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Hector Berlioz - Franz Liszt : Harold en Italie - Romance Oubliée

It is on demand of Niccolo Paganini that Hector Berlioz began the composition of “Harold en Italie” in 1834.

This symphony in four movements is inspired from  a Lord Byron poem : “Childe Harold Pelgrimage” where the viola replace the hero Harold.

The “Romance Oubliée” is a logical continuation of the work that Liszt did on “Harold en Italie”. Inspired by the “March au Pélerins”’s atmosphere, he so leaves us his only original score for viola and piano.

Link to the : UT3-Records

Johannes Brahms, Sonatas for violon and piano

Such as mouving love letters, Brahms Sonatas directly speak to the heart. The intimate dialogue between the violin and the piano evoke the different love stages - passion, tenderness, effusion, sweetness, expectation, joy reunion, melancholy ...

Link to the album: UT3-Records

Maurice Ravel, Complete Piano Works (2CD)

Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden has always had a real affinity with Ravel’s music.

Already during the first years of his pianistic mastery, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden feels a special attraction with the impressionists, among them Ravel, who gives to his music special colors and pictorial aspects.

Link to the album : UT3-Records