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The Places - The region of southern France known as Provence has enjoyed a varied history, occupied by Ligurian and Celtic tribes, followed by Greek settlers, and finally by absorption into the Roman Empire. The succeeding centuries brought invasions, then rule by the Counts of Toulouse, before the region became, by inheritance, part of France. The local language, the langue d'oc, reflects something of this history, as the surviving popular customs. The Roman period is represented by surviving buildings, the Middle Ages, by the Romanesque and Gothic. The Music: Music for the tour consists of string quartets by Claude Debussy and by Maurice Ravel. Debussy's String Quartet, Op. 10, dates from 1893, while Ravel's single string quartet was written in 1902. Both works are highly characteristic of their relative composers.
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Robert Fuchs (1847-1927): Piano Trio; Violin Sonata; Viola Phantasiestücke / Giulio Plotino, violin; Claudio Cavalletti, viola; Enrico Maria Polimanti, piano
Denyo: Derbe *
Poulenc: Orchestral and Choral Works / Dutoit
Debussy: Complete Orchestral Works / Jun Markl; Orchestre National de Lyon
In Spiritum - Franck: Piece heroique; Prelude, Fugue et Variation, Op. 18; Trois Chorals / Olivier Latry, organ
Anthony Lledo: Legends of Chima: Vol. 2 [Original Television Soundtrack]