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Audio CD, October 29, 1993
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listen  1. Symphony No. 1, A major, Op. 18: Tranquillo molto - Allegro, leggero e giocoso 8:38Album Only
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Emmanuel (1862-1938) was a French composer who is known to have written at least 73 works. However, by the time of his death, he had destroyed all but about 30. We have his Second String Quartet but not his First, for example. The works that do survive reveal a competent composer of late-Romanticism whose works, though not terribly original, offer an excellent view of the French symphony as it leaves the 19th century behind and ventures into the 20th. In fact, these symphonies have much in common with the works of Bax in England. These are delightful works performed with care. --Paul Cook

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