Fauré: Piano Quintets no.1 in D minor op.89 & no.2 in C minor


In Fauré there is no substitute for experience and these five veterans show all their modern rivals the way home. Throughout these difficult but rewarding works from the composer’s late period, the playing has the irresistible pulse that I missed from the Ébène Quartet’s account of the String Quartet last ...

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