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The Complete Songs of Francis Poulenc - Vol.3
Francis Poulenc

Malcolm Martineau

The Complete Songs of Francis Poulenc - Vol.3

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Format: CD
Label: Signum Classics
UPC: 0635212027226
Catnr: SIGCD 272
Release date: 01 October 2011
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Signum Classics
UPC
0635212027226
Catalogue number
SIGCD 272
Release date
01 October 2011
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About the album

Composing over 150 works for piano and voice over a period of 44 years, the songs of Francis Poulenc remain consistently popular to concert audiences the world over. Varying in their individual style and character in a way that defies generalization, Poulenc set music to a wide range of different French poetry – both ancient and modern, and from the serious to the surreal. This is the third release in our series that will build to encompass the complete songs of Francis Poulenc – performed by some of the greatest singers of the day and accompanied by the exceptional Malcolm Martineau.

Artist(s)

Malcolm Martineau

Malcolm Martineau was born in Edinburgh, read Music at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge and studied at the Royal College of Music.  Recognised as one of the leading accompanists of his generation, he has worked with many of the world’s greatest singers including Sir Thomas Allen, Dame Janet Baker, Olaf Bär, Barbara Bonney, Ian Bostridge, Angela Gheorghiu, Susan Graham, Thomas Hampson, Della Jones, Simon Keenlyside, Angelika Kirchschlager, Magdalena Kozena, Solveig Kringelborn, Jonathan Lemalu, Dame Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, Karita Mattila, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Anna Netrebko, Anne Sofie von Otter, Joan Rodgers, Amanda Roocroft, Michael Schade, Frederica von Stade, Sarah Walker and Bryn Terfel. He has presented his own series at the Wigmore Hall (a Britten and a Poulenc series and Decade by...
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Malcolm Martineau was born in Edinburgh, read Music at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge and studied at the Royal College of Music.

Recognised as one of the leading accompanists of his generation, he has worked with many of the world’s greatest singers including Sir Thomas Allen, Dame Janet Baker, Olaf Bär, Barbara Bonney, Ian Bostridge, Angela Gheorghiu, Susan Graham, Thomas Hampson, Della Jones, Simon Keenlyside, Angelika Kirchschlager, Magdalena Kozena, Solveig Kringelborn, Jonathan Lemalu, Dame Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, Karita Mattila, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Anna Netrebko, Anne Sofie von Otter, Joan Rodgers, Amanda Roocroft, Michael Schade, Frederica von Stade, Sarah Walker and Bryn Terfel.

He has presented his own series at the Wigmore Hall (a Britten and a Poulenc series and Decade by Decade – 100 years of German Song broadcast by the BBC) and at the Edinburgh Festival (the complete lieder of Hugo Wolf). He has appeared throughout Europe (including London’s Wigmore Hall, Barbican, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Royal Opera House; La Scala, Milan; the Chatelet, Paris; the Liceu, Barcelona; Berlin’s Philharmonie and Konzerthaus; Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and the Vienna Konzerthaus and Musikverein), North America (including in New York both Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall), Australia (including the Sydney Opera House) and at the Aix en Provence, Vienna, Edinburgh, Schubertiade, Munich and Salzburg Festivals.

Recording projects have included Schubert, Schumann and English song recitals with Bryn Terfel (for Deutsche Grammophon); Schubert and Strauss recitals with Simon Keenlyside (for EMI); recital recordings with Angela Gheorghiu and Barbara Bonney (for Decca), Magdalena Kozena (for DG), Della Jones (for Chandos), Susan Bullock (for Crear Classics), Solveig Kringelborn (for NMA); Amanda Roocroft (for Onyx); the complete Fauré songs with Sarah Walker and Tom Krause; the complete Britten Folk Songs for Hyperion; the complete Beethoven Folk Songs for Deutsche Grammophon; the complete Poulenc songs for Signum; and Britten Song Cycles as well as Schubert’s Winterreise with Florian Boesch for Onyx.

This season’s engagements include appearances with Simon Keenlyside, Magdalena Kozena, Dorothea Röschmann, Susan Graham, Christopher Maltman, Thomas Oliemanns, Kate Royal, Christiane Karg, Iestyn Davies, Florian Boesch and Anne Schwanewilms.

He was a given an honorary doctorate at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2004, and appointed International Fellow of Accompaniment in 2009. Malcolm was the Artistic Director of the 2011 Leeds Lieder Festival.


