Nineteenth-century French Song: Fauré, Chausson, Duparc, and Debussy

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Indiana University Press, 1998 - 402 páginas
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"I am immensely impressed by the scholarship and painstakingly detailed analysis." —George Jellinek

Song by song, this comprehensive study addresses the works of Fauré, Chausson, Duparc, and Debussy, four composers who brought to the magnificent poetry of their contemporaries the delicacy, sensitivity, and voluptuousness that characterize French music from 1865 to 1914.

 

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Índice

La Chanson du pêcheur
1
Seule
7
Amour dantan
8
Chant dautomne
14
Aubade
20
Hymne
27
Icibas
34
Soupir
35
Ernest Chausson
178
Ariettes oubliées
307
Deux Romances
322
La Mer est plus belle
330
Fêtes galantes I
337
Chansons de Bilitis
355
Fêtes galantes 11
363
Trois chansons de France
370

Pòeme dun jour
41
Notre amour
47
Nuit détoiles
75
vi
137
Le Promenoir des deux amants
376
Trois Chansons de Mallarmé 1913
389
Index of First Lines
400
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Barbara Meister is an accompanist, chamber musician, solo pianist, and lecturer on art songs.

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