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Centenaries often yield rich results in recordings... This one is music by women composers performed by the Women's Philharmonic under JoAnn Falletta which includes premieres of orchestral versions of two chamber-pieces, D'un Soir Triste and D'un Matin de Printemps. I have waited many years to hear these and am overjoyed that they sound so well. Following the piano score of the first, I wonder again 'how did Lili do it?' So many subtle sophisticated ideas: how did she think of them, or know they'd work? Because she was an artist-in-sound ! (Gramophone 1993)
Centenaries often yield rich results in recordings... This one is music by women composers performed by the Women's Philharmonic under JoAnn Falletta which includes premieres of orchestral versions of two chamber-pieces, D'un Soir Triste and D'un Matin de Printemps. I have waited many years to hear these and am overjoyed that they sound so well. Following the piano score of the first, I wonder again 'how did Lili do it?' So many subtle sophisticated ideas: how did she think of them, or know they'd work? Because she was an artist-in-sound ! (Gramophone 1993)
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Works By Fanny Mendelssohn Clara Schumann Germaine
Artist: Women's Philharmonic
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98
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DISC: 1

1. Fanny Mendelssohn Ed. JoAnn Falletta Ouverture (1830
2. Clara Schumann; Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 7 i Allegro maestos
3. ii Romanze
4. iii Finale
5. Germaine Tailleferre; Concertino for Harp and Orchestra (1927) i Allegretto
6. ii Lento
7. iii Rondo
8. Lili Boulanger Ed. JoAnn Falletta; D'un Soir Triste
9. D'un Matin de Printemps

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Centenaries often yield rich results in recordings... This one is music by women composers performed by the Women's Philharmonic under JoAnn Falletta which includes premieres of orchestral versions of two chamber-pieces, D'un Soir Triste and D'un Matin de Printemps. I have waited many years to hear these and am overjoyed that they sound so well. Following the piano score of the first, I wonder again 'how did Lili do it?' So many subtle sophisticated ideas: how did she think of them, or know they'd work? Because she was an artist-in-sound ! (Gramophone 1993)
        
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