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Aria para trompeta y organo - Jean Rivier.
Aria para trompeta y organo - Jean Rivier. Jean Rivier (21 July 1896 -- 6 November 1987)[1] was a French composer of classical music. He composed over two hundred works, including music for orchestra, chamber groups, chorus, piano, and solo instruments. He served as Professor of Composition at the Paris Conservatory from 1948 until his retirement in 1966. During the period 1948-1962 he shared this position with famous composer Darius Milhaud. "Jean Rivier (1896-1987), a twentieth-century French composer of the neo-classical school, is remembered primarily for his flute compositions. However, this prolific composer was extremely active in French musical circles from the period after World War I until his death. He composed over two hundred works, including symphonies, chamber music, concertos, choral music, piano works, music for solo instruments, and accompanied songs. For fourteen years, he shared with Darius Milhaud a position as Professor of Composition at the Paris Conservatory, and continued as sole professor from 1962 until his retirement in 1966. Rivier was a founding member of Triton, a musical society that promoted new music, and he was associated extensively with the French Radio (ORTF). Despite his successful career, Rivier's music was often eclipsed by the increasingly avant-garde compositions of more progressive French composers. Rivier's songs are best represented by his twenty-nine published melodies or poemes, notable for their brevity, attention to detail, and their lyrical melodies, tonal ...
Hummel. 3º mov -Wynton Marsalis
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Beethoven: Sinfonía Nº 7 "Allegretto" (2º mov)
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Sonata Pian' e Forte (Giovanni Gabrieli)
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Andrea Giuffredi
Andrea Giuffredi Andrea Giuffredi plays classical music www.andreagiuffredi.com
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