Tracklist

CD 1: Piano Music (feat. piano: Gabriel Tacchino)
# Title Rating Length
1 3 Mouvements perpétuels: I. Assez modéré
1:18
2 3 Mouvements perpétuels: II. Très modéré
1:01
3 3 Mouvements perpétuels: III. Alerte
2:44
4 8 Nocturnes: No. 1 in C major
3:11
5 8 Nocturnes: No. 2 in F major, "Bal de jeunes filles"
1:13
6 8 Nocturnes: No. 3 in F major, "Les cloches de Malines"
3:07
7 8 Nocturnes: No. 4 in C minor
1:33
8 8 Nocturnes: No. 5 in D minor
1:13
9 8 Nocturnes: No. 6 in G major
3:01
10 8 Nocturnes: No. 7 in E flat major
1:50
11 8 Nocturnes: No. 8 in G major, "Pour servir de coda au cycle"
1:55
12 Presto in B minor
1:35
13 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: I. Bransle de Bourgogne
1:38
14 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: II. Pavane
2:36
15 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: III. Petite marche militaire
1:01
16 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: IV. Complainte
1:25
17 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: V. Bransle de Champagne
1:56
18 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: VI. Sicilienne
1:32
19 Suite Française, d'après Claude Gervaise: VII. Carillon
1:46
20 3 Novelettes: No. 1 in C major
2:55
21 3 Novelettes: No. 2 in B-flat minor
1:59
22 3 Novelettes: No. 3 in E minor
2:23
23 Pastourelle (extrait de "L'eventail de Jeanne")
2:11
24 Valse in C major (extrait de "L'album des Six")
1:51
25 15 Improvisations: No.1 in B minor
1:30
26 15 Improvisations: No. 2 in A-flat major
1:11
27 15 Improvisations: No. 3 in B minor
1:29
28 15 Improvisations: No. 4 in A-flat major
1:24
29 15 Improvisations: No. 5 in A minor
1:25
30 15 Improvisations: No. 6 in B-flat major
1:18
31 15 Improvisations: No. 7 in C major
2:18
32 15 Improvisations: No. 8 in A minor
1:21
33 15 Improvisations: No. 9 in D major
1:17
34 15 Improvisations: No. 10 in F major (Eloge des gammes)
1:23
35 15 Improvisations: No. 11 in G minor
0:46
36 15 Improvisations: No. 12 in B-flat major (Hommage à Schubert)
1:52
37 15 Improvisations: No. 13 in A minor
2:22
38 15 Improvisations: No. 14 in D-flat major
1:29
39 15 Improvisations: No. 15 in C minor (Hommage à Edith Piaf)
2:40
40 Pièce brève sur le nom d'Albert Roussel
1:57
41 Valse improvisation sur le nom de Bach
1:27
CD 2: Piano Music (feat. piano: Gabriel Tacchino)
# Title Rating Length
1 Francaise, d'après Claude Gervaise
1:34
2 Les soirées de Nazelles: I. Préambule
3:05
3 Les soirées de Nazelles: II. Le Comble de la distinction
1:09
4 Les soirées de Nazelles: III. Le coeur sur la main
2:31
5 Les soirées de Nazelies: IV. La désinvoiture et la discrétion
1:00
6 Les soirées de Nazelles: V. La goût du malheur
2:54
7 Les soirées de Nazelles: VI. L'alerte vieillesse
1:10
8 Les soirées de Nazelles: VII. Cadence
1:28
9 Les soirées de Nazelles: VIII. Final
3:55
10 Villageoises: I. Valse tyrolienne
0:36
11 Villageoises: II. Staccato
0:46
12 Villageoises: III. Rustique
0:40
13 Villageoises: IV. Polka
0:31
14 Villageoises: V. Petite ronde
0:41
15 Villageoises: VI. Coda
0:53
16 Thème varié: Thème
1:22
17 Thème varié: Joyeuse
0:18
18 Thème varié: Noble
1:04
19 Thème varié: Pastorale
1:24
20 Thème varié: Sarcastique
0:28
21 Thème varié: Mélancolique
0:51
22 Thème varié: Ironique
0:37
23 Thème varié: Elégiaque
1:38
24 Thème varié: Volubile
0:31
25 Thème varié: Fantasque
0:25
26 Thème varié: Sibyline
0:45
27 Thème varié: Finale
1:54
28 3 Intermezzi: No. 1 in C major
1:40
29 3 Intermezzi: No. 2 in D-flat major
2:11
30 3 Intermezzi: No. 3 in A flat major
4:17
31 Suite pour piano in C major: I. Presto
1:58
32 Suite pour piano in C major: II. Andante
2:06
33 Suite pour piano in C major: III. Vif
1:30
34 Mélancolie
5:42
35 Humoresque
1:43
36 3 Pièces: I. Pastorale
2:27
37 3 Pièces: II. Hymne
4:12
38 3 Pièces: III. Toccata
2:03
39 Napoli: No.1, Barcarolle
1:13
40 Napoli: No.2, Nocturne
3:09
41 Napoli: No.3, Caprice italien
5:14
42 Bourrée au Pavillon d'Auvergne
1:34
