Various Instrumental Works by Gabriel Fauré

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Various Instrumental Works by Gabriel Fauré


Sobaskie, James William, Notes


VARIOUS INSTRUMENTAL WORKS BY GABRIEL FAURE Gabriel Fauré. Sonata No. 1 in A Major for Violin and Piano Op. 13 (1875-6). César Franck. Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano (1886). Reprints of the Breitkopf & Härtel editions (Edition Breitkopf Nr. 2569 and Nr. 5234). Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, c!997. [Score, 84 p.; and part. ISBN 0-486-29703-9. $11.95.]

Gabriel Fauré. Sonate Nr. 2 e-Moll Opus 108 für Violine und Klavier. Herausgegeben von Alex van Amerongen; Bezeichnung der Violinstimme von Herman Krebbers. Frankfurt am Main: C. F. Peters, c1998. [Score, p. 2-60; concluding remarks in Ger., Fr., Eng., p. 62-63; Revisionsbericht, p. 64; and part. ISMN M-014-10425-2; Edition Peters Nr. 9891a; E.P. 13151. $17.50.]

Gabriel Fauré. Deuxième Sonate Op. 117 für Violoncello und Klavier. Herausgegeben von Werner Thomas-Mifune. Lottstetten; Adliswil: Edition Kunzelmann; sole agents: New York: C. F. Peters, c2001. [Score, p. 2-39; and part. GM 642. $13.95.]

Gabriel Fauré. Elegie Op. 24 für Violoncello und Klavier. Herausgegeben von Werner Thomas-Mifune. Lottstetten; Adliswil: Edition Kunzelmann; sole agents: New York: C. F. Peters, c2001. [Score, p. 3-11; and part. GM 643a. $7.95.]

Gabriel Fauré. Papillon op. 77 aus "Les Soirées Intimes" für Violoncello und Klavier. Herausgegeben von Werner Thomas-Mifune. Lottstetten; Adliswil: Edition Kunzelmann; sole agents: New York: C. F. Peters, c2001. [Score, p. 3-11; and part. GM 643. $12.95.]

Gabriel Fauré. Anthology of Selected Pieces for Cello and Piano. Edited by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c2000. [Pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. iii-viii; score, 43 p.; crit. commentary, p. 44-47; and part. ISMN M-57708-297-4; Edition Peters no. 7571. $14.95.] Contains: Elegie, op. 24; Pièce pour violoncelle (Papillon), op. 77; Romance, op. 69; Sicilienne, op. 78; Sérénade, op. 98; Andante; Berceuse, op. 16; Morceau de lecture.

Gabriel Fauré. Élégie Op. 24, Sicilienne Op. 78 for Violoncello and Piano. Urtext edition by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c1994. [Pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. 3-4; score, p. 5-14; crit. commentary, p. 15-19; and part. Edition Peters no. 7385. $12.25.]

Gabriel Fauré. Anthology of Selected Pieces for Flute and Piano. Edited and arranged by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c!999. [Pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. iv-x; text to Pavane, p. xi; score, p. 2-51; crit. commentary in Eng., p. 52-53; and part. ISMN M-57708-158-8; Edition Peters no. 7514. $15.95.] Contains: Fantaisie, op. 79; Morceau de lecture (Sarabande); Interlude from Pelléas et Melisande, op. 80; Pavane, op. 50; Sicilienne, op. 78; Air de danse from Caligula, op. 52; Morceau de lecture (Barcarolle); Berceuse, op. 16; Berceuse from Dolly, op. 56; Vocalise-Etude.

Gabriel Fauré. Anthology of Original Pieces for Violin and Piano. Edited by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c1999. [Pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. iii-vii; score, 27 p.; crit. commentary, p. 28-30; and part. ISMN M-57708-159-5; Edition Peters no. 7515. $14.95.] Contains: Berceuse, op. 16; Morceau de lecture; Romance, op. 28; Andante, op. 75.

Gabriel Fauré. Dolly Op. 56 for Piano Duet. Urtext edition by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c!995. [Pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. 3-5; score, p. 6-53; crit. commentary in Eng., p. 54-56. ISMN M-57708-017-8; Edition Peters no. 7430. $11.]

Gabriel Fauré. Pièces brèves pour piano Op. 84. Urtext. Edited by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c2003. [Pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. iv-ix; score, p. 6-53; crit. commentary in Eng., p. 31-35. ISMN M-57708-461-9; Edition Peters no. 7601. $12.95]

Gabriel Fauré. Sonata No. 1 Op. 13 for Violin and Piano. Urtext. Edited by Roy Howat. London: Edition Peters, c!998. [Frontispiece (facsim. reprod, of leaf from MS); pref. in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. 4-13; score, p. 14-79; crit. commentary in Eng., p. 80-87; and part. ISMN M-57708-007-9; Edition Peters no. 7487. $17.95.]

A dramatic resurgence of interest in Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924) has been underway for over three decades. …

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