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Sabine Devieilhe

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Fauré: 3 Songs, Op. 7: No. 1, Après un rêve Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 02:43
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, K. 620, Act 2: "Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen" (Königin) Sabine Devieilhe 02:41
Poulenc: Léocadia, FP 106: Les chemins de l'amour Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 03:11
Poulenc: 2 poèmes de Louis Aragon, FP 122: No. 1, C Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 02:41
Fauré: 3 Songs, Op. 23: No. 2, Notre amour Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 01:43
Bachiana brasileira No. 5: I. cantilena Ophélie Gaillard, Ophélie Gaillard, Esther Lefebvre, Higo Paiva, Fernando Maguna, Sabine Devieilhe, Anne-Charlotte Dupas, Ana Catarina Braga, Simão Alcoforado Barreira and Clémence Issartel, Esther Lefebvre, Higo Paiva 05:41
Fauré: 3 Songs, Op. 8: No. 1, Au bord de l'eau Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 01:57
Poulenc: Banalités, FP 107: No. 4, Voyage à Paris Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 01:02
Matthäus-Passion, BWV 244, Prima parte: Nr.12. Recitativo "Wiewohl mein Herz in Tränen schwimmt" Raphaël Pichon, Pygmalion, Sabine Devieilhe 01:11
Debussy: Apparition, CD 57, L. 53 Sabine Devieilhe, Alexandre Tharaud 03:23

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Born in 1985, soprano Sabine Devieilhe completed her musical studies in Caen, starting with the cello and then studying opera in Rennes and Paris, before embarking on an international career. Voted "Révélation lyrique de l'année" at the Victoires de la musique classique awards in 2013, then "Artiste lyrique" in 2015, she distinguished herself on the French stage, meanwhile recording her first Rameau recital : Le Grand Théâtre de l'Amour. She is then acclaimed at the Glyndebourne Festival in England, and in 2015 presents an original program: Mozart's repertoire for the Weber sisters.