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    Pavane (Faure arr. Dan Price)

    French composer Gabriel Faure composed his Pavane in 1887. Initially it was scored for voices with piano accompaniment but Faure quickly reworked the piece for small orchestra, optional voices, and also allowed a provision for dancers. Duration : 00:03:15 Grade : 2.5

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days
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    Pie Jesu | Faure arr. Alwyn Green (8)

    Many settings of the Requiem Mass include a Pie Jesu as an independent movement. Of these, probably the best known is from the Requiem by Gabriel Faure.It is a sublime aria which sings the prayer to the 'good Jesus' for everlasting rest.This setting, arranged by Alwyn Green for Brass Octet beautifully captures the spirit of the original work.The track below is played by the renowned Prince of Wales Brass, former members of the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.InstrumentationSolo Trumpet or Cornet1st Flugelhorn2nd FlugelhornHorn in F1st Trombone2nd TromboneBass TromboneTubaISMN: 979-0-708127-09-3

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    Pie Jesu - Gabriel Faure - Robert van Beringen

    Pie Jesu is the famous aria for soprano and orchestra from Gabriel Faure's Requiem, opus 48. Faure (1845- 1924) composed the work in 1887, two years after his father's death and only a short time before his mother passed away. Faure's Pie Jesu is richly atmosphere and peaceful, and Robert van Beringen perfectly captures the essence of Faure's beautiful music in this arrangement for fanfare band.

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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    Pavane - Brass Band - Faure

    Probably one of the most famous Classical melodies to come from the pen of Gabriel Faure

    In stock: Estimated delivery 1-2 days
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    CANTIQUE DE JEAN RACINE (Brass Band Set) - Gabriel Faure - Norman Bearcroft

    This work, originally for mixed chorus, was completed in 1865 when Faure was just nineteen years old and gained him first prize when graduating from Ecole Niedermeyer de Paris. A further version for orchestra (possibly by the composer) appeared in 1906.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Cantique De Jean Racine (Brass Band - Score and Parts) - Faure, Gabriel - Bearcroft, Norman

    This work, originally for mixed chorus, was completed in 1865 when Faure was just nineteen years old and gained him first prize when graduating from Ecole Niedermeyer de Paris. A further version for orchestra (possibly by the composer) appeared in 1906.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    Cantique De Jean Racine (Brass Band - Score only) - Faure, Gabriel - Bearcroft, Norman

    This work, originally for mixed chorus, was completed in 1865 when Faure was just nineteen years old and gained him first prize when graduating from Ecole Niedermeyer de Paris. A further version for orchestra (possibly by the composer) appeared in 1906.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days
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    PAVANE (Brass Band) - Faure, Gabriel - Littlemore, Phillip

    It is believed that Gabriel Faure wrote his Pavane as a piano piece in 1887, describing it as 'elegant, but not otherwise important'. He began work on the orchestral version a few months later, and scored it for modest forces, with the intention of performing it at a series of light Summer concerts that same year. At the behest of his benefactor, Elisabeth Greffulhe, he added a four-part choir, but it is rarely heard with the chorus these days. From the outset, the Pavane enjoyed great popularity. The music flows delicately and gracefully. A pulse beats gently and constantly beneath the arching melody lines, with elegant harmonic shifts and turns before the briefest of dramatic episodes. Calm is restored and the work draws to a tranquil conclusion. Duration: 6:00

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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    Pie Jesu - Faure - Len Jenkins

    Gabriel Faure is acknowledged as among the very best of French composers, and his best-known work must be his Requiem, composed between 1877 and 1890. Nevertheless it did not achieve popularity until after 1945. The Requiem includes 'Pie Jesu' as an independent movement, and it is that movement which is arranged here to feature the particular tonal qualities of the soprano cornet. The solo instrument is accompanied by contrasting groups of instruments from within the Band.

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    PIE JESU - Faure/R.Collinson

    Estimated delivery 5-7 days