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1. Concerto in E Major: I. Improvisation
2. Concerto in E Major: II. Danse
3. Concerto in E Major: III. Rêverie, Toccata Et Finale
4. Rêverie, CD 76, L. 68
5. Premières Valses: III. "Ninette"
6. La Plainte D' Orphée (Arranged for Piano By By Kempff)
7. 3 Songs, Op. 8: No. 1, "Au Bord de L'eau"
8. Prélude, Fugue Et Variation, Op. 18, FWV 30: Prélude
9. Nocturne - "Sonate de Vinteuil"
10. 2 Mazurkas de Salon, Op. 10: No. 1 in G Major "Dans Le Lointain" - "Sonate de Vinteuil"
11. Sérénade Espagnole, Op. 150 - "Sonate de Vinteuil" (Arranged By Kreisler)
12. 3 Romances Sans Paroles, Op. 17: No. 3 in A-Flat Major
13. Elegie, WWV 93
14. Stimmungsbilder, Op. 9: VI. Nocturno
15. 3 Songs, Op. 23: No. 1 "Le Berceaux" (Arranged for Solo Piano By Diluka)
16. 10 Pièces de Genre, Op. 10: No. 5, Mélodie (Élégie)
17. 3 Songs, Op. 23: No. 3, "Le Secret"
18. L'isle Joyeuse, CD 109, L. 106
19. Le Rossignol Éperdu: No. 16, Les Rêveries Du Prince Eglantine (Avec Lecture D'un Passage de "A la Recherche Du Temps Perdu", P

More Info:

Shani Diluka releases a great project dedicated to Marcel Proust and composers he loved, to celebrate the 150-year anniversary of his birth in 2021 and the 100-year anniversary of his death in 2022. It features Reynaldo Hahn's rarely played Piano Concerto and works by Fauré, Gluck, Massenet, R. Strauss, and Debussy. The album is recorded with the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris conducted by Hervé Niquet. The Proust album features Pierre Fouchenneret (violin), Natalie Dessay (soprano), and Guillaume Gallienne (narrator, from the Comédie Francaise)