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  1. Gabriel Faure: 50 Songs: High Voice (The Vocal Library)
  2. Gabriel Fauré: The Songs and their Poets (Guildhall Research Studies) by Graham Johnson, 2009-10-01
  3. Requiem: Vocal Score (Music Sales America) by Desmond Ratcliffe, 2004-01-01
  4. Interpreting the Songs of Gabriel Faure by Robert Gartside, 1997-10
  5. Requiem: For Four-Part Chorus of Mixed Voices With Soprano and Baritone Soli (Choral Large Works) by Gabriel Faure, 1986-11
  6. Gabriel Fauré: A Musical Life by Jean-Michel Nectoux, 2004-12-16
  7. Gardens of Rome (Beaux Pays) by Gabriel Faure, 1960-12
  8. Gabriel Faure (1845 - 1924) by Charles Koechlin, 1900
  9. Requiem Op. 48 with Faure's Original Chamber Instrumentation (Chorus, with Chamber Orchestra and Organ) by Gabriel Faure, 1984
  10. Gabriel Faure: 1845-1924 by Charles L. Koechlin, 1976-06
  11. The Correspondence of Camille Saint-Saens and Gabriel Faure: Sixty Years of Friendship by Jean-Michel Nectoux, J. Barrie Jones, et all 2004-11-30
  12. Gabriel Faure: His Life Through His Letters by Gabriel Faure, 1984-06
  13. Gabriel Faure: A Life in Letters by Gabriel Faure, 1990-06
  14. Gabriel Faure (Da Capo Press Music Reprint Series) by Emile Vuillermoz, 1983-02

1. Gabriel Fauré | Classical Music Composer
About classical music composer Gabriel Fauré life, biography, compositions, sheet music, recordings, CDs, books.
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3. Gabriel Faure --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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4. Pavane - Gabriel Faure
Gabriel Faure took the rhythm for this piece from the slow, stately Spanish Court Dance known as a Pavane. It was originally composed for a small orchestra

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6. Kennedy Center: Biographical Information For Gabriel-Urbain Faure
Gabriel Faur, a French composer and organist, was born on May 12th, 1845 in the southern French town of Pamiers. His music, characterized by unusual

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Gabriel Fauré (18451924). Works by Gabriel Fauré performed by I Medici di McGill. Pelleas Melisande Suite. Public Concert 2003-02-24
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Gabriel Fauré In paradisum from Requiem, Opus 48. SATB Piano, or Organ, or Harp, Strings Organ Latin English, plus a wordby-word English translation
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10. Gabriel Faure - Britannica Concise
championed American and French piano works by such composers as Aaron Copland, Peter Mennin, Gabriel Faure, and Francis Poulenc. Throughout his career he
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died Nov. 4, 1924, Paris French composer. Born into the minor aristocracy, he enrolled at age nine in a Paris music school, where he studied with Maurice Ravel and Nadia Boulanger (1913), and Masques et bergamasques (1919), the orchestral suite (1898), two piano quartets (1879, 1886), numerous piano nocturnes and barcaroles, a famous Requiem (1900), and many beautiful songs. document.writeln(AAMB2); Images and Media: More on "Gabriel Faure" from Britannica Concise Jaques-Dalcroze, Emile - Swiss music educator and composer. requiem mass - Musical setting of the mass for the dead. Boulanger, Nadia (-Juliette) - French music teacher and conductor. Ravel, (Joseph-) Maurice - French composer. More on "Gabriel Faure" from the 32 Volume Faure, Gabriel - composer whose refined and gentle music influenced the course of modern French music. Johannesen, Grant - American pianist (b. July 30, 1921, Salt Lake City, Utah-d. March 27, 2005, near Munich, Ger.), championed American and French piano works by such composers as Aaron Copland, Peter Mennin, Gabriel Faure, and Francis Poulenc. Throughout his career he toured extensively, particularly with the New York Philharmonic and the Cleveland Orchestra. He enjoyed a stellar career as a teacher, most notably ... solfeggio - vocal exercises sung to the solmization syllables (do, re, mi, etc.) and, by extension, vocalizes, or exercises sung to a single vowel, often florid and difficult to master. Solfeggio collections survive from the 17th century onward, with examples by leading composers of 18th-century opera, such as Nicola Porpora (also a singer and famed singing teacher) and Alessandro Scarlatti and, reaching ...

