Recorded on 06/23/2010, uploaded on 11/05/2010
Musician's or Publisher's Notes
Tzigane: Rhapsodie de Concert
In 1922, French composer
Maurice Ravel attended a private performance by the Hungarian violinist Jelly
d'Arányi, where he was instantly fascinated by her Hungarian Gypsy melodies. Tzigane
was conceived that evening and finished two years later, both dedicated to and
premiered by d'Arányi in London. The new virtuoso work created an immediate
Courtesy of International Music Foundation.
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