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Dumas-mania estivale... - le Ven 03 Aoû 2018, 19:08

Un Book of the Week datant de 2012, rediffusé en 2017 et écouté en 2018 dans le sillage de l'écoute du Comte de Monte-Cristo (on devrait être payé, vu toute la publicité faite autour de cette rediffusion...) : The Black Count*.

Lecture ? First-class. Version abrégée du livre en 5 X 13 minutes de lecture ? Très bonne. Réalisation ? Impeccable (pas de musique, de vignette, etc).

Petite histoire, grande histoire (des colonies aux Antilles, de la Révolution, de Bonaparte, etc), le récit de la vie du père d'Alexandre Dumas (et de son grand-père) laisse de profondes traces dans la mémoire et éclaire vivement les éléments de l'intrigue du Comte de Monte-Cristo.

Pour aller plus loin, on pourra lire The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal and the Real Count of Monte Cristo by Tom Reiss – review Fri 28 Sep 2012




*In his new biography Tom Reiss reveals that Alexandre Dumas' father led a life of derring-do that is captured in his son's novels, The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Born to a French nobleman, and a black slave in the colonies, the writer's father went on to rise rapidly through the ranks to become a general in the French army. General Alex Dumas' acts of heroism were met with great acclaim, but events conspired against him leading to an irrevocable reversal of fortune.

Read by Hugh Quarshie who appears regularly in BBC One's Holby City.
Abridged by Richard Hamilton.
Produced by Elizabeth Allard

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The 14th East Neuk Festival (Kingdom of Fife) - le Lun 06 Aoû 2018, 22:18

Encore deux jours d'écoute en ligne avant fermeture définitive (les concerts ne sont que très rarement rediffusés). Laisser passer ce choix de concerts serait fort dommage pour les amateurs :

Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert, East Neuk Festival Episode 1 of 4



Kate Molleson presents a selection of performances from the 14th East Neuk Festival, held in various locations across the Kingdom of Fife. As part of the festival, French cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras embarked on an ambitious, day-long series of concerts dedicated to all six of JS Bach's Cello Suites and we hear him at the very start of his journey as he plays Bach's Suite for Solo Cello No 1 in G major. South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son performs works that, although composed around the same time, are as different as wine and bourbon - 'Le Tombeau de Couperin' by Ravel and piano arrangements of three songs by George Gershwin.


Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert, East Neuk Festival Episode 2 of 4



Kate Molleson presents the second Lunchtime Concert to feature performances from the East Neuk Festival. Recorded at Crail Parish Church, in the Kingdom of Fife, South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son plays Stravinsky's demanding and electrifying three movements for piano from his ballet, 'Petrushka'.
10 miles to the west of Crail lies the beautiful Kilconquhar Church where soprano Mhairi Lawson and theorbo player Paula Chateauneuf present an atmospheric and fascinating programme of songs depicting female characters entitled 'Mad Women, Queens and Lovers'.

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Mots-clés : Écosse, Îles Orkney, Rousay, guitare, Michael Butten - le Mar 07 Aoû 2018, 14:51

Pour Anselme, contributeur trop rare, spécialisé dans le carbone 14... :



Toujours pour Anselme : dans le 3e numéro* du Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert, St Magnus International Festival, le présentateur dit (avec l'accent écossais de rigueur) : "I'm sitting on the beach, looking out on a flat calm sea over to the next small island in the bright sunshine. Rousay is known as the Egypt of the north due to the incredible amount of archeology finds here. You ony need to kick over a pebble and you uncover a tomb or an ancient settlement".

Très beau programme de guitare de Michael Butten dans les 2e ("Michael Butten performing works by Legnani, (Paganini's favourite guitarist), the Catalan 20th century composer Roberto Gerhard and one of Bach's great Sonatas and Partitas which has been borrowed from the violin repertoire by many guitarists") et 3e numéros ("The Red Note Ensemble and guitarist Michael Butten performing an eclectic mix of music suitable for small venues from Dowland to Villa-Lobos and McGuire).

Illustration du 4e numéro (programme Jean Français et Debussy, Syrinx pour les amateurs d'oiseux, marins ou non) :



* More highlights from the St Magnus International Festival as the Festival goes on tour to some of the more remote communities on the Islands of Rousay and Westray. The Red Note Ensemble and guitarist Michael Butten performing an eclectic mix of music suitable for small venues from Dowland to Villa-Lobos and McGuire

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