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Faure Edition

Faure / Warenberg / Orchestre De Paris
Release Date: 12/10/2013 
Label:  Brilliant Classics   Catalog #: 94750   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jerome DucrosJean-Marc Phillips-VarjabédianHenri DemarquetteJuliette Hurel,   ... 
Conductor:  Sir David WillcocksSerge BaudoMoshe AtzmónAndré Vandernoot,   ... 
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New Philharmonia OrchestraOrchestre de ParisOrchestre de Bretagne,   ... 
Number of Discs: 19 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

"Jean-Philippe Collard is an admirable pianist and a formidable musician who fully understands this elusive but rewarding French composer… good performances of his work such as these pieces rightly show us that there is passion as well as poetry beneath its graceful surface. If you can, try Barcarolle No. 10 in A minor for a sample of Faure at his most telling…Collard seems to me to have found exactly the right balance between sturdiness and graceful lyricism." -- Gramophone (reviewing the Collard piano recordings)

"To have Fauré's total output of melodies available is obviously a great boon for admirers of this refined, elegant and elusive composer and for students of the art of song-writing, but no
Read more one in his senses should try to listen to more than about half an hour of them at a stretch: they are too subtle and exquisitely wrought for their savour to be lost by wholesale consumption... So take this over-four-hour feast in very easy stages, stopping to observe Fauré's development over 60 years as well as to admire the artistry both of Ameling and Souzay and of their accomplished and sensitive pianist Baldwin... Souzay was, of course, an acknowledged master of the style... his La bonne chanson cycle is a model. The cool purity of Ameling's voice suits Fauré admirably, particularly delicious in songs like Les roses d'Ispahan or C'est l'extase..." -- Gramophone (reviewing the Ameling/Souzay recordings)

The latest in the invaluable series of single-composer editions and collections from Brilliant Classics is a tribute to an oft-acknowledged but little understood genius of the early 20th century, whose late work is as elliptical as any of the modernists to whom he seemed so passé, whose middle-period work is rooted in the then-wildly fashionable Wagnerisme, and whose early work already reveals the impeccable craftsmanship and refined aesthetic that lend his few works which are known to the musical public at large, such as the Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, their enduring appeal. But there is so much more to Gabriel Fauré, as this set reveals; not least that he was at heart a formal miniaturist, focusing on moment-to-moment response to words and phrases in the classics of French poetry (and some of his contemporaries too -- he was an exceptionally well-read man of diverse tastes) which he set as songs and song-cycles, and reflecting that ear for harmonic detail in the more abstract forms of piano genres which he inherited from Chopin and developed still further, so that the Nocturnes and Barcarolles are tinged with post-Wagnerian longing a world away from the pointed wit of his Souvenirs de Bayreuth. Perhaps the least familiar treasure in this box, full of idiomatic performances from native artists such as the conductor Serge Baudo and the pianist Jean-Phillippe Collard, is the classic recording made by French radio in 1956 of the composer's only opera, Pénélope, which takes a typically oblique view of the final scenes in Homer's Odyssey, where the hero returns home to find his long-suffering wife battling an increasingly vocal crowd of suitors who insist that her husband will never return. When he does, he exacts a bloody vengeance, but Fauré is more interested in the psychological condition of his heroine, which he charts with leitmotivic drama worthy of the Master of Bayreuth himself.

Other information:
- The first and only Fauré Edition on the market! No rival box set of Fauré's music available.
- Gabriel Fauré's music might be described as refined, intimate, sensual and atmospheric. He developed his style in a logical and organic way, from the German and French romantics into his own highly personal language, using an extended harmony and fleeting, melismatic melodies.
- Fauré's music is utterly French, chique, perfumed, refined and restrained, a world in itself, there to discover for the sensitive and discerning mind!
- This set offers a rich selection of his orchestral works (of course the famous Pavane, the Suite Masques et Bergamasques and the Dolly Suite), concertante works for solo instruments (flute, piano, violin, cello) and orchestra, the near complete chamber music (the core of his oeuvre, the splendid piano quartets and quintets, the cello sonatas and violin sonatas, the trio and quartet), so generous selection of his songs, master pieces in their genre, choral works and the eternal beauty of the Requiem, Fauré's most popular work.
- Superb performances of the Orchestre National de France/Michel Plasson, Staatskapelle Dresden/Sir Colin Davis, Elly Ameling, Gerard Souzay, Lucia Popp, Jacqueline Eymar, and many others.
- A unique set of a unique composer, a worthy addition to Brilliant Classics' Composer Editions!
- Detailed booklet notes by Malcolm MacDonald.
- Liner notes and sung texts can be downloaded at www.brilliantclassics.com

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FAURÉ Fauré Edition Various artists BRILLIANT 94750 (19 CDs: 1,142:17)


In my recent review of Brilliant Classics’ The Mussorgsky Edition in 37:5, I characterized virtually all the contents of the set as second choices for the works in question, but ones of such high quality that the collector of Mussorgsky’s music absolutely would want to have them. With this anthology of music by Gabriel Fauré, I will offer an overall similar judgment, but with the significant caveat that both “second choice” and an overall recommendation here are somewhat more problematic and conditional.


