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Francis Poulenc


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Compositor francés.(1899-1963).Comenzó escribiendo piezas ligeras adaptadas al estilo frívolo de la época.
Hacia los 35 años se convirtió al catolicismo cambiando drásticamente el enfoque de su música.Comenzó entonces una etapa de composiciones místicas y serias.
Buen pianista acompañante formó pareja con el cantante Pierre Bernac para el que compuso canciones conmovedoras.
De su obra destacan tres óperas,dos ballets y diversas otras obras de cámara y piano

y entre ellas la impresionante Sonata para flauta y los Cuatro Motetes para un tiempo de penitencia.


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  • Adaviri

    His two piano concertos are absolutely beautiful, they make me laugh, they make me weep, and they make me think - not to mention the surprising moments of nobleness and even majesty, such as the brass in the Allegretto of 'in C♯ minor'. I knew his voice to be to my liking even before these two, but they have now solidifed and remarkably strengthened this conception. I'll definitely be getting to know him better.

    17 Nov 2013 Responder
  • bas_VI

    Poulenc actually playing Satie's Gymnopedie #1: He is the performer, not the composer. Some people have tagged their music by performer instead of by composer, hence why it shows up here

    12 Mar 2013 Responder
  • Moodiesfan41

    The second movement from the Piano Concerto sounds like Tonite it Shows from Mercury Rev. :D

    28 Sep 2012 Responder
  • tillyg

    Gymnopedie No. 1 is by Eric Satie, not Poulenc!!!

    21 Sep 2012 Responder
  • MusicHallofFame

    The Music Hall of Fame are delighted to induct Francis Poulenc into the Class of 1983. Congratulations. Please vist our page too see the latest inductees into the Music Hall of Fame.

    26 Ago 2012 Responder
  • Bacteria4

    I think whoever composed the Apocalypse now soundtrack must have listened to his Concerto for Organ. Quite a few similarities

    18 Ene 2012 Responder
  • Aotus

    I'm looking for the 1957 Flute Sonata, can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks!

    14 Abr 2011 Responder
  • yu00

    Such a great composer, I particularly love his organ concerto and his sinfonietta

    26 Mar 2011 Responder
  • ConkertheKing

    Playing the double piano concerto in our orchestra. good stuff!

    18 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Zlotythepoet

    Ou sont les "animaux modeles"? :(

    27 May 2010 Responder
  • Crashnodarfan

    Sombre nuit, aveugles ténèbres, Fuyez; Le jour s'approche et l'Olympe blanchit

    23 Abr 2010 Responder
  • theo_equis

    poulenc is where it's at

    21 Mar 2010 Responder
  • oseland

    ha, poo-long.

    22 Feb 2010 Responder
  • wafizainalmusic

    Dialogues of the Carmelites!

    10 Feb 2010 Responder
  • freezegelman

    nocturne #5 is where its at

    17 Ene 2010 Responder
  • moonlit_reverie

    Happy Birthday Poulenc! :)

    7 Ene 2010 Responder
  • _KevMusic_

    Everything he writes is so damned perfect :) The violin sonata is one of the most perfect things in existence, in my opinion. Beautiful, haunting, angry, dissonant yet melodic - simply perfect. And very definitely in my top 5 violin sonatas (the others being Prok 1, Enescu 3, Franck and about 50 others - as is how it is when there is such a wealth of "back catalogue")

    3 Feb 2009 Responder
  • tbwilliams

    French pronunciation sounds a lot like 'poo-long'. You don't actually make a harsh 'kuh' sound at the end. Just say poolong and deaden the 'ng' sound quickly. It'll sound pretty much right

    25 Nov 2008 Responder
  • Epitymbidia

    Hm, for those who are able to read the International Phonetic Alphabet it's quite simple: [pulɛ̃k], but the main problem is, I think, that there is no sound as the French [ɛ̃] in English. The one English open-mid front unrounded vowel [ɛ] is quite different from the French two, especially from the [ɛ̃]... So maybe "Pool-Ahnk" is really not so bad. I would have said "Pool-Unc" though, with "unc" as in "uncle", but with a long vowel...

    17 Nov 2008 Responder
  • nplanet

    What is the correct pronunciation of his last name?

    21 Oct 2008 Responder
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