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Continuing their exploration of Ravel's output, FranƧois-Xavier Roth and Les SiĆØcles offer us two works linked by his love of Spain. Alongside the famous Bolero, which regains it's original flavor here on period instruments, is Ravel's first opera, which flirted with libertinism: though it's outstanding cast consists entirely of native French-speakers, this caustic 'Hour' remains quintessentially Spanish!
Continuing their exploration of Ravel's output, FranƧois-Xavier Roth and Les SiĆØcles offer us two works linked by his love of Spain. Alongside the famous Bolero, which regains it's original flavor here on period instruments, is Ravel's first opera, which flirted with libertinism: though it's outstanding cast consists entirely of native French-speakers, this caustic 'Hour' remains quintessentially Spanish!
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Ravel: L'heure Espagnole Bolero
Artist: Les Sičcles
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Introduction
2. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 1: SeƱor Torquemada, Horloger de TolĆØde ?(Ramiro, Torquemada)
3. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 2: Totor ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Torquemada, Ramiro)
4. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 3: II Reste, VoilĆ  Bien Ma Chance ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Ramiro)
5. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 4: II Ɖtait Temps, Voici Gonzalve ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Gonzalve)
6. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 5: C'est Fait, L'horloge Est A Sa Place (Ramiro, ConcepciĆ³n, Gonzalve)
7. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 6: Maintenant Pas de Temps A Perdre ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Gonzalve)
8. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 7: Salut A la Belle HorlogĆØre ! (IƱigo, ConcepciĆ³n)
9. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 8: VoilĆ  !.. Et Maintenant A L'autre ! (Ramiro, ConcepciĆ³n, IƱigo)
10. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 9: Ɖvidemment, Elle Me CongĆ©die (IƱigo)
11. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 10: VoilĆ  Ce Que J'appelle Une Femme Charmante (Ramiro)
12. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 11: Monsieur, Ah ! Monsieur ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Ramiro)
13. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 12: Enfin, Il Part ! (IƱigo, ConcepciĆ³n)
14. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 13: VoilĆ  L'objet ! (Ramiro, ConcepciĆ³n, IƱigo)
15. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 14: Ah ! Vous, N'est-Ce Pas, Preste ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Gonzalve)
16. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 15: en DĆ©pit de Cette Inhumaine (Gonzalve)
17. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 16: VoilĆ  Ce Que J'appelle Une Femme Charmante ! (Ramiro, ConcepciĆ³n)
18. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 17: Oh ! la Pitoyable Aventure ! (ConcepciĆ³n, Gonzalve)
19. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 18: VoilĆ  !... Et Maintenant, SeƱora, Je Suis PRET (Ramiro, ConcepciĆ³n)
20. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 19: Mon Oil Anxieux Interroge (IƱigo, Gonzalve)
21. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 19: Adieu, Cellule, Adieu, Donjon (Gonzalve)
22. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 20: LL N'est, Pour L'horloger, de Joie Ɖgale (Torquemada, IƱigo, Gonzalve)
23. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 21: Pardieu, DĆ©mĆ©nageur, Vous Venez A Propos ! (IƱigo, Torquemada, Ramiro, ConcepciĆ³n
24. Ravel: L'heure Espagnole, M. 52, Scene 21: Un Financier... (Gonzalve, IƱigo, ConcepciĆ³n, Torquemada)
25. Ravel: Bolero, M. 81

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Continuing their exploration of Ravel's output, FranƧois-Xavier Roth and Les SiĆØcles offer us two works linked by his love of Spain. Alongside the famous Bolero, which regains it's original flavor here on period instruments, is Ravel's first opera, which flirted with libertinism: though it's outstanding cast consists entirely of native French-speakers, this caustic 'Hour' remains quintessentially Spanish!
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