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Allegro Molto Moderato - Gabriel Fauré, Domus* - Piano Quartets (No.1 In C Minor, Op 15 / No.2 In G


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Label: Hyperion - A66166 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
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6 Comments to Allegro Molto Moderato - Gabriel Fauré, Domus* - Piano Quartets (No.1 In C Minor, Op 15 / No.2 In G

  1. Vuktilar says:
    Allegro molto moderato. The first movement is in sonata form. The commentator Carl Dahlhaus refers to the "almost opulent cantabile and extreme refinement of texture" of the opening movements of both of Fauré's piano quartets.
  2. Fausida says:
    Feb 13,  · In his two piano quartets, Faure followed the Germanic quartet structure that was established by Haydn and Mozart. The first quartet was composed around , early in his career, and first performed in , but Faure was dissatisfied with the final movement and wrote a new one in /5(12).
  3. Vulrajas says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Piano Quartets (No. 1 In C Minor, Op 15 / No. 2 In G Minor, Op 45) on Discogs.
  4. Shazilkree says:
    The coda is primarily based on the opening theme but also reintroduces the molto tranquillamente melody now at double speed, and ends quietly in the major. Allegro molto. The C minor scherzo is the shortest of the four movements. It is in a fast 6/8 metre with a syncopated piano theme.
  5. Zugis says:
    Of all the members of the freshly formed Société Nationale de Musique Française, the chamber music of Gabriel Fauré was among the more successful and has endured most prominently into modern times. The two piano quartets, Opp. 15 and 45, are two of the finest examples of his extensive output/
  6. Dishicage says:
    Gabriel Fauré () Piano Quartet No. 2 in G minor, Op. 45 () It has been said that Gabriel Fauré was the most important French Composer between Berlioz and Debussy, particularly in the genre of instrumental music.

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