[12] After a slightly faster middle section there is a recapitulation of a kind with, in Mellers's words, "enharmonic ambiguities that justify the 'malinconico' of the directive", and: The flute part is technically demanding in this movement, with frequent trills and demisemiquaver tonguing. SONATA for Flute and Piano* Duration 12 mint. A sonata for bassoon was never begun. 8 mars 2019 - Découvrez le tableau "Francis Poulenc" de David Bogaerts sur Pinterest. [5] When he had completed the first two of the three movements, he wrote to his friend Pierre Bernac: On 18 June 1957, the public premiere was given at the Strasbourg Music Festival by the flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal, for whom it had been written, with the composer at the piano. The sonata was commissioned by the American Library of Congress and is dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, an American patron of chamber music. [18] The music gathers speed again and the sonata sprints to a double fortissimo finish, "strictement en mesure sans ralentir" ("strictly in time without any slowing down"). The first … makes clear the composer’s elegiac intentions; the second is a haunting cantilena for the flute. It has a claim to be the most played of any work for flute and piano. The clarinet sonata is one of three that Poulenc wrote for solo woodwind and piano, part of a planned set that he did not live to complete. Francis poulenc.pdf -!,.! [9] The score was published in France and Britain shortly after the premiere. Each of the work's three movements is fluent and graceful in different ways. [20] The composer is reported to have said that the movement should be played as quickly as possible because "it isn't any good" (he probably would have liked more time to work on it)[1] but others have found it "masterly"[18] and "a perfect conclusion". Fragments of the first section's airborne melody intermingle with ecstatic spurtings of the middle theme. The Sonata’s own cause was promoted by the Chesterian. The flute sonata was written in the winter of 1956-57 on commission from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation at the U.S. Library of Congress. [n 1] In August he agreed to go ahead. • Switch back to classic skin, http://imslp.org/index.php?title=Flute_Sonata,_FP_164_(Poulenc,_Francis)&oldid=2696586. [25] While working on it, Berkeley wrote in his diary: The musicologist Roger Covell wrote of Berkeley's orchestration, "It is hard to imagine the job being done better … this sonata-concerto has Poulenc's characteristic and attractive mixture of flippancy and tenderness". There is nothing extraordinary about this edition of the Poulenc Sonata but the printing is extremely clear. Flute Sonata, FP 164: I. Allegro malinconico. Nielsen, Carl – Fantasy Pieces. A coda to the coda is explicitly based on. [8] The musicologist Malcolm MacDonald writes of the sonata: The movement starts in 24 (♩= 82) with an opening four-bar phrase with a descending theme, beginning with a broken triad of demisemiquavers around high E and declining to the G above middle C. The piano's right-hand part interweaves arpeggiated semiquavers over a pedal in the left hand. Among recordings singled out in a BBC Radio 3 survey in 2015 are those by William Bennett with Clifford Benson; Sharon Bezaly with Ronald Brautigam; Patrick Gallois with Pascal Rogé; Emmanuel Pahud with Le Sage; Ileana Ruhemann with Kathron Sturrock; and Adam Walker with James Baillieu.[23]. In January 1959 he accompanied Gareth Morris in the British premiere, in an all-Poulenc programme that included the world premiere of his Élégie in memory of Dennis Brain for horn and piano. Poulenc composed it for the flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal, and he and Rampal gave the première in June 1957 at the Strasbourg Music Festival. - 51/54/71 - IgorCello, Flute Part [B] 1. The task of orchestrating Poulenc's Flute Sonata ... proves as difficult as I had feared. A sonata for flute was composed in 1956, while one for oboe was completed a few weeks after the one for clarinet. In Mellers's phrase, "The flute flickers, the piano bounces, in a helter skelter gallop". *#367457 - 0.39MB, 7 pp. Written in 1956-57, this is an elegant, dreamy chamber work that demonstrates Poulenc’s highest compositional skill and highlights the French affinity for the sweet sounds of the flute. The Sonate pour flûte et piano (Flute Sonata), FP 164, by Francis Poulenc, is a three-movement work for flute and piano, written in 1957. Throughout his life, Poulenc performed as a pianist, but he is best remembered today for