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Donald Macleod recounts how, under the auspices of the Belgian writer and art critic Octave Maus and performers such as the violinist Eugene Ysaye, Ernest Chausson was able to find a new and more appreciative audience for his music in Belgium than he experienced in his native country, France.

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Wed 6 Apr 2005 00:00

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