Pierre Fournier, né à Paris le 24 juin 1906 et mort à Genève le 8 janvier 1986, est un violoncelliste français. Il est l'un des grands noms français du violoncelle, aux côtés de Maurice Maréchal, Paul Tortelier, Maurice Gendron, André Navarra et Pierre Penassou.

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  • Pierre Fournier, né à Paris le 24 juin 1906 et mort à Genève le 8 janvier 1986, est un violoncelliste français. Il est l'un des grands noms français du violoncelle, aux côtés de Maurice Maréchal, Paul Tortelier, Maurice Gendron, André Navarra et Pierre Penassou.
  • Пьер Фурнье́ (фр. Pierre Fournier; 24 июня 1906, Париж — 8 января 1986, Женева) — французский виолончелист и педагог.
  • ピエール・フルニエ(Pierre Fournier ,1906年6月24日 - 1986年1月8日)はフランスのチェロ奏者。気品のある容貌と格調の高い表現、優雅で洗練された演奏で「チェロの貴公子」と呼ばれた。独奏者として優れていただけでなく、世界的な名手たちとの室内楽を多く手がけた。親日家としても知られる。
  • Pierre Fournier (Paris, 24 de junho de 1906 -Genebra, 8 de janeiro de 1986) foi um violoncelista francês, que também era chamado de "Aristocrata dos Violoncelistas" devido a sua elegância e maestria ao tocar o violoncelo. Ele nasceu em Paris, filho de um general do exército francês. Sua mãe tentou fazê-lo tocar piano, mas ele havia tido poliomielite quando criança e perdeu parte de sua destreza nos pés e pernas. Tendo dificuldades com os pedais do piano, ele passou a estudar violoncelo. Ele recebeu aulas de Odette Krettly e, a partir de 1918, estudou com André Hekking e depois com Paul Bazelaire. Ele graduou no Conservatório de Paris aos 17 anos, em 1923. Ele foi intitulado como o "Violoncelista do Futuro" e ganhou um prêmio pelas suas técnicas virtuosas e elaboradas. No período de 1925-1929, ele foi membro do Quarteto Krettly, liderado pelo irmão de Odette - Robert Krettly.Ele ficou bem conhecido quando tocou com a Orquestra Colonne em 1925. Ele começou a viajar por toda a Europa e, em vários momentos, tocou com outras personalidades musicais da época e gravou uma completa música de câmara de Johannes Brahms e Franz Schubert para a BBC.
  • Pierre Fournier (June 24, 1906 – January 8, 1986) was a French cellist who was called the "aristocrat of cellists," on account of his elegant musicianship and majestic sound.He was born in Paris, the son of a French Army general. His mother taught him to play the piano, but he had a mild case of polio as a child and lost dexterity in his feet and legs. Having difficulties with the piano pedals, he turned to the cello.He received early training from Odette Krettly, and from 1918 studied with André Hekking and later with Paul Bazelaire. He graduated from the Paris Conservatory at 17, in 1923. He was hailed as "the cellist of the future" and won praise for his virtuosity and bowing technique. In the period 1925-1929 he was a member of the Krettly Quartet, led by Odette's brother Robert Krettly.He became well known when he played with the Concerts Colonne Orchestra in 1925. He began touring all over Europe. At various stages he played with many of the most highly acclaimed, prestigious musicians of his time, and recorded the complete chamber music of Brahms and Schubert for the BBC on acetates. However, these deteriorated before the recordings could be transferred to a more durable medium. He is also praised for his recordings of the Bach suites (Beethoven-Saal, Hannover, December 1960), which are regarded even now as some of the best versions ever made. His other discs include LPs of Beethoven's cello sonatas and Elgar's Cello Concerto; these have long since been available on CD.Fournier was a teacher at the École Normale de Musique in Paris and the Paris Conservatoire from 1937 to 1949. He made his first tour of the United States in 1948 and played to great acclaim in New York and Boston.His performance in America became an embarrassment when it was revealed in 1949 that Fournier had collaborated with the Nazis during the occupation of France. He was found to have performed 82 times on "Radio-Paris" – a German station – for which he had been paid a total of 192,400 francs. In France, the "National Purging Committee's Professional Branch for Dramatic and Lyric Artists and Performing Musicians" had found him guilty of collaboration, and had banned him from performing for a period of six months.After 1956, he made his home in Switzerland, although he never relinquished his French citizenship. He received the dedication of both Bohuslav Martinů's Cello Concerto No. 1 (1930, rev. 1939, 1955) and Francis Poulenc's Cello Sonata (1948).In 1963, he was made a member of the Legion of Honour. He continued performing in public until two years before his death at the age of 79. Till the end, he taught privately at his home in Geneva: the British cellist Julian Lloyd Webber was among his pupils.His son Jean-Pierre became a pianist performing under the name of Jean Fonda.
