Poulenc - Concerto in D for 2 Pianos (Florence & Isabelle Lafitte)

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Poulenc: Concerto in D for 2 piano's - Florence & Isabelle Lafitte - Live Classical Music

Twin sisters Florence and Isabelle Lafitte perform Francis Poulenc's Concert in D for two piano's with the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by James Gaffigan.

Radio Filharmonisch Orkest
James Gaffigan [dirigent]
Florence & Isabelle Lafitte [piano]

 Poulenc - Concert in D voor twee piano's

Concert Recorded on 7 april 2013, Vredenburg Leidsche Rijn.


Francis Poulenc's Concerto pour deux pianos (Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra) in D minor, FP 61, was commissioned by and dedicated to the Princess Edmond de Polignac and composed over the period of three months in the summer of 1932. It is often described as the climax of Poulenc's early period. The composer wrote to the Belgian musicologist Paul Collaer: "You will see for yourself what an enormous step forward it is from my previous work and that I am really entering my great period." Poulenc composed the concerto for the Princess Edmond de Polignac, an American-born arts patron to whom many early 20th-century masterpieces are dedicated, including Stravinsky’s Renard, Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante défunte, Kurt Weill’s Second Symphony, and Satie’s Socrates. Her Paris salon was a gathering place for the musical avant-garde.
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