Ernest Chausson - Piano Quartet in A, Op. 30 (1897)





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Piano Quartet in A, Op. 30 (1897)

I. Animé [0:00]
II. Très calme [11:58]
III. Simple et sans hâte [22:02]
IV. Animé [25:47]

A work for piano and string trio by French composer Ernest Chausson (1855-1899), composed just two years before his untimely death at the age of 44. Initially a follower of Massenet and later an ardent Wagnerite and Franckian, Chausson eventually developed his own sumptuous late Romantic style, which influenced in turn such composers as Claude Debussy, Gabriel Fauré and Guy Ropartz.

Les Musiciens: Régis Pasquier (violin), Bruno Pasquier (viola), Roland Pidoux (cello), Jean-Claude Pennetier (piano)

[Note: At one point in the last movement, the audio cuts out for a split second. There is nothing I can do fix this - it is a problem with the recording. My apologies...]

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