Jacques Fevrier, Georges Auric
Satie: Oeuvre Pour Piano
Nippon Columbia (Japan) 1975
OW-7608-EV (LP) Obi
sleeve : EX-(Slight fading on the back)
media : VG+/EX+(A1:some light noise due to small scratches.)
This is a selection of Erik Satie's masterpieces released in 1975 from Nippon Columbia's "Classics of Contemporary Music" series, performed by French pianists Jacques Fevrier and Georges Auric. Performed by French pianists Jacques Fevrier and Georges Auric, this album features Satie's synonymous "Gymnopédie" and "Gnoschenne," as well as "The Second Thought from the End," which parodies Debussy and Duchesse, and "Hararago no Dried Fish," which depicts a mysterious fantasy world. which parodies Debussy and Ducasse, and "Hararago no Hoshi", which depicts a mysterious fantasy world, you can enjoy Satie's unique cubist view of the world. A1 There is a small scratch on the middle panel and some light noise. The rest of the album is in good condition.