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Two Pieces for violin and piano

Klassische Musik/Musikstück • 1885
 
     
 

Two Pieces for violin and piano

Titel nach Uploader: Clémence de Grandval: Two Pieces for violin and piano


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Instrumentierung
Klavier, Geige
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Partitur für zwei Interpreten, Solo Stimme
Satz, Nr.
1 bis 2 von 2
Verleger
Musik Fabrik
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Schwer
Länge
8'30
Maria-Félicie-Clémence de Grandval (1828–1907) was born on January 28, 1828 at Saint-Rémy-des-Monts, France and died on January 15, 1907 in Paris.After the death of her mother,Louise Adèle du Temple de Mésières, her father the Baron de Reiset, a military officer remarriedwith an Englishwoman and moved his family to London. After beginning her musical studiesprivately, she studied the piano with the German composer Friedrich von Flotow, who was a family friend. Returning to France, she studied the piano briefly with Chopin and composition with Camille Saint-Saëns. At first writing mostly sacred music, most of her public success was due to her comic operas: la Comtesse Eva, la Pénitente, Piccolino and Mazeppa. She also wrote orchestral music, chamber music, and over 60 songs (to poets such as Sully Prudhomme, MichelCarré, Henri Meilhac, Georges Hartmann, Charles Grandmougin and Louis Gallet.) She is chieflyknown today for her music for wind instruments, especially for the oboe.  This work was written for Paul Viardot, the son of Pauline and a well-known violin virtuoso during "La Belle époque".

1. Andantino
2. Danse Bohêmienne
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