Louise Farrenc, compositrice du XIXe siècle. Musique au féminin - Catherine Legras

Louise Farrenc, compositrice du XIXe siècle. Musique au féminin - Catherine Legras

Louise Farrenc, compositrice du XIXe siècle. Musique au féminin - Catherine Legras



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Louise Farrenc, compositrice du XIXe siècle by Catherine Legras, unknown edition, Donate ♥ Log in ... musique au féminin by Catherine Legras. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read; This edition was published in 2003 by L'Harmattan in Paris. Written in French / français — 225 pages This edition doesn't have a description yet. Can you add one? Subjects Women composers ...

Louise Farrenc was born into an artistic family (her brother was sculptor Auguste Dumont). She began studying piano at the Paris Conservatorie when she was 15 years old, though her marriage in 1821 interrupted her studies briefly. In 1842 she was appointed Professor of Piano at the Paris Conservatoire, a post she held until 1873. While many of her early works were piano etudes for her students, she later branched out into various forms of chamber music, as well as orchestral music. …

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Louise Farrenc wrote exclusively for the piano from 1820 to 1830, expanding her range to include works for orchestra beginning in 1834. Her work includes 49 compositions with opus numbers. Her work includes 49 compositions with opus numbers.

Though labeled first sonata (at least in the Leduc printing from the mid.-late 1870s), Farrenc is not known(?) to have written a second cello sonata. Legras' book "Louise Farrenc, compositrice du XIXe siècle: Musique au féminin" lists only one (p.121). She gives a publication date of 1861 (and composition date 1858 ca.) for the work (on p.136 of her book and p.121, respectively).

Louise Farrenc uses an original musical language, combining two different styles in her variations: a contrapuntal and polyphonic approach, and a more melodic and brilliant style which is closer to the 1830s standards. The Finale is a synthesis of those two influences, as it is built on a fugue in the style of Bach and ingenious counterpoint, but slightly evolves to more romantic sonorities and harmonization …

Louise Farrenc, 1804-1875: Composer, Performer, Scholar. Ann Arbor, Mich: UMI Research Press, 1980. (Also available from Amazon) Louise Farrenc, compositrice du XIXe siècle : musique au féminin (Cathérine Legras, pub. by Paris : L'Harmattan, ©2003. Can be Google-previewed. p.82 contains a partial list of works for piano, with composition or publication dates??- this is unclear! Her …

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In 1821 she married Aristide Farrenc, a flute student ten years her senior, who performed at some of the concerts regularly given at the artists' colony of the Sorbonne, where Louise's family lived. Following her marriage, she interrupted her studies to give concerts throughout France with her husband.

In the 1830s Farrenc gained considerable fame as a performer and her reputation was such that in 1842 she was appointed to the permanent position of Professor of Piano at the Paris Conservatory, a position she held for thirty years and one which was among the most prestigious in Europe.

Louise Farrenc (née Jeanne-Louise Dumont), c. 1855, Bibliothèque nationale de France. Louise Farrenc (31 May 1804 – 15 September 1875) was a French composer, virtuoso pianist and teacher. Born Jeanne-Louise Dumont in Paris, she was the daughter of Jacques-Edme Dumont, a successful sculptor, and sister to Auguste Dumont, also a sculptor.

While the great bulk of Farrenc’s compositions were for the piano alone, her chamber music is generally regarded as her best work. Throughout her life, chamber music remained of great interest. She wrote works for various combinations of winds and or strings and piano.

In Paris, Farrenc returned to her studies with Reicha, after which she reembarked on a concert career, briefly interrupted in 1826 when she gave birth to a daughter, Victorine, who also became a concert pianist but who died in 1859 aged thirty-three.

In Paris, Farrenc returned to her studies with Reicha, after which she reembarked on a concert career, briefly interrupted in 1826 when she gave birth to a daughter, Victorine, who also became a concert pianist but who died in 1859 aged thirty-three.

Farrenc died in Paris. For several decades after her death, her reputation as a performer survived and her name continued to appear in such books as Antoine François Marmontel’s Pianistes célèbres.

Louise Farrenc wrote exclusively for the piano from 1820 to 1830, expanding her range to include works for orchestra beginning in 1834.

Louise Farrenc wrote exclusively for the piano from 1820 to 1830, expanding her range to include works for orchestra beginning in 1834. Her work includes 49 compositions with opus numbers.

List of compositions. Louise Farrenc wrote exclusively for the piano from 1820 to 1830, expanding her range to include works for orchestra beginning in 1834. Her work includes 49 compositions with opus numbers.

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