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Marguerite Duras - Le Ravissement De La Parole Album

Tracklist

1«Vous Écoutez De La Musique Souvent?...»2:57
2Commentaires À Propos Du Camion + Le Camion, Scène Du Film
Producer [Commentaires] – Claude-Jean PhilippeVoice [Movie Scene] – Gérard Depardieu, Marguerite Duras
6:56
3«Je Lis Le Troisième Aurélia...» (À Propos D'Aurélia Steiner)4:22
4Évocation Des Eaux Et Forêts + Extrait De La Pièce Radiophonique
Producer [Radioplay] – Lucien AttounProducer [Évocation] – Pierre-Aimé Touchard, René WilmetVoice Actor [Radioplay] – Claire Deluca, Marie-Ange Dutheil, René Erouk
8:30
5Adaption D'Un Barrage Contre Le Pacifique, À La Radio + Extrait De La Pièce Radiophonique
Directed By – Alain TrutatPresenter – Marguerite DurasVoice Actor – Christiane Lénier, Daniel Ivernel, Françoise Rosay
6:49
6«L'Année Dernière À Trouville...»6:03
7«Jamais Dans Aucun Cas...»4:25
8À Propos Des Yeux Verts
Narrator – Caroline ChampetierProducer – Claude-Jean Philippe
6:48
9Hiroshima Mon Amour, Scène Du Film / Hiroshima Mon Amour, Lecture Radiophonique (Extrait)
Directed By [Lecture] – Michel PolacNarrator [Lecture] – Marguerite DurasProducer [Radioplay] – Roger RégentVoice [Movie Scene] – Edji OkadaVoice [Movie Scene], Narrator [Lecture] – Emmanuelle Riva
6:44
10India Song, Extrait De L'Atelier De Création Radiophonique Du Même Titre
Directed By – Georges PeyrouNarrator – Michaël Lonsdale, Viviane ForresterProducer – Marguerite Duras
8:26
11«On M'a Souvent Dit Que Mes Livres...»
Producer – Jean-Louis Cavalier
8:12
12Le Ravissement De Lol V. Stein, Lecture (Extrait)
Narrator [Lecture] – Michaël LonsdaleProducer – Viviane Forrester
7:25
13«C'Est Une Femme Du Monde Suzanna...» (À Propos De Suzanna Andler)
Producer – Pierre-André Touchard
3:16
14Répètitions D'India Song Avec Michaël Lonsdale
Producer – Jean-Louis Rivière, René Farabet
5:11
15«On Ne Sent Pas La Mort Dans L'Alcool...»8:45
16La Musica, Film De Marguerite Duras Et Paul Seban, Extrait
Producer [Radioplay] – Roger RégentVoice [Movie Scene] – Delphine Seyrig, Robert Hossein
11:29
17«Je Suis Née En Indochine»
Producer – José Pivin
6:25
18«J'Ai L'Impression Que Les Mots Traînent Sur Ma Table...»
Producer – Jean-Christophe Marti
3:54
19Abahn, Sabana, David, Lecture (Extrait)
Narrator [Lecture] – Catherine Sellers, Michaël Lonsdale, Pierre Constant, Serge MerlinProducer – Viviane Forrester
5:00
20«Cette Petite Affamée...» (À Propos Du Vice-Consul)
Producer – José Pivin
3:23
21Commentaires Sur Sa Nouvelle: Des Journées Entières Dans Les Arbres + Lecture D'Un Extrait
Narrator [Lecture] – Bernard VéronProducer [Commentaires] – Raymond BartheProducer [Lecture] – Etienne Lalou
4:27
