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C. Galos : 'Le Lac de Garde', 1st Nocturne

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Description: This is a predecessor and companion piece to the still-popular 'Le Lac de Côme' (Lake Como), 6th Nocturne, which I have also recorded for YouTube, along with Galos' other 'Italian Lake' piece - 'Sur le Lac Majeur' (Impression d'un Soir), which is not actually a numbered nocturne, unlike the other two. I had thought Galos was Italian, but having seen discussions on the subject on a piano forum, I think that the author - often spelt as 'Galas' - was French, and quite possibly female, and had died (or given up writing) by 1924. Galos's pieces are composed of stock salon music techniques and gestures. However,, they succeed where so much similar music has been forgotten because they lie well on the piano, have pleasant melodies, and, above all, they are well-proportioned and concise. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Played by Phillip Sear http://www.psear.co.uk

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