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Composer: Boulanger, Lili (1893-1918)

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Year of birth1893
Year of death1918
Period20th century
June 2018
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LondonBreath of Hope

Breath of Hope
Holst, Finzi, Ravel, Vaughan Williams, Boulanger, Schulhoff, Poulenc
Unknown; New London Chamber Ensemble; Robert Manasse

LondonCaptured Light: choral music by Debussy and Lili Boulanger

© Sheila Burnett
Boulanger, Debussy, Ravel, Fauré, Duruflé
Andrew Griffiths; Londinium; Leanne Singh-Levett

LondonProm 8: Youthful Beginnings

Boulanger, Mendelssohn, Owen, Schumann
BBC National Orchestra of Wales; Thomas Søndergård; Bertrand Chamayou

HerefordTrio Dali

© c Felix Broede
Schumann C., Boulanger, Clarke
Trio Dali

HerefordSymphony of Psalms

Stravinsky, Walton, Ravel, Boulanger
Philharmonia Orchestra; Adrian Partington; Anna Harvey; Magnus Walker; Timothy Ridout; Three Choirs Festival Chorus
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A passionate Beach Piano Quintet

Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra © Chelsea Tischler
The musically meaty Piano Quintet of Amy Beach was the centerpiece of a varied program of works by women composers.
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Life-affirming Brahms from JoAnn Falletta

JoAnn Falletta © Cheryl Gorski
Conductor JoAnn Falletta, violinist Alexi Kenney and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra offer up vibrant and vital interpretations of Boulanger, Mozart and Brahms. 
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Stemme and Barenboim in Musikverein recital

Nina Stemme © Neda Navaee
If ever there were a voice that required the big hall of the Musikverein, it would be that of Nina Stemme. 
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Pushing the definition of Chamber Music at Kuhmo

Curtain call for Mörder, Höffnung des Frauen © David Karlin
Baritone Jaakko Koretkangas and pianist Nino Gvetadze prove the stars of an evening of great variety ending with a thrilling scene from an obscure Hindemith opera.
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Les compositrices pionnières à Montpellier

Edna Stern au festival "Musique à la Cour" © Cédric Azan
Mardi 15 et mercredi 16 juillet, les concerts donnés à 18h dans la Salle Pasteur du Corum étaient consacrés aux compositrices pionnières. Les interprètes ont pris plaisir à sortir de l’ombre des œuvres méconnues, à la beauté inédite : une excellente initiative doublée d’une réalisation impeccable.
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