The contents of the set (virtually all relicensed from other labels) are as follows:


CDs 1–2: Orchestral works (Pavane, Dolly Suite, Masques et Bergamasques, Pelléas et Mélisande) and works for solo instrument and orchestra (the Ballade and the Fantaisie for piano, the concerto and the Berceuse for violin, the Elégie and the Romance for cello, and the Fantaisie for flute);


CDs 3–7: Chamber music (the piano quintets, piano quartets, piano trio, string quartet, cello sonatas, violin sonatas, the Elégie in the cello and piano version, and La bonne chanson for soprano plus string quintet and piano), plus the Sicilienne for flute and orchestra;


CDs 8–11: Complete solo piano music;


CDs 12–15: Complete mélodies for solo voice and piano;


CDs 16–17: Sacred choral music (Requiem, Cantique de Jean Racine, Messe basse, Maria mater gratiae, Tantum ergo [three settings], Ave verum);


CDs 18–19: Opera (Pénélope).


Of the purely orchestral works, the Pavane is the 1968 EMI recording with David Willcocks and the New Philharmonia (commended by Adrian Corleonis in 30:6), and the rest are from a 1969 EMI LP with Serge Baudo and the Orchestre de Paris. All are well played with clear affection, but all of the performances can likewise fairly be described as “stately”—on the slow side in tempo and measured in tread. (I don’t think I’ve ever heard a performance of the Pavane where the plucked string accompaniment sounded so much like a very slow-running clock ticking off seconds.) While there are many fine recordings of all of these works, a good standard reference is the two-CD set on EMI of Fauré’s complete orchestral works, conducted by Michel Plasson (reviewed by Corleonis in 12:1). The works for solo instruments and orchestra are all from a 2005 Timpani release, with Moshe Atzmon conducting the Orchestre de Bretagne and soloists Jéróme Ducros (piano), Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian (violin), Henri Demarquette (cello), and Juliette Hurel (flute). This disc is a highlight of the set; the performances are uniformly excellent, with the famous Elégie receiving one of the most beautifully rapt and intense but stylishly restrained readings I’ve ever heard. Even if you choose not to buy this set, do acquire that disc separately. Why the Sicilienne for flute and orchestra—undated by Brilliant, but taken from a 1990 Syrinx flute anthology CD with Marc Grauwels, André Vandernoot, and the Orchestre de Télévision Belgique (reviewed positively by John Bauman in 15:6)—is placed on CD 5 instead is one of those inscrutable mysteries characteristic of many Brilliant Classics anthologies.


Of the chamber music works, the two piano quintets, the two piano quartets, the piano trio, and the string quartet all come from an old Vox Box LP set (the piano quartets and quintets now available as a two-CD set); the trio dates from 1971 and the rest from 1966. The string quartet performance, by the Loewenguth Quartet, is quite mediocre and can immediately be set aside. The other works are performed by an ad hoc group of musicians comprised of violinists Günther Kehr and Werner Neuhaus (in the quintets), violist Erich Sichermann (in the quintets and piano quartets), cellist Bernhard Braunholz, and pianist Jacqueline Eymar. It was through their fine performances that I made my first acquaintance with these pieces, and I still retain a corresponding affection for their efforts. However, while these renditions still make for a nice, inexpensive introduction to this repertoire, they are now superseded by a goodly number of recordings by illustrious ensembles in superior recorded sound (more on which below). The cello sonatas come from a 1975 CRD release with Thomas Igloi (who died of a heart attack at age 29) and Clifford Benson; the violin sonatas are courtesy of a 1987 Hyperion disc with Krysia Osostowicz and Susan Tomes; and La bonne chanson stems from a 1980 CRD release with Sarah Walker and the Nash Ensemble. This version of the Elégie, recorded in 1999, is the only item in this anthology made by Brilliant Classics itself, taken from a 2006 two-CD set titled The Romantic Cello.


