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VA - Les Musiques de Boléro - Le Mystère Ravel: Un film d’Anne Fontaine (2024)

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VA - Les Musiques de Boléro - Le Mystère Ravel: Un film d’Anne Fontaine (2024)

Brussels Philharmonic, Dirk Brosse, Alexandre Tharaud, Samson François, Jacques Rouvier, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Frank Braley, Gautier Capuçon, Renaud Capuçon, Dinu Lipatti, Parrenin Quartet, Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, André Cluytens - Les Musiques de Boléro - Le Mystère Ravel: Un film d’Anne Fontaine (2024)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 348 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 205 Mb | 01:28:39
Classical, Soundtrack | Label: Warner Classics

Boléro, composed by Maurice Ravel in 1928, has always captured the world’s attention. Repetitive, mesmeric, colourful and thrilling, it has also proved a seminal work, influencing composers over the past century. Now it lends its name to a film inspired by the life of Ravel: directed by Anne Fontaine and starring Raphaël Personnaz.

Samson François - Samson François Plays Chopin, Schumann & Liszt (2024)

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Samson François - Samson François Plays Chopin, Schumann & Liszt (2024)

Samson François - Samson François Plays Chopin, Schumann & Liszt (2024)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 1,6 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 902 Mb | 06:29:37
Classical | Label: Warner Classics

‘Samson de la nuit’ was the affectionate epithet given to this pianist who seemed never to sleep and who was almost as famous for spending his early morning hours in Parisian jazz clubs as he was for playing Ravel’s Gaspard de la nuit. Like the Biblical Samson, Samson François wore his hair long – it often hung in front of his eyes as he played – and like the character Scarbo in Gaspard, he could be mischievous and evasive. A man of contrasts, he was in many ways the epitome of what one thought a romantic pianist should be – confident, dashing, poetic, moody, passionate, tender and temperamental. Today, more than 40 years after his premature death, a new generation of listeners has come to appreciate the qualities that made him one of the great pianists of the 20th century.