his prolific compositional output. In its song-like tune Poulenc acknowledged there were echoes of Sister Constance in Dialogues des Carmélites but the effect here is purely lyrical – an "infinite melody" (mélodie infinie) – with none of the drama of the opera. The work is dedicated to the memory of Coolidge, one of the twentieth century\'s greatest champions of chamber music. Poulenc wrote: "nothing could be further from human breath than the stroke of a bow". Written in 1956-57, this is an elegant, dreamy chamber work and he has demonstrated his obvious compositional skill, also highlighting the French affinity with the sweet sounds of the flute. By Francis Poulenc David Jalbert & Daniele Bourget. He premiered the piece with the flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal in June 1957 at the Strasbourg Music Festival. ), Content is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License ... Another difficulty is that Francis, though there are things I love in his music, has passages that are strangely clumsy and that I long to rewrite, but of course I can't add or subtract anything and I should only spoil the whole thing … I have to think all the time of how he would have wanted it to sound. Notes to Opus Arte CD OACD9012D, Mawer, Deborah (2001). The work was an immediate success, and was quickly taken up in the US, Britain and elsewhere and has been recorded many times. *#367458 - 5.70MB, 8 pp. The sonata is in three movements, taking a total of 12 minutes in performance. As a composer, he was largely self-taught, but was encouraged from a young age to play the piano by his mother and later studied with Catalan pianist Ricardo Viñes. Notes to Hyperion CD CDH55386, Siegel, Joseph (2000). - 51/54/71 - IgorCello, This piece has been arranged for Flute and Orchestra by Lennox Berkeley (in 1976, published by Chester, 1977). [17] The fast music culminates in a long trill on high G, followed by a brief silence from which there comes, unexpectedly, a quotation from the dotted rhythm "mélancolique" theme of the first movement's middle section, in its original key of F sharp minor. • Page visited 129,833 times • Powered by MediaWiki 4 This Sonata For Flute and Pianois a virtuosic flute solo by renowned influential French composer Francis Poulenc. [7][n 2] Le Figaro said of the work, "The music burst forth from the heart, without formality, and 'sang', in every sense". 0.0/10 [7], This movement (♩= 52) is much slower and quieter. He thought little of his own sonatas for cello and for violin. How to create a webinar that resonates with remote audiences A sense of restless melancholy pervades the first movement (Allegretto malincolico) of Poulenc\'s Sonata. Flute Sonata, FP 164 (Poulenc, Francis) This work is likely not in the public domain in the US (due to first publication with the required notice after 1925, plus renewal or "restoration" under the GATT/TRIPS amendments), nor in the EU and those countries where the copyright term is life+70 years. Notes to Naxos CD 8.553611, MacDonald, Malcolm (2013). [14] The movement begins with two quavers on the piano, which are echoed by the flute during the course of the next two bars. This is an updated edition of Francis Poulenc’s 1957 work, edited by Carl Schmidt. [16], This movement (♩=160–168) is predominantly extrovert and fast; the beat is a strongly marked 24. The Flute Sonata is as typical of Poulenc as anything he ever wrote, combining as it does elegant charm and brashness, and embodying a disarming combination of innocence and sophistication and a naturalness that seems to stem directly from the boulevard cafés. & W. Chester, Ltd. Works first published in the 20th century, Pages with commercial recordings (Naxos collection), Pages with commercial recordings (BnF collection), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License, Jean-Pierre Rampal (1922-2000), flute part. The shape is roughly that of a rondo with choruses and verses, but Poulenc treats the form freely. Both the Flute Sonata and the Clarinet Sonata, the latter dedicated to the memory of Arthur Honegger, follow the early chamber works in their 3-movement, fast-slow-fast patterns, with a moderate first movement of almost religious serenity, a gentle middle one in a contrasting key, and a sprightly finale. Poulenc preferred composing for woodwinds above strings. 6 [1] In April 1956, when he was still working on the opera, he was approached by Harold Spivacke of the American Library of Congress with a request to write a piece for two pianos or alternatively a chamber piece for up to six instruments. 