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Gabriel Fauré

May 12, 1845 - November 4, 1924
born in Pamiers, Ariège, France, composed during the Romantic period
When Gabriel Fauré was a boy, Berlioz had just written La damnation de Faust and Henry David Thoreau was writing Walden. By the time of his death, Stravinsky had written The Rite of Spring and World War I had ended in the devastation of Europe. In this dramatic period in history, Fauré strove to bring together the best of traditional and progressive music and, in the process, created some of the most exquisite works in the French repertoire. He was one of the most advanced figures in French musical circles and influenced a generation of composers world-wide.

Fauré was the youngest child of a school headmaster and spent many hours playing the harmonium in the chapel next to his father's school. Fauré's father enrolled the 9-year-old as a boarder at the École Niedermeyer in Paris, where he remained for 11 years, learning church music, organ, piano, harmony, counterpoint, and literature. In 1861, Saint-Saëns joined the school and introduced Fauré and other students to the works of more contemporary composers such as Schumann, Liszt, and Wagner. Fauré's earliest songs and piano pieces date from this period, just before his graduation in 1865, which he achieved with awards in almost every subject. For the next several years, he took on various organist positions, served for a time in the Imperial Guard, and taught. In 1871 he and his friends -- d'Indy, Lalo, Duparc, and Chabrier -- formed the Société Nationale de Musique, and soon after, Saint-Saëns introduced him to the salon of Pauline Viardot and Parisian musical high society. Fauré wrote his first important chamber works (the Violin Sonata No. 1 and Piano Quartet No. 1), then set out on a series of musical expeditions to meet Liszt and Wagner. Throughout the 1880s, he held various positions and continued to write songs and piano pieces, but felt unsure enough of his compositional talents to attempt anything much larger than incidental music. Fauré's pieces began to show a complexity of musical line and harmony which were to become the hallmarks of his music. He began to develop a highly original approach to tonality, in which modal harmony and altered scales figured largely. The next decade, however, is when Fauré came into his own. He was named composition professor at the Paris Conservatoire in 1896. His music, although considered too advanced by most, gained recognition amongst his musical friends. This was his first truly productive phase, seeing the completion of his Requiem, the Cinq Mélodies, and the Dolly Suite, among other works. Using an economy of expression and boldness of harmony, he built the musical bridge over which his students -- such as Maurice Ravel and Nadia Boulanger -- would cross on their journey into the twentieth century. In 1905, he was named director of the conservatory and made several significant reforms. Ironically, this position gave his works more exposure, but it reduced his time for composition and came when he was increasingly bothered by hearing problems. Fauré's works of this period show the last, most sophisticated stages of his writing, streamlined and elegant in form. During World War I, Fauré essentially remained in Paris and had another extremely productive phase, producing, among other things, Le Jardin clos and the Fantaisie for piano and orchestra, Op. 111, which show a force and violence that make them among the most powerful pieces in French music. In 1920 he retired from the school, and the following year gave up his music critic position with Le Figaro, which he had held since 1903. Between then and his death in 1924, he would produce his great, last works: several chamber works and the song cycle L'horizon chimérique. ~ Rovi Staff, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Faure: Complete Chamber Music for Strings and Piano

Disc 1
Title: Sonata For Solo String & Piano No. 1 In A Major, Op. 13
Title: Berceuse, For Violin & Piano (Or Orchestra) In D Major, Op. 16
Title: Romance For Violin & Piano (Or Orchestra) In B Flat Major, Op. 28
Title: Andante For Violin & Piano In B Flat Major, Op. 75
Title: Morceau De Lecture, For Violin & Piano
Title: Sonata For Violin & Piano No. 2 In E Minor, Op. 108
Disc 2
Title: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 109
Title: éLégie For Cello & Piano Or Orchestra In C Minor, Op. 24
Title: Papillon, For Cello & Piano, Op. 77
Title: Romance For Cello & Piano, Op. 69
Title: Sérénade, For Cello & Piano In B Minor, Op. 98
Title: Sicilienne, For Cello & Piano, Op. 78
Title: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 117
Disc 3
Title: Piano Trio In D Minor, Op. 120
Title: String Quartet In E Minor, Op. 121
Disc 4
Title: Piano Quartet No. 1 In C Minor, Op. 15
Title: Piano Quartet No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 45
Disc 5
Title: Piano Quintet No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 89
Title: Piano Quintet No. 2 In C Minor, Op. 115
Title: Morceau De Lecture, For Violin & Piano
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Track List: Faure: Orchestral Works & Incidental Music

