Jérôme Laran & Michaël Ertzscheid
Jeanne Leleu (1898-1979) was a French composer, and the third woman to be awarded the prestigious Grand Prix de Rome, following Lili Boulanger and Marguerite Canal. Early on, she appeared as a gifted pianist and premiered Ravel's "Ma Mère l'Oye" in 1910, at the age of 12. Besides orchestral and chamber music works, she also composed accessible pieces such as this "Nostalgic Dance" for saxophone.
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- Nostalgic Dance3:55