4:40 PREVIEW Sonata for flute and piano: II. The difficulty is the entirely pianistic nature of the accompaniment, extremely difficult to translate into orchestral terms. By Francis Poulenc Michel Moraguès, Pascal Rog é. Flute Sonata, FP 164 4 Francis Poulenc Flute Sonata 1957 Play Unlimited Access to the Best Classical Music Streaming Experience Streaming built specifically for classical music, biggest catalogue with lossless audio quality, extensive collection of playlists, composers 101, compare recordings side by side, podcasts and much more. [21] Poulenc was pleased to accompany other flautists in the sonata. ^...^. Critics have noted Poulenc's characteristic "trademark bittersweet grace, wit, irony and sentiment" in the piece. 1.. Allegro malinconico Francis Poulenc FLUTE PIANO J= 84 mettre beaucoup de pédale (lee double, croches très estompée ... .TNInIM JEI---B-i...^. 4 ... By Francis Poulenc Mathieu Lussier, Normand Forget & David Jalbert. This Sonata For Flute and Piano is a virtuosic flute solo by renowned influential French composer Francis Poulenc. 1 1 1 -1 2 1 3! Poulenc, Francis – Sonata for Flute and Piano . [26] The Musical Times commented in 1978 that "the orchestration does complete justice to the composer. (-) - V/54/34 - IgorCello, PDF scanned by Unknown 07 /00 6 0 / 1 23. Twentieth Century Music for Flute: Francis Poulenc, Sonata for Flute and Piano, Bela Bartok, Hungarian Peasant Suite, Claude Debussy, Syrinx, for solo flute and Serge Prokofiev, Sonata for Flute and Piano by Francis Poulenc, Bela Bartok, et al. Written in 1956-57, this is an elegant, dreamy chamber work and he has demonstrated his obvious compositional skill, also highlighting the French affinity with the sweet sounds of the flute. [1], Poulenc considered giving the American premiere together with Rampal during a planned US tour, but the tour did not take place and Rampal gave the American premiere in February 1958 with his regular accompanist Robert Veyron-Lacroix. Voir plus d'idées sur le thème francis poulenc, compositeurs, musique classique. 94 $ 16.99. The flute sonata became one of Poulenc's best-known works and is a prominent feature in 20th-century flute repertoire. Chamber Music Work: Francis Poulenc (1899-1963), Flute Sonata, Op. Complete Score (CA) Prokofiev, Sergio – Flute Sonata Op. Scores published by J. IgorCello (2015/3/1), Flute Part [B] 164 (for flute and piano) Francis Poulenc ( 1899-1963 ) is a composer and a French pianist, an author of about two hundred melodies or songs, accompanied for the greater part in the piano or by an orchestra. Among the earlier ones are those by Michel Debost with Jacques Fevrier and Rampal with Veyron-Lacroix. [2] Poulenc was too busy to accept, but Spivacke persisted. Contributor: Pierlot, Pierre - Orchestre Des Concerts Lamoureux - Février, Jacques - Poulenc, Francis - Boutard, André - Baudo, Serge Audio Recording Sonata for clarinet and piano ; Sonata for oboe and piano / Catalog Record Only David Weber, clarinet ; Harry Shulman, oboe ; Harriet Wingreen, piano. Wilfrid Mellers comments that the reappearance of the first theme in an unexpected key makes it clear that Poulenc is not following sonata form but is using "a subtle ternary structure". Rampal and Poulenc had given gave the work a private performance the previous day to an audience of one: the pianist, Clements, Dominy (2015). However, it is public domain in Canada (where IMSLP is hosted) and in other countries (China, Hong Kong, New Zealand) where the copyright term is life+50 years. Very fast and very tricky for the players, the skittish and vivacious … finale brings the work to a close in cheerful and sardonic style. [7], Asked about the term "cantilena", Poulenc replied that it "is not a fixed form like passacaglia for example, it is a free form … I could have called it an interlude ("intermède") or a romance". In 1976 the flautist James Galway asked the English composer Sir Lennox Berkeley, a good friend of Poulenc's for many years, to orchestrate the sonata. Sonata for Flute and Piano: Revised Edition, 1994 Paperback – Illustrated, January 1, 1992 by Carl Schmidt (Editor), Francis Poulenc (Composer) 4.7 out of 5 stars 53 ratings See all formats and editions 8 The work is infused with Poulenc’s trademark bittersweet grace, wit, irony and sentiment, which are manifested in different ways in each of its three movements. 