Severac: Chant De La Terre
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Déodat de Sévérac was a pupil of Vincent d'Indy in Paris, who approved of the characteristically French early Sonate, which includes a moving Elégie reflecting on recent family deaths. Le Chant de la Terre
describes Virgil's tense rural epic, the Georgics. The French Baroque is revived in the nostalgic Stances à Madame de Pompadour
, and Pippermint- Get
is a lighthearted waltz which takes its name from a mint liqueur. American Record Guide has praised Jordi Masó
for his "prismatic colour and understated musicality"
(Vol. 2: 8.572428).
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