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French Resonance: Gabriel Pierné - Louis Vierne

Elsa Grether, François Dumont

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Violin Sonata in D Minor, Op. 36  
1
I. Allegretto
Gabriel Pierné; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
9:02
2
II. Allegretto tranquilo
Gabriel Pierné; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
5:35
3
III. Andante non troppo - Allegro un poco agitato
Gabriel Pierné; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
8:04
Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 23  
4
I. Allegro risoluto
Louis Vierne; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
7:15
5
II. Andante sostenuto
Louis Vierne; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
11:28
6
III. Intermezzo
Louis Vierne; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
4:13
7
IV. Largamente - Allegro agitato
Louis Vierne; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
13:22
8
Romance for Violin and Piano in B-Flat Major, Op. 28
Gabriel Fauré; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
5:45
Trois mélodies, Op. 23  
9
No. 1 Les berceaux for Violin and Piano in B-Flat Minor
Gabriel Fauré; Elsa Grether; François Dumont
2:48
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    67:32
Following her critically-acclaimed album Poème mystique, violinist Elsa Grether returns after a two year break with French Resonance, this time accompanied by pianist François Dumont. Balanced and expressive, the duo's extreme precision allows the music to reveal itself with refinement and delicacy. Their intimate programme highlights rarely performed fin de siècle French masterpieces by Pierné and Vierne, closing with two gems by Gabriel Fauré.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fuga Libera Studio Masters

Recording: August 3-6, 2015, Studio IV, Flagey (Belgium)
Recording, editing, mixing & mastering engineer: Aline Blondiau
Cover picture: Collection particulière © Comité Caillebotte, Paris
Design: Mpointproduction
Producer: Elsa Grether
Executive producer: Aliénor Mahy

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