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Before he inconvenienced everyone by dying, Rossini composed his Péchés de vieillesse (Sins of Old Age), one of which was the ‘Prélude, thème et variations pour cor’, featured in a new release of charming pieces for horn and mezzo by a variety of 19th-century composers. Alessandro Denabian plays a natural horn from the 1830s with almost alarming alacrity, and Lucia Cirillo sings elegantly, with Francesca Bacchetta as their accomplished pianist.

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