Browse: Poulenc - Priez pour paix
This page lists all recordings of Priez pour paix by Francis Poulenc (1899-1963).
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo-soprano), Sharon Bezaly (flute), Fabian Fredriksson (electric guitar), Margareta Nilsson (harp), Bengt Forsberg (organ), Nils-Erik Sparf (violin), Marie McLeod (cello), Ellen Nisbeth (viola)
Von Otter’s generous personality is reflected in the way she puts over every item, with care for text and a honeyed sweetness of tone…Admirers of the singer will certainly want it; and, if you’re... — More…
Graham Johnson (piano), Ailish Tynan (soprano), Dame Felicity Lott (soprano), Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), Pierre Bernac (narrator), Ben Johnson (tenor), Sarah Fox (soprano), Christopher Maltman (baritone), Ivan Ludlow (baritone), Brandon Velarde (baritone), Robin Tritschler (tenor), Robin Tritschler...
The greatest hero of the set remains Graham Johnson himself. As well as writing the booklet notes and organising the whole adventure, Johnson proves himself to be the most sensitive and accomplished... — More…
4 CDs($44.75) $37.50
Olivier Godin (piano), Julie Fuchs (soprano), Marc Boucher (baritone), Pascale Beaudin (soprano), Francois le Roux (baritone), Helene Guilmette (soprano), Julie Boulianne (mezzo-soprano)
Among French singers, Francois Le Roux has been one of the foremost in revealing the delights and diversity of Poulenc's songs during recent decades. His participation in the five-disc set...is... — More…
5 CDs($20.50) $16.50
Béatrice Gobin, Trio Les jouets du vent, Maîtrise de Dijon, Chour des Petits Chanteurs de Chaillot, Roger Thirot, Le Cour du Séminaire Français de Rome, Ensemble vocal Cinq Mars, Chorale de la Maison des Etudiants Catholiques de Lyon
with Malcolm Martineau (piano), Christopher Maltman (baritone), Felicity Lott (soprano), Robert Murray (tenor), Lorna Anderson (soprano), Lisa Milne (soprano), Jonathan Lemalu (bass-baritone)
These singers have come up with some of the most absorbing recorded experiences of a composer who, for all his unmistakable voice, had an extraordinarily broad range of expression and poetic... — More…