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Record title: Maurice André Edition Volume 4 - Suites, Dances and Arrangements
Record label: Other / Warner Classics 2564676062
Medium: CD
Year recorded: 1963-1982

Additional performer(s):
Maurice André, Bernard Soustrot, Marcel Lagorce, Charles de Antoni (trumpets), Wolfgang Karius, Jean-Marc Pulfer (organ), Guy Pedersen (double bass), Gus Wallez (drums), Joëlle Bernard (harp) & Agnes Giebel, Adriana Maliponte (sopranos), Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Laurent
Conductor(s):
Michel Corboz, Gustav Leonhardt, Edwin Loehrer, Louis Martini, François Rauber, Tito Gotti, Jean-François Paillard, Karl Ristenpart, Marc Soustrot
Orchestra(s):
Ensemble de cuivres de Paris · Concerto Amsterdam · Instrumental Ensemble of Bologna · Kammerorchester des Saarländischen Rundfunks · Orchestre de chambre Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne · Orchestre François Rauber · Orchestre National de Monte-Carlo · Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna · Società Cameristica di Lugano · Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn
Composer(s):
Giuseppe Aldrovandini / Jean-Baptiste Arban / Johann Sebastian Bach / Vincenzo Bellini / William Boyce / Johannes Brahms / Maurizio Cazzati / Marc-Antoine Charpentier / Domenico Cimarosa / Jeremiah Clark / Arcangelo Corelli / Michel Corrette / Jean-Michel Defaye / Michel-Richard Delalande / Leo Delibes / Francois Francoeur / Melchior Franck / Giovanni Gabrieli / Domenico Gabrielli / Claude Gervaise / George Frideric Handel / Franz Lehar / Matthew Locke / Jean-Baptiste Lully / Benedetto Marcello / Giovanni Battista Martini / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Alexandre-Sylvain Petit / Johann Christoph Pezel / Henry Purcell / Gioachino Rossini / Alessandro Scarlatti / Georg Philipp Telemann / Giuseppe Torelli / Tomas Vitali / Antonio Vivaldi /
Track listing:
Maurice Andre Edition – Volume 4; Suites, Dances and Arrangements
DISC 1 (Trompettissimo)
J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
1. Air from Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major (BWV 1068)
2. Gavotte from Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major (BWV 1068)
3. Aria-Duet from cantata “Jesu, der du meine Seele” (BWV 78)
4. Badinerie from Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor (BWV 1067)
5. Chorale from cantata “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme” (BWV 140)
6. Bourrées I and II from Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor (BWV 1067)
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
7. Largo from Violin Concerto in F minor, Op. 8, No. 4, “Winter” (The Four Seasons)
Traditional Melodies
8. J’ai du bon tabac
9. La mere Michel
10. Le petit Quinquin
11. Greensleeves
12. Hop! Voila mon échelle
13. Stille Nacht
14. L’amour de moi
Maurice André (trumpet), Wolfgang Karius (organ), Guy Pedersen (double-bass), Gus
Wallez (drums)
tr. 1-11, 13-14 arranged by Jean-Michel Defaye
tr. 12 arranged by Jean-Michel Defaye, V. Villien, C. Laydu
from AL 3502 (issued 1970)/EFM 18009
J.S. Bach
15. Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major (BWV 1048)
Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739)
16. Adieu à Venise (Anonimo Veneziano)
Arcangelo Corelli
(1653-1713)
17. Allemande
Jean-Michel Defaye
(1932- )
18. Mélancolie
19. Sur un air de Bach
George Frideric Handel
(1685-1759)
20. Allegro
J.S. Bach
21. Aria 33 (arr. from an aria in C major)
Jean-Michel Defaye
22. Fugatissimo
Handel
23. Air (Water Music)
Benedetto Marcello
24. Final
Handel
25. Concerto grosso
26. Bourrée
Domenico Cimarosa
(1749-1801)
27. Mélodie
Defaye
28. Sur un air de Corelli
Maurice André (trumpet), Jean-Marc Pulfer (organ), Guy Pedersen (double-bass), Gus
Wallez (drums)
from AL 3504 (issued 1971)/EFM 18010
