Joseph Jongen: Chamber Music.
Listen to music from Oxalys like Serenade Für Flöte, Violine Und Viola In G-dur, Op. 141a: I. Vivace, Serenade Für Flöte, Violine Und Viola In G-dur, Op. 141a: II. Larghetto & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Oxalys. Joseph Jongen - Chamber Music.
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Joseph Jongen, Oxalys - Deux pièces en trio, Op. 80: II. Allegro moderato Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp - Jongen: Pieces for Flute, Cello & Harp - Martin: Pavane, 2015 07:23. Joseph Jongen, Oxalys - Deux pièces en trio Op. 80: I. Assez lent Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp - Jongen: Pieces for Flute, Cello & Harp - Martin: Pavane, 2015 07:27. Ensemble Apræ, Joseph Jongen - Concert à cinq for flute, harp, violin, alto and cello, Op. 71: II. Calme Jongen: Chamber Works for Flute, Harp and Strings, 2004 05:43. Ensemble Apræ, Joseph Jongen - Adagio for violin and alto.
Album · 2017 · 12 Songs. Joseph Jongen: La musique Claire Lefilliâtre. Listen on Apple Music.
135 Joseph Jongen; Claire Lefilliâtre; Oxalys; Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden. Total Playing Time 45:41. Soprano Claire Lefilliâtre and Belgian chamber ensemble Oxalys join forces on these songs or Mélodies by 20th century Liege composer Joseph Johngen. Although he wrote mainly instrumental material, Johngen regarded vocal music equally highly and left about 30 songs, most of them published during his lifetime. In some cases he made up to three versions of each, for solo piano, string quartet, piano quintet or even full orchestra.
Release Date: 12/27/2005 Label: Fuga Libera Catalog 511 Spars Code: n/a Composer: Claude Debussy, André Caplet, Gabriel Pierné, Joseph Jongen,. Orchestra/Ensemble: Oxalys Number of Discs: 1 Recorded in: Stereo Length: 1 Hours 20 Mins. Low Stock: Currently 3 or fewer in stock. Usually ships in 24 hours, unless stock becomes depleted.
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as-Joseph Jongen (14 December 1873 – 12 July 1953) was a Belgian organist, composer, and music educator. Jongen was born in Liège, where his parents had moved from Flanders. On the strength of an amazing precocity for music, he was admitted to the Liège Conservatoire at the extraordinarily young age of seven, and spent the next sixteen years there. Jongen won a First Prize for Fugue in 1895, an honors diploma in piano the next year, and another for organ in 1896