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In Reply to: RE: Poulenc and Faure Music for Cello and Piano: Wonderful posted by email@example.com on May 29, 2017 at 20:02:24
Fantastic recommendation. Thank you!
I don't like any high-res one's I've heard. Too starchy.
I like the performances by Domus. Not hi-rez, but good sounding digital from 1993.
similar to that one. Perfect combination of "lightness" and indulgence.
I really enjoy the Quator Via Nova on Erato. Also the cello sonatas from the same series with Paul Tortelier and Jean Hubeau. The piano trio, in particular, is sublime. The slow movement was used to great effect throughout a beautiful film called "A Sunday in the Country" about an old Impressionist era painter who is visited by his children. Autumnal, and quite touching as I recall...
I've got the Trio Wanderer on Harmonia Mundi at the moment and like it very much.
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