Franck: Sonata in A Major for Flute and Piano (Great

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After a brief return to Belgium and a bad experience in his early career, he moved back to Paris, married Eugénie-Félicité-Caroline Saillot and led a successful career prominently as a music educator and organist. Aside from the fact that [the French] speak the same tongue (rather badly), obey the same laws (just as little) and sing the same hymn (equally out of tune)…’. Tim moved to New York City in 1985 and since that time his performing and recording credits include a who’s who of jazz, rock, pop and world music icons: The Rolling Stones from 1999 to the present, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Donald Fagen, Michael Jackson, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Rod Stewart, Lyle Lovette, and jazz greats Red Garland, Donald Byrd, Hank Jones, Jack DeJohnette, Phil Woods, Tom Harrell, Chico Hamilton, Michael Brecker, Joe Henderson, Tony Bennett, Louie Bellson, Dave Liebman, Al Foster, John Patitucci, Danilo Perez, Bela Szakcsi Lakatos and Maria Schneider.
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Psaume 150: Vocal Score (Qty 2) [A2601]

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For whatever reason, amid the welter of French violin sonatas, piano trios and piano quartets written in the 1870s and ’80s, string quartets were in relatively short supply, certainly from the major composers. In short, the difficulty was so great, that the operation was often performed in severe weather, to secure the adhesion of the earth to the roots, at the risk of exposing the extremities of the fibres and rootlets to the highly unfavourable agency of frost.
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Prelude, Fugue and Variation, Op. 18: Sheet (Kalmus Edition)

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Yet, especially for those already familiar with the work and perhaps even tiring of it, other performances beckon with special attraction. Le Minh Chau, 25, suffers a rare disability in his arms and legs allegedly caused by his mother drinking water from a dioxin-contaminated river before he was born. Franck's organ music appeared at a time when organ music in France was becalmed and of little interest; his raising of its standards left a legacy built on later by Frenchmen such as Charles-Marie Widor and Olivier Messiaen.
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Franck Organ Works, Vol. 4

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Antonio Salieri, the emperor's music director, heard about Schubert's talents and took him in as a student. The latter has done all that his extent of travel and experience could suggest, when he has taught us to listen to a ``friendly contention between the singing birds in an adjacent grove, and the echo whose dead voice lived in a hollow tree near to the top of a primrose-hill'' or shown us how to beguile time ``by viewing the harmless lambs seen leaping securely in the cool shade, while others sported themselves in the cheerful sun, or craved comfort from the swollen udders of their bleating dams.'' The modern author, in a wild land, calls our attention to a far less usual phenomenon, and describes the flight of an eagle, and the education of its callow brood, with the pencil of a Salvator Rosa, and the accuracy of a Gilbert White. ``Poiet.---The scenery improves as we advance nearer the lower parts of the lake.
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Panis Angelicus: From "Messe Solennelle, Op. 12"

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MacCall, of Ibroxhill, another gentleman in the same neighbourhood, estimates the cost of his operations on trees, from eighteen to twenty-eight feet high, at eight shillings and tenpence per tree. Each of these mendicants sings a song in character, and such a collection of humorous lyrics, connected by vivid poetical description, is not, perhaps, to be paralleled in the English language. With that single brilliant gesture, Mengelberg introduces his conception for the entire work – hugely involving and exciting, with wild extremes of tempos, bridged by exquisitely smooth transitions (even including liberal amounts of old-fashioned portamento [sliding between notes]), and superbly executed by the orchestra to give a full sense of the instrumental fabric.
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Ruth: Chorus of Bethlehemites (Elle descend la montagne;

Cesar Franck

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Here our opinion coincides with general practice, but in respect of the following points, we are not, we believe, so fortunate. K.) Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn Bridge Toni Tennille Summercamp Timothy B. After many refusals, I moved to United States." The most effectual substitute, we regret to say it, is the dry-stone wall. Siddons indeed, (we cannot help identifying her with Lady Randolph,) gave such terrible interest to the concluding scene, that we can truly say the decay of interest, which is certainly felt both in perusing the drama and in seeing it only moderately well performed, was quite imperceptible.
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Rédemption (Morceau symphonique): Full Score [A2602]

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Yet, sir, I am not altogether discouraged with this comfortless prospect. The overall impact is to suggest not so much gravity as a sense of serenity, thus reflecting the composer's outward demeanor (and consistent with Celi's own zen beliefs) and even suggests an occasional affinity with the layered sound of Bruckner, in whose sprawling music Celi reveled. Liszt, who sat in the choir to listen to Franck's improvisations and afterward said "How could I ever forget the man who wrote those trios?"
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Prelude, Chorale and Fugue for the Piano

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Hesse's performances might have been treated simply as a short sensation for their dazzling virtuosity, but that Hesse's pupil Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens (1823–1881) came to Paris in 1852 and again in 1854. Many of Franck's works employ " cyclic form ", a method of achieving unity among several movements in which all of the principal themes of the work are generated from a germinal motif. It was poorly performed, but Franck was pleased all the same.
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Psyché (Le Sommeil de Psyche (No.1)): Full Score [A1452]

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He entered the University of Ingolstadt on 26 March 1515, ... In a word, the melancholy maxim of the poet would be confuted, and the race of bold peasantry, whom want and devastation had driven from these vast wilds, would be restored to their native country. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced five official nominees – "Body Team 12", "Chau, Beyond the Lines"; "Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah"; "A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness" and "Last Day of Freedom". "Chau, Beyond the Lines" shows the effects of Agent Orange, a defoliant sprayed by the US over Vietnam’s jungles during the war to deprive Vietnamese soldiers of cover.
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Lord Whose Passion Didst Reveal - SATB,a cappella - Sheet

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He attended some of the lighter shows at the Comédie-Française with them (apparently without too much enthusiasm) and, we are told, even learned to dance! The dedicatee of the work and the pianist at the premiere in January 1880, Camille Saint-Saëns hated the unceasing modulations so much that he stalked off the stage, ignoring both the audience applause and the composer’s offer of the manuscript in thanks for a magnificent performance. His dad was a writer, occasional street vigilante and confidante of Marilyn Monroe.
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