Analekta blog is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Analekta blog is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like Ludwig van Toronto or Iron Tongue of Midnight and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2012-01-02. Since then, a total of 119 articles have been written and published by Analekta blog.
Analekta blog seems to be on pause right now, since no article has been published for 3 months. The last article in Analekta blog, "Le documentaire sur Angèle Dubeau sera diffusé au Concours musical international de Montréal", is dated 2019-05-10.
"On pause" does not mean, however, that Analekta blog will not resume its activity soon, nor that its articles are less interesting than another more active source.
This editorial activity is no different from that recorded for the previous period.
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Pour ceux qui n’ont pu assister à la première mondiale du film Angèle en quatre temps au Festival International du Film sur l’Art le mois dernier, notez que ce documentaire sur la grande violoniste Angèle Dubeau sera présenté gratuitement au Cinéma du Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal le 31 mai à 14h30 dans le cadre […] L’article est apparu en premier sur Analekta.
Lors de la cérémonie annuelle des prix Juno hier, deux enregistrements d’Analekta se sont vus décerner un prix, soit l’album The End of Flowers du Gryphon Trio dans la catégorie Meilleur album classique de l’année – Petit ensemble et l’œuvre Golden Slumbers Kiss Your Eyes… de la compositrice Ana Sokolović dans la catégorie Meilleure composition […] L’article est apparu en premier sur Analekta.
Analekta est fière d’annoncer que ses enregistrements ont remporté les deux prix Félix consacrés à la musique classique lors du Premier Gala de l’ADISQ qui s’est déroulé hier à Montréal. L’album Max Richter – Portrait d’Angèle Dubeau & La Pietà a été désigné comme Album de l’année dans la catégorie Classique / Orchestre et grand ensemble. Il s’agit du 17ème prix […] L’article est apparu en premier sur Analekta.
Annonce datant du 15 mai 2018 Madame, Monsieur, Analekta, constamment à l’écoute de ses consommateurs, a toujours su s’adapter aux changements et aux tendances du marché de la musique. Et ils ont été nombreux ces dernières années! Dans un contexte où les téléchargements de fichiers audio connaissent une décroissance soutenue et où les services d’écoute […] L’article est apparu en premier sur Analekta.
He would have been 177 years old on this day. Saint-Saëns held the cello in high regard and composed generously for it: two sonatas, two concertos, several short pieces with organ accompaniment, and of course, “The Swan” from Carnival of the Animals. In keeping with this composer’s reputation for upholding the traditional Gallic qualities of balance and proportion, his Cello Concerto No. 1 overcomes the age-old problem of how to keep the low-pitched, darkly sonorous sound of the cello audible against the strength of a full orchestra behind it. So successful was Saint-Saëns in this regard that there is scarcely a passage in the entire concerto where the soloist cannot easily be heard. Furthermore, the concerto is highly gratifying for cellists. It is idiomatically written, exploits the full range of the instrument, and provides passages of both soaring lyricism and exuberant virtuosity. Its large number of stirring, memorable themes also […]
The Quebec offices of the Canadian Music Centre just moved and you are invited to visit it today between 9 and 5. They are located at 1085 Beaver Hall, suite 200, in Montreal You will be able to discover the promotion and documentation centre and even buy scores from the music library (hundreds of them will be sold at a discount prize). If you decide to stop by around noon, you will be treated to a piano four-hands recital with TwinMuse, a sisters’ duo made up of Hourshid and Mehrshid Afrakhteh, who will, amongst others, perform works by Debussy, Poulenc, Dvorak, as well as Alain Payette, who will address comments or questions from the audience after the concert. The CMC has as well a brand new Website. You can check it out here…
You may have turned the leaf on your calendar but have you forgotten today is International Music Day? Why not browse through the Analekta catalogue and discover new favourites or listen to the Analekta Radio . You could also dream about the almost endless possibilities this invented – and inventive – musical instrument could offer.
Clavecin en concert launches its 2012-2013 season on Sunday, at 2 p.m., at Salle Bourgie of the Montreal Fine Arts Museum. You will hear some of the beautiful cantatas Jean-Philippe Rameau wrote, performed by soprano Hélène Guilmette, bass-baritone Philippe Sly and an instrumental ensemble featuring Adrian Butterfield and Chloé Meyers (violin), Grégoire Jeay (flute), Mélisande Corriveau (viola da gamba) and Luc Beauséjour (harpsichord). Some of these cantates will be recorded soon for an upcoming Analekta album (to be released in the Spring of 2013).
The concept started in New York, was adopted with much enthusiasm by Paris. Montreal couldn’t be left behind and a 3rd outdoor piano will be inaugurated tomorrow morning, 11 .a.m.. as part of the Piano des villes, piano des champs project, at the Wilfrid-Laurier Park, in Plateau Mont-Royal. The mayor of the burrough, Luc Ferrandez, will officialize the moment, with the Chœur du Plateau performing. This third piano on which anyone can perform until October 8, from 10 to 8, is avalaible every day of the week, except on Tuesdays. De Analekta
The Quebec offices of the Canadian Music Centre just moved and you are invited to visit them tomorrow, between 9 and 5. They are located at 1085 Beaver Hall, suite 200, in Montreal You will be able to discover the promotion and documentation centre and even buy scores from the music library (hundreds of them will be sold at a discount prize). If you decide to stop by around noon, you will be treated to a piano four-hands recital with TwinMuse, a sisters’ duo made up of Hourshid and Mehrshid Afrakhteh, who will, amongst others, perform works by Debussy, Poulenc, Dvorak, as well as Alain Payette, who will address comments or questions from the audience after the concert. The CMC has as well a brand new Website. You can check it out here…