The exceptional longevity of Camille Saint-Saens, child prodigy saluted by Liszt, consenting (?) witness of stravinskian and debussyst revolutions has left us more than 300 manuscripts. German and Russian . . . musicologists saluted his professionalism, his pianistic writing reminding us of Beethoven, an orchestral art inspired by Liszt and Berlioz who considered him ‘the most impressive musical mechanic ever encountered’. ‘If Mr. Saint-Saens espoused Glory she will be unfaithful with Mr. Debussy.’ Four legendary artists prove his timelessness.
PRD/DSD 350 077
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