Definition of Fauré, Gabriel in English:

Fauré, Gabriel

Line breaks: Ga|briel Fauré
Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːreɪ
, foʀe/
( 1845–1924), French composer and organist; full name Gabriel Urbain Fauré. His best-known work is the Requiem (1887) for solo voices, choir, and orchestra; he also wrote songs, piano pieces, chamber music, and incidental music for the theatre.

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