29. Sur Le Pont d'Avignon
30. Jingle Bells

DISC 2 (Belle Epoque)
Jean-Baptiste Arban
(1825-1889)
1. Theme et Variations sur le “Carnaval de Venise”
cadenza by Maurice André
2. Fantaisie Brillante
Alexandre Sylvain Petit
(1864-1925)
3. Goutte d’Eau (Editions Andrieu Frères, Paris)
Giuseppe Verdi
(1813-1901)
4. La Traviata
Variations by Jean-Baptiste Arban; cadenza by Maurice André
Alexandre Sylvain Petit
5. Fête Militaire (Editions Gaudet, Paris)
6. Myrto Polka (Editions Gaudet, Paris)
7. Madeleine
Maurice André (bugle and cornet), Orchestre d’Harmonie des Gardiens de la Paix de
Paris conducted by Claude Pichaureau
tr. 1-2, 4, 7 arranged and orchestrated by Claude Pichaureau (unpublished)
Franz Lehar
(1870-1948)
8. Das Land des Lächelns (The Land of Smiles) (Editions Eschig)
Air “Dein ist mein ganzes Herz” (Prince Sou-Chong)
Leo Delibes
(1836-1891)
9. Lakmé
Air des clochettes: “Où va la jeune Hindoue?” arr. Jean-Michel Defaye
Georges Bizet
(1838-1875)
10. Les Pêcheurs de Perles
Romance: “Je crois entendre encore” (Nadir) arr. Jean-Michel Defaye
Maurice André (trumpet), Orchestre National de l’Opéra de Monte-Carlo conducted
by Marc Soustrot
rec. February 1982 Eglise Notre Dame du Liban, Paris (tr.1-8)
June 1977 Opéra de Monte-Carlo
Georg Philipp Telemann
(1681-1767)
11. Chorus “Heilig, heilig, heilig ist Gott” (for the dedication of the Church of the
Holy Trinity, St. Georg; Hamburg, 1747) (03’55”)
Maurice André (trumpet), Chorale Philippe Caillard, Sarre Radio Chamber Orchestra
conducted by Karl Ristenpart
rec. 1 May 1966, Notre-Dame du Liban, Paris
from Erato STU 70328
12. Aria “O Freuden getöne (O joyful sounds) from Christmas cantata “Allein Gott in
der Höh sei Ehr” (04’39”)
Barry McDaniel (bass), Maurice André (trumpet), Sarre Radio Chamber Orchestra
conducted by Karl Ristenpart
rec. 1 May 1966, Notre-Dame du Liban, Paris
from Erato STU 70328

DISC 3 (Opera Arias / Trumpet and Harp)
Vincenzo Bellini
(1801-1835)
1. Norma
Cavatina “Casta Diva, che inargenti” (Norma)
from STU 71132
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(1756-1791)
2. Die Zauberflöte, K. 620
Aria “Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinen Herzen” (Queen of the Night)
3. Aria “O zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn (Queen of the Night)
from STU 71132
Gioacchino Rossini
(1792-1868)
4. Il barbiere de Siviglia
Cavatina “Una voce poco fa” (Rosina)
5. Cavatina “Ecco, ridente in cielo” (Count Almaviva) arr. Jean-Michel Defaye
from STU 71132
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
6. Die Entführung aus dem Serail, K. 384
Air: “Martern aller Arten (Konstanze, Act 2) arr. Jean-Michel Defaye
Maurice André (trumpet), Orchestre National de l’Opéra de Monte-Carlo conducted
by Marc Soustrot
rec. 23 and 24 June 1977 Monte-Carlo Opera House
from STU 71132
Robert Schumann
(1810-1856)
7. Rêverie
Frédéric Chopin
(1810-1849)
8. Étude No. 3
Franz Liszt
(1811-1886)
9. Rêve d’Amour
Giovanni Battista Martini
(1706-1784)
10. Romance Célèbre
Edvard Grieg
(1843-1907)
11. Erotikon
William Boyce
(1710-1779)
12. Trumpet Tune No. 3
Henry Purcell
(1659-1695)
13. Trumpet Tune No. 4
Gioacchino Rossini
14. Air from The Barber of Seville
J.S. Bach
15. Largo from Sonata No. 3 in C major for unaccompanied violin (BWV 1005)
Hector Berlioz
(1803-1869)
16. Valse des Sylphes
Johannes Brahms
(1833-1897)
17. Valse
Ludwig van Beethoven
(1770-1827)
18. Adagio from Piano Sonata in C sharp minor (Op. 27, No. 2) “Moonlight Sonata”
J.S. Bach
19. Presto from Sonata No. 2 in A major for violin and harpsichord (BWV 1015)
George Frideric Handel
20. Allegro from Sonata in E major for violin and continuo (Op. 1, No. 15/HWV 373)
Antonio Vivaldi
21. Allegro (Movt. 1) from Concerto in D major for oboe and strings (RV 435)
22. Allegro non molto (Movt. 1) from Concerto in A minor for oboe and strings (RV
461)