Back in 29:1 Adrian Corleonis reviewed a previous five-CD Brilliant Classics set of the violin and cello sonatas, La bonne chanson, the Elégie, and the aforementioned Loewenguth Quartet performance, coupled with different renditions of the piano quintets, quartets, and trio. Corleonis praised the violin sonatas CD as “classic,” the cello sonatas as “strong, competitive performances” with superior rivals, and the performance of the Elégie as “sensitively serviceable,” while dismissing “Sarah Walker’s maundering go at La bonne chanson.” I concur with all of his assessments (Walker was unfortunately past per vocal prime and suffers from unsteadiness of voice), except for his praise of the Loewenguth Quartet. However, for the Fauré chamber music enthusiast, all of these chamber works except for La bonne chanson can now conveniently and inexpensively be had in a five-CD budget box on the Erato label with the stellar line-up of violinist Renaud Capuçon, cellist Gautier Capuçon, violist Gérard Caussé, pianists Nicholas Angelich and Michel Dalberto, and the Quatuor Ebène, the only potential drawback being the highly reverberant (sometimes almost soupy) recorded sound. Except for an overwrought rendition of the Elégie, the performances there can stand comparison against all comers. Another fine choice, kept in print at mid-price by the good folks at ArkivMusic, is the older EMI series—in two sets rather than one—anchored by pianist Jean-Philippe Collard (reviewed by Corleonis back in 13:1). That series also includes two chamber works for flute and piano, but omits the Morceau de lecture for two cellos. For La bonne chanson, Anne Sofie von Otter on DG (likewise recommended by Corleonis) remains a prime recommendation.


To my knowledge, there have been four complete sets made of Fauré’s solo piano works, by Jean Doyen on Erato (long out of print), Jean-Philippe Collard (originally on EMI), Paul Crossley (CRD), and Kathryn Stott (Hyperion). Once again, Adrian Corleonis has discussed all of these in considerable detail in numerous reviews (see the Fanfare Archive), and once again I concur with his judgments. Briefly, the superb Doyen performances set the standard here; let us hope that either Warner sees fit finally to reissue this set in its current plethora of budget-box releases, or that ArkivMusic can be persuaded to license and reproduce it instead. The Collard performances presented here take a very honorable second place, being alert and stylish but lacking the breadth of subtle variety and imagination found in these pieces by Doyen; Crossley is heavy and dull; Stott elegant but superficial. Unless and until the Doyen set reappears, Collard is easily the set of choice, and one cannot beat Brilliant’s super-budget price here.


For the complete mélodies there are fewer alternatives and no single choice is completely satisfactory. On paper the present set, with Elly Ameling, Gérard Souzay, and Dalton Baldwin, also originally an EMI production, would seem to be well-nigh ideal. Unfortunately, by the time it was made (mostly in 1974, with a few items dating back to 1970), Souzay’s once remarkable voice was in decline. The magnificent interpretive artistry is still there, but the instrument no longer fully obeys him; in many forte passages the voice is strained and forced too hard, while in piano ones it is sometimes thin and hollow. Even so, there is enough left to afford much pleasure. Ameling is not always at her considerable best; there is an occasional unevenness to her vibrato, and she does not penetrate the texts as deeply for meaning as does Souzay. Even so, she too remains a significant interpreter. Of the two rival sets, the one on CRD with Sarah Walker, Tom Krause, and Malcolm Martineau can immediately be set aside due to Walker’s unsteady vocal production and Krause’s overly dark voice and lack of real affinity for this repertoire. The other, the Hyperion series with pianist Graham Johnson and eight different vocalists (Felicity Lott, Jennifer Smith, Geraldine McGreevy, Stella Doufexis, John Mark Ainsley, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, Steven Varcoe, and Christopher Maltman), presents somewhat stiffer but highly uneven competition. The choice items are those sung by Lott and Ainsley. McGreevy and Doufexis (both solid) are heard in only a few duets; Smith (who unfortunately is assigned several major song cycles) has an ungainly and over-matronly voice and zero interpretive sense; Fouchécourt is a competent but not distinguished light French tenor; Maltman is an insightful interpreter, but constantly tends to push too hard and become a bit unsteady; and Varcoe is simply disappointing (though not awful) in every way. However, Hyperion also provides complete French-English texts (as does CRD), instead of only the untranslated French texts originally supplied by EMI and licensed for downloading by Brilliant (see brilliantclassics.com/articles/f/faur%C3%A9-edition), and adds to that Johnson’s typically in-depth booklet notes and digital recorded sound. Overall, I would stick with this classic EMI set, despite the lack of translated texts.


