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Gaubert Philippe

Gaubert Philippe

Gaubert, Philippe, French conductor and composer; b. Cahors, July 3, 1879; d. Paris, July 8, 1941. He studied flute with Taffanel at the Paris Cons, and, in 1905, won the 2nd Prix de Rome. From 1919 to 1938 he was conductor of the Paris Cons, concerts, and from 1920 to 1941 also principal conductor at the Paris Opéra. He publ. a Méthode complète de flute (8 parts, 1923).


DRAMATIC Opera : Sonia (Nantes, 1913); Naila (Paris, April 7, 1927). ORCH.: Rhapsodic sur des thèmes populaires (1909); Poème pastoral (1911); Le Cortège d’Amphitrite (Paris, April 9, 1911); Fresques, symphonic suite (Paris, Nov. 12, 1923); Les Chants de la mer, 3 symphonic pictures (Paris, Oct. 12, 1929); Violin Concerto (Paris, Feb. 16, 1930); Les Chants de la tene (Paris, Dec. 20, 1931); Poéme romanesque for Cello and Orch. (Paris, Jan. 30, 1932); Inscriptions sur les portes de la ville, 4 symphonic tableaux (Paris, Nov. 18, 1934); Sym. (Paris, Nov. 8, 1936); Poéme des champs et des villages (Paris, Feb. 4, 1939). B a l l e t : Philotis (Paris, 1914). CHAMBER: Médailles antiques for Flute, Violin, and Piano; Divertissement grec for Flute and Harp; Sur I’eau for Flute and Piano; Intermède champêtre for Oboe and Piano; Violin Sonata. VOCAL: Josiane, oratorio (Paris, Dec. 17, 1921); songs. OTHER: Many transcriptions for flute.

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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