George Frideric Handel
23. Allegro (Movt. 2) from Sonata in F major for violin and continuo (Op. 1, No.
12/HWV 370)
Maurice André (trumpet), Joëlle Bernard (harp); arrangements by Jean-Michel Defaye
rec. November 1978 and May 1980, Eglise de Grisy-Suisnes and Eglise Notre-Dame
du Liban, Paris
from STU

DISC 4 (Trumpet and Flute / Bach)
[from “Les Plus Beaux Noëls: ECD 88160 or 2292-45159-2]
1. Il est né, le Divin Enfant
2. Stille Nacht (Franz Gruber, 1818)
3. Les Bergerettes (18c.)
4. Marche des Rois Mages (traditional)
5. Süsser die Glocken nie Klingen (Rhine valley)
6. White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
7. Es ist ein Ros’entsprungen (Michael Praetorius)
8. Noël des Petits Santons (Noël de Provence)
9. Les Anges dans nos Campagnes
10. O Tannenbaum
11. Adeste Fideles (J.F. Wade, 1740)
12. Minuit Chrétien (Adolphe Adam, 1803-1856)
13. Or vous Trémoussez (Poitou, 15c.)
14. Als ich meinen schafen wacht (Rhine valley)
15. Venez Divin Messie (traditional, 1745)
16. On entend partout Carillon (Noël du Berry, 17c.)
Maurice André (trumpet), Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Laurent directed by Abbé
Zurfluh, Orchestra conducted by François Rauber, arrangements by François Rauber
rec. November 1980 Studio Davout, Paris from STU 70142 [Producer Michel Garcin,
Engineer Philippe Omnes]
17. La Truite (arr. François Rauber
Maurice André (bugle), Harmonie Municipale d’Alès conducted by Claude Lagrange
rec. September 1981, Théâtre d’Alès (Gard) from ERA 9243 [Producer Michel
Garcin, Engineer Yolanta Skura]
18. Le Chant des Adieux (arr. François Rauber)
Maurice André (trumpet), Harmonie Municipale d’Alès conducted by Claude
Lagrange
rec. September 1981, Théâtre d’Alès (Gard) from ERA 9243 [Producer Michel
Garcin, Engineer Yolanta Skura]
19. Oh Bellos Montagnos (arr. François Rauber)
Maurice André (cornet), Harmonie Municipale d’Alès conducted by Claude Lagrange
rec. September 1981, Théâtre d’Alès (Gard) from ERA 9243 [Producer Michel
Garcin, Engineer Yolanta Skura]
20. Kein schoner Land )
21. Die Blumenlein )
J.S. Bach
(1685-1750)
Magnificat in D major (BWV 243): excerpts
22. Chorus: Magnificat
(03’07”)
23. Chorus: Fecit potentiam (01’54”)
24. Chorus: Gloria
(01’50”)
Maurice André (trumpet), Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne, Lausanne Chamber
Orchestra conducted by Michel Corboz
Producer Michel Garcin, Engineers Guy Laporte, Peter Willemoes
from STU 70710
J.S. Bach
Cantata: Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen (BWV 51): excerpts
25. Aria: “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen” (04’53”)
26. Chorale: “Sei Lob und Preis mit Ehren” (06’35”)
27. (Aria) Alleluja
Agnès Giebel (soprano), Maurice André (trumpet), Jaap Schröder, Jacques Holtmann
