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Jacques Offenbach, Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo, Manuel Rosenthal - Gaîté Parisienne - Offenbachiana album flac

  • Performer: Jacques Offenbach
  • Album: Gaîté Parisienne - Offenbachiana
  • FLAC: 1770 mb | MP3: 1999 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Romantic
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Jacques Offenbach, Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo, Manuel Rosenthal - Gaîté Parisienne - Offenbachiana album flac

Tracklist

Gaîte Parisienne
1 Ouverture 2:46
2 Allegro Brillante 1:15
3 Polka 1:55
4 Poco Allegro - A Tempo De Ländler 2:05
5 Mazurka 2:54
6 Valse 2:14
7 Allero 1:20
8 Polka 1:49
9 Valse Lente 3:54
10 Tempo Di Marcia 1:45
11 Valse Moderato 2:14
12 Vivo 0:14
13 Valse 2:30
14 Allegro Molto 2:41
15 Valse 3:31
16 Allegro 0:30
17 Cancan 2:24
18 Qhadrille 0:56
19 Allegro 0:59
20 Allegro Moderato 0:46
21 Allegro 0:27
22 Allegro 1:10
23 Vivo 1:17
24 Barcarolle 4:26
Offenbachiana
25 Ouverture - Barbe-Bleu 3:07
26 La Grande-Duchesse De Gérolstein 2:11
27 Barbe-Bleu - La Fille Du Tambour-Majeur 6:37
28 La Vie Parisienne - La Grande-Duchesse De Gérolstein - Barbe-Bleu 9:46

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Palais Des Congrès, Monte-Carlo
  • Published By – Editions Mario Bois, Paris
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – HNH International Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Naxos Of America, Inc.
  • Edited At – K&A Productions Ltd.
  • Pressed By – DADC – DIDX-068337

Credits

  • Arranged By, Directed By – Manuel Rosenthal
  • Composed By – Jacques Offenbach
  • Directed By [Assistant] – Jean-Luc Tingaud
  • Edited By – Andrew Walton
  • Engineer – Andrew Groves
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Keith Anderson
  • Liner Notes [Music Notes] – Jean-Luc Tingaud
  • Orchestra – Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo
  • Painting – Toulouse-Lautrec*
  • Producer – Paul Myers

Notes

Made in Canada

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6-36943-40052-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): DIDX-068337 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L330
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6717
  • Other (Mould): 6713
  • Label Code: LC 05537
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8.554005 Jacques Offenbach Orch. Manuel Rosenthal, Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo Jacques Offenbach Orch. Manuel Rosenthal, Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo - Gaîté Parisienne • Offenbachiana ‎(CD, Album) Naxos 8.554005 Europe 1997
8.554005 Jacques Offenbach Orch. Manuel Rosenthal, Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo Jacques Offenbach Orch. Manuel Rosenthal, Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo - Gaîté Parisienne • Offenbachiana ‎(CD, Album) Naxos 8.554005 Europe 1999

Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo Manuel Rosenthal & Willi Boskovsky Stéréo recording in 1976, at Monte-Carlo Label : EMI. Just as Offenbach’s operettas reflect the more frantic spirit of the Second Empire, so Waldteufel’s music carries with it an echo of the imperial ballroom.

Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics Gaîté Parisienne: Valse (Orphée aux enfers) · Manuel Rosenthal · Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo Offenbach.

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Orchestra – Orchestre Philharmonique De Monte-Carlo. Orchestrated By, Conductor, Liner Notes – Manuel Rosenthal. Painting – Toulouse-Lautrec.

Tracklist: Gaîté Parisienne (after J. Offenbach) 1938 1. Ouverture 00:02:45 2. 1. Allegro brillante 00:01:16 3. 2. Polka 00:01:55 4. 3. Poco allegro - A tempo de Landler 00:02:05 . The results are as fresh and vivacious as the music itself, and the inclusion of the 1953 Offenbachiana effectively offers a complete survey of the great 19th century operetta composer's most memorable tunes, as seen through the insouciant musical syntax of the generation of Stravinsky and "Les Six".

Offenbach: Gaîté Parisienne; Offenbachiana is a 1996 Naxos recording under the direction of Manuel Rosenthal who leads Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo. Jean-Luc Tingaud has written the music notes. An easy listening recording that I can definitely recommend. This item: Gaite Parisienne, Offenbachiana. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

Gaîté Parisienne: Can-Can Scène 2 (Polka de Orphée aux enfers) - Manuel Rosenthal, Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo, Willi Boskovsky, Jacques Offenbach. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве.

Offenbach: Gaite Parisienne. Ouverture La Vie Parisienne. Allegro Moderato Mesdames De La Halle. Polka Voyage Dans La Lune. 4. Andler Lieschen Et Fritzchen. 5. Mazurka La Vie Parisienne. 6. Valse La Vie Parisienne. 7. Entrée Du Brésilien La Vie Parisienne. 8. Polka La Belle Hélene. 12. 13. Valse Contes De Hofman. 14. Le Duel Rosenthal. 15. Valse La Péricole. 16. Prélude De Can Can Rosenthal. 17. Can Can Scene 1 De Orphe Aux Enfers Et Robinson Crusoe. 18. Can Can Scene 2 Polka De Orphee Aux Enfers. 19. Can Can Scéne3 De La Vie Parisienne. 20. Can Can Scéne 4 Thémes De Orphée, La Vie Paris, Contes D'. .

Album: French Ballets, Offenbach & Waldteufel: Orchestral Works, 100 Best Waltzes & Polkas, Time Traveller: La Belle Epoque.

Gaîté Parisienne, ballet (music by Offenbach arranged by Manuel Rosenthal). Jacques Offenbach died in 1880, yet it is his name that is attached to this ballet that first appeared in 1938. While the tunes in Gaîté Parisienne are his, much of the orchestration, as well as the arrangement of the numbers, was done by Manuel Rosenthal. The premiere on April 5, 1938, at the Théâtre de Monte Carlo, was a great success and the music has been in the standard repertory ever since, often presented in "pops" concerts. Much of the music in Gaîté Parisienne, of course, was already familiar when it was first presented, which may have aided its success.

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