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 Sonata for Violin & Piano (1943): I. Allegro con fuoco (feat. violin: Yehudi Menuhin, piano: Jaque Février)
6:45
2 Sonata for Violin & Piano (1943): II. Intermezzo (feat. violin: Yehudi Menuhin, piano: Jaque Février)
6:10
3 Sonata for Violin & Piano (1943): III. Presto tragico (feat. violin: Yehudi Menuhin, piano: Jaque Février)
5:55
4 Sonata for Cello & piano (1948): I. Allegro (tempo di marcia) (feat. cello: Pierre Fournier, piano: Jacques Février)
5:45
5 Sonata for Cello & Piano (1948): II. Cavatine (feat. cello: Pierre Fournier, piano: Jacques Février)
7:20
6 Sonata for Cello & Piano (1948): III. Ballabile (feat. cello: Pierre Fournier, piano: Jacques Février)
3:39
7 Sonata for Cello & Piano (1948): IV. Finale (feat. cello: Pierre Fournier, piano: Jacques Février)
6:26
8 Trio for Piano, Oboe & Bassoon: I. Presto (feat. piano: Jacques Février, oboe: Robert Casier, bassoon: Gérard Faisandier)
5:52
9 Trio for Piano, Oboe & Bassoon: II. Andante (feat. piano: Jacques Février, oboe: Robert Casier, bassoon: Gérard Faisandier)
4:13
10 Trio for Piano, Oboe & Bassoon: III. Rondo (feat. piano: Jacques Février, oboe: Robert Casier, bassoon: Gérard Faisandier)
3:15
11 Sextet for Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon & Horn (1932): I. Allegro vivace (Le Quintette à vent de Paris, feat. piano: Jacques Février)
8:05
12 Sextet for Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon & Horn (1932): II. Divertissement (Le Quintette à vent de Paris, feat. piano: Jacques Février)
4:33
13 Sextet for Piano, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon & Horn (1932): III. Finale (Le Quintette à vent de Paris, feat. piano: Jacques Février)
6:08
CD 4: Chamber Music
# Title Rating Length
1 Sonata for Flute & Piano (1958): I. Allegro malinconico (feat. flute: Michael Debost, piano: Jacques Février)
4:49
2 Sonata for Flute & Piano (1958): II. Cantilena (feat. flute: Michael Debost, piano: Jacques Février)
4:16
3 Sonata for Flute & Piano (1958): III. Presto giocoso (feat. flute: Michael Debost, piano: Jacques Février)
3:36
4 Sonata for Oboe & Piano (1962): I. Elégie (paisiblement) (feat. oboe: Maurice Bourgue, piano: Jacques Février)
5:09
5 Sonata for Oboe & Piano (1962): II. Scherzo (très animé) (feat. oboe: Maurice Bourgue, piano: Jacques Février)
3:56
6 Sonata for Oboe & Piano (1962): III. Déploration (très calme) (feat. oboe: Maurice Bourgue, piano: Jacques Février)
4:23
7 Sonate for Clarinet & Piano (1962): I. Allegro tristamente (feat. clarinet: Michel Portal, piano: Jacques Février)
5:35
8 Sonate for Clarinet & Piano (1962): II. Romanza (feat. clarinet: Michel Portal, piano: Jacques Février)
4:17
9 Sonate for Clarinet & Piano (1962): III, Allegro con fuoco (feat. clarinet: Michel Portal, piano: Jacques Février)
3:07
10 Elégie for Horn & Piano (feat. horn: Alan Civil, piano: Jacques Février)
9:43
11 Sonata for 2 Clarinets (1918): I. Presto (feat. clarinets: Michel Portal & Maurice Gabal)
1:54
12 Sonata for 2 Clarinets (1918): II. Andante (feat. clarinets: Michel Portal & Maurice Gabal)
2:50
13 Sonata for 2 Clarinets (1918): III. Vif (feat. clarinets: Michel Portal & Maurice Gabal)
1:54
14 Sonata for Clarinet & Bassoon (1922): I. Allegro (feat. clarinet: Michel Portal, bassoon: Amaury Wallez)
1:47
15 Sonata for Clarinet & Bassoon (1922): II. Romance (feat. clarinet: Michel Portal, bassoon: Amaury Wallez)
2:46
16 Sonata for Clarinet & Bassoon (1922): III. Final (feat. clarinet: Michel Portal, bassoon: Amaury Wallez)
2:52
17 Sonata for Horn, Trombone & Trumpet (1922): I. Allegro moderato (feat. horn: Alan Civil, trombone: John Iveson, trumpet: John Wilbraham)
3:55
18 Sonata for Horn, Trombone & Trumpet (1922): II. Andante (feat. horn: Alan Civil, trombone: John Iveson, trumpet: John Wilbraham)
2:56
19 Sonata for Horn, Trombone & Trumpet (1922): III. Rondeau (feat. horn: Alan Civil, trombone: John Iveson, trumpet: John Wilbraham)
1:37

