„Ein Garten für Orpheus“ for horn, basset horn and string quartet.
Olivier Darbellay, horn; Stephan Siegenthaler, basset horn; Noëlle-Anne Darbellay and Vanya Hristova, violins; Francisco Sierra, viola and Astrig Sironassian, cello.
Jean-Luc Darbellay, conductor, Live-recording Espace 2



Excerpts from the „Trio for piano, violin and horn Opus 40“ by Johannes Brahms.
Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, violin; Olivier Darbellay, horn and Benjamin Engeli, piano.
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Excerpts from the „Kindertotenlieder“ by Gustav Mahler, arrangement for soprano and string quartet by Ivo Bauer.
Lisa Tatin, soprano; Noëlle-Anne Darbellay and Susanna Fini, violins; Julie Le Gac, viola and René Camacaro, cello.



„Lunules électriques“ for violin and horn by Stefan Wirth.
Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, violin and Olivier Darbellay, horn.



Excerpts from the „Ricercare I“ for violin and cello by Giovanni Benedetto Platti.
Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, Baroque violin and René Camacaro, Baroque cello.



„Ori“ for violin and horn by Jean-Luc Darbellay.
Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, violin and Olivier Darbellay, horn.



Excerpts from the „Sieben frühe Lieder: Die Nachtigall“ by Alban Berg, arrangement for soprano and string quartet by Heime Müller.
Lisa Tatin, soprano; Noëlle-Anne Darbellay and Susanna Fini, violins; Julie Le Gac, viola and René Camacaro, cello.



„Nocturne“ for basset horn, saxophone and string quartet by Jean-Luc Darbellay.
Elsbeth Darbellay, basset horn; Olivier Darbellay, horn; Marc Sieffert, saxophone; Noëlle-Anne Darbellay and Susanna Fini, violins; Francisco Sierra, viola and René Camacaro, cello.



Excerpts from the „Quatre Petites Pièces“ for viola, horn and piano by Charles Koechlin.
Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, viola; Olivier Darbellay, horn and Benjamin Engeli, piano.
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Excerpts from „Sept poèmes romands“ by Jean-Luc Darbellay for soprano and string trio.
Lisa Tatin, soprano; Noëlle-Anne Darbellay and Susanna Fini, violins; Julie Le Gac, viola and René Camacaro, cello.



„Esquisses“ for violin and cello by Jean-Luc Darbellay.
Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, violin and René Camacaro, cello.