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A Concert from Knocke Casino

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by The Casino Orchestra
Conductor, Karel Candael
with Charles Panzera (baritone), Eduard Harvant (violin)
Orchestra:
Carnaval romain ...... Berlioz
Eduard Harvant and Orchestra:
Légende, for violin and orchestra ...... Jef Maes
Charles Panzera:
Les Indes galantes; Invitation et hymne au soleil ...... Rameau
Orchestra:
Symphonic poem, Le chasseur maudit (The Accursed Huntsman) ...... Franck
Alceste (air de Caron) ...... Lulli
Charles Panzera:
Nocturne ...... Franck
À Dulcinée (from Don Quichotte) ...... Ravel
Orchestra:
Italian Capriccio ...... Tchaikovsky
Karel Candael , bom at Antwerp in 1883, received his musical education at the Royal Flemish Conservatoire at Antwerp and won the ‘Prix de Rome’ in 1907. Since 1919 he has been on the staff of the Conservatoire and three years ago was appointed Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue there. He has directed the orchestra of the Knocke Casino Kursaal since 1930 and became musical director of the Flemish section of the Institut National de Radiodiffusion this year.
Candael's compositions include an orchestral 'Poème en forme de rhapsodie', a ballet, Le Cantique des Cantiques (produced this year), and numerous songs.

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Conductor: Karel Candael
Baritone: Charles Panzera
Violin: Eduard Harvant

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