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Oliver Triendl, piano.
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In his "Bagatelle", Wustin also returns to the original French meaning of the term: "trifle, flirtation" and to the "Sympathie", a more modern term for a bagatelle utilised since 1988 to denote bagatelles associated with a homage.
http://www.petrushka-project.com/works/composers/show,20868.html
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