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Selected Recordings from Tone Development Through Interpretaton (USB)

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“An old-fashioned treasure trove!”

Chris Hankin Just Flutes staff member - chrish@justflutes.com

Tone Development Through Interpretation is one of the most important books written by Marcel Moyse and here are the performances that inspired it - all 90 of them! There is everything here from grand operatic arias to instrumental solos to actual  performances by Moyse himself. A particular highlight is the version of Taki's La lune sur un chateau en ruine for flute and harp by Rampal. These historic recordings are obviously a little lacking in sound quality but there is no arguing with the content. This is a veritable treasuer trove and if you're a Moyse fan it's £16.00 very well spent!

From the Publisher

Mia Dreese has found all the musical examples (except one) of the 90 melodies Marcel Moyse published in his book Tone Development Through Interpretation. Most of them are performances that Moyse could have or has heard.

The mp3 files are on the USB drive.
All musical titles are listed on a document.
There is a limited quantity.

Contents

  • 1. Saint-Saëns – Symphony in C minor, I, section Poco Adagio

    2. Donizetti – Lucia di Lammermoor, I, “Verrano a te sull’aure”

    3. Air Écossais: Blue Bells of Scotland

    4. Air Russe (A. Varlamov, “The Red Sarafan”)

    5. Reinecke – Sonata ‘Undine’, II Intermezzo: [Trio] Più lento, quasi andante

    6. Air Écossais no recording

    7. Weber – Der Freischütz, II, “Leise, leise, fromme Weise”

    8. Verdi – La Traviata, II, “Pura siccome un angelo”

    9a. Weber – Oberon, II, finale: “O ‘t is pleasant to float on the sea!”

    9b. Weber – Oberon, II, finale: “O ‘t is pleasant to float on the sea!” (Moyse)

    10. Verdi – La Traviata, III, “Parigi, o cara”

    11a. Taki – Kojo no tsuki/La lune sur un chateau en ruine/The Moon over the Ruined Castle

    11b. Taki – Kojo no tsuki (Rampal)

    12. Massenet – Manon, II, “Adieu, notre petite table”

    13a. Messager – Fortunio, II, “J’aimais la vieille maison grise”

    13b. Messager – Fortunio, II, “J’aimais la vieille maison grise” (Moyse)

    14. Verdi – Il Trovatore, IV, “Ah, che la morte ognora”

    15. Bizet – Carmen, Prélude to Act I, ‘Fate theme’

    16. Offenbach – Tales of Hoffman, “C’est une chanson d’amour”

    17. Saint-Saëns – Caprice sur des airs Danois et Russes op. 79: Air Danois

    18. Massenet – Werther, Entr’acte         

    19. Rossini – William Tell, I, “Ah, Mathilde”

    20. Verdi – Il Trovatore, IV, “Mira, di acerbe lagrime”

    21. Verdi – La Traviata, II, “De’ miei bollenti spiriti”

    22. Verdi – Il Trovatore, III, “Ah si, ben mio”

    23. Donizetti – Lucia di Lammermoor, III, “Fra poco a me ricovero”

    24. Donizetti – Lucia di Lammermoor, III, “Tu che a Dio spiegasti”

    25. Verdi – Il Trovatore, IV, “Si, la stanchezza”

    26. C. Bohm – Still wie die Nacht (Still as the Night) op. 326 no. 27

    27. Saint-Saëns – Samson and Dalila, “Printemps qui commence”

    28. Donizetti – Lucia di Lammermoor “Chi mi frena in tal momento?”

    29. Verdi – Il Trovatore, II, “Il balen del suo sorriso”

    30. Bizet – L’Arlesienne Suite #2 , Agnus Dei

    31. Saint-Saëns – Symphony in C minor, I, section Poco Adagio

    32a. Weber – Oberon, II, finale: “O ’t is pleasant to float on the sea!” (conf. 9)

    32b. Weber – Oberon, II, finale: “O ’t is pleasant to float on the sea!” (Moyse)

    33. Flotow – Martha, The Last Rose of Summer

    34. Delibes – Lakmé, II, “Dans la forêt près de nous”

    35. Donizetti – Lucia di Lammermoor, I, “Verrano a te sull’aure” (conf. 2)

    36. Verdi – La Traviata, III, “Parigi, o cara” (conf. 10)

    37. Delibes – Lakmé, III, “Tu m’as donné la plus doux rêve”

    38. Reichert – Fantaisie mélancolique (Moyse)

    39a. Massenet – Elégie (Beniamino Gigli)

    39b. Massenet – Elégie (Lia Origoni)

    40a. J-P Martini – Plaisir d’amour (Beniamino Gigli)

