3 Songs, Op. 7

Trois mélodies, Op. 7, is a set of songs for solo voice and piano, composed by Gabriel Fauré between the yeras 1870 and 1877, and published in 1878. The set includes ''Après un rêve'', one of Faure's most popular vocal pieces, "Hymne", and "Barcarolle". The set was dedicated to Madame Marguerite Baugnies.
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Recording3 Songs, Op. 7 - Après un rêve (For Saxophone and Harmonium)
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3 Songs, Op. 7
3 Songs, Op. 7

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