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245 00 French chamber music.|nI/II /|cFrançois Goetghebeur, 
       director ; CLC Productions, Lyon TV, Mezzo. 
264  1 [Place of publication not identified] :|bCLC Productions :
       |bLyon TV :|bMezzo,|c[2010] 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (1 video file (1 hr., 16 min., 25 sec.))
       :|bsound, color 
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505 0  Piano, clarinet and cello trio in D minor, op. 120 / 
       Gabriel Fauré -- Cello and piano sonata no. 1 in D minor ;
       First rhapsody for clarinet / Claude Debussy -- Piano and 
       string quintet in C minor, op. 115 / Gabriel Fauré. 
511 0  Paul Meyer, clarinet ; François Salque, cello ; Eric Le 
       Sage, piano ; Ébène Quartet. 
518    |oRecorded|d2010 October 16|pSalle Pleyel, Paris, France. 
520    For the first concert of a week-end dedicated to French 
       chamber music, the Ébène Quartet performs works by Fauré 
       and Debussy. It is accompanied by the pianist Eric Le Sage
       and joined by the clarinettist Paul Mayer and the cellist 
       François Salque. Composers of the golden age of French 
       chamber music are highlighted during a whole week-end. 
       Indeed, Fauré, Debussy, Franck, Ravel and other great 
       composers widely contributed to renew the repertoire. 
       Through these small instrumental groups, some of them 
       seemed to find a new way to express a musical interiority 
       and pure motives, contrasting with the musical power of 
       symphonic works. The concert begins with Gabriel Fauré's 
       Piano, Clarinet and Cello Trio in D Minor, the only trio 
       he composed. When he composed it (between 1922 and 1923), 
       it was unusual to associate a piano, a clarinet and a 
       cello. The "ideal French piano aesthetics and clarity" 
       (Die Zeit) that characterize Eric Le Sage's performance, 
       the expressiveness of Paul Meyer's clarinet and François 
       Salque's cello enhance the unique sweetness in Fauré's 
       chamber music. The Cello and Piano Sonata No. 1 in D Minor
       composed by Debussy in 1915 was part of a project in which
       Debussy wanted to compose six French sonatas. He could not
       end this project before his death but left us three 
       sonatas. Then in the First Rhapsody for Clarinet composed 
       by Debussy, who loved the clarinet's "romantic sweetness",
       the musical motives seem to be spread on a palette with 
       puzzling or impressionist colours, that mostly 
       characterize the composer's style. The concert ends with 
       one of the greatest works of French chamber music, with 
       the Piano and Strings Quintet in C Minor composed by Fauré
       in almost two years. In 1921, its premiere was a success. 
       The expressiveness of this work is in particular brightly 
       developed by the importance given to the piano. 
588 0  Vendor-supplied metadata. 
650  0 Trios (Piano, clarinet, cello) 
650  0 Piano quintets. 
650  7 Piano quintets.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01063466 
650  7 Trios (Piano, clarinet, cello)|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01861725 
655  7 Internet videos.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01750214 
655  7 Internet videos.|2lcgft 
700 1  Goetghebeur, François,|efilm director. 
700 1  Meyer, Paul|c(Clarinetist),|einstrumentalist. 
700 1  Salque, François,|einstrumentalist. 
700 1  Le Sage, Éric,|d1964-|einstrumentalist. 
700 12 |iContainer of (work):|aFauré, Gabriel,|d1845-1924.|tTrio,
       |mpiano, violin, cello,|nop. 120,|rD minor. 
700 12 |iContainer of (work):|aDebussy, Claude,|d1862-1918.
       |tSonatas,|mcello, piano. 
700 12 |iContainer of (work):|aDebussy, Claude,|d1862-1918.
       |tRhapsodies,|mclarinet, piano. 
700 12 |iContainer of (work):|aFauré, Gabriel,|d1845-1924.
       |tQuintets,|mpiano, violins (2), viola, cello,|nno. 2, op.
       115,|rC minor. 
710 2  Ébène Quartet,|einstrumentalist. 
710 2  CLC Productions,|eproduction company. 
710 2  Lyon TV,|eproduction company. 
710 2  Mezzo (Television station : Paris, France),|eproduction 
856 40 ||u
       restricted to current Rider University students, faculty, 
       and staff. 
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948    |d20170313|cRDT original load 
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