    40b. J-P Martini – Plaisir d’amour (Tito Schipa)

    41. Lutz – Rèverie: Fantaisie Japonaise no recording found

    42. Verdi – La Traviata, III, “Addio del passato”

    43. Wagner – Tannhäuser, III, “O du mein heller Abendstern”

    44a. Massenet – Manon, II, “En fermant les yeux”

    44b. Massenet – Manon, II, “En fermant les yeux” (historical recording, with piano)

    45. Verdi – La Traviata, II “Dite al giovine”

    46. Boehm – Fantaisie sur un air Écossais [Blue Bells of Scotland} see 3

    47. Weber – Oberon, no recording (conf. 9 and 32)

    48. Saint-Saëns – Carnaval des animaux: The Swan

    49a. Bizet – l’Arlésienne Suite #1, Adagietto

    49b. Bizet – l’Arlésienne Suite #1, Adagietto (Moyse)

    50. Verdi, Rigoletto, III, “Bella figlia dell’amore”

    51. Rossini – William Tell, I, “Ah, Mathilde!”

    52. Rossini – William Tell, I, “O Ciel! Tu sais si Mathilde m’est chère”

    53. Verdi – Il Trovatore, II, “Mal reggiendo”

    54. Verdi – La Traviata, I, “Ah! Fors’è lui”

    55a. Weber – Oberon, III, “Arabien, mein Heimatland”

    55b. Weber – Oberon, III, “Arabien, mein Heimatland” (Moyse)

    56. Verdi – Il Trovatore, III, “Ah si, ben mio”

    57. Verdi – La Traviata, II, “De’ miei bollenti spiriti”

    58. Rossini – William Tell, IV, “Asile héréditaire”

    59a. Verdi – Il Trovatore, IV, “Mira, di acerbe lagrime” (conf. 20)

    59b. Verdi – Il Trovatore, IV, “Mira, di acerbe lagrime” (Moyse)

    60. Verdi – La Traviata, II, “Amami, Alfredo”

    61a. Massenet – Werther, Entr’acte (conf. 18)

    61b. Massenet – Werther, Entr’acte (Moyse)

    62. Halévy – La Juive, IV, “Rachel, quand du Seigneur”

    63. Massenet – Werther, III, “Pourquoi me réveiller”

    64. Gounod – Faust, III, “Salut, demeure chaste et pure”

    65. Gounod – Mors et Vita, Judex (instr.)

    66. Saint-Saëns – Samson et Dalila, II “Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix”

    67. Bach-Gounod – Ave Maria

    68. Donizetti – Lucia di Lammermoor, III, “Fra poco a me ricovero” (conf. 23)

    69. Massenet – Thaïs, II, Méditation

    70. Bizet – Carmen, II, “La fleur que tu m’avais jetée”

    71. Tulou – Fantaisie

    72. Bellini – Norma, II, “Mira, o Norma” / “Ah, perchè la mia constanza”

    73. Bellini – Norma, I, “Casta Diva”

    74a. Massenet – Sapho, II, “O Magali, ma tant amado”

    74b. Massenet – Sapho, II, “O Magali, ma tant amado” (Moyse)

    75. Gounod – Mireille, II, “La brise est douce et parfumée”

    76. Massenet – Sapho, I, “Ah, qu’il est lion, mon pays de clarté”

    77. Gounod – Werther, I, “Il faut nous séparer”

    78. Bruneau – l’Attaque du moulin, II, “Adieu, forêt profonde”

    79. Donizetti – Don Pasquale, III, “Tornami a dir che m’ami”

    80. Händel – ‘Largo’: Serse, “Ombra mai fu”

    81. Händel – Trio Sonata in c minor HWV 386a, 3rd movement

    82. Mozart – Flute Quartet in D major K. 285, 2nd movement  no recording

    83. Beethoven – Flute Sonata in B flat major Op. Anhang 4, 2nd movement

    84. Chopin – Nocturne in E flat major Op. 9 no. 2

    85. Mendelssohn – Rondo Capriccioso Op. 14, Andante

    86. Beethoven – Romance in F major for violin and orchestra Op. 50.

    87. Beethoven – Violin Concerto in D major Op. 61, Larghetto

    88. Wagner – Tristan und Isolde, III, 1st Scene

    89. Bach – Sonata for violin and clavier in E major, BWV 1006, 1st movement

    90. Bach – Sonata for violin and clavier in A major, BWV 1015, 3rd movement

     

Item Details

Category: Flute Studies
Publisher: Flute World Publications
Publisher's reference: D14MDTDRU5B
Our Stock Code: 1401080
Media Type: Paperback