Composed in the 1870s, Fauré's "Après un rêve" is a beautiful, rapturous
song, which captures Faure's romantic style. This arrangement by
Wolfgang Birtel includes two versions, one at an intermediate level and
one at a more advanced level.
This arrangement is part of the series, Solos with Orchestra. It was created to fulfill the needs of string players everywhere. The set includes a Score plus 10 Violin 1 parts, six Violin 2 parts, and six Violin 3, Viola, Cello, and Bass parts. The themes underscored will gives students a chance to expand their performance opportunities.
Title: After a Dream for String Orchestra and Solo, By Faure, Gabriel, Edited by Doris Preucil, Published by Summy-Birchard Inc., Item number: B24990
Berceuse in D major, Op. 16 for Cello and Piano. Originally composed in 1878-79 for violin and piano, this beautiful melody has been transcribed for the cello and provides the perfect complement for studying any of Fauré's cello works.