Gabriel Fauré

Gabriel Fauré (photo Tully Potter)
Born: 1845
Died: 1924

The musicologist Paul Landormy observed of Fauré that 'his language, always moderate, is like well-bred discourse. He never raises his voice too high. He works in quiet colours. He is most discreet. He leaves much to be inferred. And his reserve is something quite as eloquent as louder outbursts'.

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A guide to the best recordings of Fauré's Nocturnes

The often-ignored darkness lying deep within Gabriel Fauré’s music is well illustrated by his Nocturnes. Bryce Morrison assesses the recordings by pianists brave enough to tackle them... Read more

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