Canteloube* / Netania Davrath / De La Roche* ‎– Songs Of The Auvergne

Analogue Productions ‎– APC 002
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered, Reissue


A1 Malourous Qu'o Uno Fenno (Unfortunate Is He Who Has A Wife) 1:30
A2 Lo Fiolaire (The Spinner) 2:32
A3 Bailero (Shepherd's Song Of The Auvergne Hills) 6:38
A4 Chut, Chut 2:35
A5 La Delaissado (The Abandoned) 4:56
A6 Deux Bourees (Two Bourees) 5:20
A6a N'ai Pas Ieu De Mio (I Have No Girl To Love Me)
A6b Lo Calhe (The Quail)
B1 Trois Bourees (Three Bourees) 6:44
B1a L'Aio De Rotso (Spring Water)
B1b Ound' Onoren Gorda? (Where Will We Find Our Flock?)
B1c Obal, Din Lou Limouzi (Down Below In Limousin)
B2 Lou Boussu (The Hunchback) 2:23
B3 Oi Ayai (Oh! Ah!) 3:35
B4 Passo Pel Prat (Go Through The Meadow) 3:58
B5 Lou Coucut (The Cuckoo) 2:10
B6 Brezairola (Lullaby) 3:36

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Sung in the original French dialect.
Recorded 27th March, 1963 at the Baumgartner Hall, Vienna.
Remastering of Vanguard Classics release of 1972.
No credit on sleeve or label as to which orchestra.
All Tube Analogue Recording.
Pressed at RTI on virgin vinyl.
Numbered, limited edition.



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July 11, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
Netania Davrath (1931-1987) was a Ukrainian-born soprano who trained in Israel, Germany, Italy and the USA. She made her home in Israel from where she pursued an international career and where she also became a highly respected teacher. Her recording of the complete 'Songs Of The Auvergne' (1972) demonstrates her remarkable powers of diction, characterization and effective phrasing. She is accompanied by an unidentified orchestra conducted by Pierre De La Roche. This is an amazingly great sounding remaster from original reissue.