Nardini, Clementi, Locatelli, Platti, Cambini (Remastered) Alain Marion & Daniele Roi
Label: fonè Records
Subgenre: Chamber Music
Artist: Alain Marion & Daniele Roi
Composer: Muzio Clementi (1752-1832), Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764), Giovanni Benedetto Platti (1692-1763), Giuseppe Maria Cambini (1746-1825)
Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)
- Pietro Nardini (1722 - 1793): Sonata in sol maggiore:
- 1Nardini: Sonata in sol maggiore: Allegro05:11
- 2Nardini: Sonata in sol maggiore: Adagio 02:23
- 3Nardini: Sonata in sol maggiore: Allegro Assai04:16
- Giuseppe Cambini (1746 - 1825): Sonata Seconda in sol maggiore:
- 4Cambini. Sonata Seconda in sol maggiore: Allegro 04:51
- 5Cambini. Sonata Seconda in sol maggiore: Adagio04:29
- 6Cambini: Sonata Seconda in sol maggiore: Rondò Allegretto Brioso03:56
- Muzio Clementi (1752 - 1783): Sonata Prima in sol maggiore op.13:
- 7Clementi: Sonata Prima in sol maggiore op.13: Allegro moderato04:59
- 8Clementi: Sonata Prima in sol maggiore op.13: Rondò Allegretto04:23
- Giovanni Benedetto Platti (1697 - 1763): Sonata in sol maggiore op. III n. 2:
- 9Platti: Sonata in sol maggiore op. III n. 2: Grave03:43
- 10Platti: Sonata in sol maggiore op. III n. 2: Allegro03:44
- 11Platti: Sonata in sol maggiore op. III n. 2: Largo03:49
- 12Platti: Sonata in sol maggiore op. III n. 2: Allegro Molto02:41
- Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695 - 1764): Sonata Decima in sol maggiore:
- 13Locatelli: Sonata Decima in sol maggiore, Largo 03:13
- 14Locatelli: Sonata Decima in sol maggiore, Allegro03:33
- 15Locatelli: Sonata Decima in sol maggiore, Minuetto (con variazioni)06:11
Info for Nardini, Clementi, Locatelli, Platti, Cambini (Remastered)
At the age of 14, Alain Marion passes with flying colours the finals of the Conservatoire at Marseille, the town where he was born, and where he had been studying with Joseph Rampal. He comes to Paris to have lessons with Jean-Pierre Rampal, and in 1961 is a price winner at the International Music competition at Geneva and gives several concerts for the J.M.F. (Musical Youth of France). In 1964, he is appointed first flute in the French radio Chamber Orchestra. As a founder-member of the Orchestre de Paris, then soloist in the Orchestre National de France as well as the Ensemble Intercontemporain, Alain Marion has had the opportunity of working with such renowned conductors as Charles Munch, Bernstein, Martinon, Karajan, Celibidache, Boulez, Maazel, Ozawa, Giulini, Boehm, Klemperer, Solti, Mehta, etc. His concert tours have taken him not only across Europe but also into North Africa, Central and North America, the Near and the Far East. He performs both classical and modern works, and has played as soloist under Claudio Scimone, J. Marinon, J-F Paillard, K. Ristenpart, Karl Richter, and Berio, Ivo Malec, Marius Constant, Pierre Boulez and Michel Tabachnik. Alain Marion is a soloist for Radio France and many other foreign radios. He has been invited to take part in the festivals of Bordeaux, Menton, La Rochelle, Aix-en-Provence, Hong-Kong, Winegards, and others. Alain Marion also plays chamber music with Jessye Norman, YoYo Ma, Pascal Roge, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Alexandre Lagoya, etc. He teaches at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and is a teacher at the International Summer School in Nice, as well as teaching at the Academy of the Mozarteum in Salzburg where he was invited by Rolf Liebermann. Shortly to appear: a video cassette produced by Frédéric Rossif and Télé Hachette, Mozart with the Polish Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jerzy Maksymiuk. (CBS, Sony).
Alain Marion, flute
Daniele Roi, piano, harpsichord
was one of the greatest flute players of modern times. Both as a performer and as a respected teacher, he helped to ensure that the style and traditions of French flute playing will be carried forward for generations to come.
Alain Marion was born on Christmas Day 1938 in Marseilles, France. He studied the flute at the Conservatoire there under Joseph Rampal, father of Jean-Pierre Rampal, and gained a prestigious premier prix du flute while he was only 14 years old. Marion later studied with Jean-Pierre Rampal at the Paris Conservatoire.
In 1961, he announced his presence to the musical world when he won the Geneva Competition. He went on to hold Solo Flute positions with the Orchestra of Radio France, Orchestre de Paris and Orchestre National de France.
In 1977, he joined L'Ensemble InterContemporain, the modern music ensemble directed by Pierre Boulez at IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) in Paris.
He held the title of Flute Professor at the Paris Conservatoire from 1977 until his death in 1998. He also taught every summer at the Academie Internationale d'Ete in Nice, taking over as director of this institution in 1986. Students came from all over the world to study with him. He recorded extensively and travelled throughout the world performing and teaching.
“When I played this flute for the first time, I could feel the adeptness and quality of the instrument. On behalf of all flute players, regardless of age, level or nationality, I wish to express our sincere gratitude to Sankyo for providing us with such opportunity to enhance our art.”