Camille Saint-SaĆ«ns, virtuoso pianist, organist and conductor, was also a great admirer of Liszt. His Symphony No.3, which adds both his chosen keyboard instruments to the orchestra, and his Piano Concerto No.4 utilize the codes of the old master, the better to transcend them. As partner of Les SiĆØcles since 2017, harmonia mundi felt it was a must to reissue these fiery readings of two masterpieces in the great French Romantic tradition, for which FranƧois-Xavier Roth invited two eminent soloists.
Camille Saint-SaĆ«ns, virtuoso pianist, organist and conductor, was also a great admirer of Liszt. His Symphony No.3, which adds both his chosen keyboard instruments to the orchestra, and his Piano Concerto No.4 utilize the codes of the old master, the better to transcend them. As partner of Les SiĆØcles since 2017, harmonia mundi felt it was a must to reissue these fiery readings of two masterpieces in the great French Romantic tradition, for which FranƧois-Xavier Roth invited two eminent soloists.
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Saint Saens: Symphony No. 3 Piano Concerto No. 4
Artist: Les Sičcles
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DISC: 1

1. Saint-Saƫns: Symphony No.3 Poco Adagio
2. Saint-Saƫns: Symphony No.3 Allegro Moderato - Presto - Allegro Moderato
3. Saint-SaĆ«ns: Symphony No.3 Maestoso - Allegro - PiĆ¹ Allegro - Molto Allegro - Pesante
4. Saint-Saƫns: Concerto for Piano No.4 Op.44 Allegro Moderato - Andante
5. Saint-Saƫns: Concerto for Piano No.4 Op.44 Allegro Vivace
6. Saint-Saƫns: Concerto for Piano No.4 Op.44 Andante
7. Saint-Saƫns: Concerto for Piano No.4 Op.44 Allegro

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Camille Saint-SaĆ«ns, virtuoso pianist, organist and conductor, was also a great admirer of Liszt. His Symphony No.3, which adds both his chosen keyboard instruments to the orchestra, and his Piano Concerto No.4 utilize the codes of the old master, the better to transcend them. As partner of Les SiĆØcles since 2017, harmonia mundi felt it was a must to reissue these fiery readings of two masterpieces in the great French Romantic tradition, for which FranƧois-Xavier Roth invited two eminent soloists.