Credits

CD 1: Piano Music (feat. piano: Gabriel Tacchino)

piano:
Gabriel Tacchino (tracks 1–41)
composer:
Francis Poulenc (tracks 1–6, 9–11, 13–22, 25–35, 37–41)
Francis Poulenc (– 1927) (track 23)
part of:
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 45) (track 23)
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 50) (track 40)
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 62) (track 41)
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 173) (track 22)
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 176) (track 39)
arrangement of:
Suite française, FP 80: 1. Bransle de Bourgogne (for chamber ensemble) (track 13)
Suite française, FP 80: 2. Pavane (for chamber ensemble) (track 14)
Suite française, FP 80: 3. Petite marche militaire (for chamber ensemble) (track 15)
Suite française, FP 80: 4. Complainte (for chamber ensemble) (track 16)
Suite française, FP 80: 5. Bransle de Champagne (for chamber ensemble) (track 17)
Suite française, FP 80: 6. Sicilienne (for chamber ensemble) (track 18)
Suite française, FP 80: 7. Carillon (for chamber ensemble) (track 19)
arrangements:
Mouvements Perpétuels: No. 1. (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 1)
is based on:
El amor brujo (for symphony orchestra) (track 22)
part of:
L'éventail de Jeanne (Ballet in one act by ten French composers) (track 23)
2 Improvisations, FP 170 (tracks 37–38)
2 Novelettes, FP 47 (tracks 20–21)
Suite française, FP 80 (for piano) (tracks 13–19)
8 Nocturnes, FP 56 (tracks 4–6, 9–11)
10 Improvisations, FP 63 (tracks 25–34)
recording of:
Suite française, FP 80: 2. Pavane (for piano) (track 14)
Suite française, FP 80: 7. Carillon (for piano) (track 19)

CD 2: Piano Music (feat. piano: Gabriel Tacchino)

piano:
Gabriel Tacchino (tracks 1–42)
additional composer:
Francis Poulenc (track 21)
composer:
Francis Poulenc (tracks 2–15, 17–20, 22–25, 28–29, 31–34, 36–42)
Antonín Dvořák (1894) (track 35)
part of:
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 87) (track 42)
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 105) (track 34)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Toccata (for three pianos, Steuermann) (track 38)
part of:
Napoli, FP 40 (tracks 39–41)
Trois pièces, FP 48 (tracks 36–38)
Thème varié, FP 151 (tracks 17–25)
Le soirées de Nazelles (tracks 2–9)
recording of:
Humoresque in G-flat major, op. 101 no. 7 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 35)
Mélancolie (track 34)
referred to in medleys:

CD 3

clarinet:
André Boutard (tracks 11–13)
violin:
Yehudi Menuhin (tracks 1–3)
cello:
Pierre Fournier (cellist) (tracks 4–7)
oboe:
Robert Casier (tracks 8–13)
bassoon:
Gérard Faisandier (tracks 8–13)
flute:
Jacques Castagner (French flautist) (tracks 11–13)
piano:
Jacques Février (tracks 1–13)
horn:
Michel Bergès (tracks 11–13)
composer:
Francis Poulenc (1926) (tracks 8–10)
Francis Poulenc (1932) (tracks 11–13)
Francis Poulenc (1940 – 1948) (tracks 4–7)
Francis Poulenc (1942 – 1943) (tracks 1–3)
part of:
Trio pour piano, hautbois et basson, FP 43 (movement) (tracks 8–10)
recording of:

CD 4: Chamber Music

clarinet:
Maurice Gabai (tracks 11–13)
Michel Portal (French composer, saxophonist and clarinetist) (tracks 7–9, 11–16)
oboe:
Maurice Bourgue (tracks 4–5)
trumpet:
John Wilbraham (tracks 17–19)
bassoon:
Amaury Wallez (tracks 14–16)
flute:
Michel Debost (tracks 1–3)
piano:
Jacques Février (tracks 1–5, 7–10)
horn:
Alan Civil (British horn player) (tracks 10, 17–19)
trombone:
John Iveson (trombonist and arranger) (tracks 17–19)
composer:
Francis Poulenc (tracks 10, 17–19)
Francis Poulenc (1957) (tracks 1–3)
Francis Poulenc (1962) (tracks 4–5, 7–9)
dedicated to:
Dennis Brain (track 10)
part of:
Francis Poulenc's works (FP) (number: FP 168) (track 10)
orchestrations:
Sonate pour flûte et piano, FP 164: II. Cantilena (orchestrated by Berkeley) (track 2)
Sonate pour flûte et piano, FP 164: III. Presto giocoso (orchestrated by Berkeley) (track 3)
part of:
recording of: