French Piano Music

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Re: French Piano Music

Post by alfor » Fri Dec 15, 2017 5:36 pm

On we go:

Maurice RAVEL
Concerto in G major mvt. 3

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Ravel PC G 3.pdf
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Re: French Piano Music

Post by alfor » Mon Dec 18, 2017 4:48 pm

Finished:

Maurice RAVEL
Concerto in G major mvt. 2

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Ravel PC G 2.pdf
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Re: French Piano Music

Post by alfor » Mon Dec 18, 2017 4:52 pm

Albert ROUSSEL (from Rüsselsheim)
Trois Pieces op. 49

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Roussel 3 Pieces op.49 fingered.pdf
A most excellent performance:
Roussel op.49A Lefebure.flac
Roussel op.49B Lefebure.flac
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Re: French Piano Music

Post by fleubis » Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:28 am

Many thanks for the ROUSSEL piece, Alfred. Dazzling performance which I greatly enjoyed in the FLAC format (no MP3--thank you very much!).

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Re: French Piano Music

Post by alfor » Tue Dec 19, 2017 5:25 pm

fleubis wrote:Many thanks for the ROUSSEL piece, Alfred. Dazzling performance which I greatly enjoyed in the FLAC format (no MP3--thank you very much!).
Thank you for feedback!
How do you like this:

Albert ROUSSEL (Rüssel)
Sonatine op. 16

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Roussel Sonatine op.16 fingered.pdf
Did you know that one of the first recordings of this piece was made in the 1970s by Andre Previn (Jazz Pianist, Classical Pianist, Jazz Composer, Classical Composer, Conductor, recently part-time husband of Anne-Sophie Mutter)?
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Re: French Piano Music

Post by Jim Faston » Wed Dec 20, 2017 12:42 am

I cleaned the IMSLP copy of Roussel's Conte à la poupée some time ago - I don't believe I ever shared it.
Roussel_Conte à la poupée.pdf
Here's a nice recording (along with three other AR pieces) by Lucette Descaves:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OliwIVIm1TE
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Re: French Piano Music

Post by isokani » Sat Feb 17, 2018 5:29 pm

Hello,
I've been looking for three pieces by Pierre de Breville, and wonder if anyone is able to help. They are:

Impromptu et choral,
Prelude et fugue, and
Stamboul.

I think it's time there was a CD of his piano music.

Many thanks and best wishes.

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Re: French Piano Music

Post by Jean-Séb » Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:00 pm

That would be great. The few works I've heard so far are quite good.
Unfortunately, he is still under copyright in France.

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Re: French Piano Music

Post by isokani » Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:36 am

Yes, I think he died in 1949. Is it 70 years for copyright in France? That means if I record something next year, and it came out in 2019, there would be nothing to pay. I've noticed that these pieces are listed by the Bibliotheque Nationale and are held at the Richelieu site. Have you (or do you know anyone who has) experience of obtaining items from them that are still in copyright (if only just)?

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Re: French Piano Music

Post by Jean-Séb » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:02 am

Yes, 70 ans post mortem, but for musical works, France is (I believe) the only European to add years compensating the war time (It was clear for Ravel which entered the public domain in France much later than in other countries). Thus my guess is for the Impromptu et Choral, published in 1912, before WWI, the copyright will end only in 2034 and for Stamboul, published in 1921, the copyright would expire in 2027 or 2028.

Le calcul des prorogations des années de guerre

Les prorogations des années de guerre sont des mesures prises à la suite des guerres de 1914-1918 et de 1939-1945 en faveur des héritiers et de leurs ayant droits afin de compenser le manque à gagner dû aux difficultés d'exploitation des œuvres occasionnées par ces guerres.

La première prorogation est d'une durée de 6 ans et 152 jours, la seconde d'une durée de 8 ans et 120 jours.

les œuvres publiées avant le 31 décembre 1920 bénéficient de la première et de la seconde prorogation de guerre, ce qui porte leur protection à 70 ans + 14 ans et 272 jours
les œuvres publiées entre le 1er janvier 1921 et le 31 décembre 1948 bénéficient de la seconde prorogation de guerre, d'une durée de 8 ans et 120 jours
à ces prorogations peuvent s'ajouter 30 ans supplémentaires si l'auteur est mort pour la France (exemple : Jehan Alain, 1911-1940, mort au front).

Le délai se calcule à compter du 1er janvier de l'année civile suivant le décès de l'auteur. Une fois ce délai écoulé, l'œuvre tombe dans le domaine public dans sa forme originale, les arrangements et adaptations réalisés à partir de l'œuvre originale étant toujours susceptibles d'être protégés.
http://metiers.philharmoniedeparis.fr/m ... uteur.aspx

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