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Name  Pierre-Octave Ferroud

Role  Composer
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Died  August 17, 1936, Debrecen, Hungary
Similar People  Alexis Roland‑Manuel, Georges Auric, Florent Schmitt, Albert Roussel, Francis Poulenc

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Pierre-Octave Ferroud (6 January 1900 – 17 August 1936) was a French composer of classical music.

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He was born in Chasselay, Rhône, near Lyon. He went to Lyon, to Strasbourg (for military service from 1920-2) where he studied with Guy Ropartz, and again to Lyon where he was for a time an associate and "disciple" of Florent Schmitt, and a pupil of Georges Martin Witkowski. He then travelled to Paris in 1923, where he later founded with Henry Barraud, Jean Rivier and Emmanuel Bondeville Triton, a contemporary music society (in 1932).

In a letter to Boris Asafiev, Sergei Prokofiev described his encounter with Ferroud, praised the Symphony in A and suggested that Asafiev might have a look at it. Ferroud's opera, he reported, impressed him much less.

He wrote a biographical work about his mentor Florent Schmitt (whom he was, nevertheless, to pre-decease - Schmitt died 31 years after Autour de Florent Schmitt was published, in 1958.)

Ferroud was a regular contributor of musical reviews and essays to the journal Paris-Soir.

He died in 1936, when he was decapitated in a road accident in Debrecen, in Hungary. On hearing of Ferroud's death, Francis Poulenc wrote to Georges Auric of his distress.

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Primary works

  • Andante cordial (1919/26)
  • Types (Vieux Beau - Bourgeoise de qualité - Businessman)(1922-1924) (recorded by Emmanuel Krivine and the Orchestre National de Lyon)
  • Foules (1922-1924) (recorded by Krivine)
  • Sérénade (piano and orchestra) (1927)
  • Chirugie 1927 (opéra comique)
  • Jeunesse (1929-1933) (ballet in two scenes)
  • Chansons de Fous
  • Sonnerie pour le Hérault (1935)
  • Le Porcher (1924) (ballet)
  • March for L'éventail de Jeanne (collaborative work by Auric, Ferroud and others) (1927) (ballet)
  • Monte-Carlo (1928)
  • Sérénade pour orchestre (1927) (Berceuse; Pavane; Spiritual)
  • Symphonie en la (1930) in three movements (recorded by Krivine)
  • Chirurgie vers. orchestrale (1930)(recorded by Krivine)
  • Trois pièces pour flûte seule (1920-1921)
  • Spiritual (guitar) (1926)
  • Sonate pour violon et piano (1929)
  • Sonate pour violoncelle et piano (1930)
  • Trio à vent en mi (1933)
  • Quatuor à cordes (1932-1936)
  • Sarabande (1920/1926)
  • Au parc Monceau (1921-1925)
  • Sarabande pour piano (1920)
  • Sarabande pour orchestre (1920-1926)
  • Sonatine en ut dièse (in C) (1928)
  • Tables (1931)
  • A contre-coeur (1922-1925)
  • Cinq poèmes de P.J. Toulet (1927)
  • Cinq poèmes de P. Valéry (1929)
  • Trois chansons de J. Supervielle (1932)
  • Trois poèmes intimes de Goethe (1932)
  • References

    Pierre-Octave Ferroud Wikipedia


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