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Marc-André Dalbavie: La source d'un regard & Concertos

Seattle Symphony, Ludovic Morlot

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1
La source d'un regard (Live)
Marc-André Dalbavie; Seattle Symphony; Ludovic Morlot
16:41
2
Oboe Concerto
Marc-André Dalbavie; Mary Lynch; Seattle Symphony; Ludovic Morlot
13:11
3
Flute Concerto (Live)
Marc-André Dalbavie; Demarre McGill; Seattle Symphony; Ludovic Morlot
18:07
4
Cello Concerto
Marc-André Dalbavie; Jay Campbell; Seattle Symphony; Ludovic Morlot
26:46
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:45
Following acclaimed recordings of French revolutionaries Berlioz, Boulez, Dutilleux and Messiaen, Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony return with a release of works by contemporary French composer Marc-André Dalbavie. This album features Dalbavie’s La source d’un regard alongside his concertos for oboe, flute and cello. Morlot has championed the music of his countrymen throughout his career — and this album defines his legacy as a foremost interpreter of contemporary French repertoire.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Seattle Symphony Media Studio Masters

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