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Fêtes Galantes: Debussy, Grime, Faure, Clearfield, Mendelssohn
Rhapsody and reverie, dreams and magic through Mendelssohn’s sparkling chamber concerto, the Sextet for piano and strings, Helen Grime’s take on the commedia dell’arte, and works by Debussy and Fauré.
Fauré illuminates Verlaine’s moonlit scenes of rhapsody and reverie, and Andrea Clearfield explores the mysterious and wild place where dreams become manifest. Helen Grime unmasks the moondrunk clown, and Mendelssohn works his magic with a glorious chamber concerto of elegant, sparkling brilliance.
Claude Debussy, Première rhapsodie for clarinet & piano, L. 116
Helen Grime, Pierrot Miniatures for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello & piano
Gabriel Fauré, Cinq ... view more »