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Debussy: Sonatas & Piano Works

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Sonata for Cello & Piano, L. 135  
1.1
I. Prologue. Lent, sostenuto e molto risoluto
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
5:19
1.2
II. Sérénade. Modérément animé
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
3:54
1.3
III. Final. Animé, leger et nerveux
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
3:52
Sonata for Flute, Viola & Harp, L. 137  
1.4
I. Pastorale. Lento, dolde rubato
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
6:42
1.5
II. Interlude. Tempo di minuetto
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
5:43
1.6
III. Final. Allegro moderato ma risoluto
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
4:46
Sonata for Violin & Piano, L. 140  
1.7
I. Allegro vivo
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
5:22
1.8
II. Intermède: fantasque et léger
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
4:48
1.9
III. Finale: très animé
Claude Debussy; Pixels Ensemble
4:57
1.10
Toomai des Éléphants (completed by Robert Orledge)
Claude Debussy; Robert Orledge; Ian Buckle
6:21
1.11
Petite Valse (completed by Robert Orledge)
Claude Debussy; Robert Orledge; Ian Buckle
1:54
1.12
A Night in the House of Usher, L. 112 (completed by Robert Orledge)
Claude Debussy; Robert Orledge; Ian Buckle
6:58
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:36
This album concludes with three rarely heard piano pieces completed by Robert Orledge. Toomai des Éléphants inspired by Kipling was originally intended as No.11 in the second book of Preludes. Petite Valse , began as an 18 bar outline sketched in 1915, and receiving its world premiere recording 'A Night in the House of Usher' is a fantasy for piano (or organ) compiled from Debussy's sketches for the one act opera (1915-17)after Edgar Allan Poe which was left unfinished .
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