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Saint-Saëns – “Volière” from Carnival of the Animals

Video-masterclass with: Matvey Demin – First Flute of the Tonhalle Orchestra in Zürich

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Saint-Sáens - "Voliere" from Carnival of the Animals - Flute Excerpt

by Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra | Naxos Regular CD

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Work: 

  • Saint-Såens, Voliere from Carnival of the Animals

Composed: 

  • February, 1886
 
First Performance:
  • February 26th 1922 (posthumously) was the first public performance. Saint-Saens had not allowed performances of the work during his lifetime, believing the work may cause damage to his reputation as a serious composer.
 

Movements:

  • Introduction et marche royale du lion (Introduction and royal march of the lion)
  • Poules et coqs (Hens and roosters)
  • Hémiones (animaux véloces) (Wild asses; quick animals)
  • Tortues (Tortoises)
  • L’éléphant (The elephant)
  • Kangourous (Kangaroos)
  • Aquarium
  • Personnages à longues oreilles (Characters with long ears)
  • Le coucou au fond des bois (The cuckoo in the depths of the woods)
  • Volière (Aviary)
  • Pianistes (Pianists)
  • Fossiles (Fossils)
  • Le cygne (The swan)
  • XIV

 

Excerpts on PrincipalChairs from:

  • whole of Voliere.
 

Audio excerpt from:

  • Label: Naxos Regular CD
  • Artists: Lenard, Ondrej; Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
 

Video lesson by:

  • Matvey Demin

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