Raff

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The Coming Joy: Raff’s Ode au Printemps
Considered during his lifetime the premier symphonist of the day, Joachim Raff (1822-1882) has now virtually vanished from our concert stages. He was encouraged by Mendelssohn and his scores, sent to his publisher by Mendelssohn, got the approval of Robert
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A Lost Master: Raff’s La fée d’amour
The Spanish violin virtuoso Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908) entered the Paris Conservatoire at age 12, won first prize in violin at age 15, first prize for solfège the next year, and won the prize for harmony in 1859. That same
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Joachim Raff
“The Pressure Which Liszt Has Put On My Personality Is Insufferable” In his lifetime the composer and teacher Joachim Raff (1822-1882) was greatly celebrated and admired. His music was valued, with some reservations, by Mendelssohn, Liszt, von Bülow, and Clara
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RAFF, J.: Piano and Orchestra Works – Piano Concerto / Ode au Printemps
Ode au Printemps, Op. 76 From RAFF, J.: Piano and Orchestra Works – Piano Concerto / Ode au Printemps (2017) Released by Grand Piano Raff: Ode au Printemps, Op. 76Of Raff’s nine works for solo instrument and orchestra three are
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Raff – Piano Works Vol.1
Frühlingsboten, Op. 55 No. 4 Unruhe: Allegro Tra Nguyen, piano World Première Recordings From Raff – Piano Works Vol.1 (2012) Released by Naxos Raff : Frühlingsboten, Op. 55 – No. 4 Unruhe: Allegro Although Raff is remembered primarily as one
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