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  • Saran

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    From spring of until autumn of , he worked simultaneously on the Concerto in G for his own concerts, and that for the left hand requested by Wittgenstein. While the composer conceived his own concerto as a scintillating divertissement, the Concerto for the Left Hand emerged as a dark, powerful work with tragic overtones, and displays a great deal of resourcefulness and originality on Ravel’s part.


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