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Fauré, Chausson & Satie: Piano Trios

Fidelio Trio

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Piano Trio in G Minor, Op. 3  
1
I. Pas trop lent
Ernest Chausson; Fidelio Trio
10:03
2
II. Vite
Ernest Chausson; Fidelio Trio
4:00
3
III. Assez lent
Ernest Chausson; Fidelio Trio
7:15
4
IV. Animé
Ernest Chausson; Fidelio Trio
8:42
Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 120  
5
I. Allegro, ma non troppo
Gabriel Fauré; Fidelio Trio
6:08
6
II. Andantino
Gabriel Fauré; Fidelio Trio
8:45
7
III. Allegro vivo
Gabriel Fauré; Fidelio Trio
4:46
Messe des Pauvres  
8
VII. Prière pour le salut de mon âme (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
3:29
Le Piège de Méduse  
9
I. Quadrille (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:44
10
II. Valse (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:46
11
III. Pas vite (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:38
12
IV. Mazurka (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:26
13
V. Un peu vif (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:16
14
VI. Polka (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:27
15
VII. Quadrille (arr. for Piano Trio by John White)
Erik Satie; Fidelio Trio
0:25
Total Playing Time    56:50
Following on from their acclaimed Resonus debut, the Fidelio Trio continues its exploration of the French piano trio with this impressive new recording of works by Gabriel Fauré, Ernest Chausson, and Erik Satie.

Chausson’s opulent and lyrical Op. 3 piano trio from 1881 is joined by Fauré’s only work in this chamber music genre – the heartfelt Piano Trio in D minor, Op. 120 – composed during the latter part of his life. The album is completed with arrangements by John White of works by Erik Satie – selections from his only liturgical work, "the Messe des Pauvres", and the incidental music to his own play, "Le Piège de Méduse".
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

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