Disc 1
Title: Pelléas Et Mélisande, Incidental Music And Suite For Orchestra, Op. 80
Title: Masques Et Bergamasques, Musical Comedy In 1 Act, Op. 112
Title: Shylock, Incidental Music And Suite For Tenor & Orchestra, Op. 57
Disc 2
Title: Ballade For Piano & Orchestra (Or Piano Solo) In F Sharp Major, Op. 19
Title: éLégie For Cello & Piano Or Orchestra In C Minor, Op. 24
Title: Berceuse, For Violin & Piano (Or Orchestra) In D Major, Op. 16
Title: Fantaisie For Piano & Orchestra In G Major, Op.111
Title: Les Djinns, For Chorus & Orchestra Or Piano, Op. 12
Title: Caligula, Incidental Music For Female Chorus & Orchestra, Op. 52
Title: Pénélope, Opera In 3 Acts
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Track List: Faure: Piano Music

Title: Thème Et Variations, For Piano In C Sharp Minor, Op. 73
Title: Valse-caprice For Piano No. 1 In A Major, Op. 30
Title: Valse-caprice For Piano No. 2 In D Flat Major, Op. 38
Title: Nocturne For Piano No. 5 In B Flat Major, Op. 37
Title: Nocturne For Piano No. 6 In D Flat Major, Op. 63
Title: Nocturne For Piano No. 13 In B Minor, Op. 119
Title: Ballade For Piano & Orchestra (Or Piano Solo) In F Sharp Major, Op. 19
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Track List: Faure: Requiem and other choral music

Title: Requiem, For 2 Solo Voices, Chorus, Organ & Orchestra, Op. 48
Title: Offertoires (2) For Vocal Soloists, Chorus & Organ, Op. 65
Title: Ave Maria, Sacred Song For Mezzo-soprano (or Baritone) & Organ In A Flat Major, Op. 67/2
Title: Maria Mater Gratiae, Offertory For Tenor, Baritone & Organ, Op. 47/2
Title: Cantique De Jean Racine, For 4-part Chorus & Organ (Or Orchestra), Op. 11
Title: Messe Basse, For Solo Voices, Chorus & Organ
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Track List: Fauré - Mélodies / Souzay · Ameling · Baldwin

