Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert from the Theatre des Champs-Elysees in Paris a live concert by Orchestre National de France conducted by Daniele Gatti and featuring David Fray, Piano and the Chorus of Radio France in music of Wagner, Debussy and Schoenberg.
June 29, 2011

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Daniele Gatti - Putting together a tasty spread of music.


Staying in Paris this week with another concert by Orchestre National de France, this time conducted by Daniele Gatti and featuring Pianist David Fray in the Schoenberg Piano Concerto (1942). Starting off with Wagner's Siegfried Idyll and continuing with Debussy's Nocturne's after the Schoenberg and finishing up with Wagner again, this time the Good Friday Spell from Parsifal. All together a pretty good and well-received concert with a Bach encore from Fray.

The concert is broken up on to two players. The top player features the Wagner and Schoenberg and the bottom player features the Debussy and Wagner Parsifal.


Announcements are in French as always when it's from Paris and below are notes for all you note takers:

Théâtre des Champs-Elysées : Wagner, Schoenberg, Debussy

Richard Wagner
Siegfried Idyll Ww. 103 (1870)

Arnold Schoenberg
Concerto Op.42 (1942)

Claude Debussy
Nocturnes

Richard Wagner
Parsifal, Enchantement du Vendredi Saint, Ext. de Parsifal (Act.III ; 1882)

David Fray, Piano
Choeur de Radio France
Matthias Brauer, Chef de choeur
Orchestre National de France
Daniele Gatti, Direction
Concert donné le 21 mai 2010

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