My first encounter with Rameau came when I was seven years old. The piano was predominant in musical life in the Soviet Union at the time but Johann Sebastian Bach was the only composer to represent the baroque era. Ever-present in concert halls, his compositions were also the daily bread of young pianists in music school. My first teacher had been born in Paris and had a deep knowledge and strong sense of French culture, especially French literature. Thanks to him, I in turn fell in love with France in general and Rameau in particular, and Rameau has stayed with me ever since. I have always kept him in a corner of my mind without ever being able to play his music in public, because unfortunately concert organisers, including in France, then as now prefer composers better known to the general public.
Over time, the memory of Eugène Ysaÿe (Liège, 1858 - Brussels, 1931) the brilliant virtuoso gradually supplanted that of Ysaÿe the composer in the public consciousness. It should be reminded that Eugène Ysaÿe created in his poems for string instruments a totally new and original genre, distinguishing himself by a competence in writing and a harmonic richness that were far removed from the purely virtuosic merits of his early compositions. These poems are therefore thoroughly deserving of rediscovery. The French conductor Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Ysaÿe's great specialist, leads the Liège Royal Philharmonic and soloists through works for violin and orchestra, for cello and orchestra, for two violins and orchestra and for string quartet and orchestra.
Ce livre présente en 19 chapitres l ensemble des connaissances nécessaires pour comprendre les mécanismes fondamentaux de la comptabilité de gestion ainsi que les principales méthodes de calcul des coûts (Coûts complets Méthode ABC Coûts partiels Préétablis et coût cible). Chaque chapitre présente des exemples chiffrés avec leurs corrigés pour vous permettre de « pratiquer » la comptabilité de gestion. …
Coverage from the First Direct Arena in Leeds as this year's Tour de France teams make their first public appearance before Saturday's stage one Prologue. Hosted by Jill Douglas and Sebastien Piquet (the voice of the Tour de France).