Philippe Gaubert - Violin, Cello and Piano
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Cat No: 1C1203
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 3rd March 2014
Esquisses (4) for violin and piano
Lamento, for cello and piano
Pieces (3) for cello and piano
Violin Sonata in A major
ArtistsJean-Marc Phillips-Varjabedian (violin)
Henri Demarquette (cello)
Marie-Josephe Jude (piano)
Gaubert was a great master of the flute, but it is often forgotten that he began with the violin, which enabled him to support his family. He truly was a violinist, as attests the Concerto, released three years ago, as well as the Violin Sonata and Quatre Esquisses - two world premieres - which ideally exploit the instrumentís lyricism and delicacy of colours. But the cello is not to be outdone: already present on the orchestral disc, it is present here in highly virtuosic pieces.
Finally, another premiere: the Trois Aquarelles in the original instrumentation for violin (indicated before the flute), cello and piano, so this will be a discovery.
Need we introduce the artists? It would be impossible to find better for reintroducing a great and particularly appealing composer.
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