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Composer: Franck, César (1822-1890)

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AmsterdamFranck's Symphony and Chausson's Poème

© Marco Borggreve
Chausson, Franck
Orkest van het Oosten; Ed Spanjaard; Maria Milstein

LondonLuke Hsu & Jâms Coleman

Franck, Ravel
Luke Hsu; Jâms Coleman

BeauvaisLa musique en partage

Schumann, Webern, Franck
Quatuor Arod; Alexandre Tharaud

ViennaBerlioz, Ravel & Franck

Berlioz, Ravel, Franck
Vienna Symphony Orchestra; Bertrand de Billy; Jasminka Stančul

NottinghamSunday Piano Series - Rachel Cheung

Sunday Piano Series - Rachel Cheung
Franck, Schumann, Liszt
Rachel Cheung, Piano
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Ibragimova thrills in splendid Bantry closer

Alina Ibragimova © Eva Vermandel
Those concertgoers who tore themselves away from the beach could watch the glorious sunlight fade to dusk through the Bantry House Library's huge windows.
*****
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Riveting Franck at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival

Apollon Musagète Quartet © Marco Borggreve
The Apollon Musagète Quartet captures the imaginative world of Panufnik, while Nurit and Pescia deliver a searingly intense Bloch Violin Sonata no. 1.  
****1
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Moreau and Kadouch play Rita Strohl in Gstaad

Edgar Moreau © Miguel Bueno
Edgar Moreau and David Kadouch make the case for ressurecting the work of Rita Strohl, thrilling in transformation of Racine's Bérénice into Cello Sonata form.
****1
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A sensation in Seattle

Kirill Gerstein © Marco Borggreve
Late romantic music in the key of D minor reigned at Saturday night’s Seattle Symphony performance.
****1
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A trio of Sonatas from the 1880s

Louis Lortie © Elias
Augustin Dumay and Louis Lortie perform three masterpieces of the violin sonata repertoire, redeeming an eccentric performance of Strauss with a thrilling Franck
***11
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