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Jacques Ibert, Composer
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(1890-1962).  French composer.  Ibert studied at the Paris Conservatoire and won the Prix de Rome in 1919.  While in Rome he composed his best known work "Escales" (Ports of Call), a suite for orchestra depicting cities he visited during service in the navy. Ibert's rich palette of orchestral colors leans toward Impressionism, with neo-Classical traits, though he did not ally himself with any particular school or movement.  His music is sometimes compared with that of Poulenc and Milhaud for ...
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Ibert: Escales (Ports of Call) N/A
Composer: Jacques Ibert
Conductor: David Loebel
Ensemble: NEC Philharmonia
Rome - Palermo (6:38) N/A
Tunis - Nefta (2:43) N/A
Valencia (6:17) N/A
Ibert: Concerto for Flute
January 12 & 14, 2018 (0:53) N/A
Ibert: Deux Interludes N/A
I - Andante espressivo (3:33) N/A
II - Allegro vivo (3:51) N/A
Ibert: Deux Interludes N/A
Andante espressivo (3:38) N/A
Allegro vivo (3:48) N/A
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12 Jul 2018
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