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"Grand Prix de Rome for composition in 1923, Jeanne Leleu deserves a dazzling triumph that any other country apart from ours would have already brilliantly accorded her." (Le Monde, April 30, 1947) A child prodigy and virtuoso at the piano, Jeanne Leleu was chosen to premiere Ravel's famous piece "Ma mère l'Oye" at the age of eleven. A brilliant composer, she wrote many masterpieces, songs, chamber music, ballets and symphonic works. Her pieces were performed at the Paris Opera and by the most important orchestras of her time, and she was unanimously acclaimed by her peers and by the critics. This first volume, devoted to her youthful works, will allow listeners to rediscover a major, unjustly forgotten figure in 20th century music.
"Grand Prix de Rome for composition in 1923, Jeanne Leleu deserves a dazzling triumph that any other country apart from ours would have already brilliantly accorded her." (Le Monde, April 30, 1947) A child prodigy and virtuoso at the piano, Jeanne Leleu was chosen to premiere Ravel's famous piece "Ma mère l'Oye" at the age of eleven. A brilliant composer, she wrote many masterpieces, songs, chamber music, ballets and symphonic works. Her pieces were performed at the Paris Opera and by the most important orchestras of her time, and she was unanimously acclaimed by her peers and by the critics. This first volume, devoted to her youthful works, will allow listeners to rediscover a major, unjustly forgotten figure in 20th century music.
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Jeanne Leleu: Une Consecration Eclatante Vol. 1
Artist: Marie Garnier -Laure
Format: CD
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1. Leleu: Quatuor Pour Violon, Alto, Violoncelle Et Piano: I. TRES Lent - Vif
2. Leleu: Quatuor Pour Violon, Alto, Violoncelle Et Piano: II. Lent
3. Leleu: Quatuor Pour Violon, Alto, Violoncelle Et Piano: III. Allegro
4. Leleu: Six Sonnets de Michel-Ange: I. Tout Ce Qu'un Grand Artiste
5. Leleu: Six Sonnets de Michel-Ange: II. Vos Beaux Yeux Me Font Voir
6. Leleu: Six Sonnets de Michel-Ange: III. Fuyez, Amants, Fuyez L'amour
7. Leleu: Six Sonnets de Michel-Ange: IV. Qu'il Est Doux, Le Festin de Ces Fleurs
8. Leleu: Six Sonnets de Michel-Ange: V. Ils Sont Rompus, Ces Liens
9. Leleu: Six Sonnets de Michel-Ange: VI. C'est Ici Que Mon Unique Bien
10. Leleu: en Italie: III. Au Thétre Des Marionnettes. A L'aise, D'une Manière Un Peu Mécanique
11. Leleu: en Italie: V. Sérénade de Pulcinella. Vif Et Léger
12. Leleu: en Italie: VII. Le Dimanche Dans Une Osteria. Assez Animé, Lourdement
13. Leleu: en Italie: IV. Les Compagnons de Saint François. Lentement, Et Avec Infiniment de Douceur

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"Grand Prix de Rome for composition in 1923, Jeanne Leleu deserves a dazzling triumph that any other country apart from ours would have already brilliantly accorded her." (Le Monde, April 30, 1947) A child prodigy and virtuoso at the piano, Jeanne Leleu was chosen to premiere Ravel's famous piece "Ma mère l'Oye" at the age of eleven. A brilliant composer, she wrote many masterpieces, songs, chamber music, ballets and symphonic works. Her pieces were performed at the Paris Opera and by the most important orchestras of her time, and she was unanimously acclaimed by her peers and by the critics. This first volume, devoted to her youthful works, will allow listeners to rediscover a major, unjustly forgotten figure in 20th century music.
        
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