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- Order number: BN-18127
- ISMN / ISBN 9790206519161
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Gustave Ferrari was born in Geneva in 1872. He studied music at the conservatories in his... more
Ferrari: Painted on a chinese Screen - Three pieces for organ
Gustave Ferrari was born in Geneva in 1872. He studied music at the conservatories in his hometown and in Paris. He first worked as a bandmaster at various operetta stages, later establishing himself as a piano accompanist and also as a singer. He composed stage works, but also much organ music, the latter in an elaborate impressionistic style.
- The lonely Pagode
- A tragical Pantomime
- The Mandarin’s Procession
|Author / Composer:||Gustave Ferrari (1872-1948)|
|Kind of edition:||Performing sheet music|
|First edition:||H. W. Gray, New York, 1931|
|Format:||Large format (243x328 mm)|
|Online ressources:||Digital specimen|
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