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Little can be as momentous for a work as it's encounter with an extraordinary interpreter. And today - there's no doubt about it - Fauré has found his voice in that of Cyrille Dubois. A bright, clear timbre and impeccable diction undoubtedly contribute to the remarkable complicity that we witness, but it's secret lies above all perhaps in the French tenor's singular ability to convey an atmosphere, evoke an emotion, a feeling, a mood - in short, bring out all the poetic qualities of the music. In this ambitious project, Cyrille Dubois and his long-standing recital partner, the pianist Tristan Raës, take on the complete art songs - mélodies - of Gabriel Fauré: over a hundred settings of texts by poets including Paul Verlaine, Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier and Charles Baudelaire, but also Armand Silvestre, Charles Van Lerberghe, Jean de La Ville de Mirmont, and many others. For the very first time, all of the composer's songs are performed here by one singer. And never have Fauré's vaporous, muted dreams been more transparent. In the run-up to the centenary of his death, may this happy event further the composer's fortunes, and contribute to a renewed awareness of his modernity.
Little can be as momentous for a work as it's encounter with an extraordinary interpreter. And today - there's no doubt about it - Fauré has found his voice in that of Cyrille Dubois. A bright, clear timbre and impeccable diction undoubtedly contribute to the remarkable complicity that we witness, but it's secret lies above all perhaps in the French tenor's singular ability to convey an atmosphere, evoke an emotion, a feeling, a mood - in short, bring out all the poetic qualities of the music. In this ambitious project, Cyrille Dubois and his long-standing recital partner, the pianist Tristan Raës, take on the complete art songs - mélodies - of Gabriel Fauré: over a hundred settings of texts by poets including Paul Verlaine, Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier and Charles Baudelaire, but also Armand Silvestre, Charles Van Lerberghe, Jean de La Ville de Mirmont, and many others. For the very first time, all of the composer's songs are performed here by one singer. And never have Fauré's vaporous, muted dreams been more transparent. In the run-up to the centenary of his death, may this happy event further the composer's fortunes, and contribute to a renewed awareness of his modernity.
5051083179812

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Format: CD
Label: APARTE
Rel. Date: 06/10/2022
UPC: 5051083179812

