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Track(s) taken from CDS44601/4

Mazurka in B flat major, Op 32

composer
circa 1875

Kathryn Stott (piano)
Recording details: September 1994
St George's, Brandon Hill, United Kingdom
Produced by Andrew Keener
Engineered by Tony Faulkner
Release date: April 1995
Total duration: 6 minutes 7 seconds

Cover artwork: Landscape near Menton (1883) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919)
 
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Fauré’s solitary Mazurka (c1875) is an early, idiosyncratic tribute to Chopin. The Trio is notably appealing, the nostalgic, over-the-shoulder glance at a revered master charming. But it is significant that, unlike Chopin who wrote fifty-eight Mazurkas, Fauré never repeated the experiment.

from notes by Bryce Morrison © 1995

La Mazurka solitaire de Fauré (c1875) est un premier hommage caractéristique à Chopin. Le Trio est remarquablement émouvant, le charmant regard nostalgique jeté en arrière sur un maître vénéré. Mais, de façon significative, contrairement à Chopin qui écrivit cinquante-huit Mazurkas, Fauré ne répéta jamais l’expérience.

extrait des notes rédigées par Bryce Morrison © 1995
Français: Catherine Loridan

Faurés einzige Mazurka (c1875) ist ein früher, ureigener Tribut an Chopin. Das auffallend ansprechende Trio wirkt wie ein sehnsüchtiger Blick über die Schulter, zu einem verehrten Meister hin. Aber es ist bezeichnend, daß Fauré, im Gegensatz zu Chopin, welcher achtundfünfzig Mazurkas schrieb, dieses Experiment niemals wiederholte.

aus dem Begleittext von Bryce Morrison © 1995
Deutsch: Angelika Malbert

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