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René Gerber

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Died  21 October 2006

Ren gerber 1908 2006 concertino pour piano et orchestre cordes 1945


René Gerber (Travers, 29 June 1908 – 21 October 2006) was a Swiss composer. A student of Paul Dukas and Nadia Boulanger, among others, he taught at the Collège Latin (Neuchâtel) and became the director of the Conservatoire de Musique de Neuchâtel.

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An exponent of neoclassicism and “French clarity”, his compositions follow traditional forms. He composed symphonic music (including the orchestral suite "The Old Farmer's Almanach", 15 concertos, chamber music, vocal music, piano music, a work for organ, two operas inspired by Shakespeare plays (Romeo and Juliette, Midsummer Night’s Dream).

Ren gerber 1908 2006 concerto pour cor anglais et orchestre 1976 1 2


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René Gerber Wikipedia


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