Faure's Dolly is a collection of six piano duets that reflect upon experiences from childhood. The suite was written between 1894 and 1896. The work is dedicated to Helene Bardac, the daughter of Emma Bardac and her first husband. Emma later divorced and became the second wife of Debussy. It is said that Helene was so tiny when she was born that she became nicknamed 'Dolly'. Arranged for Piano four hands.
Dolly Suite Op.56
|Bidragydere||Kowalchyk, Gayle (Editor) Lancaster, E.L. (Editor) Fauré, Gabriel (Composer)|
|Release Dato||2005-06-01 10:22:00|
|Instrument (fx guitar, sang m.m.)||Klaver Duet|
|Type (fx Instrumentskole o.lign.)||Instrumental Album|
|Genrer (Fx Pop, Rock, Børn m.m.)||Romantic|
|Media (fx Bog, CD, DVD m.m.)||Noder|