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Naxosnews7 recording of the unknown Leon de Saint-Lubin + Festival Classique in The Hague

June 21, 2008 at 11:37 AM

Naxos has recorded the unknown Leon de Saint-Lubin
Here a piece of this good but forgotten composer on Youtube. It has 4 ratings with the maximum of 5 stars "awesome" and 4 positive comments and 407 views in 5 days.

Anastasia Khitruk recorded a CD of music by Leon de Saint-Lubin for Naxos Records. Produced in Toronto by Bonnie & Norbert Kraft
(Of course the big man behind this project is another blogger Jonathan Frohnen)

Furthermore I was at the Festival Classique in The Hague, Netherlands. A friend made this foto of a short pianoconcert of a pianist behind a car for 100 persons and other traffic passing by. The driver only stopped 10 minutes and after the concert of 10 minutes they drove on to the next place on another street to give again a concert. They were happy that it was good whether

From John Allison
Posted on June 21, 2008 at 1:55 PM
Stories and sights like these are why life is good!

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