The recording of the Requiem offered here—the 1985 Philips release of the 1902 full orchestral version, with Lucia Popp, Simon Estes, the Leipzig Radio Choir, and the Staatskapelle Dresden under the baton of Colin Davis—is the one major disappointment in the set, as Davis offers a plodding, clotted reading devoid of either transparency or solace. Given that Brilliant regularly licenses recordings from the Conifer label, a major opportunity was missed here to include the marvelous 1994 recording of Fauré’s original 1893 version with Richard Marlow conducting the Cambridge Trinity College Choir, my desert island choice for this work. But even if one prefers the 1902 version, there are a multitude of recordings of that which outclass this one. By contrast, the EMI release of the composer’s other and shorter sacred vocal works (plus the Cantique de Jean Racine) with the Groupe Vocale de France under John Alldis, retains a deserved status as a reference standard, even if (so far as I can tell) it remains the only complete compilation of those works on CD. Inexplicably, Brilliant has not licensed the French-English texts from EMI here, despite having obtained rights to the texts for the mélodies.


Finally, one comes to a great rarity, Fauré’s opera Pénélope. As with so many other fine French operas of the fin-de-siècle era (Paul Dukas’s Ariane et Barbe-bleue comes especially to mind), a superbly subtle musical score languishes in undeserved obscurity due to a combination of the overwhelming predominance of Italian and German operas and the overshadowing presence of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande. The plot is that of the climax of Homer’s Odyssey, when Ulysses, disguised as a beggar, finally arrives home, finds his wife Penelope still faithful after his 20 years’ absence, and exacts his bloody vengeance upon the craven suitors who have parasitically lived off the bounty of his household and sought the hand of his wife in marriage during that time. The work has received one studio recording, with a distinguished cast: the 1982 Erato set with Jessye Norman (Pénélope), Jocelyne Taillon (Euryclée), Alain Vanzo (Ulysse), Jean Dupouy (Antinoüs), Philippe Huttenlocher (Eurymaque), and José van Dam (Eumée), reissued by Warner in 2009 at a budget price but shorn of its libretto. While well sung technically, that studio version is emotionally sterile and fails to overcome the common consensus that the score is dramatically static. I have no such complaint, however, about the performance presented here: previously issued by the G.O.P. label (Grand Opera Performances, not the Republican Party!), it is one of four live performances currently in circulation (three on the indefatigable Line label of Cantus Classics, and the fourth on the Gala label). Uncredited by Brilliant as to its source, it is a live broadcast from May 24, 1956, and boasts a distinguished cast: Régine Crespin (Pénélope), Christiane Gayraud (Euryclée), Raoul Jobin (Ulysse), Joseph Peyron (Antinoüs), Robert Massard (Eurymaque), André Vessières (Eumée), and the RTF Orchestra and Chorus under the baton of Désiré-Emile Inghelbrecht. (The other three live performances are an earlier one with Ingelbrecht from 1951 with Crespin and Guy Chauvet, and a 1962 performance led by Jean Fournet featuring Berthe Monmart and Georges Jouatte, both from the Teatro Colón, and a 1977 outing with Josephine Veasey, André Turp, and the Cardiff Orchestra led by David Lloyd-Jones. None of these is competitive with either this performance or the Erato/Warner studio recording.) While both the singing and orchestral playing here are less polished technically than in the Erato release, and the monaural recorded sound is necessarily inferior (murky in the opening of act I, scene 1, but improving thereafter to an acceptable level) to the digital studio set, this version more than compensates with a sense of ardent commitment from the entire cast, that endows the score with the sense of dramatic thrust and forward momentum needed in order to make Fauré’s reserved lyricism release its underlying passion. Above all, Régine Crespin is a superlative heroine who completely overshadows the inexpressive, even clueless, Jessye Norman. While the lack of a libretto is a decided disadvantage, and requires one to hunt down a copy of the original Erato issue, I found this a deeply satisfying and engrossing performance, which by itself would make the entire set worth acquiring were it not available separately.


As with many of Brilliant’s mega-box sets, this one comes with a booklet offering an essay on the composer and an overview of his oeuvre, but the texts for the mélodies and the Requiem are (as noted above) available only through an online download. Overall, then, I would give this collection a qualified recommend as a solid but not stellar starter set for the collector desiring to add a lot of Fauré to his or her collection at a very reasonable price. The strongest entries are the two single discs of works for solo instruments with orchestra and the shorter choral works, followed by Pénélope and the collected piano works and melodies, with the orchestral and chamber works being solid but more variable in quality, and the Requiem the one major disappointment. For the serious Fauré devotee who has both the inclination and the necessary funds, I would recommend seeking out the superior alternatives I have cited, while giving consideration to this as a supplement due to its super-budget price.


