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Nocturne no. 6 D flat major op. 53
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Gabriel Fauré

Representative exponent of French music around 1900. His creative work is centered around the art song, piano music (nocturnes, barcarolles, impromptus, valse-caprice), and chamber music – alongside other genres.

1845Born in Pamiers (Ariège) on May 12, the son of a primary school teacher.
1854–65Attends the École de musique classique et religieuse (founded by L. Niedermeyer), where liturgical musicians were educated; lessons with Saint-Saëns (from 1861).
1866–70Organist at the church of Saint-Sauveur in Rennes.
1871After occupying various organist positions in Paris, he becomes assistant organist to Saint-Saëns at Saint-Sulpice. He numbers among the founding members of the Société nationale de musique. Performances of his works in their concerts.
1874Premiere of his “Suite d’orchestre” in F major (“Symphony No. 1”), which is a compilation of existing pieces.
1875/76Violin Sonata No. 1 in A major, Op. 13.
1876–79Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, Op. 15
1877Maître de chapelle at Paris’s Église de la Madeleine.
1876/78Premiere of his choral work “Les Djinns,” Op. 12.
from 1879Attends performances of Wagner’s music; in his own compositions he distances himself from Wagner.
1885Premiere of his Symphony No. 2 in D minor, later destroyed.
1887/88Requiem, Op. 48.
1891“Cinq Mélodies ‘de Venise’,” Op. 58, on texts by Verlaine.
1892–94“La bonne chanson,” Op. 61, on texts by Verlaine.
1896Successor to Dubois at the Madeleine. He conducts a composition class at the Paris Conservatoire.
1900Premiere of the tragédie lyrique “Prométhée,” Op. 82.
1905–20Director of the Conservatoire.
1909President of the Société musicale indépendante.
1913Premiere in Monte Carlo of his opera “Pénélope.”
1919Song cycle, “Mirages,” Op. 113, with clear features of his modernist late style.
1924Death in Paris on November 4.

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Rolf Koenen (mws-henle.person.role.FINGERSATZ)

As a pupil, Prof. Rolf Koenen, born in 1946 in Duisburg, had already had contact with Ewald Zimmermann, the first editor at the young publishing house. He studied the piano at the Folkwangschule in Essen with Detlef Kraus, with Ludwig Hoffmann in Munich and with Maria Tipo in Florence.

He gave concerts in a permanent duo partnership with Hansjörg Schellenberger, who was later to become the solo oboe player with the Berlin Philharmonic, and made several recordings with the Deutsche Grammophon-Gesellschaft, with Denon and Sony. Other chamber music partners included András Adorján, Stefan Dohr, Wolfgang Schulz, Claes H. Ahnsjö. Following a teaching position in Munich, Rolf Koenen was appointed as a professor at the Berlin University of the Arts in 1982.

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