Alphonse DUVERNOY

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FrenchBorn Victor Alphonse DUVERNOY

French pianist and composer

Born on August 30, 1842 in Paris, France , France

Died on March 7, 1907 in Paris, France

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Duvernoy, son of noted bass-baritone Charles-François Duvernoy (1796–1872), was a student of Antoine François Marmontel, François Bazin and Auguste Barbereau at the Conservatoire de Paris, where he studied piano from 1886. He subsequently made his career as a piano virtuoso, a composer and professor of piano at the Conservatoire de Paris.



He composed operas, a ballet, symphonic and chamber music works, as well as music for piano. His 1880 symphonic poem La tempête for soloists, chorus and orchestra after William Shakespeare's The Tempest won the Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris in 1900.

...   Duvernoy, son of noted bass-baritone Charles-François Duvernoy (1796–1872), was a student of Antoine François Marmontel, François Bazin and Auguste Barbereau at the Conservatoire de Paris, where he studied piano from 1886. He subsequently made his career as a piano virtuoso, a composer and professor of piano at the Conservatoire de Paris.



He composed operas, a ballet, symphonic and chamber music works, as well as music for piano. His 1880 symphonic poem La tempête for soloists, chorus and orchestra after William Shakespeare's The Tempest won the Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris in 1900.



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