12 Etudes de concert (Dubois, Théodore)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Heugel, 1906. Plate H. & Cie. 22714/6, 22914/6.
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Work Title 12 Études de concert
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Composer Dubois, Théodore
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ITD 33
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 études:
  1. Allegro vivo (D major)
  2. Andantino, con grand' espressione (D major)
  3. Allegro (G major)
  4. Larghetto moderato (F minor)
  5. Allegro leggierissimo (E major)
  6. Allegro risoluto (B major)
  7. Allegro, egualmente e delicatamente (A minor)
  8. Maestoso (E major)
  9. Allegro leggiero (F major)
  10. Allegro molto (A major)
  11. Largo, con molto sentimento (F major)
  12. Allegro moderato (A major)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1905-06
First Publication. 1906
Dedication see below
  1. à Georges Falkenberg (1854-1940), Professeur au Conservatoire
  2. à Elie Miriam Delaborde (1839-1913), Professeur au Conservatoire
  3. à Louis Diémer (1843-1919), Professeur au Conservatoire
  4. à Victor Alphonse Duvernoy (1842-1907), Professeur au Conservatoire
  5. à Antonin Marmontel (1850-1907), Professeur au Conservatoire
  6. à Isidor Philipp (1863-1958), Professeur au Conservatoire
  7. à Paul Braud (1860-1935)
  8. à Madame Marie Roger-Miclos (1860-1950)
  9. à Francis Planté (1839-1934)
  10. à Madame Marie Panthès (1871-1955)
  11. à Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941)
  12. à Edouard Risler (1873-1929)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano