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Marcelle Meyer, Ravel - L'Œuvre de Piano Par Marcelle Meyer
Marcelle Meyer, Ravel - L'Œuvre de Piano Par Marcelle Meyer
Performer: Marcelle Meyer, Ravel
Title: L'Œuvre de Piano Par Marcelle Meyer
Label: Les Discophiles Français
Country: France
Cat: DF 100 - 101
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1970 mb | MP3 size: 2639 mb | WMA size: 2960 mb
Genre: Classical

1Pavone Pour Une Infante Defunte
2Jeux D'Eau
3La Valleee Des Cloches
6Menuet Sur Le Nom de Haydn
7Oiseaux Tristes
8Alborada Del Gracioso
9Gaspart De La Nuit
10Menuet Antique
11Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales
14Une Barque Sur L'Ocean
15Le Gibet
16Tombeau de Comperin


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DF 100 - 101Marcelle Meyer, Ravel Marcelle Meyer, Ravel - L'Œuvre de Piano Par Marcelle Meyer ‎(2xLP)Les Discophiles FrançaisDF 100 - 101FranceUnknown


  • Composed ByMaurice Ravel
  • PianoMarcelle Meyer



Marcelle Meyer. 2017 Mono Version. Rameau: Recueil, Nouvelles suites & Dauphine and Chabrier. Rameau: The Keyboard Works. Marcelle Meyer Plays Chopin, Debussy & De Falla. Orchestre De la Rai De Rome, Mário Rossi, Marcelle Meyer. The Best of Marcelle Meyer: Early Recordings. Orchestra della RAI di Roma, Mário Rossi, Marcelle Meyer. 2012 Debussy, de Falla, Chopin. 1957 Mono Version. Rameau: L'œuvre de clavier. Schubert: Oeuvres pour piano - La discothèque idéale de Diapason, Vol. Various artists. Listen free to Rameau - Marcelle Meyer L'Œuvre de Clavier 1ᵉʳ Livre 1706: Prélude, 1ᵉʳ Livre 1706: Allemande and more. 48 tracks . Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue Meyer French: 22 May 1897 17 November 1958 was a French pianist. She worked with a group of musicians known as Les Six of whom she was the favored pianist. Marcelle Meyer was born in Lille, France on 22 May 1897. She was taught piano from the age of five by her sister Germaine, and entered the Conservatoire de Paris in 1911 at age 14, studying with Alfred Cortot and Marguerite Long and was awarded the Premier Prix at age 16. She then studied Ravel and Spanish composers with. Marcelle Meyer 22 May 1897 - 17 November 1958 was a French pianist. She was taught piano Meyer whose name will sound familiar to a small circle of piano music lovers might have easily become another pianistic curiosity had she not left recordings which are still keenly sought after by avid collectors, prepared to spend vast sums of money. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Marcelle Meyer на маркетплейсе , Marcelle Meyer's is truly great piano playing, and her Rameau recordings are among her most remarkable contributions to the recorded literature there's every reason to want this unless you already have the earlier Les Introuvables de Marcelle Meyer, Vol. Track Listing - Disc 1. A 1955 recording of pianist Marcelle Meyer 1897-1958 playing Feuillet d'album by Emmanuel Chabrier. The recording was originally released on Les Discophiles Francais and is currently available on EMI. While it sounds as though Meyer is playing a Pleyel or Erard piano, it is in fact a very light-actioned Steinway used in her Discophiles recordings, as well as those of Yves Nat and Lili Kraus. Meyer was a major figure in the creation of new music from her participation in Erik Satie's Parade in 1917 until her early death in 1958. She championed the works of Satie, Ravel, Debussy, and. Pavane pour une infante défunte, M. 19 Version for Piano. By Maurice Ravel. Menuet antique, M. 7 Version for Piano. The French pianist, Marcelle Meyer, received her first piano lessons at the age of five from her sister Germaine, nine years older and herself an excellent pianist. Marcelle entered the Paris Conservatoire in 1911 at the age of fourteen enrolling first in Marguerite Long's class. She quickly changed to Alfred Cortot's class who was to guide her to her Premiers Prix in 1913. In 1917, her marriage to the actor Pierre Bertin introduced Marcelle Meyer into the circle of Eric Satie and his friends. Responsible for presenting Satie's Piège de Méduse, Bertin was a vibrant and talented character who moved freely between the theatrical and musical worlds of Paris