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Gounod: Mireille / Diederich, Borst, Papis, Vanaud, et al

Notes & Reviews:

For this story of love and death between two young people of different social levels, Gounod knew how to use strong and powerful melodic accents, full of color and passion, lively and luminous. The opera Mireille opened the way for the success of Bizet's Carmen and L'Arlesienne. Even if Gounod's Faust is his most famous work, Mireille remains one of his finest, moving and elegant scores.


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>Gounod, Charles : Mireille
  • Performers: Bernadette Antoine (Soprano); Jean-Jacques Berger (Baritone); Danielle Borst (Soprano); Marie-Christine Clement (Soprano); Yves Coudray (Tenor); Jean-Phillipe Courtis (Bass); Chris de Moor (Bass); Chris de Moor (Bass); Valentine Deschenaux (Soprano); Hiroko Kawamichi (Soprano); Christian Papis (Tenor); Marcel Vanaud (Baritone)
  • Conductor: Cyril Diederich
  • Ensemble: Epalinges Children's Chorus
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Form: Opera/Operetta
  • Written: 1864
  • Language: French
  • Studio/Live: Live