22Présentation De Son Roman L'Après-Midi De Monsieur Andesmas + Extrait De La Pièce Radiophonique
Directed By [Radioplay] – Claude Roland-ManuelNarrator [Présentation] – Roger GrenierProducer [Présentation] – Pierre BarbierVoice Actor [Radioplay] – Charles Vanel, Maria Casarès
5:03
23À Propos De L'Homme Assis Dans Le Couloir + Lecture
Narrator [Lecture] – Catherine Sellers, Gérard Desarthe, Nicole HissProducer [Discussion] – Jean-Pierre Ceton
8:37
24«C'Est La Première Fois Dans Indian Song...»
Narrator – Nicole-Lise BernheimProducer – Philippe Esnault
5:48
25Moderato Cantabile, Scène Du Film
Producer [Radioplay] – Roger RégentVoice [Movie Scene] – Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jeanne Moreau
3:22
26«C'Est Une Véritable Polyphonie...»
Producer – Jean-Louis Cavalier
3:47
27Marguerite Duras Parle Avec Des Enfants
Narrator – Jacqueline HarpetProducer – Jacques Floran
12:03
28Les Yeux Bleus, Cheveux Noirs, Lecture Par Marguerite Duras (Extrait)5:17
29Évocation De Emily L.4:28
30«On Avait Vingt-Cinq, Vingt-Sept Ans...»
Producer – Jean Mascolo, Jean-Marc Turine
14:18
31Présentation De Son Adaption Théâtrale Du Square + Extrait De La Pièce Radiophonique
Directed By [Radioplay] – Jacques ReynierNarrator [Présentation] – Roger GrenierProducer [Présentation] – Pierre BarbierVoice Actor [Radioplay] – François Chaumette, Ludmilla Mikaël
11:30
32«La Lancia Noire S'Est Arrêtée...». Marguerite Duras Répète India Song Avec Dionys Mascolo5:10
33L'Amante Anglaise, Pièce Radiophonique, Extrait
Directed By – Jean-Jacques VierneVoice Actor – François Chaumette, Michel Bouquet
7:38
34«Anne-Marie Stretter, Lol V. Stein...»
Producer – Viviane Forrester
4:23
35Présentation De Sa Pièce Le Shaga + Extrait De La Pièce Radiophonique
Interviewee [Présentation] – Marguerite DurasInterviewer [Présentation] – Lucien AttounProducer [Présentation] – Claire JordanVoice Actor [Radioplay] – Claire Deluca, Marie-Ange Dutheil, Romain Bouteille
10:31
36Marguerite Duras Au Festival De Cannes En 1975
Producer – Claire Clouzot, Paula Jacques
3:19
37«J'Aime Voyager En France...»5:03
38«Ce Qui S'Est Passé Avec Détruire...» (À Propos De Détruire Dit-Elle)
Producer – Edith Lansac
6:52
39Présentation Et Commentaires Des Lettres De Lewis Carroll À Des Enfants + Lecture
Narrator [Lecture] – Jean-Louis TrintignantProducer [Présentation] – Jacques Adrien
6:40
40Lecture D'Un Extrait De L'Amour
Producer – Jean-Louis Rivière, René Farabet
6:33
41«Vous Savez Je Ne Comprends Pas Toujours Très Bien...»
Narrator [Lecture] – Catherine Sellers, Gérard Desarthe, Nicole HissProducer [Discussion] – Jean-Pierre Ceton
5:31
42Évocation De La Pluie D'Été6:52
43«Autoportrait, Je Ne Comprend Pas...»
Producer – Michel Gonzalez, Paula Jacques
13:40
44«Tiens, On Pourrait Parler De Ce Frère...»3:51

