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CANTELOUBE (de Calaret), Marie Joseph
b Annonay, 21 October 1879
d Gridney, 4 November 1957, aged seventy-eight

He was a pupil of d'Indy at the Schola Cantorum in Paris, and spent most of his life composing, collecting and arranging folk songs of France.

1903 (24)

Colloque sentimentale, for voices and string quartet

1904 (25)

Dans la montagne, suite for violin and piano 1

909 (30)

Eglogue d'automne, for voice and orchestra

1910-11 (31)

Vers la princesse lointaine, symphonic poem

1911-13 (31))

Le Mas, opera

1913 (34)

Au printemps, for voice and orchestra

1914 (35)

Triptyque, for voice and orchestra

1918-22 (39-43)

L'Arade, six songs with piano

1929 (50)

Lauriers, three pieces for orchestra

1931-3 (51-3)

Vercingétorix, opera

1934-5 (55)

Pieces Françaises, for piano and orchestra

1937 (58)

Poeme, violin and orchestra

1946 (67)

Rustiques, for oboe, clarinet and bassoon

Canteloube wrote many folk-song arrangements for chorus or soloists, including the popular Songs of the Auvergne (4 vols, 1920-30).

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