Gabriel Fauré / Paul Crossley - The 13 Barcarolles album
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Gabriel Urbain Fauré (12 May 1845 – 4 November 1924) was a French composer, organist, pianist and teacher
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Paul Crossley, piano - Barcarolle Nr. 1 a-moll op. 26 5:03. 3 Ges-Dur op. 42 7:30.
Fauré: The 13 Barcarolles. Count: 13. Views: 5. Fauré: The 13 Barcarolles tracks. Barcarolle No. 12 in E flat major, Op. 106b. 11 in G minor, Op. 105. 13 in C major, Op. 116. 6 in E flat major, Op. Songs: 13. Artists: Paul Crossley. Paul Crossley, Paul Crossley, piano, Габриэль Форе - Barcarolle No. 116 04:03. 70 03:47. 9 in A minor, Op. 101 04:47. 8 in D flat major, Op. 96 03:37. 1 in A minor, Op. 26 05:03. 4 in A flat major, Op. 44 04:15
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Gabriel Fauré composed his Barcarolles over several decades, in much the same way he wrote the Nocturnes, Impromptus, and other short pieces throughout his career; as a result, these evocative miniatures represent the development of his mature style, from the early Chopinesque parlor pieces to the more ambiguous reveries of the late period. Dating from 1880 to 1921, the Barcarolles were not originally conceived as a set, and weren't organized by key relationships or any other unifying musical device, yet they still have a consistency of mood and style expressed through the use of rolling.
The French composer Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924) wrote in many genres, including songs, chamber music, orchestral pieces, and choral works. His compositions for piano, written between the 1860s and the 1920s, include some of his best known works. Fauré's major sets of piano works are thirteen nocturnes, thirteen barcarolles, six impromptus, and four valses-caprices
Composers Fauré, Gabriel Urbain (1845-1924). The 13 Barcarolles of Fauré, composed over the course of almost four decades (1882-1921), are highly representative of his piano oeuvre and are considered his most characteristic works. Michael Endres recorded these pieces for Oehms Classics at WDR in Cologne in May 2017.
|Bacarolle No. 1 In A Minor, Op. 26||5:00|
|Bacarolle No. 2 In G Major, Op. 41||7:19|
|Bacarolle No. 3 In G Flat Major, Op. 42||7:25|
|Bacarolle No. 4 In A Flat Major, Op. 44||4:10|
|Bacarolle No. 5 In F Sharp Minor, Op. 66||7:35|
|Bacarolle No. 6 In E Flat Major, Op. 70||3:42|
|Bacarolle No. 7 In D Minor, Op. 90||3:22|
|Bacarolle No. 8 In D Flat Major, Op. 96||3:31|
|Bacarolle No. 9 In A Minor, Op. 101||4:42|
|Bacarolle No. 10 In A Minor, Op. 104 No. 2||3:42|
|Bacarolle No. 11 In G Minor, Op. 105||4:50|
|Bacarolle No. 12 In E Flat Major, Op. 106bis||3:10|
|Bacarolle No. 13 In C Major, Op. 116||3:58|
|CRD 1122||Gabriel Fauré / Paul Crossley||Gabriel Fauré / Paul Crossley - The 13 Barcarolles (LP, Album)||CRD Records||CRD 1122||UK||1984|
|CRDC 4122||Paul Crossley||Fauré - The 13 Barcarolles (Cass, Album)||CRD Records||CRDC 4122||UK||1984|