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For more that 30 years Bruno Pasquier was leading soloist at the "Théâtre de l’Opera de Paris" and then at the "Orchestre National de France". But his increasing activity as a soloist all over the world led him to leave his orchestral posts. He has worked with prestigious conductors: K. Böhm, G. Solti, S. Ozawa, Lorin Maazel, and many others.
Jean-Bernard Pommier is renowned the world over as a pianist and conductor. He studied the piano under famous pedagogues and later joined E. Bigot's and E. Istomin's conducting classes. He is the youngest ever winner of the prestigious Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. He has played with the greatest orchestras and conductors and worked in collaboration with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Herbert von Karajan. An outstanding chamber player, he regularly performs with Isaac Stern, Pinchas Zukerman, Christian Ferras, the Guarneri and Vermeer Quartets, and many other famous musicians.


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    Sonata Op. 120, No. 1

    [1] Allegro appassionato 8’13’’

    [2] Andante un poco adagio 5’35’’

    [3] Allegretto graziozo 5’06’’

    [4] Vivace 5’40’’

    Sonata Op. 120, No. 2

    [5] Allegro amabile 8’46’’

    [6] Allegro appassionato 4’35’’

    [7] Andante con moto 7’48’’



    [8] I Nicht schnell 4’00’’

    [9] II Lebhaft 3’44’’

    [10] III Rasch 2’47’’

    [11] IV Langsam, mit melancholischen Ausdruck 5’04’’

    DDD 61’18’’

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