  • Pierre Fournier (París, França, 24 de juny de 1906 - Ginebra, Suïssa, 8 de gener de 1986) fou un violoncel·lista francès.El seu pare fou un famós general, i en la seva família hi hagué un ambient artístic i musical, que l'iicià en l'estudi del piano però una poliomielitis que patí als nou anys l'impulsà a dedicar-se al violoncel.Estudià en el Conservatori de París amb Paul Bazelaire i Gérard Hekking, ensems que actuà en locals de cinema i teatre, com el Vieux Colombier, on formà part d'un conjunt del que també en fou component Arthur Honegger.Després de debutar com a concertista en el mateix París, inicià una carrera internacional que el va portar a actuar amb solistes i directors de tant prestigi com Alfred Cortot, Jacques Thibaud, Artur Schnabel, Zino Francescatti, Wilhelm Furtwängler o Herbert von Karajan. La seva tasca pedagògica es desenvolupà en l'Escola Normal de Música i en el Conservatori de París, i també donà cursos d'estiu en distintes ciutats europees. Frank Martin, Bohuslav Martinu, Hothmar Schoek, Arthur Honegger i Francis Poulenc li dedicaren algunes de les seves obres i estrenà el Concertino d'Albert Roussel el 1937.Durant els anys cinquanta formà part del quartet format amb Joseph Szgeti, Clifford Curzon i William Primrose.
  • Pierre Fournier (Parijs, 24 juni 1906 - Genève, 8 januari 1986) was een Frans cellist. Hij werd wel de "aristocraat der cellisten" genoemd vanwege zijn elegante wijze van musiceren en zijn majestueuze geluid.Hij was de zoon van een generaal van het Franse leger. Zijn moeder leerde hem pianospelen, maar hij had een milde vorm van polio en raakte de behendigheid in zijn benen en voeten kwijt. Vanwege zijn problemen met de pedalen koos hij daarom voor de cello.Hij voltooide zijn opleiding aan het Conservatoire de Paris in 1923 toen hij zeventien jaar oud was. Hij werd begroet als "de cellist van de toekomst" en kreeg lof toegezwaaid voor zijn virtuositeit en techniek met de strijkstok. Hij werd bekend toen hij bij het Orchestre Colonne speelde, in 1925, en maakte tournees over de hele wereld. Hij nam de complete kamermuziek van Brahms en Schubert op voor de BBC (deze opnames zijn verloren gegaan). Hij wordt ook zeer gewaardeerd voor zijn opnames van de Bach suites; die worden nog steeds beschouwd als behorend bij de beste opnames die van deze suites gemaakt zijn.Fournier gaf les aan de École Normale de Musique in Parijs en aan het Conservatorium van Parijs van 1937 tot 1949.Vanaf 1956 ging hij in Zwitserland wonen, maar zijn Franse nationaliteit gaf hij nooit op. Pierre Fournier was officier van het Légion d'honneur, officier van de Arts et des Lettres en commandeur in l'ordre Léopold II.Tot twee jaar voor zijn dood bleef hij optreden. Hij overleed op 79-jarige leeftijd in Genève. Waar hij ook les gaf: de Britse cellist Julian Lloyd Webber was een van zijn leerlingen.
  • Pierre Fournier (ur. 24 czerwca 1906 w Paryżu, zm. 08 stycznia 1986 w Genewie) – francuski wiolonczelista i pedagog, który został nazwany "arystokratą wiolonczelistów," ze względu na elegancję gry i piękny, choć niezbyt wielki, dźwięk.
  • Pierre Fournier (24 de junio de 1906 – 8 de enero de 1986) fue un cellista francés que fue llamado el "aristócrata de los cellistas", por su elegante musicalidad y su majestuoso sonido.
