星期三, 11月 02, 2011

花 計 時 ◄ Jean Françaix - L'horloge de flore ▍The Flower Clock, for oboe and orchestra ▍花 鐘‧雙 簧 管 與 管 絃 樂 組 曲

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Jean Françaix ( 23 May 1912- 25 Sep. 1997 ) - 花 鐘
L'Horloge de Flore, pour hautbois ( ou saxophone soprano) et orchestre de chambre, in seven short movements without interruption, named in flowers opening in different time of a day :

1. Trios heures (3 am). Galant De Jour
- Solanum dulcamara 歐 白 英
2. Cinq heures (5 am). Cupidone Bleue
- Catananche caerulea 愛 神 菊
3. Dix heures (10 am). Cierge A Grande Fleures
- Cirsium vulgare 翼 薊
4. Douze heures (12 noon). Nycthanthe Du Malabar
- Jasminum malabaricum
5. Dix-Sept heures (5 pm). Belle De Nuit
- Atropa belladonna 顛 茄
6. Dix-Neuf heures (7 pm). Geranium Triste
- Geranium phaeum 寡 婦 老 鸛 草
7. Vingt et Un heures (9 pm). Silene Noctiflore
- Silene noctiflora 夜 花 蠅 子 草

London Symphony Orchestra, André Previn, 1966
John de Lancie: Oboe

Jean Françaix ▍ L'horloge de flore ( The Flower Clock, for oboe and orchestra) ▍1959 from Jérôme Smith Ju

First uploaded by jerojetw on 20 Oct. 2011, re-uploaded by JeroSJu on 06 Sep. 2012.

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jsmithju 提到...

03.00 Galant de jour = Day jessamine
Cestrum diurnum

05.00 Cupidone bleue = cupid's dart
Catananche caerulea

10.00Cierge à grande fleurs = night-blooming Cereus
Selenicereus grandiflorus

12.00 Nyctanthe du Malabar = night-flowering jasmine
Nyctanthus arbor-tristis

17.00 Belle de nuit = Moonflower
Ipomaea bona-nox

19.00
Geranium triste = Geranium
Pelargonium triste

21.00
Silene noctiflore = night flowering catchfly
Silene noctiflora

http://www.linnean.org/index.php?id=376

Jérôme Smith Ju 朱 提到...

Caryophyllales 石竹目
Cactaceae 仙人掌科, Cactoideae 仙人掌亞科, Hylocereeae 三角柱族

Epiphyllum 曇花屬, Epiphyllum oxypetalum 曇花

Hylocereus 三角柱屬, Hylocereus undatus 火龍果( 紅皮白肉)

Selenicereus 蛇鞭柱屬 ( 月光柱, Moonlight cactus)

Hylocereus and Selenicereus are closely related.

Epiphyllum hybrids, epiphyllums or just epis, which are widely grown for their flowers, are artificial hybrids of species within the tribe Hylocereeae, particularly species of Disocactus, Pseudorhipsalis and Selenicereus. In spite of the common name, Epiphyllum species are less often involved.