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François-Auguste Gevaert

Not only an organist, pianist and prize being successful composer, Gevaert was a well traveled musician and instructor. He received approval in Spain, Germany, Belgium, France and Italy specifically impressing the royal groups of Belgium and Spain. “Fantasia sobre motivos espanoles,” constructed for the orchestra, discovered favour with Queen Isabella as well as the cantata “Le roi Lear” earned the Prix de Rome of Belgium. His “Nouveau traite d’instrumentation” (brand-new attributes of instrumentation) was a teaching technique so essential that it had been translated into German by Riemann and Russian by Tchaikovsky. Gevaert’s “Histoire et theorie de la musique de l’antique” (Musical background and theory from the ancients) was an intensive study of the social background of music. By his impact, the music colleges of Belgium experienced an excellent reformation and his transfer can be additional comprehended since Gevaert was the 1st successor to Fetis as the movie director from the Brussels Conservatory.

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