  • Pierre Fournier, 24 Haziran 1906 yılında bir Fransız ordusu generalinin oğlu olarak Paris'de doğmuş, zarif müzisyenliği ve görkemli soundundan dolayı "çellistlerin aristokratı" olarak anılmış ve 8 ocak 1986 yılında ölmüş fransız çellist. Annesinde piyano öğrendi ama küçük yaşta geçirdiği çocuk felci yüzünden el ve ayak becerilerini kaybetti. Bu yüzden piyanodaki pedallara basmakta zorluk çektiğinden çello çalışmaya başladı. 1923 yılında Paris konservatuvarı'ndan mezun oldu. Arşe tekniği ve virtüozitesinden dolayı aldığı övgüyle "geleceğin çellisti" olarak anıldı. Fournier, 1925 yılında Edouard Colonne Orchestra'yla birlikte çalarken herkesçe bilinen bir kişi oldu. daha sonra bütün Avrupa'yı kapsayan bir tura çıktı. Fournier, bütün zamanların en büyük müzisyenleriyle çaldı ve Brahms ve Schubert gibi bestecilerin oda müziği eserlerini çaldı ve BBC için kayıt yaptı. Aslında bu kayıtlar bozulmadan önce, çok daha sağlam araçlara transfer edilebilirlerdi.Fournier, École Normale de Musique ve Paris konservatuvarı'nda 1937'den 1949'a yılına kadar hocalık yaptı. 1948 yılında ilk turunu Amerika'da yaptı ve New York ve Boston'da büyük alkış topladı. Evi İsviçre'de olmasına rağmen, Fransız vatandaşı olmaktan asla vazgeçmedi. 1963 yılında French Legion of Honor nişanı ile onurlandırıldı. 80 yaşındaki ölümünden 2 yıl önceye kadar performanslarını devam ettirdi.en iyi oda müziği performansı dalında Grammy ödülleri için:Pierre Fournier, Arthur Rubinstein & Henryk Szeryng for Schubert: Trios Nos. 1 in B Flat, Op. 99 and 2 in E Flat, Op. 100 (Piano Trios) (1976)Pierre Fournier, Arthur Rubinstein & Henryk Szeryng for Brahms: Trios (Complete)/Schumann: Trio No. 1 in D Minor (1975)
  • Пиер Фурние (на френски: Pierre Fournier, 24 юни 1906 – 8 януари 1986) е изтъкнат френски виолончелист и педагог.
  • Pierre Fournier (* 24. Juni 1906 in Paris; † 8. Januar 1986 in Genf), war ein französischer Cellist.Pierre Fournier war besonders für sein sangliches Cellospiel bekannt.Seine Aufnahmen der Suiten für Violoncello solo von Johann Sebastian Bach gehören zu den herausragenden Tondokumenten der Schallplattengeschichte.
  • Pierre Fournier (Parigi, 24 giugno 1906 – Ginevra, 8 gennaio 1986) è stato un violoncellista francese.Figlio di un generale dell'esercito, Fournier iniziò gli studi musicali con la madre che gli insegnò il pianoforte, ma colpito da poliomielite rimase impedito nell'uso dei pedali, così si rivolse ad un altro strumento: il violoncello.Studiò sotto la guida di Paul Bazelaire e André Hekking al Conservatorio di Parigi; insegnante dal 1937 al 1939 presso l'"Ecole Normale de Musique", fu fino al 1949 docente in quello stesso Conservatorio.La sua attività principale fu comunque quella concertistica: la sua prima esibizione avvenne come membro del quartetto d'archi Fauré (1925).Nel 1937 suona nella prima esecuzione assoluta nella Salle Pleyel di Parigi del Concertino per violoncello e orchestra op. 57 di Albert Roussel.In seguito suonò nei centri europei di maggior prestigio e anche negli Stati Uniti, insieme con Szigeti, Primrose e Schnabel con i quali, nel 1947, aveva formato un quartetto cameristico. Viene ricordato per le sue registrazioni delle suite per violoncello solo di Bach, fonte d'ispirazione per molte interpretazioni successive.Al Teatro alla Scala di Milano nel 1957 esegue il Concerto per violoncello e orchestra in La minore op. 129 di Robert Schumann.A Salisburgo esegue nel 1958 un concerto con il pianista Franz Holetschek, nel 1960 con il pianista Urs Voegelin, nel 1961 il Concerto triplo (Beethoven) e nel 1964 tre Suite di Johann Sebastian Bach. Al Teatro La Fenice di Venezia esegue nel 1973 in due concerti Le Sonate e le Variazioni per violoncello e pianoforte di Beethoven con il figlio Jean Fonda.
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  • Pierre Fournier, né à Paris le 24 juin 1906 et mort à Genève le 8 janvier 1986, est un violoncelliste français. Il est l'un des grands noms français du violoncelle, aux côtés de Maurice Maréchal, Paul Tortelier, Maurice Gendron, André Navarra et Pierre Penassou.
  • Пьер Фурнье́ (фр. Pierre Fournier; 24 июня 1906, Париж — 8 января 1986, Женева) — французский виолончелист и педагог.
  • ピエール・フルニエ(Pierre Fournier ,1906年6月24日 - 1986年1月8日)はフランスのチェロ奏者。気品のある容貌と格調の高い表現、優雅で洗練された演奏で「チェロの貴公子」と呼ばれた。独奏者として優れていただけでなく、世界的な名手たちとの室内楽を多く手がけた。親日家としても知られる。
  • Pierre Fournier (ur. 24 czerwca 1906 w Paryżu, zm. 08 stycznia 1986 w Genewie) – francuski wiolonczelista i pedagog, który został nazwany "arystokratą wiolonczelistów," ze względu na elegancję gry i piękny, choć niezbyt wielki, dźwięk.
