Concerto in D for piano, violin and string quartet, op. 21
This critically acclaimed work exhibits the significant influence of CÚsar Franck, with whom the composer studied — particularly in its cyclical form, numerous modulations, and deeply expressive lyricism. Chausson wished to encourage a rediscovery of classic forms, especially in chamber music, and this brilliant work attests to the success of his efforts.
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