Le Groupe des Six: Selected Works 1915-1945. LTM, Boutique LTMCD 2533.
L'album Des Six. CD1-1. Caprice (Le Bal Masqué). This 160 minute anthology features selected piano and orchestral works by Les Six composed between 1915 and 1945, including collaborations with Jean Cocteau, Guillaume Apollinaire, Max Jacob, Marcelle Meyer and Denise Duval. Includes a digitally remastered cast recording of the Surrealistic opera Les Mamelles de Tirésias, co-created by Francis Poulenc and Apollinaire, and new recordings of Dada-related works performed by Peter Beijersbergen van Henegouwen. All selections were recorded between 1928 and 2007, and include several personally performed or conducted by the composers themselves.
Le Groupe Des Six. Members: Arthur Honegger, Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, Georges Auric, Germaine Tailleferre, Louis Durey. Variations: Viewing All Le Groupe Des Six. "Groupe Des Six", "Le Groupe Des Six", "Les Six", ) -, Groupe Des Six, Les Six. Various, Le Groupe Des Six - Geoffrey Simon Conducting The Philharmonia Orchestra - French Ballets: L'Eventail De Jeanne And Les Mariés De La Tour Eiffel (Album).
Le Groupe des Six: Selected Works 1915-1945. Milhaud: Symphonies de Chambre. L'Enseble des Temps Modernes. Milhaud: Creation du Monde & Other Works.
L'Album des Six 1. 7. Often referred to, but less often heard, the celebrated L'Album des Six from 1920 stands as a minor landmark in 20th century modern music. Similarly the artful relationship between the composer members of Les Six and their sometime mentors Erik Satie and Jean Cocteau represents a cornerstone of the inter-war Modernism. Early salon performances by members of Les Six were small, some staged in an artists' studio on Rue Huyghens. Le groupe des six: selected works 1915-1945 (2CD).
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L'Album des Six (original title: "Album des 6") is a suite of six piano pieces published in 1920 by Eugène Demets, and written by the members of the group of French composers known as Les Six. This publication occurred in the same year as Les Six was first named as a recognisable group in French music. The journalist Henri Collet supplied that name in an article in the arts journal Comoedia published on 16 January 1920, which followed a joint concert by the six composers on 8 January.
Le Groupe des six, 1922, painting by Jacques-Émile Blanche. In this painting of eight people, only five of Les Six are represented; Louis Durey was not present. In the center: pianist Marcelle Meyer. On the left, from bottom to top: Germaine Tailleferre, Darius Milhaud, Arthur Honegger, Jean Wiener . In 1920 the group published an album of piano pieces together, known as L'Album des Six. This was the only work in which all six composers collaborated. Prélude (1919) – Auric. Les Six, Satie, and Cocteau – by Stéphane Villemin. Le Groupe des Six - Une évocation par diverses personnalités on YouTube. php?title Les Six&oldid 903490010". Show View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details. who besides a thoughtfully dreamy Sarabande in the collective album contributes seven varied, tersely packed miniatures that experiment in polytonality and atonality (the intense No. 3, dedicated to his future wife, contains bass rumblings very like those in the John Ireland Sonatina ). Born in 1899 were Auric (whose jokey Prelude in the album is taken by Bratke with too straight a face) and his senior by five weeks, Poulenc, who of course became much the most popular.