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Paul Juon (1872 - 1940): First Piano Quintet op. 33. Chamber Symphony op. 27. Members of the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra.

Paul Juon (CD MS) swissmusic

Just like his exact contemporaries A. Skriabin and R. Vaughan Williams, the Swiss composer Paul Juon was a man caught between times. His roots went deep into the Russian music, that sourrounded him in his childhood years, but he in fact spent more than half his life in Berlin.

This content was published on September 19, 2006 - 15:17

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