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Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky, Haydn

Bronfman Plays Bartók


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Cristian Macelaru, conductor

Debussy Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
Bartók Piano Concerto No. 2
  Yefim Bronfman, piano
Bartók Divertimento for String Orchestra
Stravinsky The Song of the Nightingale
Originally recorded at concerts on March 7, 9, and 12, 2013

Haydn Symphony No. 6 in D Major (Le Matin)
  Ton Koopman, conductor
Originally recorded at concerts on May 10, 11, and 12, 2012



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Bronfman Plays Bartók

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Bio - Cristian Macelaru

Cristian Macelaru has established an exciting and highly regarded presence through his thoughtful interpretations, poise and energetic conviction on the podium. Read more >

Bio - Ton Koopman

Ton Koopman was born in Zwolle (The Netherlands) and after a classical education he studied organ, harpsichord and musicology in Amsterdam and was awarded the Prix d'Excellence for both instruments. Read more >

Bio - Yefim Bronfman

Grammy Award-winning pianist Yefim Bronfman is among the most talented virtuosos performing today. His commanding technique and exceptional lyrical gifts have won consistent critical acclaim and enthusiastic audiences worldwide for his solo recitals, prestigious orchestral engagements and expanding catalogue of recordings.
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Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun

Stéphane Mallarmé’s poem, The Afternoon of a Faun, was published in 1876, in a slim, elegantly bound volume with a line drawing by Edouard Manet on the cover. Read more >

Bartók - Piano Concerto No. 2

In 1939, when the Chicago Symphony gave the United States premiere of Béla Bartók’s new piano concerto, the composer was still living in his native Hungary. Read more >

Bartok - Divertimento for String Orchestra

Alone in a rustic cottage, with not so much as a cloud or a newspaper to darken his days, Bartók worked at unusual speed: he began the divertimento on August 2 and finished it on August 17. Read more >

Stravinsky - The Song of the Nightingale

The Song of the Nightingale opens with an alarming clatter that later reminded Stravinsky of the “rude tintinnabulation” of the telephone in his Saint Petersburg apartment.
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Haydn - Symphony No. 6 in D Major (Le Matin)

Haydn didn’t invent the symphony—in fact, he was rather slow in contributing to the new Viennese musical fad, led by men whose names today live only in footnotes.
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