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Operatic Soprano Chen Reiss on re-attributing credit to romantic composer Fanny Hansel

By France24
12 May 2022   |   7:50 am
Operatic Soprano Chen Reiss began singing at the age of 14 in her native Israel. She has since toured the world and taken part in many recordings of classics and soundtracks. Her new album explores the work of romantic composer Fanny Hensel, whose music was often attributed to her brother Felix Mendelssohn. She stopped by the FRANCE 24 studio to tell Marjorie Hache more.

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