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Episode 5

Despite the success of his poème dansé La Péri in 1912, Dukas, who lived for a further twenty-three years, failed to produce any further large scale works. In this final episode Donald Macleod considers why Dukas turned to other activities as a pedagogue and a music critic.

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Fri 4 Mar 2011 22:00

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  • Paul Dukas

    Sonnet (Pierre de Ronsard)

    Performer: Philippe Jaroussky (counter-tenor) Performer: Jerome Ducros (piano)

    • Virgin Classics 2166212.
    • 17.
  • Paul Dukas

    Goetz de Berlichingen, Overture after Goethe

    Performer: Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen Performer: Fabrice Bollon (conductor)

    • Sterling 1074-2.
    • 1.
  • Paul Dukas

    Villanelle for horn

    Performer: Hermann Baumann (horn) Performer: Gewandhaus Leipzig Orchestra Performer: Kurt Masur (conductor)

    • Philips 4163802.
    • 7.
  • Paul Dukas

    La Péri - Poeme dansé

    Performer: Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra Performer: David Zinman (conductor)

    • Philips 4541272.
    • 3.
  • Paul Dukas

    La Plainte, au loin, du faune

    Performer: Jean Hubeau (piano)

    • Telarc 8573 880512.


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