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1Sara la baigneuse, ballade, op. 11
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Sara la baigneuse, op. 11, H. 69C (for three choirs and orchestra) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Victor Hugo (French poet and novelist)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 69C)
Hector Berlioz6:55
2Tristia, op. 18 : Méditation religieuse
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Tristia, op. 18: I. Méditation Religieuse: Ce Monde Entier (for chorus and orchestra) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Anne-Louise Swanton-Belloc
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 56B)
part of:
Tristia, op. 18 (for chorus and orchestra)
Hector Berlioz4:54
3Tristia, op. 18 : La mort d’Ophélie
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Tristia, op. 18: II. La Mort d'Ophélie: Aupres d'un Torent (for chorus and orchestra) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 92B)
part of:
Tristia, op. 18 (for chorus and orchestra)
Hector Berlioz6:11
4Tristia, op. 18 : Marche funèbre pour la dernière scène d’Hamlet
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Tristia, op. 18: III. Marche funèbre pour la dernière scène d'Hamlet (for chorus and orchestra) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 103)
part of:
Tristia, op. 18 (for chorus and orchestra)
Hector Berlioz7:32
5Le ballet des ombres, ronde nocturne, op. 2
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
piano:
David Bismuth (pianist) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Le Ballet des ombres, op. 2 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Albert-Marie Du Boys (French poet)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1829)
dedicated to:
Chrétien Urhan
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 37)
Hector Berlioz3:00
6Chant sacré, op. 2 No. 6 (version I)
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Chant sacré, op. 2b no. 6, H. 44B (for chorus and orchestra) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Thomas Moore (Irish poet)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1829)
revised by:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1843)
translator:
Thomas Gounet
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 44B)
revision of:
Chant sacré, op. 2b no. 6, H. 44A (for tenor or soprano, chorus and piano)
Hector Berlioz5:16
7Veni Creator Spiritus
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Veni Creator, H. 141 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 141)
Hector Berlioz4:50
8Tantum ergo sacramentum
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
harmonium:
Frank Villars (harmonium player) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Tantum Ergo, H. 142 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 142)
Hector Berlioz6:24
9Scène héroïque (La Révolution grecque) : Récit & air : « Lève-toi, fils de Sparte ! » (Héros grec)
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
baritone vocals:
Laurent Naouri (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30) and Nicolas Rivenq (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Révolution grecque (scène héroïque) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (from 1825 until 1826)
librettist:
Humbert Ferrand
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 21)
Hector Berlioz3:14
10Scène héroïque (La Révolution grecque) : Chœur : « Mais la voix du Dieu des armées » (Héros grec, Prêtre grec)
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
baritone vocals:
Laurent Naouri (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30) and Nicolas Rivenq (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Révolution grecque (scène héroïque) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (from 1825 until 1826)
librettist:
Humbert Ferrand
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 21)
Hector Berlioz5:19
11Scène héroïque (La Révolution grecque) : Prière : « Astre terrible et saint, guide les pas du brave ! »
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
baritone vocals:
Laurent Naouri (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30) and Nicolas Rivenq (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Révolution grecque (scène héroïque) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (from 1825 until 1826)
librettist:
Humbert Ferrand
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 21)
Hector Berlioz4:24
12Scène héroïque (La Révolution grecque) : Final : « Des sommets de l’Olympe » (Héros grec, Prètre grec)
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
baritone vocals:
Laurent Naouri (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30) and Nicolas Rivenq (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Révolution grecque (scène héroïque) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (from 1825 until 1826)
librettist:
Humbert Ferrand
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 21)
Hector Berlioz4:47
CD 2
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1Le Cinq mai, chant sur la mort de l’Empereur Napoléon, op. 6
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
baritone vocals:
Nicolas Rivenq (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Le Cinq mai, op. 6 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer)
librettist:
Pierre-Jean de Béranger
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 74)
Hector Berlioz13:25
2La mort d’Orphée : Introduction
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Mort d'Orphée (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1827)
librettist:
Henri-Montan Berton
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 25)
Hector Berlioz2:25
3La mort d’Orphée : Récit & air : « Prêtresses de Bacchus… O seul bien qui me reste ! »
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Mort d'Orphée (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1827)
librettist:
Henri-Montan Berton
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 25)
Hector Berlioz4:19
4La mort d’Orphée : Récit : « Quels cris affreux se font entendre ? »
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Mort d'Orphée (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1827)
librettist:
Henri-Montan Berton
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 25)
Hector Berlioz1:05
5La mort d’Orphée : Bacchanale : « O Dieu puissant, fils de Latone… O Bacchus Evoé ! »
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Mort d'Orphée (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1827)
librettist:
Henri-Montan Berton
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 25)
Hector Berlioz3:16
6La mort d’Orphée : Tableau musical
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
partial recording of:
La Mort d'Orphée (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1827)
librettist:
Henri-Montan Berton
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 25)
Hector Berlioz2:47
7Chant guerrier, op. 2 no. 3
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
piano:
David Bismuth (pianist) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
baritone vocals:
Nicolas Rivenq (bass-baritone) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Chant guerrier, op. 2b no. 3, H. 41 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Thomas Moore (Irish poet)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1829)
translator:
Thomas Gounet
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 41)
part of:
Neuf Mélodies Irlandaises, op. 2b, H. 38 (a.k.a. Irlande)
Hector Berlioz4:02
8Chanson à boire, op. 2 no. 5
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Chanson à boire, op. 2b no. 5, H. 43 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Thomas Moore (Irish poet)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1829)
translator:
Thomas Gounet
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 43)
part of:
Neuf Mélodies Irlandaises, op. 2b, H. 38 (a.k.a. Irlande)
Hector Berlioz3:39
9Chant des chemins de fer, op. 19 no. 3
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
orchestra:
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Chant des chemins de fer, op. 19 no. 3 (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1846)
librettist:
Jules Janin
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 110)
part of:
Feuillets d’album, op. 19
Hector Berlioz8:32
10Chant sacré, op. 2 No. 6 (version II)
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
piano:
David Bismuth (pianist) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
tenor vocals:
Rolando Villazón (tenor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Chant sacré, op. 2b no. 6, H. 44A (for tenor or soprano, chorus and piano) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
Thomas Moore (Irish poet)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1829)
translator:
Thomas Gounet
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 44A)
part of:
Neuf Mélodies Irlandaises, op. 2b, H. 38 (a.k.a. Irlande)
Hector Berlioz9:05
11Hymne pour la consécration du nouveau tabernacle
producer:
Étienne Collard
editor:
Frédéric Briant
piano:
David Bismuth (pianist) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
choir vocals:
Les Éléments (chamber choir) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
conductor:
Michel Plasson (conductor) (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
balance engineer:
Frédéric Briant and Jean Chatauret
recorded at:
Halle aux Grains (Toulouse) in Toulouse (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
recording of:
Hymne pour la consécration du nouveau tabernacle (from 2003-04-26 until 2003-04-30)
lyricist:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Hector Berlioz (composer) (in 1859)
part of:
Catalogue of the Works of Hector Berlioz (number: H. 135)
Hector Berlioz7:15

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liner notes:Hugh Macdonald (liner notes / musicologist)
liner notes translator:Gudrun Meier (linernotes, Übersetzung)
Michel Roubinet (translation English-French)
executive producer:Alain Lanceron
ASIN:UK: B00008ODZY [info]