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Guiraud, Ernest Ernest Guiraud
France France
(1837 - 1892)
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Ernest Guiraud
Ernest Guiraud (1837 - 1892)
France France
Ernest Guiraud (French: [giʁo]; 26 June 1837 – 6 May 1892) was a French composer and music teacher born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is best known for writing the traditional orchestral recitatives used for Bizet's opera Carmen and for Offenbach's opera Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann). Guiraud began his schooling in Louisiana under the tutelage of his father, Jean-Baptiste-Louis Guiraud, who had won the Prix de Rome in 1827. At age 15, he set a full-length libretto about King David to music that he and his father had found on a trip to Paris. The result was David, an ope ... (Read all)

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Mélancolie (Deux romances sans paroles, no. 1) (No. 1)
Ernest Guiraud
Cello, Piano / 2 PDF

Added the 05-26-2017
Scherzando (Deux romances sans paroles, no. 2) (No. 2)
Ernest Guiraud
Cello, Piano / 2 PDF

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