  • Pierre Fournier (24 de junio de 1906 – 8 de enero de 1986) fue un cellista francés que fue llamado el "aristócrata de los cellistas", por su elegante musicalidad y su majestuoso sonido.
  • Пиер Фурние (на френски: Pierre Fournier, 24 юни 1906 – 8 януари 1986) е изтъкнат френски виолончелист и педагог.
  • Pierre Fournier (* 24. Juni 1906 in Paris; † 8. Januar 1986 in Genf), war ein französischer Cellist.Pierre Fournier war besonders für sein sangliches Cellospiel bekannt.Seine Aufnahmen der Suiten für Violoncello solo von Johann Sebastian Bach gehören zu den herausragenden Tondokumenten der Schallplattengeschichte.
  • Pierre Fournier (June 24, 1906 – January 8, 1986) was a French cellist who was called the "aristocrat of cellists," on account of his elegant musicianship and majestic sound.He was born in Paris, the son of a French Army general. His mother taught him to play the piano, but he had a mild case of polio as a child and lost dexterity in his feet and legs.
  • Pierre Fournier, 24 Haziran 1906 yılında bir Fransız ordusu generalinin oğlu olarak Paris'de doğmuş, zarif müzisyenliği ve görkemli soundundan dolayı "çellistlerin aristokratı" olarak anılmış ve 8 ocak 1986 yılında ölmüş fransız çellist. Annesinde piyano öğrendi ama küçük yaşta geçirdiği çocuk felci yüzünden el ve ayak becerilerini kaybetti. Bu yüzden piyanodaki pedallara basmakta zorluk çektiğinden çello çalışmaya başladı. 1923 yılında Paris konservatuvarı'ndan mezun oldu.
  • Pierre Fournier (Paris, 24 de junho de 1906 -Genebra, 8 de janeiro de 1986) foi um violoncelista francês, que também era chamado de "Aristocrata dos Violoncelistas" devido a sua elegância e maestria ao tocar o violoncelo. Ele nasceu em Paris, filho de um general do exército francês. Sua mãe tentou fazê-lo tocar piano, mas ele havia tido poliomielite quando criança e perdeu parte de sua destreza nos pés e pernas. Tendo dificuldades com os pedais do piano, ele passou a estudar violoncelo.
  • Pierre Fournier (Parigi, 24 giugno 1906 – Ginevra, 8 gennaio 1986) è stato un violoncellista francese.Figlio di un generale dell'esercito, Fournier iniziò gli studi musicali con la madre che gli insegnò il pianoforte, ma colpito da poliomielite rimase impedito nell'uso dei pedali, così si rivolse ad un altro strumento: il violoncello.Studiò sotto la guida di Paul Bazelaire e André Hekking al Conservatorio di Parigi; insegnante dal 1937 al 1939 presso l'"Ecole Normale de Musique", fu fino al 1949 docente in quello stesso Conservatorio.La sua attività principale fu comunque quella concertistica: la sua prima esibizione avvenne come membro del quartetto d'archi Fauré (1925).Nel 1937 suona nella prima esecuzione assoluta nella Salle Pleyel di Parigi del Concertino per violoncello e orchestra op.
  • Pierre Fournier (París, França, 24 de juny de 1906 - Ginebra, Suïssa, 8 de gener de 1986) fou un violoncel·lista francès.El seu pare fou un famós general, i en la seva família hi hagué un ambient artístic i musical, que l'iicià en l'estudi del piano però una poliomielitis que patí als nou anys l'impulsà a dedicar-se al violoncel.Estudià en el Conservatori de París amb Paul Bazelaire i Gérard Hekking, ensems que actuà en locals de cinema i teatre, com el Vieux Colombier, on formà part d'un conjunt del que també en fou component Arthur Honegger.Després de debutar com a concertista en el mateix París, inicià una carrera internacional que el va portar a actuar amb solistes i directors de tant prestigi com Alfred Cortot, Jacques Thibaud, Artur Schnabel, Zino Francescatti, Wilhelm Furtwängler o Herbert von Karajan.
  • Pierre Fournier (Parijs, 24 juni 1906 - Genève, 8 januari 1986) was een Frans cellist. Hij werd wel de "aristocraat der cellisten" genoemd vanwege zijn elegante wijze van musiceren en zijn majestueuze geluid.Hij was de zoon van een generaal van het Franse leger. Zijn moeder leerde hem pianospelen, maar hij had een milde vorm van polio en raakte de behendigheid in zijn benen en voeten kwijt.
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