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Composer: Jolivet, Andre (1905-1974)

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Year of birth1905
Year of death1974
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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TôtesComme du Cristal Céleste

Poulenc, Ibert, Jolivet, Saariaho, Bozza, Honegger, Debussy
Kaisa Kortelainen, Flute

HerfordKammerkonzert 3

Schumann, Jolivet, Debussy, Chopin
Marion Vetter; Yumi Kimachi

Toulonpolychronies : 20 ans de percussions

Ravel, Ohana, Melin, Séjourné, Piazzolla, Jolivet, Miyamoto
Ensemble Polychronies

PécsA Romantic Date in Rome

Rota, Jolivet, Respighi
Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra; Leonardo Sini; Tamás Pálfalvi
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Runnicles and Smith master an all-French program

Donald Runnicles © Florence Mccall
The Atlanta Symphony, under Principal Guest Conductor Donald Runnicles, was joined by one of its own, flute soloist Christina Smith, in fine performances of late 19th-century are mid-20th-century French music.
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Southwest Chamber Music pay tribute to the France of Debussy, Ravel, and Jolivet

Claude Debussy c. 1908, photo by Félix Nadar
Limpidity, elegance, sensuality, and charm: virtues that characterize the very best of modern French musical style. The listener, falling under the music’s spell, may find it easy to take its ravishing beauty for granted; unaware that this beauty came at the cost of earnest toil and experimentation of at least two generations of French composers.
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Park Lane Group Young Artists at the Purcell Room

Muse Piano Quintet,  ©  Muse Piano Quintet / Alena Berezina
This January’s Park Lane Group Young Artists Series is featuring 28 exceptional young performers over five concerts. Each concert further features a piece by a different contemporary composer each night, as well as one by an older, ‘Linked Composer’. On Monday the composer featured was Thomas Adès, who was ‘linked’ to Gerald Barry.
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