Gabriel Faure - Elegie for Violoncello and Piano; Op. 24 by : Gabriel Fauro : Jean-Christophe Monnier
Following the enthusiastic reception of his first Violin Sonata (HN 980); it was clear to Fauré that he would continue to write chamber music. In 1880 he wrote a little piece for cello and piano that was intended as the slow movement for a sonata. However; Fauré gave up the sonata project; instead publishing the piece under the title “Élégie.” It was so successful that Fauré was urged by the publisher to write further pieces. The conductor Édouard Colonne commissioned a version of the “Élégie” for orchestra in 1895; which was premièred two years later. As usual; this Henle Urtext edition contains both a marked and an unmarked solo part.
|Publisher||Henle Urtext Edition|
| Media ||Softcover|
| Length x Width ||12.2 x 9.25 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL51480563|
|Voicing Description||Score and Solo Part|
| 1st Publication Date||07/2013|
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