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  • Gom says:
    Quand la musique française rencontre les charmes de l’Orient. À la Bacchanale colorée de Saint-Saëns, succèdent les sonorités inouïes de son Concerto pour piano «Égyptien», sous les doigts élégants de Jean-Philippe Collard. Un programme de pur plaisir, teinté d’exotisme et de merveilleux. Après la Bacchanale de Saint-Saëns, extraite de l’opéra Samson et Dalila, page.
  • Dora says:
    Nov 26,  · Camille Saint-Saëns () La Jeunesse d'Hercule, opus 50 (part 1) The following inscription on the score gives the program of "The Youth of .
  • Fesida says:
    Camille Saint-Saëns () The following inscription on the score gives the program of "The Youth of Hercules": "The fable relates that Hercules on his entrance upon life saw two roads lie open before him -- that of pleasure and that of virtue.
  • Tagul says:
    For the last of his symphonic poems, in , Saint-Saëns returned to the legend of Hercules. This time he was concerned with the youth of the hero. There is not much of a story but rather the philosophical confrontation encountered by young Hercules, the choice between pleasure and virtue.
  • Faugul says:
    Jeunesse d'Hercule, La (The Youth of Hercules). Symphonic poem by Saint-Saëns, Op, Source for information on Jeunesse dHercule, La: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music dictionary.

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