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Jacques Ibert enjoyed a major sensation when his Escales was premiered in In the span of about 15 minutes, Escales retraces a voyage Ibert himself might have made while he was in the Navy during World War I, cruising the Mediterranean. The first movement, "Rome-Palermo," evokes the sights and sounds of these major Italian centers with a melody of appropriate regional flavor.

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Escales (Ports of Call), suite for orchestra

But since is the th anniversary of his birth, this is a good time for Discoveries from the Fleisher Collection to assess his music. What stands out most of all about Ibert, though, is that he is a remarkably resourceful composer. His efficiently scored works are always beautiful, and more often than not have a theatrical flair. Critics have often called Jacques Ibert eclectic, but that may have more to do with their not being able to pigeon-hole him. He knew what he was doing from the beginning. Even through these years, however, his compositional gifts were percolating.


Escales (Ibert, Jacques)

Paul Paray led the Lamoureux Orchestra, in Paris. Pierre Monteux conducted. He was born in Paris during the Belle Epoque and died there seventy-two years later, having weathered two world wars. His mother had studied piano at the Paris Conservatory and encouraged his musical education as a child. He was drawn to both music and the theater, and after graduating from high school he took acting lessons. His parents were aghast at the idea of his pursuing his livelihood in the theater, but they allowed him to enroll as a music student at the Paris Conservatory in —as long as he understood that the burden of a poorly paying career would be one he would need to shoulder without any parental bail-outs. To support himself, he gave music lessons, worked as a movie-hall pianist, and wrote popular songs and dance tunes, which he published under the pseudonym William Berty.

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