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The French composer Mélanie Bonis (1858-1937) came from a modest family of the Parisian petty bourgeoisie. Nothing is known about any musical background on her part: music remains her very personal passion. Immediately enchanted by your sensitive music, I gradually realized how varied the pieces were, both by their technical difficulties and by the richness of the harmonies and the melodies, so profound and sometimes poignant. The immense joy of playing this music has turned into responsibility: the responsibility of showing a jewel and making something shine that should be known as a matter of course, because it's just great." (Myriam Barbaux-Cohen)
The French composer Mélanie Bonis (1858-1937) came from a modest family of the Parisian petty bourgeoisie. Nothing is known about any musical background on her part: music remains her very personal passion. Immediately enchanted by your sensitive music, I gradually realized how varied the pieces were, both by their technical difficulties and by the richness of the harmonies and the melodies, so profound and sometimes poignant. The immense joy of playing this music has turned into responsibility: the responsibility of showing a jewel and making something shine that should be known as a matter of course, because it's just great." (Myriam Barbaux-Cohen)
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The French composer Mélanie Bonis (1858-1937) came from a modest family of the Parisian petty bourgeoisie. Nothing is known about any musical background on her part: music remains her very personal passion. Immediately enchanted by your sensitive music, I gradually realized how varied the pieces were, both by their technical difficulties and by the richness of the harmonies and the melodies, so profound and sometimes poignant. The immense joy of playing this music has turned into responsibility: the responsibility of showing a jewel and making something shine that should be known as a matter of course, because it's just great." (Myriam Barbaux-Cohen)
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