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Obviously influenced by Saint-Saëns, Jongen's composition puts much greater emphasis on the organ and almost pits the titanic instrument against the equally immense organ to great effect. The Orchestre Philharmonique de Liege, under the direction of Pascal Rophé , provides an intense, passionate backdrop throughout the work.
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Find release reviews and credits for Jongen: Symphonie Concertante; Saint-Saëns: Symphonie No. 3 - Pascal Rophé on AllMusic - 2008 - Think of works for organ and orchestra and the…
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Nov 01, 2016 · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jongen Symphonie Concertante YouTube Saint-Saëns - Symphony No 3 in C minor, Op 78 - Järvi - Duration: 36:31. Classical Vault 1 1,956,862 views
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Joseph Jongen was a Belgian composer (1873-1953), who, as César Franck, hailed from Liège. However, contrary to the latter, Jongen remained in Belgium taking up brief stints as administrator and educator and the Liège and Brussels conservatories and otherwise living as an independent composer, teacher and organ player.
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Nov 01, 2016 · Camille Saint-Saens Symphony No.3 Olivier Latry, orgue Orchestre Philharmonique de Liege Pascal Rophe.
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Although settlements already existed in Roman times, the first references to Liège are from 558, when it was known as Vicus Leudicus. Around 705, Saint Lambert of Maastricht is credited with completing the Christianization of the region, indicating that up to the early 8th century the religious practices of antiquity had survived in some form.