Musiciens de Mon Temps   (Gustave Samazeuilh)
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Musiciens de Mon Temps   (Gustave Samazeuilh)
B0904. Gustave Samazeuilh. Musiciens de Mon Temps. Paris, (La Renaissance du Livre) Marcel Daubin, 1947. 429 pages. Very good copy is missing front cover; spine & rear cover have minor tears. Softbound, as issued. (French Text)


“Gustave Samazeuilh, born in Bordeaux on 2 June 1877, died in Paris on 4 August 1967, was a composer and French music critic. He was a student of Ernest Chausson, he entered the Schola Cantorum in 1900 and worked with Vincent d'Indy, Charles Bordes & Paul Dukas. He also was close to Enescu , Fauré, Ravel, Roussel and Richard Strauss. He was more famous as a critic, for - among others - the French Republic and La Revue Musicale. He wrote, in addition, more than one hundred piano reductions of works by his contemporaries.”

- H. P. Casavant