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Myung-Whun Chung - Saint-Saens: Samson et Dalila (1992)

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Myung-Whun Chung - Saint-Saens: Samson et Dalila (1992)
Artist: Myung-Whun Chung
Title Of Album: Saint-Saens: Samson et Dalila
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: EMI Classics
Country: South Korea
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:03:34
Full Size: 487 MB





Tracklist:

CD 1
Act One
01 Dieu! Dieu D'Israel! Ecoute La Priere De Tes Enfants (Scene 1 = Scene 1) 5:40
02 Un Jour, Des Nous Tu Detournas La Face (Scene 1 = Scene 1) 3:45
03 Arretez, O Mes Freres! Et Benissez Le Nom (Scene 1 = Scene 1) 2:33
04 L'as Tu Donc Oublie, Celui Dont La Puissance (Scene 1 = Scene 1) 3:42
05 Qui Donc Eleve Ici La Voix (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 2:39
06 C'est Toi QQue Sa Bouche Invective (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 3:16
07 Que Vois-Je? Abimelech! (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 1:05
08 Seigneur! La Troupe Furieuse (Scene 4 = Scene 4) 2:48
09 Hymme De Joie, Hymne De Deliverance (Scene 5 = Scene 5) 6:51
10 Voici Le Printemps Nous Portant Des Fleurs (Scene 6 = Scene 6) 2:25
11 Je Viens Celebrer La Victoire (Scene 6 = Scene 6) 3:22
12 Dans Des Pretresses De Dragon = Dance Of The Priestesses Of Dragon (Scene 6 = Scene 6) 1:59
13 Printemps Qui Commence, Portant L'Esperance (Scene 6 = Scene 6) 6:06

CD2
Act Two
01 Prelude 1:48
02 Samson, Recherchant Ma Presence (Scene 1 = Scene 1) 4:01
03 J'Ai Gravi La Montagne (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 4:35
04 Qu'Importe A Dalila Ton Or? (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 3:52
05 Il Faut, Pour Assouvir Ma Haine (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 1:48
06 Samson, Me Disais-Tu, Dans Ces Lieux (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 2:50
07 En Ces Lieux, Malgre Moi (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 4:54
08 Qu'Importe A Mon Coeur Desole (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 5:22
09 Mon C?ur S'Ouvre A Ta Voix (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 5:58
10 Mais! ... Non! Que Dis-Je? (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 5:57

Act Three
11 Vois Ma Misere, Helas! Vois Ma Detresse! (Scene 1 = Scene 1) 10:52
12 L'Aube Qui Blanchit Deja Les Coteaux (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 2:52
13 Bacchanale (Scene 2 = Scene 2) 7:00
14 Salut! Salut Au Juge D'Israel (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 1:54
15 Laisse-Moi Prendre Ta Main (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 2:51
16 Allons, Samson, Divertis-Nous (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 2:06
17 Viens, Dalila, Rendre Grace A Nos Dieux (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 3:51
18 Guidez Mes Pas Vers Le Millieu Du Temple (Scene 3 = Scene 3) 4:22

Myung-Whun Chung is one of the leading conductors of his generation. Also a prize-winning pianist, he is particularly noted for his interpretations of the music of French composer Olivier Messiaen.

There has rarely been as talented a group of siblings as Myung-Whun and his two older sisters, cellist Myung-Wha Chung (born 1944) and violinist Kyung-Wha Chung (born 1948). Myung-Whun made his performing debut as a pianist in Seoul at the age of 7. At 8, he flew to Seattle, WA, to begin his American musical studies. He attended the Mannes School, and later the Juilliard School in New York. His teachers there were Nadia Reisenberg (piano) and Carl Bramburger (conducting).

Chung won the New York Times piano competition in 1970. He made a conducting debut back in Seoul in 1971, conducting the Korean Symphony Orchestra. In 1974, he entered the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow as a pianist, winning second prize. He and his sisters began performing as a trio while he continued conducting studies at Juilliard, conducting both the New York Youth Orchestra and the Pre-College Orchestra of the Juilliard School. Carlo Maria Giulini, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, engaged Chung as his assistant in 1978. Two years later on Giulini's recommendation, the orchestra named Chung its associate conductor. In 1984, Chung became music director and principal conductor of the Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra in Germany. He made his triumphant New York debut in 1986 conducting the Metropolitan Opera's production of Verdi's Simon Boccanegra. Later in 1986, he also delivered a brilliant performance in Paris of Prokofiev's rarely heard opera The Fiery Angel.

In 1987, he was appointed principal guest conductor of the Teatro Communale of Florence, Italy (1987-1992). He received two major Italian awards during this period, the Premio Abbiata and the 1989 Arturo Toscanini Prize. In 1989 Chung became music director of the Opera-Paris-Bastille. His performances included Messiaen's Saint-Francois d'Assise and Shostakovich's Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District. He became noted for his renditions of the complex music of Messiaen. The composer rewarded Chung by dedicating and entrusting the world premiere of his last work, the Concert a quatre (1994), to him. In 1992, the French government awarded him the Legion of Honor for his contributions to the Paris Opera. After leaving the Bastille Opera post he has been principal conductor of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and the Asia Philharmonic Orchestra.

He seeks a closer relationship between the two parts of his divided country, and has premiered the music of Isang Yun, a South Korean-born composer with similar views.

He also promotes an anti-drug message in his concerts, leading him in 1992 to be named Ambassador of the Drug Control Program at the United Nations. He was 1995's UNESCO "Man of the Year" and in 1996 won the highest cultural award of the Korean government. He returned to Korea to become music director of the Korean Broadcasting Symphony, and is the first Honorary Cultural Ambassador for Korea.



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