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Ernest Chausson - Poeme de l'Amour et de la Mer (1956)


1. La Fleur Des Eaux
2. Interlude
3. La Morte de l’Amour
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4. Le Temps de Lillas

Irma Kolassi, mezzo-soprano
The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Louis de Froment – conductor

 

The Poème de l'amour et de la mer Op. 19, is a song cycle for voice and orchestra. It was composed over an extended period between 1882 and 1892 and dedicated to Henri Duparc.

The Poème consists of two parts separated by an orchestral interlude, based on the poems La Fleur des eaux (The Flower of the Waters) and La Mort de l'amour (The Death of Love) by Chausson's friend Maurice Bouchor (1855–1929). Bouchor also provided the lyrics for another fifteen mélodies by Chausson. One such song was Le Temps des lilas (The Time of Lilacs), the last four verses of which Chausson transcribed and incorporated into the ending of the second part of the Poème.

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