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Composer: Charles Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921)
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  • Orsino Ensemble, Pavel Kolesnikov

    A delightful and thoughtful debut disc from the Orsino Ensemble...Supplemented by Pavel Kolesnikov’s insightful pianism, the Orsinos draw on its core quintet of leading wind players. The entire... More…

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  • Gabriel Schwabe (cello)

    Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Marc Soustrot

    These performances and the recording quality are up there with the very best and, in some instances, surpass their rivals...Schwabe plays with a light heart and produces a light, airy tone to... More…

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  • Les Soloists de l'Orchestre de Paris

    Among a host of small pieces for trombone, horn and cornet, the transcriptions from the Carnival stand out: a gruff double-bassoon Swan, and a more appropriately hefty Elephant for the same instrument…Ideally... More…

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  • Steven Isserlis (cello)

    Michael Tilson Thomas

    'Concerto!' was a Channel Four TV series that showed participating soloists in rehearsal, in conversation with Dudley Moore and Michael Tilson Thomas and, ultimately, in performance, which resulted... More…

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  • Johannes Moser (cello)

    Radio SO Stuttgart, Fabrice Bollon

    …Moser gives a strong, impassioned account of the Second Concerto… It's in this work that Moser distances himself most noticeably from Maria Kliegel… overall, Moser is more imaginative and... More…

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  • Morgen Trio, Barbara Costa (soprano), Roberto Miele (horn), Emanuele Delucchi (piano)

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