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CHAMBER MUSIC

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The LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
(Leader, SAMUEL KUTCHER )
Conducted by ANTHONY BERNAND
ODETTE DE FORAS (Soprano)
AMONG Belgian composers of today, a high place is taken by Joseph Jongen , who was born at Liege fifty-five years ago. During the War period, from 1914-1919, Jongen brought his family over to England, and many of his compositions were written here.
His Picturesque Scenes date from about this time. Nature and the open air seem to have stirred him more than once to musical painting, and in those four sketches we have delicate and charming examples of his art.

ORCHESTRA Concerto Grosso in G - Handel
Suite, ' El Amor Brujo' - de Falla
Siegfried Idyll ; - Wagner
ODETTE DE FORAS and Orchestra Five Songs from La Bonno Chanson Une Sainte en son aureole Puisque l'aube grandit La lime blanche luit dans les bois J'allais par des chemins perfides J'ai presque peur en verite (First performance in England) - Faure
ORCHESTRA Sinfonia in D - Bach
Siesta (Second performance) - :W. T. Walton
Picturesque Scenes (Tableaux Pittoresques) - Jongen

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