Fauré, Gabriel – Three Romances Without Words, Opus 17 for Euphonium and Piano.
The Three Romances Without Words, Opus 17 were most likely composed for solo Piano in 1863 while Fauré was still a student at the ´Ecole Niedermeyer, but not performed in public until much later. They have all of the recognizable features of the composer: simplicity, lyricism, charm and fluidity. Their inspiration may have come from the earlier works by Mendelssohn which Mr. Sauer has also lovingly given life to.
These 3 short works can be performed by intermediate to advanced performers.
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YouTube performance of No. 1 by unknown Pianist