Musique de la révolution française (Various)

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Performances

Recordings

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Vangi (2017/6/18)

6 more: 2. Mehul: Ouverture en fa (1793) • 3. Catel: La Bataille de Fleurus (1794) • 4. Catel: Symphonie en ut (1795) • 5. Mehul: Le Chant du départ, hymne de guerre • 6. Catel: Ouverture en ut (1793) • 7. Cherubini: Hymne au Panthéon (1794)

MP3 file (audio)
Vangi (2017/6/18)

MP3 file (audio)
Vangi (2017/6/18)

MP3 file (audio)
Vangi (2017/6/18)

MP3 file (audio)
Vangi (2017/6/18)

MP3 file (audio)
Vangi (2017/6/18)

MP3 file (audio)
Vangi (2017/6/18)

Performers Denise Monteil, Jean Malraye (voices), Chorale des Jeunesse musicales de France
Musique des Gardiens de la Paix de Paris
Louis Martini & Désiré Dondeyne (conductors)
Publisher Info. Paris: Erato, 1962. STE 50073.
Copyright
Misc. Notes BnF B-13479 - Disque microsillon, 33 t, 30 cm
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General Information

Work Title Musique de la révolution française
Alternative. Title
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 recordings:
1. Rouget de Lisle: Chant de guerre pour l'armée du Rhin 'La Marseillaise' (1792-93) (arr. 2 voices, mixed chorus, wind band)
2. Méhul: Ouverture en fa (1793) (originally for wind band)
3. Catel: La Bataille de Fleurus (1794) ("Hymne patriotique", arr. mixed chorus, wind band)
4. Catel: Symphonie en ut (1795) (could be the Symphonie militaire)
5. Méhul: Le Chant du départ, hymne de guerre (arr. 2 voices, mixed chorus, wind band)
6. Catel: Ouverture en ut (1793)
7. Cherubini: Hymne au Panthéon “A la gloire des martyrs de la liberté et de ses défenseurs” (1794) (arr. mixed chorus, wind band)
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voices, orchestra

Misc. Comments

  • Transcriptions et révisions Frédéric Robert
  • For more on the band that plays on this recording (Musique des Gardiens de la Paix de Paris), see Wikipedia:La Musique des Gardiens de la Paix and the band's website.
  • Of the original instrumentations for the purely instrumental pieces, the Méhul is known but the two by Catel are not. Of Catel, Grove Music says "Between 1792 and 1797 he composed many Revolutionary hymns, marches and military symphonies, and during the late 1790s wrote chamber music". They are tagged as for wind band for now, but can be changed to arrangements if the original turns out to be orchestra. Unfortunately, he was not a sufficiently significant composer for Grove to give a full works list.