Saltar para
vídeo do YouTube

Carregando o player...


As your browser speaks English, would you like to change your language to English? Or see other languages.

Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc (Paris, 7 de janeiro de 1899 – 30 de janeiro de 1963) foi um compositor francês e pianista francês. Aprendeu Piano com a sua mãe e começou a compôr com 7 anos de idade. Aos 15 anos estudou com Ricardo Vinhes, que encorajou a sua ambição de compor e o apresentoua Satie, Casella, Auric e outros. Em 1917 a sua Rapsodie Nègre deu o seu nome a uma proeminência notável em Paris com um dos compositores encorajados… leia mais

Faixas principais

Álbuns principais

Artistas parecidos

Caixa de mensagens

Deixe um comentário. Faça login na ou inscreva-se.

  • Tasty
  • His two piano concertos are absolutely beautiful, they make me laugh, they make me weep, and they make me think - not to mention the surprising moments of nobleness and even majesty, such as the brass in the Allegretto of 'in C♯ minor'. I knew his voice to be to my liking even before these two, but they have now solidifed and remarkably strengthened this conception. I'll definitely be getting to know him better.
  • Poulenc actually playing Satie's Gymnopedie #1: He is the performer, not the composer. Some people have tagged their music by performer instead of by composer, hence why it shows up here
  • The second movement from the Piano Concerto sounds like Tonite it Shows from Mercury Rev. :D
  • Gymnopedie No. 1 is by Eric Satie, not Poulenc!!!
  • The Music Hall of Fame are delighted to induct Francis Poulenc into the Class of 1983. Congratulations. Please vist our page too see the latest inductees into the Music Hall of Fame.
  • I think whoever composed the Apocalypse now soundtrack must have listened to his Concerto for Organ. Quite a few similarities
  • I'm looking for the 1957 Flute Sonata, can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks!
  • Such a great composer, I particularly love his organ concerto and his sinfonietta

API Calls