Eugène Anthiome Ensemble Contraste

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Label: Contraste productions

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Eugène Anthiome (1836 - 1916):
  • 1Chant d'avril03:03
  • Grand trio pour violon, violoncelle et piano:
  • 2I. Allegro non troppo12:12
  • 3II. Andante06:04
  • 4III. Minuetto02:44
  • 5IV. Allegro non troppo [2]08:35
  • Eugène Anthiome (1836 - 1916):
  • 6Papillon bleu03:42
  • 7Mignonne puisque c'est l'automne03:19
  • 8Fantaisie romantique07:07
  • 9Le chemin creux03:14
  • 10Emina ma belle05:09
  • Total Runtime55:09

Info zu Eugène Anthiome

Eugene Anthiome is that kind of romantic and romantic artist who could easily go unnoticed if his integrity and talent had not saved him from oblivion. For this virtuoso pianist, born in 1836 in Lorient, seems to have programmed his own ever more radical escape from careerist worldliness, despite a remarkable Parisian debut and a solid recognition of the institution. Auréolé of a Second Grand Prix of Rome which comes to garnish an already brilliant palmarès, young professor of piano with the Superior Conservatory of Music (which saw passing a certain Maurice Ravel on his bench), why Eugène Anthiome, prolix and promising composer, did not know how to capitalize the interest of the prestigious rooms which did not hesitate to program it? It was without counting on a happy chance which put on the way of Michel Léger, amateur and passionate support of music, an important batch of handwritten scores of Eugene Anthiome, in the attic of his Breton house. And the enthusiasm of the Ensemble Contrast to remove these jewels from their discreet dust. These encounters are at the origin of an astonishing record, bringing together chamber and vocal music pieces, born from the pen of a composer who obstinately blackened entire pages of his original paw without destining them to posterity, before death picked him up, suffocated by the brouhaha of the Great War, in 1916. This recording is composed of very varied pieces, such as this "Grand Trio" for piano, violin and cello, whose classical architecture pays homage to the great masters, without preventing, at any time, the moving breath of a musician unique in his century.

Ambroisine Bré, mezzo-soprano
Ensemble Contraste:
Arnaud Thorette, violin
Antoine Pierlot, violoncello
Johan Farjot, piano

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