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Sérénade Wallonne, Fernec Farkas. This delightful gem is a setting of a song from the Liège region by Hungarian composer Ferenc Farkas. La belle on dit partout, que vous avez des pommes, des pommes de reinette qui sont dans vot' jardin, permettez-moi la belle que j'y pose la main, que j'y pose la main.

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Arranged By, Liner Notes – Bernard Lallement. Bombarde, Pipe – Tanguy Allain. Conductor – Nicole Clément. Cover, Photography By – Ciric. Ensemble – Ensemble Instrumental "Île-De-France", Orchestre Jean-François Gonzalès. Flute – Chantal Cabantous. Oboe – Marie-Christine Cabantous.

László Gombos, Vallomások a zenéről, Farkas Ferenc válogatott írásai, Budapest : Püski, 2004. László Gombos, Ferenc Farkas, English translated by Eszter Orbán, collection Hungarian Composers no 31, Budapest : Màgus Publishing, 2005

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Sechs Chorale von verschiedener Art: auf einer Orgel mit 2 Clavieren und Pedal vorzuspielen (lit. 'six chorales of diverse kinds, to be played on an organ with two manuals and pedal'), commonly known as the Schübler Chorales (German: Schübler-Choräle), BWV 645–650, is a set of chorale preludes composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. Johann Georg Schübler, after whom the collection came to be named, published it in 1747 or before August 1748, in Zella St. Blasii.

De L'orient À L'occident. Released by Ulysse Jan 2010 26 Tracks. De L'orient À L'occident is a English album released on Jan 2010. De L'orient À L'occident Album has 26 songs sung by Dalida, Henri Genes, Bob Azzam. Listen to all songs in high quality & download De L'orient À L'occident songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

chorale tune sung by the highest voice. homophonic text setting. four-part harmony, for SATB vocalists. by interspersed four-part chorale settings of nearly all stanzas of the "Christus, der uns selig macht" hymn. Vocal church music of this period also contained other types of chorale settings, the general format of which is indicated as chorale fantasia: one voice, not necessarily the voice with the highest pitch, carries the chorale tune, with the other voices rather contrapuntal than homorhythmic, often with other melodies than the chorale tune, and instrumental interludes between the singing. Plainchants as Coloured Time in Messiaen's Couleurs de la Cité Céleste". 64 (254 (October)): 20–37.

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A1 Les Chansons
Written-By – Henri Plumhof
A2 Chanson À Boire
Written-By – Gustave Doret, René Morax
A3 Méli-Mélo (Fantaisie Humoristique En Forme De Pas Redoublé)
Written-By – Joseph Bovet
A4 Quattro Cavai Che Trottano (Chanson Populaire Tessinoise) 2:47
A5 Aimez
Written By – A. CérésoleWritten-By – Samuel Grandjean
A6 O Nuit Brillante (Vieux Noël)
Arranged By – Joseph Bovet
A7 Sérénade Wallonne (Chanson Populaire Wallonne)
Arranged By – Farkas Ferenc
A8 Aubade (Mélodie Française Du XIIIème Siècle)
Arranged By – Farkas Ferenc
B1 Prière Du Rütli
Written-By – Gustave Doret, René Morax
B2 Seigneur, Écoute Mon Bon Droit (Psaume XVII)
Transcription By – Robert MermoudWritten-By – Clément Marot, Gustave Doret
B3 La Fille Du Pêcheur
Translated By [Version française] – Henri DevainWritten-By – Anton Dvorak*, Ludwig Schuster
B4 Salut
Written-By – C.-F. Ramuz*, Farkas Ferenc
B5 Chants De Karad (Mélodies Poupulaires Hongroises)
Translated By [Version française] – Maurice BudryWritten-By – Zoltan Kodaly*


  • Choir – Chorale de L'Orient
  • Conductor – Andras Farkas*
  • Photography – Pierre Perrin
  • Recorded By – Istvan Kamper


B5: Recorded live during la Fête Cantonale des Chanteurs Vaudois in Nyon, May 1978, by la Radio Suisse Romande.
Other tracks: Recorded in Temple de l'Abbaye on 26th and 27th April 1980.
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