David, Félicien - Le Desert - Equilbey, Laurence

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Conducted by Laurence Equilbey and featuring the renowned Accentus choir and Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, this new recording of one of the French masterpieces of the mid-19th century is a real discovery.French composer Felicien David spent 4 years in Egypt and Algeria before returning to Paris, where he composed this romantic 'ode symphonie' which pandered to the popular orientalist trend and was a huge success throughout Europe.Born in 1810, Felicien David's voyage took him to Egypt and Algeria between 1831 and 1835. He returned to his homeland with the intention of 'singing of the East' to French ears and making a name for himself as a composer in Paris - at that time, the musical crossroads of Europe. In December 1844, David reached the heights of fame when his ode-symphonie 'Le Desert' was given at the Theatre-Italien. Berlioz extended an enthusiastic welcome to the work, in which he saw the reflection of his own aesthetic experiments and in February 1845 he conducted 'Le Desert' himself in a concert at the Cirque des Champs-elysees.Berlioz had tried his hand at a mixed genre with 'Romeo et Juliette' in 1839, namely the 'symphonie dramatique', midway between the oratorio and the symphony, but in 1844 David ushered in a new manner of conceiving the narrative: he does not project his listeners into the heart of a frenetic action, but rather asks them to observe a landscape, as if they were standing in front of three successive tableaux: a caravan advancing a nocturnal halt a sunrise. This phenomenal success, however, such as Berlioz was never to enjoy in his lifetime, had a detrimental effect on David's future career.The reception of the oratorio 'Moise au Sinai' (March 1846) already suffered from this factor, and the composer of 'Le Saphir' (premiered at the Opera Comique in 1865) was even reproached for having 'got off his camel'. In Le Monde, July 1868, a caricature by the cartoonist Achille Lemont depicted an ageing Felicien David holding a lyre with broken strings, seated on the skeleton of a camel and chained to a post bearing the inscription 'Desert a perpetuite' . .
Artikelnummer V5405
Streckkod 0822186054055
Utgivningsdatum 2015-02-21
Kategori Klassiskt
Skivbolag Naïve
Enhet CD
Antal enheter 2
Artister Various Artists
Dirigenter Equilbey, Laurence
Kompositörer David, Félicien
Disk: 1
1 L'entree Au Desert
Disk: 2
1 L'entree Au Desert
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