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CD booklet
ACD22289 - September, 2003

Conversations

It has often been said that music is a universal language; it is not, though, universally understood as a mother tongue, it is only universally spoken thus. So one must always attempt to hear it like something new, not quite familiar with a tourist's perception. Let's travel, then, and imagine some interesting encounters, where a German Brahms would understand a French Saint-Saëns as much as a Russian Glière, where a Belgian Jongen would make himself understood to an Austrian Kreisler as much as to a British Elgar, and where a trombonist and a pianist would understand themselves mutually. The listener, then, will have the creative opportunity to impart these familiar and less familiar sounds with significance while surrendering to the sheer pleasure of their beauty.

 

 
 
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Disque No 1

1
Sicilienne op. 78
Fauré, Gabriel
3:50
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2
Romanze, op. 85
Bruch, max
8:22
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3
Nocturno, op. 35 no 10
Glière, Reinhold Moncevic
3:18
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4
Valse triste, op. 35 no 7
Glière, Reinhold Moncevic
2:43
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Intermezzo, op. 35 no 11
Glière, Reinhold Moncevic
2:18
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Romance, op. 35 no 6
Glière, Reinhold Moncevic
3:50
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Scherzo "Sonatensatz"
Brahms, Johannes
5:31
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Pièce en forme de Habanera
Ravel, Maurice
3:12
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Schön Rosmarin, op. 55 no 4
Kreisler, Fritz
2:02
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Aria et Polonaise, op. 128
Jongen, Joseph
7:18
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11
Le cygne
Saint-Saëns, Camille
2:23
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Concert Piece No. 5
Blazewitch, B. M.
6:01
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13
Légende celtique
Fièvet, Paul
2:45
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14
Romance, op. 62
Elgar, Sir Edward
5:43
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15
Valse sentimentale, op. 51 no 6
Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilitch
2:11
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