Category Archives: Fauré, Gabriel

France sets the tone – new Urtext editions in the “blue jersey”

It isn’t only with the European Football Championship 2016 that … Continue reading

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Urtext and Urcontext

In our blog we have certainly already discussed the Urtext … Continue reading

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A manuscript conundrum – the autograph of Gabriel Fauré’s violin sonata, Op. 13

Autograph manuscripts of musical works have an aura all their … Continue reading

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How the (cradle) song ends: what is the final tone of Fauré’s Berceuse?

Gabriel Fauré’s Berceuse op. 16, a captivating miniature for violin … Continue reading

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