Le cor mélodique: Mélodies (CD)

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Anneke Scott, Steven Devine

Renowned period hornist Anneke Scott returns to Resonus with a programme of works for horn that chart a fascinating and pivotal period in the development of the instrument and its repertoire in nineteenth-century France. Joined by pianist Steven Devine, this album, which also celebrates 200 years since the birth of Charles Gounod, features a selection of works composed for both natural and piston horns by Gounod, Meifred and Gallay, as well as a Gounod arrangement by François Brémond, all performed on original period horns and a grand piano by Érard. Anneke began her studies at The Royal Academy of Music (London) and then, specialising in aspects of period horn playing, undertook postgraduate study in France and the Netherlands. She is principal horn of a number of internationally renowned period instrument ensembles including Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The English Baroque Soloists, Raphaël Pichon's ensemble Pygmalion, Harry Christopher’s The Orchestra of the Sixteen, the Irish Baroque Orchestra, and the Dunedin Consort and Players. She is similarly in great demand as a guest principal horn regularly appearing with orchestras and ensembles worldwide.

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Charles Gounod (1818–1893)

Six Mélodies pour cor à pistons et piano, CG 566

  1. Larghetto
  2. Andante
  3. Andante
  4. Larghetto
  5. Andante cantabile
  6. Andante ben marcato

Joseph-Émile Meifred (1791–1867)

Dix Vocalises from Méthode pour le cor chroma_que ou à pistons

Auguste Mathieu Panseron (1795–1859)

  1. Andan_no moderato
  2. Andan_no
  3. Andante
  4. Moderato

Marco Bordogni (1789–1856)

  1. Andantino
  2. Andante
  3. Andante maestoso
  4. Andante
  5. Largo
  6. Allegro vivace

Jacques-François Gallay (1795–1864)

Les Chants du Coeur: Six Mélodies

favorites de François Schubert, Op. 51

Franz Schubert (1797–1828)

  1. Ave Maria
  2. Barcarolle
  3. La truite
  4. Les plaintes d’une jeune fille
  5. Chanson des chasseurs
  6. Marguerite

Charles Gounod (1818–1893) arr. François Brémond (1844–1925)

  1. À la nuit, CG 321