Disc 1
Title: Songs (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 1
Title: Mai, Song For Voice & Piano In F Major, Op. 1/2
Title: Rêve D'Amour ("S'il Est In Charmant Gazon"), Song For Voice & Piano In E Flat Major, Op. 5/2
Title: Songs (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 2
Title: Lydia, Song For Voice & Piano In F Major, Op. 4/2
Title: Hymne, Song For Voice & Piano In G Major, Op. 7/2
Title: Seule!, Song For Voice & Piano In E Minor, Op. 3/1
Title: L'absent ("Sentiers Où L'herbe Se Balance"), For Voice & Piano In A Minor, Op. 5/3
Title: L'aurore, Song For Voice & Piano In A Flat Major, Op. Posth.
Title: La Rançon, Song For Voice & Piano In C Minor, Op. 8/2
Title: Rêve D'Amour ("S'il Est In Charmant Gazon"), Song For Voice & Piano In E Flat Major, Op. 5/2
Title: Aubade, Song For Voice & Piano In F, Op. 6/1
Title: Tristesse, Song For Voice & Piano In C Minor, Op. 6/2
Title: Chanson Du Pêcheur ("Ma Belle Amie Est Morte"), Song For Voice & Piano Or Orchestra In F Minor ("lamento"), Op. 4/1
Title: Barcarolle For Voice & Piano In G Minor, Op. 7/3
Title: Duets (2) For 2 Sopranos And Piano, Op. 10
Title: Ici-Bas!, Song For Voice & Piano In F Sharp Minor, Op. 8/3
Title: Au Bord De L'eau ("S'asseoir Tous Deux Au Bord Du Flot"), Song For Voice & Piano, Op. 8/1
Title: Sérénade Toscane ("O Tu Che Dirmie Riposata Stai"), For Voice & Piano In B Flat Minor, Op. 3/2
Title: Après Un Rêve ("Dans Un Sommeil"), Song For Voice & Piano, Op. 7/1
Title: Sylvie, For Voice & Piano In F Major, Op. 6/3
Title: Le Voyageur, Song For Voice & Piano In A Minor, Op. 18/2
Title: Automne, Song For Voice & Piano In B Minor, Op.18/3
Disc 2
Title: Poème D'un Jour, Song Cycle (3) For Voice And Piano, Op. 21
Title: Nell, Song For Voice & Piano In G Flat Major, Op. 18/1
Title: Songs (3) For Voice & Piano, Op. 23
Title: Songs (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 27
Title: Songs (4) For Voice & Piano, Op. 39
Title: Nocturne, Song For Voice & Piano In E Flat Major, Op. 43/2
Title: Songs (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 46
Title: Larmes, Songs For Voice & Piano In C Minor, Op. 51/1
Title: Au Cimetière, Song For Voice & Piano In E Minor, Op. 51/2
Title: En Prière, Canticle For Voice & Organ (or Orchestra) In E Flat Major
Title: Noël, Song For Voice And Piano With Or Without Harmonium Ad Lib, Op. 43/1
Title: Spleen, For Voice & Piano In D Minor, Op. 51/3
Title: La Rose, Song For Voice & Piano In F Major, Op. 51/4
Title: Shylock, Incidental Music And Suite For Tenor & Orchestra, Op. 57
Title: Cinq Mélodies 'de Venise', Song Cycle For Voice & Piano, Op. 58
Title: Sérénade Toscane ("O Tu Che Dirmie Riposata Stai"), For Voice & Piano In B Flat Minor, Op. 3/2
Disc 3
Title: La Bonne Chanson, Song Cycle (9) For Voice & Piano (or String Quintet & Piano), Op. 61
Title: Songs (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 76
Title: Pleurs D'or, For 2 Voices & Piano In E Flat Major, Op. 72
Title: Mélisande's Song, For Voice & Orchestra, Op. Posth (orchestrated By Koechlin)
Title: Songs (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 83
Title: Dans La Forêt De Septembre, Song For Voice & Piano In G Flat Major, Op. 85/1
Title: La Fleur Qui Va Sur L'eau, Song For Voice & Piano, Op. 85/2
Title: Accompangnement, Song For Voice & Piano In G Flat Major, Op. 85/3
Title: Madrigals (2) For Voice & Piano, Op. 87
Title: Le Don Silencieux, Song For Voice & Piano In E Major, Op. 92
Title: Chanson, Song For Voice & Piano In E Minor, Op. 94
Title: Vocalise-étude, Song For Voice & Piano In E Minor
Disc 4
Title: La Chanson D'eve, Song Cycle (10) For Voice & Piano, Op. 95
Title: Le Jardin Clos, Song Cycle (8) For Voice & Piano, Op. 106
Title: Mirages, Song Cycle (4) For Voice & Piano, Op. 113
Title: C'est La Paix!, Song For Voice & Piano, Op.114
Title: L'horizon Chimérique, Song Cycle (4) For Voice & Piano, Op. 118
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Track List: Fauré: Chamber Music (Box Set)

