Cloches et Carillons

The piano is perhaps better suited than any other instrument to evoke the sound of bells – evening bells, bells of farewell and of joy, funereal bells, bells with spiritual overtones – and late-Romantic and twentieth-century French and Russian composers in particular have responded to the challenge of capturing those sonorities at the keyboard. This recital explores three centuries of pianistic tintinnabulation, and its ability to capture atmosphere and emotion.

Irmela Roelcke, piano

    CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS

  1. Les Cloches du soir, Op. 85 (1889)
  2. FRANZ LISZT

  3. Weihnachtsbaum (1873–76, rev. 1881): No. 9, Abendglocken
  4. Années de Pèlerinage I – Suisse (1837–38, rev. 1848): No. 9, Les Cloches de Genève
  5. Ave Maria – Die Glocken von Rom (1862)
  6. FLORENT SCHMITT

  7. Musiques intimes, Op. 29 (1904): No. 6, Glas
  8. LOUIS VIERNE

  9. Poèmes des cloches funèbres, Op. 39 (1916): No. 2, Le glas
  10. FELIX BLUMENFELD

    Cloches: Suite pour Piano, Op. 40 (1909)

  11. I Cloches et clochettes
  12. II Glas funèbre
  13. III Cloches triomphales
  14. MAURICE RAVEL

  15. Miroirs (1904–5): No. 5, La Vallée des cloches
  16. CLAUDE DEBUSSY

  17. Images, Livre II (1907): No. 1, Cloches à travers les feuilles
  18. OLIVIER MESSIAEN

  19. Préludes pour piano (1928–29): No. 6, Cloches d’angoisse et larmes d’adieu
  20. TRISTAN MURAIL

  21. Cloches d’adieu, et un sourire (1992)
  22. GILEAD MISHORY

  23. Cloches de joie et larmes de rire (2006)*
  24. GEORGE ENESCU

    Piano Suite No. 3, Pièces impromptues, Op. 18 (1913–16)

  25. VI Choral
  26. VII Carillon nocturne
 

*FIRST RECORDING

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