Fauré: Cello Sonatas/Sicilienne/Elegie mp3 downloadTitle: Fauré: Cello Sonatas/Sicilienne/Elegie
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Written in the summer of 1917, during. Cellist Maria Kliegel and her partner, pianist Nina Tichman, score another impressive coup with some of the most abundantly lyrical works of French composer Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924). The lilting Sicilienne, Op. 78 has another of Fauré's most famous melodies, taken from his music for Pélleas et Mélisande. The recital also includes Romance, Op.
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Album · 1974 · 8 Songs. Cello Sonata No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 109: III. Allegro Comodo. 4. Sicilienne, Op. 78: Andantino. 5. 2 in G Minor, Op. 117: I. Allegro. 6. 117: II. Andante.
Fauré’s Cello Sonatas are late works, characterised by long, highly charged sequences, lyrically static, but reaching strange heights of intensity. Both, therefore, are difficult to shape and need visionary performers – which, fortunately, we have here. Too often Fauré is approached with dreamy smoothness, so a sense of virility is welcome. Steven Isserlis’s gritty but debonair approach here is more successful (BMG), but there the comparison ends: this duo benefit from a far clearer and better balanced recording.
Composer: Fauré, Gabriel. Composer: Fauré, Gabriel. 109. 19:51.
Fauré: Sicilienne, Op. Fauré: Cello Sonata No. 117. 17:27.
The two cello sonatas are among the masterpieces of the cello repertoire, looking back to the nineteenth century but also with an edginess that may well reflect the time in which they were written-during and immediately after the First World War. Remarkably, Fauré was in his seventies by the time he wrote them. There’s some debate as to how fast the last movement of the first sonata should go-so Alban Gerhardt has recorded two alternative versions, to be programmed to the listener’s taste
|Sonata for cello & piano No. 1 in D minor, Op. 109|
|4||Sicilienne, for cello & piano, Op. 78||3:58|
|Sonata for cello & piano No. 2 in G minor, Op. 117|
|8||Élégie for cello & piano or orchestra in C minor, Op. 24||7:00|
CreditsBob Auger - Balance Engineer
Clifford Benson - Piano
Ronald Crichton - Liner Notes
Julian Hann - Photography
Simon Lawman - Producer
Claude-Oscar Monet - Cover Painting