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Thomas Oliemans

Amsterdam born winner of the 2013 Prix d' Amis of The Netherlands Opera for his portrayal of Papageno in Simon McBurney's production of Die Zauberflöte, Thomas Oliemans made his professional opera debut aged 24 as the Father in Hans Werner Henze’s Pollicino with the Nationale Reisopera of the Netherlands where he also sang Minos in Händel’s Arianna in Creta and Ned Keene in Britten’s Peter Grimes. In 2005 he made his debut at the Salzburg Festival as Gonsalvo Fieschi in Schreker's Die Gezeichneten. Further important debuts followed in 2006 as Papageno in Mozart´s Die Zauberflöte at the Opéra de Nantes/Angers to great public and critical acclaim, and at the Grand Théâtre de Genève as Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte.  His most recent operatic engagements have included his debut at Teatro Real in Madrid with Ivor Bolton and...
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Amsterdam born winner of the 2013 Prix d' Amis of The Netherlands Opera for his portrayal of Papageno in Simon McBurney's production of Die Zauberflöte, Thomas Oliemans made his professional opera debut aged 24 as the Father in Hans Werner Henze’s Pollicino with the Nationale Reisopera of the Netherlands where he also sang Minos in Händel’s Arianna in Creta and Ned Keene in Britten’s Peter Grimes.

In 2005 he made his debut at the Salzburg Festival as Gonsalvo Fieschi in Schreker's Die Gezeichneten. Further important debuts followed in 2006 as Papageno in Mozart´s Die Zauberflöte at the Opéra de Nantes/Angers to great public and critical acclaim, and at the Grand Théâtre de Genève as Guglielmo in Cosi fan tutte.

His most recent operatic engagements have included his debut at Teatro Real in Madrid with Ivor Bolton and Krysztof Warlikowski (Hercule in Gluck’s Alceste) Donner in Das Rheingold under the baton of Ingo Metzmacher at the Grand Théâtre de Genève, reprisal of his Papageno in Die Zauberflöte at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence and Amsterdam. Conte in Le Nozze di Figaro in Gothenburg, Ramiro in L'Heure Espagnole in concert conducted by Charles Dutoit. He appeared as Lescaut in Massenet’s Manon at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse partnering Natalie Dessay, had his debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden singing Schaunard alongside Joseph Calleja, Roberto Alagna and Angela Gheorghiu in La Bohème conducted by Semyon Bychkov, Papageno in a new production of Die Zauberflöte staged by esteemed director Simon McBurney and Fritz Kothner in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg conducted by Marc Albrecht at De Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam, Marcello in La Bohème and Gunther inGötterdämmerung at the Nationale Reisopera, Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus and Marcello in La Bohème at the Opéra National du Rhin in Strasbourg, Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro and Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia for the Scottish Opera, Hercule in Gluck’s Alceste at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Papageno in Die Zauberflöte at the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse. His strong ties to The Netherlands Opera have resulted in parts in Don Carlo, Un Ballo in maschera, Die Zauberflöte, Meistersinger and Rameau’sCastor et Pollux. He also sang leading roles in three world-premiere productions of contemporary Dutch operas by Wagemans (Legende), Zuidam (Adam in Ballingschap) and Martijn Padding (Laika).


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John Mark Ainsley

John Mark Ainsley is a highly versatile concert singer whose international engagements include appearances with the London Symphony under Sir Colin Davis, Rostropovich and Previn, the Concert D’Astrée under Haim, the London Philharmonic under Norrington, Les Musiciens du Louvre under Minkowski, the Cleveland Orchestra under Welser-Möst, the Berlin Philharmonic under Haitink and Rattle, the Berlin Staatskapelle under Jordan, the New York Philharmonic under Masur, the Boston Symphony under Ozawa, the San Francisco Symphony under Tate and Norrington, the Vienna Philharmonic under Norrington, Pinnock and Welser-Möst, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields under Marriner and Langrée, and both the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the Orchestre de Paris under Giulini. At the 2005 Saito Kinen Festival he appeared...
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John Mark Ainsley is a highly versatile concert singer whose international engagements include appearances with the London Symphony under Sir Colin Davis, Rostropovich and Previn, the Concert D’Astrée under Haim, the London Philharmonic under Norrington, Les Musiciens du Louvre under Minkowski, the Cleveland Orchestra under Welser-Möst, the Berlin Philharmonic under Haitink and Rattle, the Berlin Staatskapelle under Jordan, the New York Philharmonic under Masur, the Boston Symphony under Ozawa, the San Francisco Symphony under Tate and Norrington, the Vienna Philharmonic under Norrington, Pinnock and Welser-Möst, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields under Marriner and Langrée, and both the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino and the Orchestre de Paris under Giulini.

