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Poulenc: Complete Chamber Works - Andrea Flammineis (bassoon); Barnaby Robson (clarinet); Byron Fulcher (trombone); Daniel Pailthorpe (flute);...
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  1. Sonata for cello & piano, FP 143
  2. Sonata for violin & piano, FP 119
  3. Sonata for flute & piano, FP 164
  4. Sonata for oboe & piano, FP 185
  5. Sonata for clarinet & piano, FP 184
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  1. Sonata for cello & piano, FP 143
  2. Sonata for violin & piano, FP 119
  3. Sonata for flute & piano, FP 164
  4. Sonata for oboe & piano, FP 185
  5. Sonata for clarinet & piano, FP 184
  6. Sextet for wind quintet & piano in C major, FP 100
  7. Un Joueur de flûte berce les ruines (A flute player lullabies the ruins), for solo flute
  8. Villanelle, for pipe (or flute) & piano, FP 74
  9. Sonata for horn, trumpet & trombone, FP 33
  10. Sarabande for guitar, FP 179
  11. Sonata for 2 clarinets, FP 7
  12. Sonata for clarinet & bassoon, FP 32
  13. Élégie, for horn & piano, FP 168
  14. Trio for oboe, bassoon & piano, FP 43
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Francis Poulenc wrote chamber music during all phases of his long career, and this complete recording divides his chamber output logically. The sonatas for solo instrument and piano all date from the later part of his career; the Violin Sonata, valued by the performers but oddly disrespected by the CD booklet annotator here, is the earliest, dating from 1943. All these works are together on the first CD; on the second are earlier pieces for various ensembles, along with oddities like the Villanelle for pipe and piano, a ...

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Poulenc: Complete Chamber Works 2012, Champs Hill Records

UPC: 5060212590299

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