Franck Variations symphoniques pour piano et orchestre

Variations Symphoniques (Symphonic Variations) catalogued as M. 46, is the title of a work for piano and orchestra composed in 1885 by César Franck. It's in the key of F-sharp minor (with the last movement in F-sharp major). A typical performance lasts about fifteen minutes. The work was dedicated to Louis Diémer, who on 15 March 1885 had premiered Les Djinns – a symphonic poem for piano and orchestra that brought Franck one of his rare critical successes. He promised to reward Diémer with "a little something", and the similarly scored Symphonic Variations was the result.
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