excerpt from 'With Florestan in Australia and New Zealand, September/October 2001' pp. 115-116 (122 words)

excerpt from 'With Florestan in Australia and New Zealand, September/October 2001' pp. 115-116 (122 words)

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With Florestan in Australia and New Zealand, September/October 2001

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Tonight I speak about Fauré's rejection of the 'story-telling' mode of composition, and how he was perhaps trying to do something else with his music, something more akin to Oriental music, establishing a meditative mood and drawing the listener in to share it, building up intensity within each movement until a certain pitch of intensity is reached, when the movement burns itself out....

To be honest, our performances out here have been less 'developmental' than in other places. The standard of our playing has been very high throughout, I think, but each concert has been a painstaking attempt to produce something whose recipe we agreed on a while ago. The variations within each concert are slight, perhaps discernible only to us.

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