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Gabriel Fauré – Pelléas et Mélisande Prelude [ANALYSIS]

Gabriel Fauré – Pelléas et Mélisande Prelude [ANALYSIS]

The Prelude to Fauré ‘s Pelléas et Mélisande is imbued with the gentleness and drama of the characters . Rich in orchestration, it’s a gorgeous page where the main challenge for a conductor lies in the subtleties of the constant push-and-pull

Béla Bartók – Romanian Folk Dances

Béla Bartók – Romanian Folk Dances

Embued in the richness of the folk tunes of Hungary, Bartók’s Rumanian Folk Dances are an orchestral miniature firmly set in the repertoire, often appearing in conducting auditions and competitions.

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Franz Liszt: Dante Symphony – Part 1

Franz Liszt: Dante Symphony – Part 1

A mesmerizing descend into hell: Dante’s Divine Comedy turned into a symphonic poem by the imagination of Franz Liszt

Canción
Canción

Second to last of the De Falla “Siete canciones populares españolas”, Canción is apparently cheerful, but an underlying anger accompanies the whole piece.

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