11. Gabriel Fauré
Fauré s stylistic development can be traced from the sprightly or melancholy song settings of his youth to the bold, forceful late instrumental works,
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Introduction (born Pamiers, 12 May 1845; died Paris, 4 November 1924). He trained at the Ecole Niedermeyer (1854-65) as organist and choirmaster, coming under the influence of and his circle while working as a church musician (at Rennes, 1866-70; St. Sulpice, 1871-3; the Madeleine, from 1874) and giving lessons. Though he met Liszt and was fascinated by Wagner , he sought a distinctive style in his piano pieces and numerous songs, which had to be composed during summer holidays. Recognition came slowly owing to the modernity of his music. In 1892 he became national inspector of of the provincial conservatories, and in 1896 chief organist at the Madeleine and composition professor at the Conservatoire, where his pupils included Ravel , Koechlin, Roger-Ducasse, Enescu and Nadia Boulanger; from 1905 to 1920 he was the Conservatoire's resolute and influential director, becoming celebrated for the vocal and chamber masterpieces he produced until his death. op. 61) and three collections each of twenty pieces (1879, 1897, 1908). In chamber music he enriched all the genres he attempted, while his works for piano (chiefly nocturnes, barcarolles and impromptus) embody the full scope of his stylistic evolution. Among his few large-scale works, the popular and delicately written Requiem op. 48 and the "song opera"

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... Home Page Gabriel Faurè Life In the rigid official musical establishment of Paris in the latter half of the 19th century Gabriel Faurè won acceptance with difficulty. He was a pupil of Camille Saint-Saens at the Louis Niedermeyer School. He played the organ in various Parisian churches for many years and eventually became chief organist and choirmaster at La Madeleine. In 1897 he became a teacher at the Paris Conservatoire, where his pupils included Boulanger, Ravel and Enescu He was appointed director of the Conservatoire in 1905 and introduced a number of necessary reforms. Fauré retired in 1920, after which he was able to devote himself more fully to composition, notably two final chamber works, a piano trio and a string quartet. The most outstanding characteristic of his music is its elegance and reserve. Gabriel Fauré Works In 1893 Faurè wrote incidental music for a production of Molière's Le bourgeois gentilhomme. The Sicilienne for this production was later used again in incidental music for Maeterlinck's play "Pellèas et Mèlisande" and later still won popularity in a variety of arrangements, including the composer's own orchestral version and arrangement for violin or cello and piano.

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with ease. Education Career and Works Trois Romances sans Paroles Le Papillon et la fleur , Op. 1, No. 1, and , Op. 7, No. 1. Maurice Ravel Messe de Requiem , and secular music like the well known Pavane , premiered in 1913, ran for 17 performances that year, and was revived after the war. He wrote scores for several plays including Shylock and Automne Les Berceaux , and Le Voyageur for cello and piano begins as a funeral march. The Master's Legacy Although Ravel was to test this open-mindedness considerably Of our admiration for you, Maitre, I need not speak here - we must prove it. But I want to thank you one last time... It is sweet for us to know that when all else is over... your noble soul will still be here, and the memory of your boundless goodness intact. Do not your immortal works preserve their imperishably sweet flavour? Some Significant Works
  • Dans les ruines d'une abbaye - op. 2, no. 1 (Victor Hugo)

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took over his teaching duties, he was finally introduced to the previously mentioned composers who had a string influence in his future compositions. He began to compose, and in 1865 he graduated from that school of music, winning first prize in composition. He began his career as an organist in Rennes. He then enlisted in the army and upon his return to Paris he began the Society for the promotion of modern French composers along with other composers of the time. In 1887, he began to compose his most famous piece, Requiem, which was for string orchestra and choir. With this piece, his reputation grew and he was appointed as the professor of composition at the Paris Conservatoire. With the added income from this position, he could focus more on his work rather than worrying about his financial status. At the age of 60 he was finally receiving the recognition he deserved. His masterpiece, an opera called Penelope, was possibly his greatest work, but due the bankruptcy of the opera house where it was to be played, it never gained the respect that it deserved. He slowly began to seclude himself due to the onset of deafness. His pieces began to become more mellow as seen in Violin Sonata #2 and Cello Sonata #1. He retired from his position at the Paris Conservatoire and he died in 1924.

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b Pamiers, 1845; d Paris, 1924). Fr. composer and organist. Org., St Sauveur, Rennes, 1866-70, ass. org. St Sulpice, Paris, 1871-4; choirmaster from 1877 at the Madeleine, org. 1896-1905. Prof. of comp., Paris Cons. 1896, dir. 1905-20. Pupils incl. Ravel, N. Boulanger, Enescu, Schmitt, Koechlin, and Roger-Ducasse. Mus. critic, Le Figaro is regarded by many as a masterpiece. His best-known work is the Requiem , comp. and rev. between 1877 and 1899, but it did not achieve general popularity until after World War II despite the earlier advocacy of Nadia Boulanger. Prin. works:
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Genre Year ... 9 Pr©ludes B Barcarolle No. 1 in A minor Barcarolle No. 4 in A flat Major Berceuse op. 16 Name ... opus C Cantique de Jean Racine D Dolly suite F Fantaisie in G major Fantasy for flute and piano L La Bonne Chanson N Nocturne No. 11 in F sharp minor Nocturne No. 13 in B minor P Piano Quintet No. 1 in D minor Piano Trio in D Minor R Requiem S Sicilienne
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