Koechlin rarely rewards the expectations fostered by others' music, which can come to seem predictable and hackneyed after immersion in his. Instead, Koechlin gives us a sicilienne of wistful charm identical in mood and key with "Smiling-Skating" from the first Album de Lilian, composed in That would be Lilian Harvey , an actress whose career spanned the advance from silent films to talkies only to fizzle when she transferred from Europe to Hollywood in Indeed, Koechlin returned from a second viewing of the film the same evening and composed the first of the pieces of the Album de Lilian, "Tout va bien," "not without covering my paper in tears His enchantment with her prompted a novel, a film scenario, and mostly brief musical compositions.
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Romances ; For flute, alto saxophone, piano ; Scores featuring the flute ; Scores featuring the alto saxophone ; Scores featuring the piano ; For 3 players ; For flute, alto saxophone, harp ; Scores featuring the harp. Contents 1 Performances 1.
Épitaphe de Jean Harlow, Op.164 (Koechlin, Charles)
Epitaphe de Jean Harlow, romance for flute, alto saxophone & piano, Op. 164