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946 views • May 29, 2021

RAVEL Pavane pour une infante défunte│Nicolas BALDEYROU and friends

Dear Friends, I hope you’re well! I didn’t post any video for quite a long time but I had a very good reason 😁 in addition to my normal activities, I was recording a full symphony orchestra! I dreamt for a long time to play the beautiful horn solo of « Pavane pour une infante défunte » by Ravel, that was one of the reasons I started to play the French horn 20 years ago, so that’s it, I decided to record the full version with my lovely friends of the @philharmoniquederadiofrance Thank you so much @magalimosnier @helenedevilleneuve Hugues Anselmo @constanceluzzati Cécile Agator and Nadine Pierre 🙏🏼🔥❤️ Pavane pour une infante défunte (Pavane for a Dead Princess) is a work for solo piano by Maurice Ravel, written in 1899 while the French composer was studying at the Conservatoire de Paris under Gabriel Fauré. Ravel published the orchestral version in 1910. He described the piece as "an evocation of a pavane that a little princess [Infanta] might, in former times, have danced at the Spanish court".[1] The pavane was a slow processional dance that enjoyed great popularity in the courts of Europe during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The orchestral score was published in 1910. The premiere was given on 27 February 1911 in Manchester, England, conducted by Sir Henry Wood. Reviewing the concert, the critic Samuel Langford called the work "most beautiful" and added, "The piece is hardly representative of the composer, with whom elusive harmonies woven in rapid figuration are the usual medium of expression. In the Pavane we get normal, almost archaic harmonies, subdued expression, and a somewhat remote beauty of melody." I hope you'll like it and don't hesitate to give me ideas 😁 Take care and stay safe! ❤️ #wearebuffet #buffetlegende #vandoren #vandorenreeds #vandorenmouthpieces #ravel #mauriceravel #pavane #pavanepouruneinfantedefunte #classicalmusician #frenchhorn #paxman #paxmanhorns #clarinet #clarinette #clarinete #clarinetto #klarinette #clarinetist #clarinetplayer #clarinetensemble #klarnet #クラリネット #클라리넷 #单簧管 #單簧管 #nicolasbaldeyrou
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