La Belle Époque 3

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Better known in its orchestral incarnation, Ravel’s enchanting Pavane brought the composer his first great success.

Among the most beautiful examples of the fusing of chamber music and song are Chausson’s last completed work, the intensely moving Chanson perpétuelle, and Fauré’s joyfully passionate celebration of love, La bonne chanson.

Ravel’s only piano trio, a feast of colour and near-orchestral sonorities, demands the greatest virtuosity from all three players.

Ravel Pavane pour une infante défunte (for solo piano)
Chausson Chanson perpétuelle
Fauré La bonne chanson
Ravel Piano Trio

Tom Poster piano
Elena Urioste violin
The Navarra Quartet
Raphaela Papadakis
soprano (above)
Karim Sulayman tenor


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