Poulenc Stabat Mater: mellifluous moments, quirky moments and a gorgeous soprano aria in "Vidit Suum" make this a deeply individual and somewhat sensuous confession of faith after a visit to the shrine of the Black Virgin of Rocamadour.
Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Oboe & Piano. I. Elégie (paisiblement) II. Scherzo (très animé) III. Déploration (très calme) Maurice Bourgue, oboe Jacques Février, piano Francis Poulenc dedicated his Sonata for oboe and piano, the last of this three wind sonatas, to the memory of Sergey Prokofiev; Poulenc composed it one year before his own death in 1962