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Having mysteriously disapeared from the current repertory over the past few decades, Gustave Samazeuilh left an attractive body piano works that has drawn the attention of Stéphane Lemelin. A student of Ernest Chausson until that composer's death, Samazeuilh entered the Schola Cantorum in 1900 and studied with Vincent D'Indy and Paul Dukas. Although he always remained faithful to the discipline of craftsmanship he acquired under D'Indy's tutelage, Samazeuilh's style is strongly influenced by Debussy and eschews the academic dryness which often characterizes the work of D'Indy's disciples.
Gustave Samazeuilh: Le chant de la mer
II. Claire de lune au large
III. Tempete et lever du jour sur les flots
Gustave Samazeuilh: Piano Suite in G minor
Gustave Samazeuilh: Chanson a ma poupee et 3 petites inventions