FANFARE: James A. Altena
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Works on This Recording

1.
Pavane, Op. 50 by Gabriel Fauré
Conductor:  Sir David Willcocks
Orchestra/Ensemble:  New Philharmonia Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1887; France 
2.
Dolly, Op. 56 by Gabriel Fauré
Conductor:  Serge Baudo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Paris
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894-1897; France 
3.
Masques et bergamasques Suite, Op. 112 by Gabriel Fauré
Conductor:  Serge Baudo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Paris
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1919; France 
4.
Pelléas et Mélisande, Op. 80: Suite by Gabriel Fauré
Conductor:  Serge Baudo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Paris
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1898; France 
5.
Ballade for Piano in F sharp major, Op. 19 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jerome Ducros (Piano)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1877-1879; France 
6.
Fantasie for Piano and Orchestra in G major, Op. 111 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jerome Ducros (Piano)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1918; France 
7.
Berceuse for Violin and Piano in D major, Op. 16 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian (Violin)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1878-1879; France 
8.
Concerto for Violin, Op. 14 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian (Violin)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1878-1879; France 
9.
Elégie for Cello and Piano, Op. 24 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Henri Demarquette (Cello)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1880; France 
10.
Romance for Cello and Piano, Op. 69 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Henri Demarquette (Cello)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
11.
Fantaisie for Flute and Piano, Op. 79 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Juliette Hurel (Flute)
Conductor:  Moshe Atzmón
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestre de Bretagne
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1898; France 
12.
Quartet for Piano and Strings no 1 in C minor, Op. 15 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Günter Kehr (Violin), Jacqueline Eymar (Piano), Erich Sichermann (Viola),
Bernard Braunholz (Cello)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1876-1879; France 
Date of Recording: 1966 
13.
Quartet for Piano and Strings no 2 in G minor, Op. 45 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jacqueline Eymar (Piano), Erich Sichermann (Viola), Bernard Braunholz (Cello),
Günter Kehr (Violin)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1885-86; France 
Date of Recording: 1966 
14.
Quintet for Piano and Strings no 1 in D minor, Op. 89 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Bernard Braunholz (Cello), Jacqueline Eymar (Piano), Günter Kehr (Violin),
Werner Neuhaus (Violin), Erich Sichermann (Viola)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1890-1905; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
15.
Quintet for Piano and Strings no 2 in C minor, Op. 115 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Erich Sichermann (Viola), Bernard Braunholz (Cello), Günter Kehr (Violin),
Jacqueline Eymar (Piano), Werner Neuhaus (Violin)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1919-1921; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
16.
La bonne chanson, Op. 61 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Sarah Walker (Mezzo Soprano)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Nash Ensemble
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1892-1894; France 
17.
Trio for Piano and Strings in D minor, Op. 120 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Günter Kehr (Violin), Jacqueline Eymar (Piano), Bernhard Braunholz (Cello)
Period: Romantic 
Written: France 
18.
Sicilienne for Cello and Piano, Op. 78 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Marc Grauwels (Flute)
Conductor:  André Vandernoot
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Belgian Radio and Television Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1898; France 
19.
Sonata for Cello and Piano no 1 in D minor, Op. 109 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Clifford Benson (Piano), Thomas Igloi (Cello)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1917; France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
20.
Sonata for Cello and Piano no 2 in G minor, Op. 117 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Clifford Benson (Piano), Thomas Igloi (Cello)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1921; France 
Date of Recording: 1975 
21.
Elégie for Cello and Piano, Op. 24 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Wladislav Warenberg (Cello), Sara Crombach (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1880; France 
22.
Quartet for Strings in E minor, Op. 121 by Gabriel Fauré
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Loewenguth String Quartet
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1923-1924; France 
23.
Sonata for Violin and Piano no 1 in A major, Op. 13 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Krysia Osostowicz (Violin), Susan Tomes (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1875-1876; France 
Length: 26 Minutes 6 Secs. 
24.
Sonata for Violin and Piano no 2 in E minor, Op. 108 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Susan Tomes (Piano), Krysia Osostowicz (Violin)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1916-1917; France 
Length: 23 Minutes 11 Secs. 
25.
Nocturne for Piano no 1 in E flat minor, Op. 33 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1875; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 7 Minutes 50 Secs. 
26.
Nocturne for Piano no 2 in B major, Op. 33 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1881; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 54 Secs. 
27.
Nocturne for Piano no 3 in A flat major, Op. 33 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1882; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 1 Secs. 
28.
Nocturne for Piano no 4 in E flat major, Op. 36 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1884; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 7 Minutes 0 Secs. 
29.
Nocturne for Piano no 5 in B flat major, Op. 37 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1884; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 8 Minutes 26 Secs. 
30.
Nocturne for Piano no 6 in D flat major, Op. 63 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 9 Minutes 11 Secs. 
31.