At the 2005 Saito Kinen Festival he appeared in Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder under Ozawa. His discography is extensive, including Handel’s Saul with Gardiner, Britten’s Midsummer Night’s Dream with Davis, Stravinsky’s Pulcinella with Haitink and J.S. Bach’s Mass in B minor and the Evangelist in the St Matthew Passion with Ozawa, L’enfance du Christ, Alexander’s Feast, Acis and Galatea, the Berlioz Requiem and the title role in Monteverdi’s Orfeo. He has made a series of recital records of Schubert, Mozart, Purcell, Grainger, Warlock and Quilter, with a recording of Vaughan Williams’s On Wenlock Edge nominated for a Gramophone Award. Other recordings include the Britten cycles Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Les Illuminations and Nocturne, Charlie in Brigadoon and Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni. On the operatic stage he has sung Don Ottavio at the Glyndebourne Festival under Sir Simon Rattle, and at the Aix-en-Provence Festival under Claudio Abbado. He has appeared with Opera Australia as Tito and Idomeneo, with the Netherlands Opera as the title role in Handel’s Samson, with the San Francisco Opera as Don Ottavio and Jupiter in Semele and at the Munich Festival as Jonathan in Saul and as Orfeo, for which he received the Munich Festival Prize. In 2002 he made his début at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, as Don Ottavio under Mackerras. At the 2003 Salzburg Festival he created the rôle of Der Daemon in the world première of Hans Werner Henze’s L’Upupa, which he reprised at the Teatro Real, Madrid. He returned to Salzburg in 2006 where he sang Soliman in Zaide and Belfiore in La finta giardinera. He sang The Madwoman in Britten’s Curlew River in Frankfurt and his first Pelléas for the Deutsche Oper, Berlin.


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Sarah Fox

Born in Yorkshire, Sarah Fox is one of the leading English sopranos of her generation. She was educated at Giggleswick School, London University and the Royal College of Music. A former winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award and the John Christie Award, she is also an Honorary Fellow of Royal Holloway College, London University. She is equally at home in many musical genres including opera, folksong and musical theatre. Roles at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden have included Micaela/Carmen, Asteria/Tamerlano, Zerlina/Don Giovanni and Woglinde/Der Ring des Nibelungen. Other highlights include Asteria in Munich and Barcelona (opposite Domingo); Zerlina at Glyndebourne and in Cincinnati; Woglinde for Salzburg & Aix-en- Provence festivals; Susanna/Le Nozze di Figaro for Glyndebourne & The Royal Danish...
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Born in Yorkshire, Sarah Fox is one of the leading English sopranos of her generation. She was educated at Giggleswick School, London University and the Royal College of Music. A former winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award and the John Christie Award, she is also an Honorary Fellow of Royal Holloway College, London University. She is equally at home in many musical genres including opera, folksong and musical theatre.
Roles at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden have included Micaela/Carmen, Asteria/Tamerlano, Zerlina/Don Giovanni and Woglinde/Der Ring des Nibelungen. Other highlights include Asteria in Munich and Barcelona (opposite Domingo); Zerlina at Glyndebourne and in Cincinnati; Woglinde for Salzburg & Aix-en- Provence festivals; Susanna/Le Nozze di Figaro for Glyndebourne & The Royal Danish Opera; Ilia/Idomeneo with De Vlaamse Opera; and Mimi/La Bohème for Opera North.
Her prestigious concert career has taken her worldwide. Highlights have included engagements in Denver, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, The Faeroe Islands and Bermuda as well as tours throughout the UK, Europe & Scandinavia. She has worked with many of the world’s leading orchestras including the Academy of Ancient Music, Berlin Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Concerto Cologne, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Hallé, Minnesota Orchestra, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Philharmonia, the San Francisco Symphony and the Vienna Tonklunster Orchestra with conductors including Elder, Hickox, Maazel, Mackerras, Pappano & Rattle. She has appeared several times at the BBC Proms, the Edinburgh Festival & the Three Choirs Festival and is a regular guest with the Classical Opera Company and at London’s Wigmore Hall. She is also a highly accomplished recitalist with a particular affinity for French Song.
She performs frequently with John Wilson and his Orchestra; she is a regular guest on BBC Radio 2’s “Friday Night is Music Night”; and has performed a series of concerts with Rufus Wainwright in Europe. She was a judge on the second series of BBC TV’s “The Choir : Sing While You Work” with Gareth Malone.
Her discography includes Poulenc Songs (with Malcolm Martineau) for Signum Classics; Mahler’s 4th Symphony (Philharmonia/Mackerras and Philharmonia/Maazel) both for Signum; Vaughan Williams’ 3rd Symphony (Hallé/Elder) for the Hallé label; Vaughan Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem (Colorado Symphony Orchestra/ Litton) and Poulenc Songs (with Graham Johnson) both for Hyperion; Leighton’s 2nd Symphony (BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Hickox) for Chandos; “That’s Entertainment” (John Wilson Orchestra) for EMI classics; and “Cole Porter in Hollywood” (John Wilson Orchestra) for Warner Classics.
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Composer(s)

