Pierre Verany

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Disques Pierre Verany is a French classical music record label named after its founder and producer. Verany, a producer and sound engineer,[1] ran his own label "Disques Pierre Verany" for many years - concentrating on Italian and French baroque music - before selling the label in 1997 to the Arion (record label) of Manuela Ostrolenk, who had acquired Arion from the first owner Ariane Segal in 1985.[2]

Artists associated with the label include Paul Kuentz, flautist Christian Mendoze, harpsichordist Laurent Stewart, singers Isabelle Poulenard, Philippe Cantor, conductor Gilbert Bezzina, Françoise Lasserre and Akadêmia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fanfare - Volume 7,Numéro 6 - Page 318 Joel Flegler - 1984 "Bardon has already established his credentials in this period, and the Isnard organ as captured by recording wizard Pierre Verany is nothing short of sensational."
  2. ^ Arion "On relève à côté de Mozart, Schumann et Bartok des noms comme Emmanuel Chabrier, François Devienne, François-Joseph Naderman, Jehan Alain, Claude Ballif, Georges Migot et Arvo Pärt. Le label de Pierre Verany, racheté en 1997,.."