Nocturne for Piano no 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 74 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1898; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 10 Minutes 2 Secs. 
32.
Pièces brèves (8) for Piano, Op. 84: no 8, Nocturne in D flat major by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1902; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 27 Secs. 
33.
Nocturne for Piano no 9 in B minor, Op. 97 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1908; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 50 Secs. 
34.
Nocturne for Piano no 10 in E minor, Op. 99 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1908; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 32 Secs. 
35.
Nocturne for Piano no 11 in F sharp minor, Op. 104 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1913; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 21 Secs. 
36.
Nocturne for Piano no 12 in E minor, Op. 107 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1915; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 42 Secs. 
37.
Nocturne for Piano no 13 in B minor, Op. 119 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1921; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 7 Minutes 12 Secs. 
38.
Theme and Variations for Piano in C sharp minor, Op. 73 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1895; France 
Date of Recording: 1973 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 16 Minutes 6 Secs. 
39.
Ballade for Piano in F sharp major, Op. 19 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1877-1879; France 
Date of Recording: 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 14 Minutes 33 Secs. 
40.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 1 in D flat major by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 31 Secs. 
41.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 2 in C sharp minor by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 9 Secs. 
42.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 3 in G minor by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 46 Secs. 
43.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 4 in F major by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 1 Minutes 39 Secs. 
44.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 5 in D minor by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 49 Secs. 
45.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 6 in E flat minor by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 49 Secs. 
46.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 7 in A major by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 35 Secs. 
47.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 8 in C minor by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 1 Minutes 8 Secs. 
48.
Preludes (9) for Piano, Op. 103: no 9 in E minor by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909-1910; France 
Date of Recording: 1980 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 49 Secs. 
49.
Barcarolle for Piano no 1 in A minor, Op. 26 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1880; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 28 Secs. 
50.
Barcarolle for Piano no 2 in G major, Op. 41 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1885; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 6 Minutes 27 Secs. 
51.
Barcarolle for Piano no 3 in G flat major, Op. 42 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1885; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 7 Minutes 20 Secs. 
52.
Barcarolle for Piano no 4 in A flat major, Op. 44 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1886; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 44 Secs. 
53.
Barcarolle for Piano no 5 in F sharp minor, Op. 66 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 56 Secs. 
54.
Barcarolle for Piano no 6 in E flat major, Op. 70 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1896; France 
Length: 3 Minutes 21 Secs. 
55.
Barcarolle for Piano no 7 in D minor, Op. 90 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1905; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 58 Secs. 
56.
Barcarolle for Piano no 8 in D flat major, Op. 96 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1906; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 16 Secs. 
57.
Barcarolle for Piano no 9 in A minor, Op. 101 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1909; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 55 Secs. 
58.
Barcarolle for Piano no 10 in A minor, Op. 104 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1913; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 52 Secs. 
59.
Barcarolle for Piano no 11 in G minor, Op. 105 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1913-1914; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 52 Secs. 
60.
Barcarolle for Piano no 12 in E flat major, Op. 106bis by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1915; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 58 Secs. 
61.
Barcarolle for Piano no 13 in C major, Op. 116 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1921; France 
Date of Recording: 1970 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 16 Secs. 
62.
Impromptu for Piano no 1 in E flat major, Op. 25 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1881; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 39 Secs. 
63.
Impromptu for Piano no 2 in F minor, Op. 31 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1883; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 3 Secs. 
64.
Impromptu for Piano no 3 in A flat major, Op. 34 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1883; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 41 Secs. 
65.
Impromptu for Piano no 4 in D flat major, Op. 91 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1905; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 24 Secs. 
66.
Impromptu for Piano no 5 in F sharp minor, Op. 102 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1908-1909; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 9 Secs. 
67.
Valse-caprice for Piano no 1 in A major, Op. 30 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1882; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 6 Minutes 25 Secs. 
68.
Valse-caprice for Piano no 2 in D flat major, Op. 38 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1884; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 6 Minutes 40 Secs. 
69.
Valse-caprice for Piano no 3 in G flat major, Op. 59 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1887-1893; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 6 Minutes 53 Secs. 
70.
