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Patricia Petibon | soprano

Susan Manoff| piano
David Venitucci| accordéon

 

Patricia Petibon's new "journey" in her own right, combining alchemy and finesse.

Patricia Petibon
Patricia Petibon © Bernard Martinez

Programme

L'amour, la mort, la mer
Bach “ Ich ruf’ zu Dir Herr Jesu Christ ”(transcription pour piano solo de Ferruccio Busoni
Barber  Crucifixion
Bacri All through Eternity, A la mar op. 119/1 (Melodías de la Melancoliía)
Satie Idylle (piano solo)
Fauré Au bord de l’eau
Lennon Oh my love (arrangement Laurent Levesque)
Rodrigo Adela
Tiersen Lok Gweltaz, Yuzin
Fauré Les Berceaux (extrait de «Trois mélodies », op. 23, n°. 1)
Cras La Rencontre
A. Ramirez y F. Luna Alfonsina y el mar
Poulenc Sanglots (extrait de « Banalités », n°. 5)
Tiersen Porz Goret (piano solo)
Granados Ay ! Majo de mi vida (extrait de La maja dolorosa n° 2), El mirar de la maja (extrait de Tondillas), De aquel majo amante (extrait de La maja dolorosa n° 3)       
Copland Piano Blues n° 3 (piano solo)
Baska Heart, we will forget him
Escaich Le chant des lendemains (texte d’Olivier Py)
Satie Méditation, à Albert Roussel  (piano solo)
Mignone Dona Janaína
Weatherly Danny Boy (arrangement Laurent Levesque)

To read

"L'amour, la mort, la mer" is a magical journey conceived and imagined by Patricia Petibon, one of the most flamboyant, surprising and eclectic sopranos of her generation. Transgressing styles and categories, "L'amour, la mort, la mer" brings to life a repertoire that combines the precision of the French masterpiece with vast horizons.

PRODUCTION Les Grandes Voix

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