Deux Romances

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Flûte Traversière
COMPOSITEUR: Leroux
ÉDITION MUSICALE: Alphonse Leduc
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Recueil
Son of a military bandleader, Xavier Leroux (1863-1919) was a French composer who studied at the Paris Conservatoire under Jules Massenet and Théodore Dubois. Although primarily known for his Operas, Leroux 's  Deux Romances  for Flute and Piano remain prominent in the instrument's repertoire.
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Instrument Group Flûte Traversière
Compositeur Leroux
Édition musicale Alphonse Leduc
Instrumentation Flûte Traversière et Piano
Type de produit Recueil
Style Period Post 1901
Genre Classique
ISMN 9790046098482
Style Period Post 1901
Nombre de pages 96
No. AL09848
Description

Son of a military bandleader, Xavier Leroux (1863-1919) was a French composer who studied at the Paris Conservatoire under Jules Massenet and Théodore Dubois. Although primarily known for his Operas,Leroux's Deux Romances for Flute and Piano remain prominent in the instrument's repertoire.

Dedicated to Philippe Gaubert, the first Romance is composed in A minor.Characteristics are typical of the French romantic era, such as semiquaver flourishes, use of the sultry lower register of the Flute, variations in articulation, much use of performance directions and chromaticisms, amongotheraspects. For all aspiring, advanced flautists, Leroux's Deux Romances make for a sublime addition to the repertoire.

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