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This release from the archive of the Munich Philharmonic honours two iconic works from the repertoire of French symphonic music of the late 19th century: César Franck's Symphony in D minor and Claude Debussy's Nocturnes. Franck's only symphony testifies to grandeur and French elegance, while Debussy's Nocturnes capture the special atmosphere of the night with all it's twilight colours and movements. In the remastered concert recordings from 1991 and 1983, legendary conductor Sergiu Celibidache interprets the two masterpieces with all their drama and finesse.
This release from the archive of the Munich Philharmonic honours two iconic works from the repertoire of French symphonic music of the late 19th century: César Franck's Symphony in D minor and Claude Debussy's Nocturnes. Franck's only symphony testifies to grandeur and French elegance, while Debussy's Nocturnes capture the special atmosphere of the night with all it's twilight colours and movements. In the remastered concert recordings from 1991 and 1983, legendary conductor Sergiu Celibidache interprets the two masterpieces with all their drama and finesse.
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Franck: Symphony In D Minor Debussy: Trois
Artist: Munchner Philharmoniker
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Symphony in D minor, FWV48, Op. 48, M48: I. Lento - Allegro Non Troppo
2. Symphony in D minor, FWV48, Op. 48, M48: II. Allegretto
3. Symphony in D minor, FWV48, Op. 48, M48: III. Allegro Non Troppo
4. Trois Noctures, L. 91, CD98: I. Nuages
5. Trois Noctures, L. 91, CD98: II. Fêtes
6. Trois Noctures, L. 91, CD98: III. Sirènes

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This release from the archive of the Munich Philharmonic honours two iconic works from the repertoire of French symphonic music of the late 19th century: César Franck's Symphony in D minor and Claude Debussy's Nocturnes. Franck's only symphony testifies to grandeur and French elegance, while Debussy's Nocturnes capture the special atmosphere of the night with all it's twilight colours and movements. In the remastered concert recordings from 1991 and 1983, legendary conductor Sergiu Celibidache interprets the two masterpieces with all their drama and finesse.
        
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