint-SaënsConductor – Georges PrêtreDouble Bass – Marcel CazauranEnsemble – Orchestre De La Société Des Concerts Du ConservatoireFlute – Michel Debost
2-3 1. Introduction Et Marche Royale Du Lion 2:10
2-4 2. Poules Et Coqs - Hemiones 1:20
2-5 3. Tortues - L'Eléphant - Kangourous 4:11
2-6 4. Aquarium 1:49
2-7 5. Personnages A Longues Oreilles - Le Coucou Au fond Des Bois 2:40
2-8 6. Volière 1:11
2-9 7. Pianistes - Fossiles 2:31
2-10 8. Le Cygne 2:37
2-11 9. Final 1:55

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI France

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℗ 1966 (L'Histoire De Babar, Le Petit Eléphant, L'Histoire Du Petit Tailleur)
℗ 1967 (Le Carnaval Des Animaux)
℗ 1969 (Pierre Et Le Loup, Présentation De L'orchestre A Une Jeune Personne, L'Apprenti Sorcier, Marche Des Petits soldats De Plomb)
This compilation and digital remastering ℗ 1994 by EMI FRANCE
© 1994 EMI FRANCE

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  • Barcode: 724356835429

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