Marcelle Meyer, Maurice Maréchal, Agnelle Bundervoët. Marcelle Meyer, Maurice Maréchal, Agnelle Bundervoët - L'archet D'or Series Two 2003 (4xLP, Num).
Complete with three printed inserts. 100% analogue mastering at Abbey Road Studios. Coup d’Archet’s continued presentation of outstanding previously unissued recordings by the finest collectable artists. Incredible performances, incredible sound. Marcelle Meyer piano. Maurice Marechal cello.
Agnelle Bundervoët (12 October 1922 – 14 February 2015) was a pianist and composer, regarded as one of the greatest French pianists of the 20th century. Agnelle Bundervoët was born in Puy de Dôme, Ambert, France. Her father, who had a career in the French army, was of Flemish descent
L'Archet d'Or Series II - 2003 Details. All these magnificent performances, from these greatest of French performers are complimented by the outstanding quality of the recordings. OR V - Marcelle Meyer. Mozart, Piano Sonatas K498a, K332/Fantasy K396/Adagio K 540 (1953/56). OR VI - Jeanne Gautier/Nadine Desouches - Jeanne Gautier/Lelia Gousseau. R VII - Maurice Maréchal/Cecile Ousset. Beethoven, op ., Brahms, op 38, Cello Sonatas (. OR VIII - Agnelle Bundervoët. Ravel, Gaspard de la Nuit/ Debussy, Images Book 1(1959). ORSP01 - Special Pressings 12" 45s.
Just better Life and career. Agnelle Bundervoët was born in Puy de Dôme, Ambert, France, her mother, Marcelle Le Vaillant d’Hautecourt, was from the island of La Réunion and her father of the French army was of Flemish descent. At a very young age she started to give her first recitals. After joining the Conservatoire de Marseille, she joins the Conservatoire.
The French pianist, Agnelle Bundervoët, was born in Puy de Dôme, Ambert, in the centre of France. Her father was of Belgian descent - the name comes from Gand. As he had made his career in the French Army, the family were always moving from city to city. By the time she left the Conservatoire Agnelle Bundervoët had accumulated six Prix Premiers and now married and with a child, she decided it was time to make a living and embark on a career. It developed quickly through the early fifties. She was chosen to premier Elsa Barraine's Piano Concerto at the International Music Festival in 1954 by the musicologist Roland-Manuel. Agnelle Bundervoët: Short Biography Recordings of Instrumental Works.
L'Archet d'Or Series III. SOLD OUT. OR IX - Agnelle Bundervoët. Ravel, Le Tombeau de Couperin (Six pieces pour piano), Valses Nobles et Sentimentales (1964/68). OR X - Germaine Thyssens-Valentin & Loewenguth Qtt. Fauré, Piano Quintet No 2 op 115 in C Minor for Piano and Strings, Fantasy for Flute and Piano (with Michel Debost, flute)(1961). L'Archet d'Or Series II - 2003. Stravinsky (four pieces)/Ravel/Martinu (. 56) Roussel, Sonata N. (1. OR VII - Maurice Maréchal/Cecile Ousset.
|V A||Sonata in B flat major K 498a|
|V B||Sonata in F major K332|
|VI A and B||Various|
|VII A||Brahms Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor, opus 38|
|VII B||Beethoven Cello Sonata No. 2 in G minor, opus 5 No 2|
|VIII A||Ravel - Gaspard de la Nuit|
|VIII B||Debussy - Images Book One|