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Donald Macleod discusses Koechlin's visit the New World in 1918. Plus, his symphonic poem based on Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book", "The Spring Running".

1 hour

Music Played

  • Charles Koechlin

    Paysages Et Marines - Calm Morning

    Ensemble: Ensemble Mobile Zurich.

    Performer: Zurich Mobile Ensemble

  • Charles Koechlin

    Paysages Et Marines

    Ensemble: Ensemble Mobile Zurich.

    Performer: Zurich Mobile Ensemble

  • Charles Koechlin

    Piano Quintet

    Performer: Sarah Lavaud. Ensemble: Antigone Quartet.
    • AR RE-SE: 2009-1.
    • AR RE-SE:.
    • 4.
  • Antigone Quartet & Sarah Lavaud (piano)

    Quintet no.1 for piano and strings

    Performer: Antigone Quartet Performer: Sarah Lavaud - Piano

    • AR RE-SE 2009-1.
    • RE-SE 2009-1.
    • 4.
  • Charles Koechlin

    La Course de printemps - symphonic poem after Kipling Op 95

    Orchestra: RIAS Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: David Zinman.
    • RCA : 09026-61955-2.
    • RCA.
    • 4.
  • Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra & David Zinman

    The Spring Running [symphonic poem after The Jungle Book]

    Performer: RIAS Symphony Orchestra Performer: David ZINMAN - Conductor

    • RCA.
    • 09026619552.
    • 4.

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