Disc 1
Title: Piano Quintet No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 89
Title: Piano Quintet No. 2 In C Minor, Op. 115
Disc 2
Title: Piano Quartet No. 1 In C Minor, Op. 15
Title: Piano Quartet No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 45
Disc 3
Title: La Bonne Chanson, Song Cycle (9) For Voice & Piano (or String Quintet & Piano), Op. 61
Title: Piano Trio In D Minor, Op. 120
Disc 4
Title: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 109
Title: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 117
Title: String Quartet In E Minor, Op. 121
Title: éLégie For Cello & Piano Or Orchestra In C Minor, Op. 24
Disc 5
Title: Sonata For Solo String & Piano No. 1 In A Major, Op. 13
Title: Sonata For Violin & Piano No. 2 In E Minor, Op. 108
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Track List: Fauré: Four Hand Piano Music

Title: Souvenir De Bayreuth, For Piano Or Four Hands
Title: Pièces Brèves (8), For Piano, Op. 84
Title: Masques Et Bergamasques, Suite For Piano, 4 Hands, Op. 112
Title: Allegro Symphonique, For Piano, 4 Hands, Op. 68 (Arranged By Boëllmann From Suite, Op. 20)
Title: Dolly, Suite For Piano, 4 Hands Or Orchestra, Op. 56
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Track List: Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve and other songs

Title: Le Papillon Et La Fleur, Song For Voice & Piano In C Major, Op. 1/1
Title: Chanson Du Pêcheur ("Ma Belle Amie Est Morte"), Song For Voice & Piano Or Orchestra In F Minor ("lamento"), Op. 4/1
Title: Rêve D'Amour ("S'il Est In Charmant Gazon"), Song For Voice & Piano In E Flat Major, Op. 5/2
Title: Songs (3) For Voice & Piano, Op. 7
Title: Aubade, Song For Voice & Piano In F, Op. 6/1
Title: Songs (3) For Voice & Piano, Op. 7
Title: Toujours, Song For Voice & Piano (Poème D'un Jour), Op. 21/2
Title: Les Berceaux, Song For Voice & Piano In B Flat Minor, Op. 23/1
Title: Le Secret ("Je Veux Que Le Matin L'ignore Le Nom"), Song For Voice & Piano In D Flat Major, Op. 23/3
Title: Aurore, Song For Voice & Piano In G Major, Op. 39/1
Title: Les Roses D'Ispahan For Voice & Piano (or Orchestra) In D Major, Op. 39/4
Title: En Prière, Canticle For Voice & Organ (or Orchestra) In E Flat Major
Title: Les Présents, Song For Voice & Piano In F Major, Op. 46/1
Title: La Chanson D'eve, Song Cycle (10) For Voice & Piano, Op. 95
Title: Spleen, For Voice & Piano In D Minor, Op. 51/3
Title: Green, Song For Voice & Piano (Mélodies 'de Venise'), Op. 58/3
Title: En Sourdine, Song For Voice & Piano (Cinq Mélodies 'de Venise'), Op. 58/2
Title: Mandoline, Song For Voice & Piano (Cinq Mélodies 'de Venise'), Op. 58/1
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Track List: Fauré: Orchestral Music

Title: Masques Et Bergamasques, Suite For Orchestra, Op. 112
Title: Dolly, Suite For Piano, 4 Hands Or Orchestra, Op. 56
Title: Shylock, Incidental Music And Suite For Tenor & Orchestra, Op. 57
Title: Pelléas Et Mélisande, Incidental Music And Suite For Orchestra, Op. 80
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 13 in C major, Op. 116
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Track List: Fauré: Piano Music Complete