Francis Poulenc

Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc was a French composer and pianist. Poulenc's wealthy family intended him for a business career in the Rhone Poulenc family company and did not allow him to enrol at a music college. Largely self-educated musically, he studied with the pianist Ricardo Viñes, who became his mentor after the composer's parents died. Poulenc soon came under the influence of Erik Satie, under whose tutelage he became one of a group of young composers known collectively as Les Six. This group of French composers from the 1920s aimed to clear music of the impressionism of Claude Debussy, and German influences such as the Romanticism of Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss. Their motto was 'L'art pour l'art': they composed music for the sake of...
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Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc was a French composer and pianist. Poulenc's wealthy family intended him for a business career in the Rhone Poulenc family company and did not allow him to enrol at a music college. Largely self-educated musically, he studied with the pianist Ricardo Viñes, who became his mentor after the composer's parents died. Poulenc soon came under the influence of Erik Satie, under whose tutelage he became one of a group of young composers known collectively as Les Six. This group of French composers from the 1920s aimed to clear music of the impressionism of Claude Debussy, and German influences such as the Romanticism of Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss. Their motto was "L'art pour l'art": they composed music for the sake of music, without any 'meaning' or extramusical intents. In his early works Poulenc became known for his high spirits and irreverence. During the 1930s a much more serious side to his nature emerged, particularly in the religious music he composed from 1936 onwards, which he alternated with his more light-hearted works.

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01.
Air romantique
01:38
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
02.
Air champêtre
01:20
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
03.
Air grave
02:38
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
04.
Air vif
01:08
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
05.
Colloque [TO] and [LA]
03:13
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Mazurka [TO]
03:45
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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La grenouillère
02:10
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Montparnasse [TO]
03:12
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Hyde Park [TO]
00:55
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Le pont [RM]
01:39
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Un poème [TO]
01:15
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Le portrait [JMA]
01:52
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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i. Tu vois le feu du soir
04:14
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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ii. Je nommerai ton front
01:15
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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...Mais mourir [JMA]
01:38
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Main dominée par le coeur [TO]
01:12
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
17.
i. Rayons des yeux
01:17
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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ii. Le matin les branches attisent
00:45
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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iii. Tout disparut
01:52
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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iv. Dans les ténèbres du jardin
00:29
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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v. Unis la fraîcheur et le feu
01:25
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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vi. Homme au sourire tendre
02:08
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
23.
vii. La grande rivière qui va
00:53
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
24.
i. L'espionne
01:48
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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ii. Mutation
00:44
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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iii. Vers le sud
01:52
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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iv. Il pleut
01:12
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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v. La grâce exilée
00:39
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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vi. Aussi bien que les cigales
01:52
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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vii. Voyage
02:49
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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La souris [LM]
00:54
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Monsieur Sans Souci [JL] (Il fait tout lui-même)
03:05
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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Nous voulons une petite soeur [LA]
05:08
(Francis Poulenc) Malcolm Martineau, Lorna Andersen, Sarah Fox, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Robert Murray, John Mark Ainsley, Thomas Oliemans, Jonathan Lemalu
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