(violins), Anner Bylsma (cello), Concerto Amsterdam directed by Gustav Leonhardt
rec. January 1966, Benebroek, Holland
Executive Producer Wolf Erichson
from Teldec SAWT 9513

DISC 5
Henry Purcell
(1659-1695)
1. Trumpet Voluntary (arr. Jörg Faerber) (02’43”)
Maurice André (trumpet), Württemberg Chamber Orchestra, Heilbronn, conducted by
Jörg Faerber
rec. 1981
Producer Michel Garcin
from STU 71383
Giovanni Gabrieli
(1557-1612)
2. Canzona XVII à 12 (Canzoni e sonate, Venice, 1615) (03’12”)
3. Canzona IX à 8 (Sacrae Symphoniae, Venice, 1597) (03’51”)
4. Canzona VII and VIII à 12 (Sacrae Symphoniae, Venice, 1597) (02’42”)
Maurice André, Marcel Lagorce, Charles de Antoni (trumpets), Orchestra del Teatro
Communale di Bologna conducted by Tito Gotti
rec. May 1965, Basilica San Petronio, Bologna
Producer Michel Garcin, Engineer Peter Willemoes
from STU 70274
Maurizio Cassati
(c.1620-1677)
5. Sonata à 5 “La Bianchina” for trumpet, strings and continuo (04’23”)
Allegro-Grave-Allegro-Vivace-Vivace
from STU 70275
Domenico Gabrielli
(1651-1690)
6. Sonata à 4 and 5 for trumpet, strings and continuo (05’28”)
Allegro-Grave-Presto presto-Grave-Presto
rec. May 1965, Bologna Basilica San Petronio
Producer Michel Garcin, Engineer Peter Willemoes
from STU 70275
Domenico Gabrielli
7. Sonata à 6 for trumpet, strings and continuo (05’26”)
Maurice André, (trumpet), Bologna Instrumental Ensemble conducted by Tito Gotti
from STU 70218
attr. Tomaso Antonio Vitali
(1663-1745)
8. Sinfonia for two trumpets, two oboes, strings and continuo (05’38”)
Allegro-Grave-Presto-Grave-Allegro
Maurice André, Marcel Lagorce (trumpets), Orchestra del Teatro Communale di
Bologna directed by Tito Gotti
from STU 70275
Giuseppe Aldrovandini
(1672/3-1707)
9. Sinfonia for two trumpets, strings and organ (04’00”)
Allegro-Grave-Allegro
Maurice André, Marcel Lagorce (trumpets), Bologna Instrumental Ensemble
conducted by Tito Gotti
rec.
Producer Michel Garcin, Engineer Peter Willemoes
from STU 70218
10' G Torelli - Concerto a due chori 2 orch 2 trumpets, 2 oboes 12'09
11. G Torelli - Menuet 1'27"
Antonio Caldara
(1670-1738)
12. Sonata à 4 for trumpets, timpani, strings and continuo (05’40”)
Allegro-Andante-Allegro da capo
Jean-Baptiste Lully
(1632-1687)
13. Airs de Trompettes, Timbales et Hautbois: Prélude, Menuet, Gigue
Maurice André (trumpet), Georges Barboten (horn), Maurice Suzan (trombone),
Jacques Rémy (timpani), Ensemble de cuivres de Paris, Quatuor de Trombones de
l’Orchestre de la R.T.F. conducted by Jean-François Paillard
rec. February 1963 Paris, Eglise Saint Michel des Batignolles
Producer Michel Garcin
from STU 70178
Marc-Antoine Charpentier
(1643-1704)
14. Te Deum: Prelude
Maurice André (trumpet), Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra conducted by
Louis Martini
rec. 1963 Paris (?)
