Auric, Durey, Honegger, Milhaud, Poulenc, Satie, Tailleferre - Les Six & Satie - Works for Piano 4 Hands - Pascal Roge & Ami Roge - 2020 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Auric, Durey, Honegger, Milhaud, Poulenc, Satie, Tailleferre – Les Six & Satie – Works for Piano 4 Hands – Pascal Roge & Ami Roge – 2020 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Georges Auric, Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, Erik Alfred Leslie Satie, Germaine Tailleferre
Performer: Pascal Rogé, Ami Rogé – piano
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Pascal Roge & Ami Roge / Auric, Durey, Honegger, Milhaud, Poulenc, Satie, Tailleferre – Les Six & Satie – Works for Piano 4 Hands (2020)

01. Auric: Prélude 1:26
02. Durey: Romance sans paroles, Op. 21 2:23
03. Honegger: Sarabande 1:33
04. Milhaud: Mazurka 1:08
05. Poulenc: Valse 2:01
06. Tailleferre: Pastorale 1:32

Georges Auric (1899-1983)

07. Une Valse 2:25

5 Bagatelles 6:10

08. I. Ouverture 1:19
09. II. Petite Marche 1:12
10. III. Valse 0:59
11. IV. Rêverie 1:10
12. V. Retraite 1:30

Louis Edmond Durey (1888-1980)

Pieces (2), for Piano Four-Hands, Op. 7 9:41

13. I. Carillons 4:45
14. II. Neige 4:56

Arthur Honegger (1892-1955)

15. Trois Contrepoints: Prélude 1:18
16. Pastorale d’été 7:11

Darius Milhaud (1892-1974)

Scaramouche, suite for two pianos, Op. 165b 8:57

17. I. Vif 2:43
18. II. Modéré 3:48
19. III. Brazileira 2:26

Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)

20. Capriccio (d’après Le Bal masqué) for two pianos 4:42

Germaine Tailleferre (1892-1983)

Jeux de plein air (Outdoor Games) 9:13

21. I. La Tirelitentaine 1:51
22. II. Cach-Cache Mitoula 2:58
23. III. Valse Lente 1:17
24. IV. Intermezzo 3:07

Erik Alfred Leslie Satie (1866-1925)

Parade 10:39

25. I. Prélude du Rideau Rouge 1:25
26. II. Prestidigitateur Chinois 2:31
27. III. Petite Fille Américaine 1:00
28. IV. Rag-time du Paquebot 2:16
29. V. Acrobates 3:09
30. VI. Suite au Prélude du Rideau Rouge 0:18

Pascal Rogé, long considered the greatest exponent of French piano repertoire is joined by his pianist wife Ami in a programme devoted to Les Six – the group of composers brought together by Jean Cocteau in 1917 and who created a musical reaction to the suffocating influence of German romanticism upon French musical culture. Based in Montparnasse the name was inspired by Balakirev’s ‘The Five’ and the journalist Henri Collet’s 1920 article ‘Les cinq Russians, les six Français, et M.Satie’ . Satie gets a look in on this album with his ‘Parade’ closing the programme. The CD includes the 1920 L’Album des Six, Scaramouche by Milhaud, Cinq Bagatelles for piano 4 hands by Auric, Two Pieces for 4 hands op.7 by Durey and works by Honegger and Tailleferre.

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