Credits

  • Composed ByJohannes Brahms
  • Composed By, PianoCarlos D'Alessio, Jean-Christophe Marti
  • Composed By, ViolinAmi Flammer
  • Liner NotesJean-Marc Turine
  • ProducerAlain Veinstein (tracks: 4-03, 4-10 to 4-12), Marianne Alphan (tracks: 4-04 to 4-09)

Notes

Made in France by Cinram.
Comes with 16 page booklet.

1-01 taken from "L'esprit d'insoumission, autour de la rue Saint-Benoît", recorded August 1993 at France Culture.
1-02 taken from "Au cours de ces instants", recorded March 1967 at France Culture
1-03 taken from "La vie des lettres", recorded January 1955 at Chaîne Nationale, and from "Le goût des livres", recorded December 1954 at Chaîne Nationale.
1-04 is a radioplay adapted from a novel from Geneviève Serreau, recorded March 1955 at Chaîne Nationale.
1-05 taken from "La vie des lettres", recorded October 1995 at Chaîne Nationale, and from "La Comédie Française et le théâtre contemporain", recorded March 1970 at France Culture.
1-06 taken from "Cinéma pour les ondes", recorded August 1960 at Paris-Inter, and from the movie "Moderato Cantabile" by Peter Brook from 1960.
1-07 taken from "Cinéma pour les ondes", recorded February 1960 at Paris-Inter, from the movie "Hiroshima mon amour" by Alain Resnais from 1958, and from "Histiore sans images: Hiroshima mon amour" recorded August 1966 at France Culture.
1-08 taken from "L'usage de la parole: Lettres de Lewis Carroll à des enfants", recorded January 1963 at France III.
1-09 taken from "La vie des lettres", recorded February 1962 at Chaîne Nationale, and from the radioplay "L'Après-midi de monsieur Andesmas", adapted by the author and recorded September 1965 at France Culture.
1-10 taken from "Le manteau d'Arlequin", recorded September 1965 at France Culture, and from "Nouveau répertoire dramatique de France Culture: Les eaux et forêts", recorded December 1973, broadcasted July 1975 at France Culture.
2-01 taken from "Les arts du spectacle", recorded January 1968 at France Culture, and the radioplay "Le Shaga", recorded December 1973 at France Culture.
2-02 taken from "Au cours des ces infants", recorded March 1967 at France Culture.
2-03 taken from "L'Amante anglaise", a radioplay in three acts, recorded March 1967 at France Culture.
2-04 taken from "Comme il vous plaira, François Truffaut", recorded April 1967 at France Culture.
2-05 taken from "Cinéma vérité", and from an excerpt from the movie "La Musica" by Marguerite Duras and Paul Seban, recorded March 1967 at France Culture.
2-06 taken from "Le Manteau d'Arlequin", recorded December 1969, broadcasted January 1970 at France Culture.
2-07 taken from "Notre Temps", recorded January 1970 at France Culture.
2-08 and 2-09 taken from "Ecrivains du XXème siècle", recorded July 1972 at France Culture.
2-10 and 3-04 taken from "Atelier de Création Radiophonique: Marcher, danser, passer, parler, partir", recorded September 1974 at France Culture.
3-01 taken from "Les chemins de la connaissance: Le discours intérieur", recorded May 1974 at France Culture.
3-02 is an unreleased private document.
3-03 taken from "Atelier de création radiophonique: India Song", recorded April 1971, broadcasted November 1974 at France Culture.
3-05 taken from "Cinémagazine", recorded January 1975 at France Culture.
3-06 and 3-07 taken from "Les écrivains et la musique", recorded May 1975 at France Culture.
3-08 and 3-09 taken from "Après-midi de France Culture", recorded July 1976 at France Culture.
3-10 taken from "Le cinéma des cinéastes", recorded June 1977 at France Culture, and the movie "Le Camilon" by Marguerite Duras.
3-11 taken from "Le cinéma des cinéastes", recorded July 1980 at France Culture.
4-01 and 4-02 taken from the fourth discussion of "Les nuits magnétiques", recorded October 1980 at France Culture, and an unreleased private document.
4-03 taken from "Les nuits magnétiques", recorded January 1980 at France Culture.
4-04 to 4-09 taken from "Le bon plaisir de Marguerite Duras", recorded September 1984 at France Culture.
4-10 taken from "La nuit sur un plateau", recorded November 1986 at France Culture.
4-11 and 4-12 taken from "Du jour au lendemain", recorded December 1987 and March 1990 at France Culture.
4-13 taken from "Discothèques privées", recorded August 1981 at France Musique.

India Song, La Rumba Des Îles and La Valse De L'Éden Cinéma composed by Carlos D'Alessio.
Césaré, Le Navire Night and Les Mains Négatives composed by Ami Flammer and recorded at the studios of Radio France on July 1, 1996.
La Valse Désespérée (L'Amant De La Chine Du Nord), La Valse Des Bateaux (Emily L.), La Néva (La Pluie D'Été), La Jeune Fille Et L'Enfant and La Java De La Source composed ba Jean-Christophe Marti. Recorded in Paris on June 29, 1996. Previously unreleased.
La Valse, composed by Johannes Brahms, is performed by Carlos D'Alessio.

The duration for track 1-05 is given as 9:30 on the cover.

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Marguerite Duras - Le Ravissement De La Parole Album

Performer: Marguerite Duras

Title: Le Ravissement De La Parole

Country: France

Release date: 2003

Label: INA, Radio France

Style: Interview, Radioplay

Catalog: 211842

Genre: Audio

Size MP3: 2079 mb

Size FLAC: 1091 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 626

Record source: 4 × CD

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