Orchestral Music Vol. 1

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Title: Orchestral Music Vol. 1
Otros títulos: Orchestral Music Vol. 1
Intérprete/ Colaborador: César Franck; Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra; Roberto Benzi
Código CDU: Fra.01
Forma Musical: Symphonic poems, Symphonies
Abstract: César Franck is an important composer from the latter half of the nineteenth century, particularly in the realms of symphonic, chamber, organ and piano music. His stage works were uniformly unsuccessful, though his choral compositions fared somewhat better. Born in Liège (in the French region which in 1830 became part of a new state, Belgium), on December 10, 1822, he led a group of young composers, among them d'Indy, Duparc, and Dukas, who found much to admire in his highly individual post-Romantic style, with its rich, innovative harmonies, sometimes terse melodies, and skilled contrapuntal writing. This group, sometimes known as "la bande à Franck," steered French composition toward symphonic and chamber music, finally breaking the stranglehold of the more conservative opera over French music. Franck was a keyboard player of extraordinary ability who had a short stint as a touring piano virtuoso before moving to Paris and throwing himself into musical studies. In addition, he was ...


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