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Scholarship holders of Villa Musica
This program blossoms in the autumn colors of Romanticism. The pieces of the French composer Cécile Chaminade shine in the colors of impressionism. Paris appears even more beautiful in the wonderful quintet by the organist Dubois. Liszt's myth of the great singer Orpheus and the melodious early Dvorák provide the Villa Musicawonderful models for the scholarship holders to revel in Romanticism.
Cécile Chaminade: Trois morceaux for violin and piano, op. 31
Théodore Dubois: Quintet in F major for oboe, string trio and piano
Franz Liszt: Orpheus (version for piano trio)
Antonín Dvořák: Piano Quartet in D major, op. 23