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Liszt cleverly condenses Berlioz’s epic soundscape, with the result that orchestral textures are clarified and sharply delineated (especially when in the powerful hands of Piers lane). If Kurt Roger’s Hindemith-like sonata makes for an odd coupling for the Berlioz, Liszt’s haunting Romance oubliée is a delightful sorbet between them.

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