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'After having read Rites of Spring, I am now equally thrilled by Hungarian Dances. Jessica Duchen is a very gifted storyteller; her characters are sensitively portrayed. She has observed "Hungarianness" very well indeed. And her understanding of the tragedy and sufferings  of the Gypsy people - that is not just history, but very much a problem of our time - gives this book an even more profound meaning' - Andras Schiff
HUNGARIAN DANCES by Jessica Duchen (Hodder & Stoughton, March 2008)
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'Graffin's refined tone cuts through ... aided in Monti's "Csardas", Hubay's "Hejre Kati" and Ioan Scarlatescu's "Bagatelle" by the sound of Désert's piano luthéal. Bartok's "Romanian Folk Dances" and "Duos" add grit, while Debussy's "La plus lente" and Hartmann's wistful "L'amour, valse bluette" beguile. - The Independent

"Nothing fictional about this thrillingly evocative, novel-inspired collection ... an enthralling, exceptional recital, to be thoroughly recommended." - Gramophone
HUNGARIAN DANCES CD (Danses hongroises)
Philippe Graffin, violin Claire Desert, piano - ONYX 4039
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