Revue BlancheLore Binon soprano – Caroline Peeters flute – Kris Hellemans viola – Anouk Sturtewagen harp


Hanns Eisler

In Flanders Ivor Gurney
El fandango de candil Enrique Granados
Sleep Ivor Gurney
Berceuse héroïque Claude Debussy
Noël des enfants qui n’ont plus de maisons Claude Debussy
Intermezzo Enrique Granados
Quejas, o La maja y el ruiseñor (Goyescas) Enrique Granados
Dunkler Tropfe... (Lieder für Singstimme und Klavier) Hanns Eisler
Tanzlied der Rosetta (Lieder für Singstimme und Klavier) Hanns Eisler
Der Tod hat die Menschen müjde getrieben ((Lieder für Singstimme und Klavier) Hanns Eisler
Nun ist ein Tag zu Ende (Lieder für Singstimme und Klavier) Hanns Eisler
7 Canciones populares españolas Manuel de Falla

In war, music is everywhere. Stirring marches and songs accompany soldiers to the battlefield. Behind the front line music provides distraction and offers solace. The violence of war affects composers too. Some simply stop writing, whereas others are prolific and use music to process their intense emotions. So it was that composers attempted to deal with the horrors during and after the First World War. Revue Blanche presents musical testimonies to the emotional depth of these artists, including Gurney, de Falla, Debussy, Eisler, Granados and Ravel.