0 05 5/ 3 - 0 556057 - 1 - 3 2 - 3 8 9: -; 3 - 3 1 1. Francis Poulenc wrote his Sonate pour flûte et piano in 1957 in response to a commission from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation at the U.S. Library of Congress. in 2015, the pianist and scholar David Owen Norris called the sonata "probably the world's most played piece for flute and piano". [15] The smooth scalic lines of the opening section are succeeded by contrasting vigorous dotted rhythmic material in the middle section with the flute going up to a top B, before the tranquil opening theme returns to bring the movement to a close. In 1976, thirteen years after Poulenc's death, the composer Lennox Berkeley made a well-regarded orchestrated version of the work that has also been recorded. Notes to Nimbus CD NI 5933, Battioni, Isabelle (2000). Poulenc’s Sonata of 1957 is dedicated to the memory of that champion of twentieth-century chamber music, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge. [22] Later in that year Poulenc played the piano part with Maxence Larrieu in Avignon, Rampal in Paris and Christian Lardé in Menton. The French affection for the flute is brilliantly demonstrated in Francis Poulenc's virtuosic Sonata for Flute and Piano (1956). Sonata for Flute and Piano & Villanelle for Piccolo or Pipe and Piano. In 1994 a new edition by Carl B. Schmidt and Patricia Harper was issued, correcting discrepancies and errors in the earlier published score. The Sonate pour flûte et piano (Flute Sonata), FP 164, by Francis Poulenc, is a three-movement work for flute and piano, written in 1957. [1][5][12] A counter-theme in F major gives the flute upwardly-leaping arpeggios, before the opening theme returns in A minor. French composer Francis Poulenc was born in Paris in 1899. Sonata for flute and piano: I. Allegro malincolico. It's a sonata of. [19], The finale is sometimes compared to the exuberant finales of Poulenc's early chamber works, particularly the Trio (1926), but the Poulenc scholar Claude Caré finds more in common between this movement and the Concert champêtre (1927–28). [28], In working on this Flute Sonata I have the feeling of going back a long way, but with a more settled technique. [23], The American premiere was recorded, as was the composer's Paris performance with Rampal. [24] There have been many subsequent recordings of the sonata. Poulenc began to think of writing a flute sonata in 1952, but he was occupied with his Sonata for Two Pianos and then his opera, Dialogues des Carmélites. 10 Over 1 million people now use Prezi Video to share content with their audiences; Jan. 15, 2021. [10] This is followed by an upward scale by both flute and piano leading to a contrasting theme, also descending. [27], The orchestral arrangement has been recorded by Galway with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Charles Dutoit, and later by Emily Beynon with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and Bramwell Tovey, Jennifer Stinton with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Steuart Bedford, and Bezaly with the Residentie Orkest Den Haag and Neeme Järvi. The first movement, Allegro malincolico, sounds sweetly sad rather than melancholy. 2 Blog. Later concert performances and recordings. Sonata Poulenc, F. This Sonata For Flute and Piano is a virtuosic flute solo by renowned influential French composer Francis Poulenc. Later recordings include those by Julius Baker with Lisa Logan and Mathieu Dufour with Éric Le Sage. *#367456 - 1.14MB, 23 pp. This work is likely not in the public domain in the US (due to first publication with the required notice after 1925, plus renewal or "restoration" under the GATT/TRIPS amendments), nor in the EU and those countries where the copyright term is life+70 years. Jan. 20, 2021. (Perhaps others also, though the Berkeley may perhaps by authorized by the composer's estate? [4] The sonata was commissioned in memory of a musical benefactor, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, to whom Poulenc dedicated the work.[1]. Poulenc spent the winter of 1956–57 in Cannes, where he composed the sonata between December and March. ^ • n"- ^^^ - _W. The Sonate pour flûte et piano (Flute Sonata), FP 164, by Francis Poulenc, for flute and piano, was written in 1957.It is dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, an American patron of chamber music. Poulenc told him, "Much more at home with wind instruments than strings, I admit I am tempted by this combination", as he had always preferred winds – with their similarities to the human voice – to stringed instruments. [11] MacDonald comments that the opening "makes clear the composer’s elegiac intentions", and other analysts write of the "poignancy" of the principal theme, despite the seemingly vivacious tempo. 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