Valse-caprice for Piano no 4 in A flat major, Op. 62 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1893-1894; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 6 Minutes 17 Secs. 
71.
Pièces brèves (8) for Piano, Op. 84 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1869-1902; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 17 Minutes 37 Secs. 
72.
Mazurka for Piano in B flat major, Op. 32 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1878; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 6 Minutes 18 Secs. 
73.
Romances sans paroles (3) for Piano, Op. 17 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1863; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 53 Secs. 
74.
Dolly, Op. 56 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Bruno Rigutto (Piano), Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894-1897; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 13 Minutes 48 Secs. 
75.
Souvenirs de Bayreuth by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Bruno Rigutto (Piano), Jean-Philippe Collard (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1888; France 
Date of Recording: BY 1983 
Venue:  Wagram Hall, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 12 Secs. 
76.
Le papillon et la fleur, Op. 1 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1861; France 
Date of Recording: 11/1981 
Language: French 
77.
Mai, Op. 1 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1862; France 
Date of Recording: 11/1981 
Language: French 
78.
Dans les ruines d'une abbaye, Op. 2 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1866; France 
Date of Recording: 11/1981 
Language: French 
79.
Les matelots, Op. 2 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1870; France 
Language: French 
80.
Seule!, Op. 3 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1871; France 
Language: French 
81.
Sérénade toscane, Op. 3 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1878; France 
82.
La chanson du pêcheur, Op. 4 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1872; France 
Language: French 
83.
Lydia, Op. 4 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1870; France 
Language: French 
84.
Chant d'automne, Op. 5 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1871; France 
Language: French 
85.
Rêve d'amour, Op. 5 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1862; France 
Language: French 
86.
L'absent, Op. 5 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1871; France 
Language: French 
87.
Aubade, Op. 6 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1873; France 
Language: French 
88.
Tristesse, Op. 6 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1873; France 
Language: French 
89.
Sylvie, Op. 6 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1878; France 
Language: French 
90.
Après un rêve, Op. 7 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1877; France 
Language: French 
91.
Hymne, Op. 7 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1870; France 
Language: French 
92.
Barcarolle, Op. 7 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1873; France 
Language: French 
93.
Au bord de l'eau, Op. 8 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1875; France 
Language: French 
94.
La rançon, Op. 8 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1871; France 
Language: French 
95.
Ici bas!, Op. 8 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1874; France 
Language: French 
96.
Puisqu'ici-bas, Op. 10 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1863/1873; France 
Language: French 
97.
Tarantelle, Op. 10 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1873; France 
Language: French 
98.
Nell, Op. 18 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1878; France 
Language: French 
99.
Le voyageur, Op. 18 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1878; France 
Language: French 
100.
Automne, Op. 18 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1878; France 
Language: French 
101.
Poème d'un jour, Op. 21 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1878; France 
Language: French 
102.
Les berceaux, Op. 23 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1879; France 
Language: French 
103.
Notre amour, Op. 23 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1879; France 
Language: French 
104.
Le secret, Op. 23 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1880-1881; France 
Language: French 
105.
Chanson d'amour, Op. 27 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1882; France 
Language: French 
106.
La fée aux chansons, Op. 27 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1882; France 
Language: French 
107.
Aurore, Op. 39 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1884; France 
Language: French 
108.
Fleur jetée, Op. 39 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1884; France 
Language: French 
109.
Le pays des rèves, Op. 39 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1884; France 
Language: French 
110.
Les roses d'Ispahan, Op. 39 no 4 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1884; France 
Language: French 
111.
Noël, Op. 43 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1886; France 
Language: French 
112.
Nocturne, Op. 43 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1886; France 
Language: French 
113.
Les présents, Op. 46 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1887; France 
Language: French 
114.
Clair de lune, Op. 46 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1887; France 
Language: French 
115.
Les larmes, Op. 51 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1888; France 
Language: French 
116.
Au cimetière, Op. 51 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1888; France 
Language: French 
117.
Spleen, Op. 51 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1888; France 
Language: French 
118.
La rose, Op. 51 no 4 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1890; France 
Language: French 
119.
Shylock Suite, Op. 57: no 1, Chanson by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1889; France 
Language: French 
120.
Shylock Suite, Op. 57: no 2, Madrigal by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1889; France 
Language: French 
121.
Mélodies (5), Op. 58 "de Venise" by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1891; France 
Language: French 
122.
La bonne chanson, Op. 61 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1892-1894; France 
Language: French 
123.
Pleurs d'or, Op. 72 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1896; France 
Language: French 
124.
Le parfum impérissable, Op. 76 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1897; France 
Language: French 
125.
Arpège, Op. 76 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1897; France 
Language: French 
126.
