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Weekend Gramophone - Marcel Mule Plays Debussy - 1955

Weekend Gramophone with Saxophonist Marcel Mule with the French Radio Symphony conducted by Manuel Rosenthal in a performance of Rhapsodie Orientale by Claude Debussy. Recorded approximately 1955.

<strong>Marcel Mule - Legendary French Saxophone Player.</strong>


The legendary Saxophonist Marcel Mule is featured on this weeks installment of the Weekend Gramophone. He's accompanied by the French Radio Symphony, conducted by the venerable Manuel Rosenthal in a performance of the Rhapsodie Orientale by Claude Debussy.

Although it hasn't been confirmed, the guess is this recording, made for French Radio, was recorded around 1955.

Whenever it was recorded it's a magnificent Radio example from one of France's premier and most legendary Saxophonists.

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