Here is an astonishing music by a forgotten composer concerned with the melodic line and the sound envelope. Yet André Gédalge was at the Paris Conservatory the teacher of Maurice Ravel, Darius Milhaud and George Enesco.
The throbbing ostinato of the piano accompanies a permanent dialogue between the four voices which are gathered together only for the last bars.
The poem by Léon Durocher (born in Morbihan and lyricist for many songs) evokes Brittany and the sea in the manner of Théodore Botrel. A music to discover and published according to the original manuscript dated October 1895.
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