Prison, Op. 83 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
Language: French 
127.
Soir, Op. 83 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
Language: French 
128.
Dans la forêt de Septembre, Op. 85 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1902; France 
Language: French 
129.
La fleur qui va sur l'eau, Op. 85 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1902; France 
Language: French 
130.
Accompagnement, Op. 85 no 3 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1902; France 
Language: French 
131.
Le plus doux chemin, Op. 87 no 1 "Madrigal" by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1904; France 
Language: French 
132.
Le ramier, Op. 87 no 2 "Madrigal" by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1904; France 
Language: French 
133.
Le don silencieux, Op. 92 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1906; France 
Language: French 
134.
Chanson, Op. 94 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1906; France 
Language: French 
135.
La chanson d'Eve, Op. 95 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1906-1910; France 
Language: French 
136.
Le jardin clos, Op. 106 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1914; France 
Language: French 
137.
Mirages, Op. 113 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1919; France 
Language: French 
138.
C'est la paix, Op. 114 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1919; France 
Language: French 
139.
L'horizon chimérique, Op. 118 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Gérard Souzay (Baritone), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1921; France 
Language: French 
140.
L'aurore by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1871; France 
Language: French 
141.
En prière by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Elly Ameling (Soprano), Dalton Baldwin (Piano)
Language: French 
142.
Sérénade du bourgeois gentilhomme by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Gérard Souzay (Baritone)
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1893; France 
Language: French 
143.
Chanson de Melisande, Op. posthumous by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1898; France 
Language: French 
144.
Vocalise-étude by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Dalton Baldwin (Piano), Elly Ameling (Soprano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1906; France 
Language: French 
145.
Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  François-Henri Houbart (Organ)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1865; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 5 Minutes 10 Secs. 
Language: French 
146.
Messe basse by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  François-Henri Houbart (Organ), Béatrice Gaucet (Soprano)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1882/1906; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 9 Minutes 57 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
147.
Maria Mater gratiae, Op. 47 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Pascal Sausy (Baritone), François-Henri Houbart (Organ), Graham O'Reilly (Tenor)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1888; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 36 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
148.
Salve Regina, Op. 67 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Cecile Claude (Soprano), François-Henri Houbart (Organ)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1895; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 44 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
149.
Ecce fidelis servus, Op. 54 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  François-Henri Houbart (Organ)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1889; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 48 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
150.
Madrigal, Op. 35 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Michel Tranchant (Piano)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1883; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 4 Minutes 4 Secs. 
Language: French 
151.
Pleurs d'or, Op. 72 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Michel Tranchant (Piano), Cecile Claude (Soprano), Brian Parsons (Tenor)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1896; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 40 Secs. 
Language: French 
152.
Le ruisseau, Op. 22 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Veronique Hazan (Soprano), Michel Tranchant (Piano)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1881; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 39 Secs. 
Language: French 
153.
Tantum Ergo in A major, Op. 55 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  François-Henri Houbart (Organ), Fabrice Pierre (Harp), Brian Parsons (Tenor)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: ?1890; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 49 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
154.
Tantum Ergo in E major, Op. 65 no 2 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Sylvie Deguy (Alto), François-Henri Houbart (Organ), Doris Reinhardt (Mezzo Soprano),
Annie Brion (Soprano)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 2 Minutes 24 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
155.
Tantum Ergo in F major, Op. posthumous by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Glenn Chambers (Tenor), François-Henri Houbart (Organ)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1904; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 1 Minutes 39 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
156.
Ave Verum, Op. 65 no 1 by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  François-Henri Houbart (Organ)
Conductor:  John Alldis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Groupe Vocal de France
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1894; France 
Date of Recording: 05/1983 
Venue:  Saint-Jean Temple, Paris, France 
Length: 3 Minutes 49 Secs. 
Language: Latin 
157.
Pénélope by Gabriel Fauré
Performer:  Christiane Gayraud (Alto), Geneviève Macaux (Soprano), Régine Crespin (Soprano),
Madeleine Gagnard (Mezzo Soprano), Michel Hamel (Tenor), Bernard Demigny (Baritone),
Robert Massard (Baritone), Joseph Peyron (Tenor), Raoul Jobin (Tenor),
André Vessieres (Bass), Nicole Robin (Soprano), Françoise Ogéas (Soprano)
Conductor:  Désiré-Emile Inghelbrecht
Orchestra/Ensemble:  French National Radio Orchestra,  French National Radio Chorus
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1907-1912; France 
Date of Recording: 05/24/1956 
Venue:  Live  France 
Language: French 

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