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ROUSSEL, A.: Symphony No. 3 / Le festin de l'araignee (Orchestre de Paris, Eschenbach)

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OD 1107
 
ROUSSEL, A.: Symphony No. 3 / Le festin de l'araignee (Orchestre de Paris, Eschenbach)
Label Catalogue Number:
ODE1107-2
Running Time: 62:29
Digital UPC: 0761195110720

Release Date: July 2010
Originally recorded in 2010
Composer
Albert Roussel
Solo Conductor
Christoph Eschenbach
Orchestra
Orchestre de Paris

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ALBERT ROUSSEL

Symphony No. 3 in G minor, Op. 42

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I. Allegro vivace
6:04
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II. Adagio
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III. Vivace
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IV. Allegro con spirito
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Le festin de l'araignee, Op. 17

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Prelude
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A garden. - Sitting in her web, a spider surveys the surroundings
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Entry of the ants. - They find a rose petal. - With great effort they lift
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Left alone, the spider daydreams and watches the landscape. - She checks the strength of her thread.
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Entry of the dung beetles.
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The ants return. - They prepare to carry another petal, when a butterfly appears.
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Dance of the butterfly. - The spider invites the butterfly to dance closer to her web. - The butterfly is caught in the web and struggles.
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The spider rejoices. - She frees the butterfly from her web and takes it to her larder.
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The spider dances. - Suddenly fruits come crashing down from a tree.
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Fruit worms enter and prepare to revel in the fallen fruits.
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Warlike entry of two praying mantises who lift their frightening blades and forbid anyone to approach.
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The ants dance in a circle. - The two mantises blame each other for the trick which was played upon them.
0:34
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The mantises challenge each other to a duel. - They fight. - The spider dances in order to make the mantises more excited.
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A mayfly hatches.
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He dances.
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The mayfly stops, exhausted. - The ants, the spider and finally the dung beetles pay their respects.
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The mayfly and the fruit worms dance.
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The mayfly dies.
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The spider prepares to begin her feast, but one of the mantises, freed by the dung beetles from the web, slips behind the spider and kills her.
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Death throes of the spider
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Funeral of the mayfly. - The funeral cortege sets off and vanishes into the distance.
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Night falls on the deserted garden.
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Solo: Christoph Eschenbach Conductor
Orchestra: Orchestre de Paris
Conductor: Christoph Eschenbach

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ALBERT ROUSSEL

Symphony No. 3 in G minor, Op. 42

1.
I. Allegro vivace
6:04
2.
II. Adagio
10:19
3.
III. Vivace
3:22
4.
IV. Allegro con spirito
6:30

Le festin de l'araignee, Op. 17

5.
Prelude
3:55
6.
A garden. - Sitting in her web, a spider surveys the surroundings
0:50
7.
Entry of the ants. - They find a rose petal. - With great effort they lift
1:28
8.
Left alone, the spider daydreams and watches the landscape. - She checks the strength of her thread.
1:41
9.
Entry of the dung beetles.
0:50
10.
The ants return. - They prepare to carry another petal, when a butterfly appears.
0:15
11.
Dance of the butterfly. - The spider invites the butterfly to dance closer to her web. - The butterfly is caught in the web and struggles.
3:16
12.
The spider rejoices. - She frees the butterfly from her web and takes it to her larder.
3:37
13.
The spider dances. - Suddenly fruits come crashing down from a tree.
1:49
14.
Fruit worms enter and prepare to revel in the fallen fruits.
0:58
15.
Warlike entry of two praying mantises who lift their frightening blades and forbid anyone to approach.
0:45
16.
The ants dance in a circle. - The two mantises blame each other for the trick which was played upon them.
0:34
17.
The mantises challenge each other to a duel. - They fight. - The spider dances in order to make the mantises more excited.
1:41
18.
A mayfly hatches.
1:41
19.
He dances.
3:23
20.
The mayfly stops, exhausted. - The ants, the spider and finally the dung beetles pay their respects.
2:08
21.
The mayfly and the fruit worms dance.
1:39
22.
The mayfly dies.
0:32
23.
The spider prepares to begin her feast, but one of the mantises, freed by the dung beetles from the web, slips behind the spider and kills her.
0:39
24.
Death throes of the spider
1:19
25.
Funeral of the mayfly. - The funeral cortege sets off and vanishes into the distance.
1:55
26.
Night falls on the deserted garden.
1:19
Solo: Christoph Eschenbach Conductor
Orchestra: Orchestre de Paris
Conductor: Christoph Eschenbach




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