Reynaldo Hahn, Jean-Christophe Benoit, Bernard Ringeissen - Mélodies / Pièces Pour Piano FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Mélodies / Pièces Pour Piano
FLAC version ZIP size: 1946 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1733 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1110 mb
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Jean-Christophe Benoit. Baritone (Vocal), Primary Artist.
Jean-Cristophe Benoit, baryton Bernard Ringeissen, piano LP 1976 (disques Adès).
In 1955 he won 4th prize at the 5th International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw; then equal 2nd Prize with Dimitri Bashkirov at the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud International Competition (no 1st Prize was awarded that year). In 1962 he won 1st Prize at the Rio de Janeiro International Competition and the Villa-Lobos Special Prize for.
Jean-Christophe Benoît (18 March 1925 – 21 February 2019) was a French baritone, who enjoyed a long career in France and francophone countries on the stage, the concert platform and radio and television. He was born in Paris on 18 March 1925 into a musical family. His parents were musicians, and he began young to discover his musical talents. Attending the Paris Conservatoire, his tutors included Olivier Messiaen (harmony), Noel Gallon (counterpoint) and Gabriel Dubois (vocal studies).
Jean-Christophe Benoit on Last. fm Business Profiles. Jean Christophe BENOIT, Touchmedia - Maroc Viadeo. Complete your Kosma - Jean-Christophe Benoit, Bernard Ringeissen. Jean Christophe Benoit (c ) - Genealogy.
Jean-Christophe Benoît was a France baritone, who enjoyed an extended profession in France and francophone countries over the stage, the concert system and radio and tv. He was created in Paris on 18 March 1925 right into a musical family. Accompanied by Bernard Ringeissen he documented an LP of sixteen tracks by József Kosma for Disques Advertisementès in 1976. He provided the narration for the France variations of Britten's Young Person's Information towards the Orchestra and Prokofiev's Peter as well as the Wolf with Hans Swarowsky performing the Pro Musica Orchester Wien. He appeared in a lot of broadcasts on.
Jean-Christophe Benoît was a French baritone, who enjoyed a long career in France and francophone countries on the stage, the concert platform and radio and television . In the early 1950s Benoît began studio recording; his Mathurin being described in Opera on Record as "even at this early stage of his career Jean-Christophe Benoît's wit was readily flourished; his rustic accent is hilarious" He sang Dancaïre in Carmen in four separate studio versions.
|Trois Jours De Vendange||2:40|
|Si Mes Vers Avaient Des Ailes!...||1:50|
|Dans La Nuit||1:00|
|Nééré (“Études Latines” N°2)||3:15|
|Quand Je Fus Pris Au Pavillon||1:00|
|L'Heure Exquise (“Chansons Grises” N°5)||2:05|
|Pièces Pour Piano|
|Portrait (“Le Rossignol Éperdu” N°14)||0:35|
|Narghile (“Le Rossignol Éperdu” N°32)||2:35|
|Valse N°9 “La Feuille”||1:50|
|Portrait (“Juvenilia” N°1)||1:25|
|Tyndaris (“Études Latines” N°7)||1:20|
|Cantique Sur Le Bonheur Des Justes Et Sur Le Malheur Des Réprouvés||3:30|
|14.003||Reynaldo Hahn, Jean-Christophe Benoit, Bernard Ringeissen||Reynaldo Hahn, Jean-Christophe Benoit, Bernard Ringeissen - Mélodies / Pièces Pour Piano (LP)||Disques Adès||14.003||France||1976|
|13.282-2||Reynaldo Hahn, Jean-Christophe Benoit, Bernard Ringeissen||Reynaldo Hahn, Jean-Christophe Benoit, Bernard Ringeissen - Mélodies / Pièces Pour Piano (CD)||Disques Adès||13.282-2||France||1990|