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Nocturnes and barcarolles for solo piano

by Gabriel Fauré

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0486279553, Paperback)

The music of Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924) is an important link between the innovations of late Romanticism and the experimentation of the early-20th century.  These 12 nocturnes and 12 barcarolles, composed over a span of 40 years, document his move from Romanticism to the frontiers of 20th-century music. Reprinted from authoritative French editions.

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The music of Gabriel Faur (1845-1924) is an important link between the innovations of late Romanticism and the experimentation of the early 20th century. A student of Saint-Sans, he, in turn, taught Ravel and was a mentor to the young modernists of Les Six. These 12 nocturnes and 12 barcarolles, composed over a span of 40 years, document his move from Romanticism to the frontiers of 20th-century music. Reprinted from authoritative French editions.… (more)

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