Fauré - Three Romances Without Words Opus 17 for Trombone and Piano
The Three Romances Without Words, Opus 17, were most likely composed for Solo Piano in 1863 while Fauré was still a student at the École Niedermeyer, but not performed in public until much later. They have all of the recognizable features of the composer: Simplicity, lyricism, charm and fluidity. Their inspiration may have come from the earlier works by Mendelssohn which Mr. Sauer has also lovingly given life to. These three short works can be performed by intermediate to advanced performers.