Was Marcel Proust trying to cover his tracks when, in April 1918, he gave the future academician Jacques de Lacretelle some leads as to the sources of his famous Vinteuil sonata? In any case, by summoning out of the blue the first
Sonata for violin and piano
by Saint-Saëns or that of Franck, the
by Fauré, the
32nd piano sonata
by Beethoven or excerpts from
, the author only further aroused the curiosity of music lovers, musicians and all lovers of
In Search of Lost Time
As the 150th anniversary of the writer's birth draws to a close (and we are heading towards the centenary of his death in 2022), a record and a Parisian show bear witness, with as much intelligence as sensitivity. , of this fascination that lasts.
In stores on October 29, pianist Shani Diluka's latest album thus imagines a daring rapprochement between Proust's intimate friend, Reynaldo Hahn, whose
Nocturne en mi
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