Disc 1
Title: Nocturnes (3) for piano, Op. 33
Title: Nocturne for Piano No. 4 in E Flat Major, Op. 36
Title: Nocturne For Piano No. 5 In B Flat Major, Op. 37
Title: Nocturne For Piano No. 6 In D Flat Major, Op. 63
Title: Nocturne for piano No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 74
Title: Nocturne for piano No. 8 in D flat major (also in Huit pièces brèves), Op. 84/8
Title: Nocturne for piano No. 9 in B minor, Op. 97
Title: Nocturne for Piano No. 10 in E Minor Op. 99
Title: Nocturne for piano No. 11 in F sharp minor, Op. 104/1
Disc 2
Title: Nocturne for piano No. 12 in E minor, Op. 107
Title: Nocturne For Piano No. 13 In B Minor, Op. 119
Title: Thème Et Variations, For Piano In C Sharp Minor, Op. 73
Title: Ballade For Piano & Orchestra (Or Piano Solo) In F Sharp Major, Op. 19
Title: Préludes (9) For Piano, Op. 103
Disc 3
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 1 in A minor, Op. 26
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 2 in G major, Op. 41
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 3 in G flat major, Op. 42
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 4 in A flat major, Op. 44
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 5 in F sharp minor, Op. 66
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 6 in E flat major, Op. 70
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 7 in D minor, Op. 90
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 8 in D flat major, Op. 96
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 9 in A minor, Op. 101
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 10 in A minor, Op. 104/2
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 11 in G minor, Op. 105
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 12 in E flat major, Op.106
Title: Barcarolle for piano No. 13 in C major, Op. 116
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 25
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 2 in F minor, Op. 31
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 3 in A flat major, Op. 34
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 4 in D flat major, Op. 91
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 5 in F sharp minor, Op. 102
Disc 4
Title: Valse-caprice For Piano No. 1 In A Major, Op. 30
Title: Valse-caprice For Piano No. 2 In D Flat Major, Op. 38
Title: Valse-caprice for piano No. 3 in G flat major, Op. 59
Title: Valse-caprice for piano No. 4 in A flat major, Op. 62
Title: Pièces Brèves (8), For Piano, Op. 84
Title: Mazurka for piano in B flat major, Op. 32
Title: Romances Sans Paroles (3) For Piano, Op. 17
Title: Dolly, Suite For Piano, 4 Hands Or Orchestra, Op. 56
Title: Souvenir De Bayreuth, For Piano Or Four Hands
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Track List: Fauré: Piano Works Vol. 5

Title: Préludes (9) For Piano, Op. 103
Title: Pénélope, Opera In 3 Acts
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 25
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 2 in F minor, Op. 31
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 3 in A flat major, Op. 34
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 4 in D flat major, Op. 91
Title: Impromptu for piano No. 5 in F sharp minor, Op. 102
Title: Impromptu For Piano No. 6 In D Flat Major (transcribed From Impromptu For Harp By Cortot), Op. 86bis
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Track List: Musique De Chambre, Vol.1

Disc 1
Title: Sonata For Solo String & Piano No. 1 In A Major, Op. 13
Title: Sonata For Violin & Piano No. 2 In E Minor, Op. 108
Title: Berceuse, For Violin & Piano (Or Orchestra) In D Major, Op. 16
Title: Romance For Violin & Piano (Or Orchestra) In B Flat Major, Op. 28
Title: Andante For Violin & Piano In B Flat Major, Op. 75
Title: Morceau De Lecture, For Violin & Piano
Title: Sicilienne, For Cello & Piano, Op. 78
Title: éLégie For Cello & Piano Or Orchestra In C Minor, Op. 24
Disc 2
Title: Romance For Cello & Piano, Op. 69
Title: Papillon, For Cello & Piano, Op. 77
Title: Sérénade, For Cello & Piano In B Minor, Op. 98
Title: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 109
Title: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 2 In G Minor, Op. 117
Title: Fantaisie For Flute & Piano (or Orchestra) In E Minor, Op. 79
Title: Morceau De Concours, For Flute & Piano (Or Strings) In F Major
Title: Piano Trio In D Minor, Op. 120

