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A great team of soloists – needless to introduce them- united by their love for chamber music, two masterpieces in the rare repertoire of sextets for piano, wind and strings: this is a regal menu. Dohnanyi has place of honour, this giant of Hungarian culture, emulator of Brahms, contemporary of Bartók and one of the great victims of his country’s historical upheavals. His fascinating Sextet illustrates the quality, creativity and vitality of his writing. As to Penderecki, who reached the pantheon of musical glories of his period during his lifetime, he too composed a sextet for the same instruments at the end of last century. Ever since its creation at the Musikverein in Vienna, this work has imposed itself as a cornerstone in the catalogue of the great Polish master.