Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Chant d'amour Georges Bizet 3:11
2 Ouvre ton cœur Georges Bizet 2:47
3 Adieux de l'hôtesse arabe Georges Bizet 4:58
4 Tarentelle Georges Bizet 3:54
5 La Coccinelle Georges Bizet 5:15
6 Les Filles de Cadix Léo Delibes 3:13
7 Hai luli! Pauline Viardot-Garcia 3:36
8 Havanaise Pauline Viardot-Garcia 4:44
9 Les Filles de Cadix Pauline Viardot-Garcia 2:53
10 La Mort d'Ophélie Hector Berlioz 7:03
11 Zaïde Hector Berlioz 3:44
12 Chants populaires: I. Chanson française Maurice Ravel 2:16
13 Chants populaires: II. Chanson espagnole Maurice Ravel 2:33
14 Chants populaires: III. Chanson italienne Maurice Ravel 1:29
15 Chants populaires: IV. Chanson hébraïque Maurice Ravel 3:55
16 Vocalise-étude (en forme de habañera) Maurice Ravel 3:35
17 Deux mélodies hébraïques: I. Kaddisch Maurice Ravel 5:10
18 Deux mélodies hébraïques : II. L'Énigme éternelle Maurice Ravel 1:35
19 Tripatos Maurice Ravel 1:41

Credits

CD 1

piano:
Myung-Whun Chung (pianist and conductor) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (tracks 1–19)
balance engineer:
Simon Eadon (tracks 1–19)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (track 10)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (track 1)
Léo Delibes (composer) (track 6)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (tracks 15–18)
Pauline Viardot-Garcia (tracks 8–9)
Hector Berlioz (composer) (1834) (track 11)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (1860) (track 2)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (1866) (track 3)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (1868) (track 5)
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (1872) (track 4)
Pauline Viardot-Garcia (1880) (track 7)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1909) (track 19)
Maurice Ravel (classical composer) (1910) (tracks 12–14)
editor:
Timothy Bull (tracks 1–19)
engineer:
Graham Meek (tracks 1–19)
lyricist:
Roger de Beauvoir (track 11)
Louis Delâtre (track 2)
Victor Hugo (French novelist) (tracks 3, 5)
Alfred de Musset (tracks 6, 9)
Édouard Pailleron (track 4)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 19)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo-soprano) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (tracks 1–19)
producer:
Christopher Raeburn (tracks 1–19)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London, England, United Kingdom (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (tracks 1–19)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 92A) (track 10)
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 107B) (track 11)
arrangements:
Deux mélodies hébraïques : No. 1. Kaddisch (for violin and piano) (track 17)
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 1. Kaddisch (catch-all arrangement for cello and piano) (track 17)
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 1. Kaddisch (for piano, Siloti) (track 17)
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 1. Kaddisch (catch-all for arrangements) (track 17)
Habanera (for cello and piano, Bazelaire) (track 16)
orchestrations:
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 1. Kaddisch (for voice and orchestra) (track 17)
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 2. L'Énigme éternelle (for voice and orchestra) (track 18)
part of:
Deux mélodies hébraïques (for voice and piano) (tracks 17–18)
Chants populaires (tracks 12–15)
Vingt mélodies, op. 21 (tracks 3–5)
recording of:
Adieux de l'hôtesse arabe, op. 21 no. 4 (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 3)
Chant d’amour (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 1)
Chants populaires: I. Chanson espagnole (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 13)
Chants populaires: II. Chanson française (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 12)
Chants populaires: III. Chanson italienne (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 14)
Chants populaires: IV. Chanson hébraïque (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 15)
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 1. Kaddisch (for voice and piano) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 17)
Deux mélodies hébraïques: No. 2. L'Énigme éternelle (for voice and piano) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 18)
Havanaise (for voice and piano) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 8)
La Coccinelle, op. 21 no. 16 (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 5)
La mort d’Ophélie (for voice and piano) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 10)
Les Filles de Cadix (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 9)
Les Filles de Cadix (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 6)
Ouvre ton cœur (for voice and piano) (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 2)
Six mélodies et une Havanaise: Hai Luli! (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 7)
Tarentelle, op. 21 no. 20 (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 4)
Tripatos (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 19)
Vocalise-Étude en forme de habanera (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 16)
Zaïde, op. 19 no. 1 (1996-04-08 – 1996-04-13) (track 11)

Release

miscellaneous support:Violette Vernaud (task: language coach)
art direction:Jeremy Tilston (art director and designer)
photography:Jean-Pierre Masclet (photographer)
Vivianne Purdom (photographer)
liner notes:Philippe Danel (linernotes, traduction french)
James Harding (liner notes, radio broadcasting)
ASIN:US: B00000429N [info]
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/2693011 [info]