Elégie Op. 24 and Sicilienne Op. 78 for Cello and Piano
by Gabriel Faure
Piano Accompaniment - Sheet Music

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SKU: PE.EP7385

Urtext. Composed by Gabriel Faure. Edited by Roy Howat. This edition: Urtext. Cello & Piano. Edition Peters. Book. 28 pages. Edition Peters #98-EP7385. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP7385).

ISBN 9790577082486. English.

Originally planned as the slow movement of a Cello Sonata, Fauré composed his melancholy Elégie in 1880. The Sicillienne started life as an orchestral work in 1893 and was arranged by Fauré for cello and piano in 1898 before finding its place as part of his famous incidental music to Maurice Maeterlinck's playPelléas et Mélisande. This Urtext edition by leading French music scholar Roy Howat contains a preface, commentary and exemplary presentation of the score. Includes piano accompaniment and separate cello part.