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Paul Paray led the Lamoureux Orchestra, in Paris. Pierre Monteux conducted. He was born in Paris during the Belle Epoque and died there seventy-two years later, having weathered two world wars. His mother had studied piano at the Paris Conservatory and encouraged his musical education as a child. He was drawn to both music and the theater, and after graduating from high school he took acting lessons.

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Paul Paray led the Lamoureux Orchestra, in Paris. Pierre Monteux conducted. He was born in Paris during the Belle Epoque and died there seventy-two years later, having weathered two world wars. His mother had studied piano at the Paris Conservatory and encouraged his musical education as a child. He was drawn to both music and the theater, and after graduating from high school he took acting lessons.

His parents were aghast at the idea of his pursuing his livelihood in the theater, but they allowed him to enroll as a music student at the Paris Conservatory in —as long as he understood that the burden of a poorly paying career would be one he would need to shoulder without any parental bail-outs.

To support himself, he gave music lessons, worked as a movie-hall pianist, and wrote popular songs and dance tunes, which he published under the pseudonym William Berty. He was discharged a couple of years later following a bout with paratyphoid, but he re-enlisted—this time in the Navy—where he was elevated to an officership, served at Dunkirk, and earned the Croix de Guerre.

When the War ended, in , he rapidly returned to his composing and was awarded the prestigious Prix de Rome on his first try, in A decade later, Ibert extended his activities to include music administration. He held that position until , commuting between Paris and Rome, though with a break during the World War II years. He fell into trouble with French officialdom during that war.

He responded by retreating from Paris to Antibes on the Riviera ; he moved to spend in neutral Switzerland, and then again to Haute-Savoie in the French Alps, where he stayed through , at which point General Charles de Gaulle ordered him back to Paris to resume his directorial position. Ibert never departed much from an essentially traditional approach to composing, and he used explicitly modern harmonies principally as surface details in his scores.

Escales remains the most performed of his orchestral scores. His compositions were widely saluted by his contemporaries. I think I am not mistaken in saying that his manner of treating the orchestra in layers, in reaction against the method of orchestration by touches of color, had a positive influence on a good many musicians of my generation.

During their residencies in Rome, winners were asked to send specimens of their new work back to the administrators in Paris. Escales served as one of these envois submitted pieces from Ibert. The piece takes the form of three colorful postcards from locales around the Mediterranean. People felt, not unreasonably, that this was not very expressive. They kindly asked me to be more explicit. Everything, and also the music. Thus came about this motif I heard in Nefta, in southern Tunisia and which was transformed into Tunis , the second number of Escales.

He married Rose-Marie Rosette Veber, a sculptor, just after winning the Prix de Rome, and they departed on a Mediterranean cruise, embarking at these locations before settling in at Rome. James M. You can read our critically acclaimed program notes online one week prior to select concerts. Ibert: Escales. Print Program Notes. Keller James M. Please wait

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Jacques Ibert

The catalogue of Jacques Ibert testifies to his fondness for wind instruments Concerto for cello and ten wind instruments, Flute Concerto, Capriccio for wind and strings, Five Pieces for oboe, clarinet and bassoon, Deux Mouvements for two flutes, clarinet and bassoon, etc. Immediately after the performances, Ibert selected three excerpts and gave them a life of their own, but without modifying the original scoring: for reasons of space and budget, he had composed his incidental music for wind quintet. Ibert also achieves delicate colouristic nuances by interweaving the flute and clarinet lines in the Andante the other three instruments play only in the last bars of this movement and introduces a very theatrical suspense at the start of the third piece. On air:.

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