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The second release of this series presents once again some of the masterpieces of great musicians. Most of the works have been arranged by Jules Levy, a composer and conductor. The release also attracts the listener's attention with the Bulgarian performers taking part in the recording. All the compositions are interpreted in an original manner by stressing on their specific features in terms of melody and structure. A musician of thorough musical knowledge, the conductor Jules Levy is to be credited for this successful interpretation, characterized by a feeling of tranquility and lyricism, and giving aesthetic pleasure and relaxation to the listener.


  • Track Listing

    Georg Friedrich Händel

    [1] Largo 6'46''

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    [2] Alleluia 2'41''

    Jacques Offenbach

    [3] Barcarole 4'04''

    Jules Massenet

    [4] Elegie 2'00''

    Claude Debussy

    [5] Moonlight (Clair de la lune) 4'40''

    Camille Saint-Saëns

    [6] The Swan (Le cygne) 2'46''

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    [7] Andante Cantabile 6'28''

    Johann and Josef Strauss

    [8] Polka Pizzicato 2'33''

    Christian Sinding

    [9] Adagio 5'23''

    Fritz Kreisler

    [10] Vienna Caprice 4'33''

    [11] The Old Refrain 3'18''

    George Gershwin

    [12] Lyrical Scene (from "Porgy and Bess") 4'45''

    Ernesto Lecuona

    [13] Maria La O 4'06''

    [14] Always In My Heart 2'51''

    Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin

    [15] Sevdana 4'52''

    Jules Levy

    [16] Humoresque 3'29''

    DDD 65'22"

  • Participating

    Yossif Radionov (violin), Simeon Shterev (flute),

    Georgi Jelyazov (oboe and English horn), Mayer Frank (piano)

    Simhah Chamber Collegium

    Jules Levy, conductor

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