Aubert Louis

AUBERT Louis (A-62)

19/02/1877, Parama, France - 09/01/1968, Paris, France

French composer, pianist, singer and music critic, a child prodigy. He studied with Fauré at the Paris Conservatoire, composed music for the church, several ballets, mélodies, and incidental music for the stage and popular songs. He was also an excellent pianist. In 1911, he premiered Maurice Ravel's "Valses nobles et sentimentales", which were written for and dedicated to him. He also worked as a piano and composition teacher, both privately and on the faculty of the Conservatoire de Paris. He counted among his students Henry Barraud, Jean-Marie Beaudet, Jean Berger, Marinus Flipse, and Georges Savaria.

 

 

 

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