Producer Michel Garcin, Engineer Daniel Madelaine
from STU 70164
Michel Corrette
(1707-1795)
15. Divertissement (from Op. 7) fro two trumpets: Ouverture
Maurice André (trumpet), Ensemble de cuivres de Paris conducted by Jean-François
Paillard
rec. February 1963 Paris, Eglise Saint Michel des Batignolles
Producer Michel Garcin
from STU 70178
Alessandro Scarlatti (14’31”)
(1660-1725)
16. Cantata “Su le sponde del Tebro”
Sinfonia, recitative, sinfonia
17. Aria, recitative, largo
18. Aria, ritornello, recitative, aria
Adriana Maliponte (soprano), Maurice André (trumpet), Luciano Sgrizzi
(harpsichord), Societa Cammeristica di Lugano conducted by Edwin Loehrer
rec. 1970
from Erato STU 70533

DISC 6
1. Josquin des Pres (1450-1521) - Fanfares royales pour le sacre de Louis XII (1498) -
1:08
2. Johann Kugelmann (16th century) Nun lob' mein Seel' den Herren (1540) - 2:04
Danceries de la Renaissance Francaise
- 3. Pavane Passemaize et Gaillarde - 1:00 (Claude Gervaise 1555)
- 4. Basse dance - 1:32 (Anonyme 1547)
- 5. Bransle de Bourgongne - 0:36 (Claude Gervaise 1556)
- 6. Bransle de Champaigne - 0:40 (Claude Gervaise 1555)
- 7. Bransle d'Ecosse - 0:26 (Estienne du Tertre 1557)
8. Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612) - Sonata pian e forte - 3:09
9. Melchior Franck (1573-1639) - Intrada VII (1608) - 1:29
Music for his Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts for the Restoration of King Charles II
(1660) - Matthew Locke (1630-1677)
- 10. Ayre - 2:13
- 11. Pavane - 1:19
Johann Pezel (1636-1694)
- 12. Sonata (1670) - 2:07
- 13. Sarabande (1685) - 1:45
- 14. Bal (1685) - 0:52
Michel-Richard Delalande
(1657-1726)
Concert de trompettes pour les Festes sur le canal de Versailles
15. Premier air – Deuxième air
16. Chaconne en écho
17. Premier menuet
18. Deuxième menuet, trio de hautbois
19. Air en écho, fanfare
Maurice André (trumpet I), Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra conducted by
Jean-François Paillard
rec. 8-9 October 1963 Paris, Eglise Notre-Dame de Liban
from STU 70185
Michel-Richard Delalande
Premier Caprice ou Caprice de Villers-Cotterets
20. Fièrement et détaché; Gracieusement; Un peu plus gay; Vite
21. Gracieusement, sans lenteur; Vif
22. Trio; Deuxième air neuf
23. Vivement; doucement, vivement
Maurice André (trumpet I), Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra conducted by
Jean-François Paillard
rec. 8-9 October 1963 Paris, Eglise Notre-Dame de Liban
Producer Michel Garcin, Engineer Daniel Madelaine
from STU 70185
Georg Frideric Handel
(1685-1759)
Water Music: Suite No. 2 in D major (HWV 349)
24. (Allegro)
25. Alla Hornpipe
26. Menuet
27. Lentement
28. Bourrée
Maurice André, Bernard Soustrot (trumpets), Jean-François Paillard Chamber
Orchestra conducted by Jean-François Paillard
from STU 70773
François Francoeur
(1698-1787)
Symphonies pour le Festin royal de Monseigneur Le Comte d’Artois: Suite No. 4
(excerpts)
(20’15”)
29. Menuet I – Menuet II
30. Entrée de chasseurs
31. Menuet gracieux de M. Rameau
32. Air tender de M. Francoeur
33. Air en rondeau
34. Musette de M. Mondonville
35. Rondeau de M. Mondonville
36. Rondeau de M. Francoeur
37. Rondeau gay de M. Francoeur
Maurice André (trumpet), Jean-François Paillard Chamber Orchestra conducted by
Jean-François Paillard
rec. June 1963 Paris, Eglise Notre-Dame de Liban
Producer Michel Garcin
from STU 70316

Comment:
all rec. between 1963-82
WARNER CLASSICS 2564 67606-2 [6 CDs: 78:18 + 78:39 + 79:45 +78:52 + 77:32 + 76:10]

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