Philippe Graffin continues to explore and expand the violin repertoire. Following on from discoveries such as the chamber version of Chausson’s Poème, original settings of works by Debussy, Saint-Saëns, and the Elgar violin concerto or the forgotten violin concerto of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, to name but a few, Philippe has now discovered and unknown sonata by Eugene YSAYE and violinists around the world are now realising that there are, in fact, SEVEN solo sonatas by Ysaÿe.[UNIQID]

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