8 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The next entry in Dennis Russell Davies’ exploration of Philip Glass’ works sees two masterpieces—one by Glass, one by Bernstein—taken up by the esteemed violinist Renaud Capuçon. For the former composer’s 1987 concerto, Capuçon’s sharp, driving style is perfectly suited for the work’s elongated arpeggios and dramatic melodies.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The next entry in Dennis Russell Davies’ exploration of Philip Glass’ works sees two masterpieces—one by Glass, one by Bernstein—taken up by the esteemed violinist Renaud Capuçon. For the former composer’s 1987 concerto, Capuçon’s sharp, driving style is perfectly suited for the work’s elongated arpeggios and dramatic melodies.

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