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Gabriel Fauré (vol. 2) : Quatuors avec piano, Op.15 & Op.45

Eric Le Sage - Daishin Kashimoto - Lise Berthaud - François Salque

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Quatuor pour piano n° 1 en ut mineur, Op. 15 (Gabriel Fauré)

1
I. Allegro molto moderato
00:09:43

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

2
II. Scherzo - Allegro vivo
00:05:37

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

3
III. Adagio
00:07:10

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

4
IV. Allegro molto
00:08:09

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

Quatuor pour piano n° 2 en sol mineur, Op. 45 (Gabriel Fauré)

5
I. Allegro molto moderato
00:10:54

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

6
II. Allegro molto
00:03:15

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

7
III. Adagio non troppo
00:10:48

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

8
IV. Allegro molto
00:08:25

Eric Le Sage, piano - Daishin Kashimoto, violon - Lise Berthaud, alto - François Salque, violoncelle - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

2012 Alpha 2011 AIM

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