Jean-Paul Davedral (1938 - )
Registered since 04/27/2019
Very early, Jean-Paul Davédral started playing the piano and became interested in composition. He followed his first harmony classes with Max Pinchard, and later benefited from Roger Calmel's advice. His career as a mathematics teacher led him to travel extensively abroad (Brazil, Haiti, Turkey), where he was able to play several of his works.
He lives in Les Sables d'Olonne, France, where he participates in various concerts as a chorister, pianist and pianist-accompanist. His compositions, about a hundred, are spread over about fifty years. The style evolved from Romanticism to post-Romanticism to the more modern polytonality, without ever sacrificing to what is the essence of his music: the melody. His works are written for solo piano ... (Read all)