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Browse: Poulenc - Voyage à Paris

Composer: Francis Poulenc (1899–1963)Genres: Vocal » Chansons & Mélodies
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  • A French Songbook

    Alice Coote (mezzo) & Graham Johnson (piano)

    The beauty of Alice Coote’s mezzo-soprano glows with radiance. More…

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  • It’s a superbly burnished and powerful instrument: firm in the lower registers; steely but beautiful at the top, with a terrific sheen...This box is invaluable for anyone wanting to hear one... More…

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  • Felicity Lott (soprano) & Graham Johnson (piano)

    The Songmakers' Almanac

    Interpretation of Poulenc's songs never stands still. But this recording reminds us of the impetus these artists gave to this repertoire, both in sound and imagination. More…

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    $12.00

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  • Sylvia McNair (soprano), Roger Vignoles (piano)

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  • Jenny Tourel (mezzo-soprano), Leonard Bernstein (piano), Jennie Tourel (mezzo-soprano)

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  • Frederica von Stade (mezzo-soprano), Martin Katz (piano)

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  • Sophie Karthäuser (soprano) & Eugene Asti (piano)

    Perhaps best known as a Mozart soprano, the Belgian soprano Sophie Karthäuser is a beguiling advocate for Poulenc's songs. More…

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  • Patricia Petibon (soprano), Susan Manoff (piano)

    Any guiding vision isn't tidy or clear but 'La belle excentrique' is one of Petibon's best discs so far. Early on, she's the master of Edith Piaf-style Sprechtstimme, grazing over notes, not... More…

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  • A lavish, eclectic exploration of Paris More…

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