13 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although composed many decades apart, these modern French reveries have much in common. Dutilleux’s harmonies balloon and fade, sounding almost psychedelic against Debussy’s minimal, effusive lyricism and unbounded progressions. Through his cello, Leonard Elschenbroich discloses the mysteries of these richly hued works.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Although composed many decades apart, these modern French reveries have much in common. Dutilleux’s harmonies balloon and fade, sounding almost psychedelic against Debussy’s minimal, effusive lyricism and unbounded progressions. Through his cello, Leonard Elschenbroich discloses the mysteries of these richly hued works.

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