Comments

I was born in the wrong time
Amazing and beautiful
This music is great to listen to on a sunday morning. :)
Why is it that Rovi Staff can't format their content into normal paragraphs?
Do you think John Williams was inspired by this for HP soundtrack? I keep hearing a slightly familiar refrain
His Requiem is what I want to hear when I check out....
mwalsh31
Delicate and Devine
jdbarraz2
Absolutely beautiful.
paultwatson
My day dream
One word.
BEAUTIFUL
It fascinates me that the play by Maeterlinck, Pelleas and Melisande, stimulated such wonderful musical compositions by Faure, Debussy and others. I found this music a powerful source of inspiration for paintings. Day dreams, images, are stimulated.. .
His Incidental Music for Pelleas and Melisande is really... the best.. ever.... So iconic of his works!
Easily my favorite composer.
Gorgeous!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! What more can I say?
I have sleepless nights and his peaceful compositions are so calming. My soul be still.
The incidental music for Pelléas et Mélisande, a peaceful interlude on a hot, windy summer day...you can almost hear the leaves in the trees and the cows mooing in the distance...I have enjoyed the peace of this piece for many years...ever since one of the classical stations I listened to began using it to intorduce other pieces...can ' t remember which station it was anymore.
Plus, he has an awesome mustache.
Perfect music for a rainy day.
lburris597
Incredible and beautiful music. Sings in the bones.
Faure weaves a uniquely refined spell of elegant enchantment -- there is no equal to his inspired creations.
Musica exquisita, lleva a uno al cielo.
For those who don't know, the great and subtle Gabriel Faure, whose songs are perhaps the greatest settings of French Symbolist poetry in the history of music, was also the composition teacher of Maurice Ravel. Consider the utter perfection of Ravel's piano and chamber music, and the orchestratio n of Daphnis et Chloe. Then notice that that same immaculate craft belonged to Faure, too: Contemplativ e passion expressed with perfect manners.
Faure accesses the rare and subtle places within your heart and mind.
a little erie...but a treat to listen too!
meascherer
This cello concerto by Gabriel Faure was amazing...it s melodic harmonies took me to another level....jus t wish Pandora would identify the cellist!
vikiteague
Beautiful
So far everything I've heard by Faure is exquisite.
Thanks Pandora, for introducing me to this master composer! Beautiful music!
AWESOME!!
maricelaride r 2 0 0 0
Love his music ! Is food for the soul...
afrob
Debussy wrote Clair de Lune.
music026
Next to God, Faure feeds my soul best. I imagine even the Holy Angels have learned Faure's 'In Paradisum' -- actually, they may have taught it to Faure.
NancyScimone . c o m
victoriaharp i s t
I am arranging this piece for solo pedal harp, have been meaning to for years but WILL do it and will put it on my cd.
This is one composer I need to meet and talk to in the afterlife, it is a must! I just love Faure... Man... For me, with French music, its all about Debussy, Ravel, and Faure. Okay, okay, Berlioz and Saint-Saens are okay too.
John W. says: After many years of listening to the Faure Requiem, I have only one regret: I did not compose it. It is a serene expression of death, peace, and resurrection . No fire and brimstome... just exquisite quietude.
Beautiful, tender, breath-takin g . . . . .
bmoore58
Love him, just really noticed his music today for the first time, thank you Pandora.
cindywakefie l d
Lovely music. All of my animals laid down and relaxed.
JOHN AMES SAYS: I CANNOT SAY ENOUGH ABOUT FRENCH COMPOSER GABRIEL FAURE. I HEARD HIS MUSIC WHEN I WAS A CHILD AND WAS HOOKED EVER SINCE. FANTAISIE FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA, OPUS 111 IS ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL PIECES IN FRENCH MUSIC. FAURE'S MUSIC .....LUSH, AIRY, DREAMY, EXQUISITE, AND ELEGANT!!!!
THE MUSIC OF GABRIEL FAURE IS SIMPLY BREATHTAKING , LUSH, AIRY, AND DREAMY. LIKE FLOATING ON A CLOUD!!!!

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