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Connesson : Lost Horizon

Timothy McAllister, Renaud Capucon, Brussels Philharmonic, Stephane Deneve

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Les cités de Lovecraft

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I. Céléphaïs 00:09:07

Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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II. Kadath 00:10:22

Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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III. La cité du soleil couchant 00:04:18

Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

A kind of Trane - Concerto for saxophone and orchestra

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I. There is none other 00:05:06

Timothy McAllister, Saxophone - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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II. Ballade 00:10:03

Timothy McAllister, Saxophone - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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III. Coltrane on the dancefloor 00:06:11

Timothy McAllister, Saxophone - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

Les horizons perdus - Concerto for violin and orchestra

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I. Premier voyage 00:08:22

Renaud Capuçon, Violin - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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II. Shangri-La 1 00:04:38

Renaud Capuçon, Violin - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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III. Deuxième voyage 00:06:04

Renaud Capuçon, Violin - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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IV. Shangri-La 2 00:09:29

Renaud Capuçon, Violin - Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

Le tombeau des regrets

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Le tombeau des regrets 00:12:38

Brussels Philharmonic - Stéphane Denève, Conductor - Guillaume Connesson, Composer

℗ 2019 Brussels Philharmonic ASBL

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Distinctions: Choc de Classica (1/06/19)

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