Compositrices : À l'aube du XXe siècle Juliette Hurel & Hélène Couvert

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Label: Alpha

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

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  • Mel Bonis (1858 - 1937): Sonate Op. 64:
  • 1Sonate Op. 64: I. Andantino con moto05:05
  • 2Sonate Op. 64: II. Scherzo (Vivace)01:54
  • 3Sonate Op. 64: III. Adagio05:10
  • 4Sonate Op. 64: IV. Finale (Moderato)03:43
  • Lili Boulanger (1893 - 1918):
  • 5Nocturne03:00
  • 6D'un matin de printemps04:34
  • Clémence de Grandval (1828 - 1907): Suite pour flûte et piano:
  • 7Suite pour flûte et piano: I. Prélude01:56
  • 8Suite pour flûte et piano: II. Scherzo04:53
  • 9Suite pour flûte et piano: III. Menuet04:15
  • 10Suite pour flûte et piano: IV. Romance04:29
  • 11Suite pour flûte et piano: V. Final04:42
  • Mel Bonis:
  • 12Pièce, Op. 18904:18
  • 13Scherzo, Op. Posthume 187 (Finale)04:34
  • Cécile Chaminade (1857 - 1944):
  • 14Sérénade aux étoiles, Op. 14205:03
  • Augusta Holmès (1847 - 1903): Trois petites pièces:
  • 15Trois petites pièces: Chanson01:54
  • 16Trois petites pièces: Clair de Lune03:32
  • 17Trois petites pièces: Gigue01:23
  • Total Runtime01:04:25

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Juliette Hurel and Hélène Couvert, who have long enjoyed a close rapport on the concert platform and on disc, here celebrate five French women composers at the turn of the twentieth century. Countess Clémence de Grandval was the composer of some sixty songs, of which Saint-Saëns said: ‘They would certainly be famous if their composer did not have what many people regard as the irremediable defect of being a woman.’

Augusta Holmès earned the admiration of Liszt, Wagner and Saint-Saëns. To mark the Universal Exhibition of 1889, she composed a monumental work for more than a thousand musicians. During her studies at the Conservatoire, Mélanie Bonis fell madly in love with a singer, but had to marry a rich industrialist. She later returned to composition and used the pseudonym Mel Bonis, leaving her gender in doubt. Cécile Chaminade displayed extraordinary gifts at a very early age. Bizet called her ‘My little Mozart’. Lili Boulanger received her first music lessons from her sister, the famous teacher Nadia. In 1913, at the age of nineteen, she became the first woman to receive the Prix de Rome. The word ‘compositrice’ was born!

Juliette Hurel, flute
Helene Couvert, piano

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