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The Introduction and Rondo capriccioso, Havanaise, the finale of the Concerto No.3, and the Romance op.48: these pieces composed between 1859 and 1887 are - justifiably- among the most celebrated works composed by Saint-Saëns. They are also signature pieces of the Korean violinist Jinjoo Cho, first prizewinner at the Montreal InternationalMusic Competition 2006, and Gold Medallist at the Julius Stulberg International String Competition 2005. She has long been under the spell of these sensual, refined musical works, and now presents them in this, her first recording collaboration with the Appassionato orchestra conductedby Mathieu Herzog.
The Introduction and Rondo capriccioso, Havanaise, the finale of the Concerto No.3, and the Romance op.48: these pieces composed between 1859 and 1887 are - justifiably- among the most celebrated works composed by Saint-Saëns. They are also signature pieces of the Korean violinist Jinjoo Cho, first prizewinner at the Montreal InternationalMusic Competition 2006, and Gold Medallist at the Julius Stulberg International String Competition 2005. She has long been under the spell of these sensual, refined musical works, and now presents them in this, her first recording collaboration with the Appassionato orchestra conductedby Mathieu Herzog.
3700187674229

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Format: CD
Label: NAIVE
Rel. Date: 11/19/2021
UPC: 3700187674229

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The Introduction and Rondo capriccioso, Havanaise, the finale of the Concerto No.3, and the Romance op.48: these pieces composed between 1859 and 1887 are - justifiably- among the most celebrated works composed by Saint-Saëns. They are also signature pieces of the Korean violinist Jinjoo Cho, first prizewinner at the Montreal InternationalMusic Competition 2006, and Gold Medallist at the Julius Stulberg International String Competition 2005. She has long been under the spell of these sensual, refined musical works, and now presents them in this, her first recording collaboration with the Appassionato orchestra conductedby Mathieu Herzog.
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