Faure: Complete Songs
Artist: Cyrille Dubois / Raes,Tristan
Format: CD
New: Available $34.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Fauré: Mai, Op.1, No.2
2. Fauré: Le Papillon et la Fleur, Op.1, No.1
3. Fauré: Puisque j'ai mis ma lèvre, Op.Posth.
4. Fauré: Tristesse d'Olympio, Op.Posth.
5. Fauré: Dans les ruines d'une abbaye, Op.2, No.1
6. Fauré: Les Matelots, Op.2, No.2
7. Fauré: Chant d'automne, Op.5, No.1
8. Fauré: Rêve d'amour (S'il est un charmant gazon), Op.5, No.2
9. Fauré: L'Absent, Op.5, No.3
10. Fauré: L'Aurore, Op.Posth.
11. Fauré: Cinq Mélodies "de Venise", Op.58 Mandoline
12. Fauré: Cinq Mélodies "de Venise", Op.58 En sourdine
13. Fauré: Cinq Mélodies "de Venise", Op.58 Green
14. Fauré: Cinq Mélodies "de Venise", Op.58 A Clymène
15. Fauré: Cinq Mélodies "de Venise", Op.58 C'est l'extase.
16. Fauré: Les Présents, Op.46, No.1
17. Fauré: Clair de lune, Op.46, No.2
18. Fauré: Soir, Op.83, No.2
19. Fauré: Prison, Op.83, No.1
20. Fauré: Larmes, Op.51, No.1
21. Fauré: Au cimetière, Op.51, No.2
22. Fauré: Spleen, Op.51, No.3
23. Fauré: La Rose (Ode anacréontique), Op.51, No.4
24. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 Une Sainte en son auréole
25. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 Puisque l'aube grandit
26. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 La Lune blanche luit dans les bois
27. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 J'allais par des chemins perfides
28. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.6 J'ai presque peur, en vérité
29. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 Avant que tu ne t'en ailles
30. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 Donc, ce sera par un clair jour d'été
31. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.6 N'est-ce pas?
32. Fauré: La Bonne Chanson, Op.61 L'Hiver a cessé
33. Fauré: Au bord de l'eau, Op.8, No.1
34. Fauré: Ici-bas!, Op.8, No.3
35. Fauré: La Rançon, Op.8, No.2
36. Fauré: Sylvie, Op.6, No.3
37. Fauré: Tristesse, Op.6, No.2
38. Fauré: Aubade, Op.6, No.1
39. Fauré: Chanson d'amour, Op.27, No.1
40. Fauré: La Fée aux chansons, Op.27, No.2
41. Fauré: Aurore, Op.39, No.1
42. Fauré: Fleur jetée, Op.39, No.2
43. Fauré: Le Pays des rêves, Op.39, No.3
44. Fauré: Les Roses d'Ispahan, Op.39, No.4
45. Fauré: Nell, Op.18, No.1
46. Fauré: Le Voyageur, Op.18, No.2
47. Fauré: Automne, Op.18, No.3
48. Fauré: Notre amour, Op.23, No.2
49. Fauré: Les Berceaux, Op.23, No.1
50. Fauré: Le Secret, Op.23, No.3
51. Fauré: Le Plus Doux Chemin, Op.87, No.1
52. Fauré: Le Ramier, Op.87, No.2
53. Fauré: Shylock, Op.57 Chanson
54. Fauré: Shylock, Op.57 Madrigal
55. Fauré: Dans la forêt de septembre, Op.85, No.1
56. Fauré: La Fleur qui va sur l'eau, Op.85, No.2
57. Fauré: Accompagnement, Op.85, No.3
58. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Paradis
59. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Prima verba
60. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Roses ardentes
61. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Comme Dieu rayonne
62. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 L'Aube blanche
63. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Eau vivante
64. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Veilles-tu, ma senteur de soleil?
65. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Dans un parfum de roses blanches
66. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 Crépuscule
67. Fauré: La Chanson d'Eve, Op.95 O mort, poussière d'étoiles
68. Fauré: Lydia, Op.4, No.2
69. Fauré: Chanson du pêcheur (Lamento), Op.4, No.1
70. Fauré: Hymne à Apollon, Op.63
71. Fauré: Le Bourgeois gentilhomme Sérénade
72. Fauré: Poème d'un jour, Op.21 Rencontre
73. Fauré: Poème d'un jour, Op.21 Toujours
74. Fauré: Poème d'un jour, Op.21 Adieu
75. Fauré: Le Don silencieux, Op.92
76. Fauré: Chanson, Op.94 Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 Exaucement
77. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 uand tu plonges tes yeux dans mes yeux
78. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 La Messagère
79. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 Je me poserai sur ton cour
80. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 Dans la nymphée
81. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 Dans la pénombre
82. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 Il m'est cher, Amour, le bandeau
83. Fauré: Le Jardin clos, Op.106 Inscription sur le sable
84. Fauré: Nocturne, Op.43, No.2
85. Fauré: Noël, Op.43, No.1
86. Fauré: En prière
87. Fauré: C'est la paix, Op.114
88. Fauré: Mirages, Op.113 Cygne sur l'eau
89. Fauré: Mirages, Op.113 Reflets dans l'eau
90. Fauré: Mirages, Op.113 Jardin nocturne
91. Fauré: Mirages, Op.113 Danseuse
92. Fauré: Après un rêve, Op.7, No.1
93. Fauré: Hymne, Op.7, No.2
94. Fauré: Barcarolle, Op.7, No.3
95. Sérénade toscane, Op.3, No.2
96. Seule!, Op.3, No.1
97. Arpège, Op.76, No.2
98. Le Parfum impérissable, Op.76, No.1
99. L'Horizon chimérique, Op.118 La Mer est infinie
100. L'Horizon chimérique, Op.118 Je me suis embarqué
101. L'Horizon chimérique, Op.118 Diane, Séléné
102. L'Horizon chimérique, Op.118 Vaisseaux, nous vous aurons aimés

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Little can be as momentous for a work as it's encounter with an extraordinary interpreter. And today - there's no doubt about it - Fauré has found his voice in that of Cyrille Dubois. A bright, clear timbre and impeccable diction undoubtedly contribute to the remarkable complicity that we witness, but it's secret lies above all perhaps in the French tenor's singular ability to convey an atmosphere, evoke an emotion, a feeling, a mood - in short, bring out all the poetic qualities of the music. In this ambitious project, Cyrille Dubois and his long-standing recital partner, the pianist Tristan Raës, take on the complete art songs - mélodies - of Gabriel Fauré: over a hundred settings of texts by poets including Paul Verlaine, Victor Hugo, Théophile Gautier and Charles Baudelaire, but also Armand Silvestre, Charles Van Lerberghe, Jean de La Ville de Mirmont, and many others. For the very first time, all of the composer's songs are performed here by one singer. And never have Fauré's vaporous, muted dreams been more transparent. In the run-up to the centenary of his death, may this happy event further the composer's fortunes, and contribute to a renewed awareness of his modernity.
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