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Composer: Ernest Chausson (1855–99)
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  • Karen Cargill (mezzo-soprano), Simon Lepper (piano), Royal Scottish National Orchestra Soloists

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  • Jessye Norman, Michel Dalberto, Ronald Patterson, Salvatore Sansalone, Jean-Pierre Pigerre, Lane Anderson

    Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Armin Jordan

    The free-flowing late 19th-century Romanticism of Ernest Chausson overflows with colour and opulence. And if any voice was destined to match this music, it was that of Jessye Norman, whose account... More…

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  • Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Bengt Forsberg (piano)

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  • Karine Deshayes (mezzo-soprano), Arnaud Thorette (violin), Antoine Pierlot (cello), Johan Farjot (piano)

    Ensemble Contraste

    It's nicely done, for the most part. Deshayes has a light-ish meozzo with an appealing shimmer in her upper registers and warm chest tones, used sparingly but to telling effect...The playing... More…

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  • Quatuor Zaïde, Karine Deshayes and Jonas Vitaud, Jonas Vitaud, Karine Deshayes (soloist)

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  • I Cameristi Orchestra da Camera di Trento e Verona, Dini Diego Ciacci

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