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Chanson triste (25)
L'invitation au voyage (25)
La Fuite (4)
La vague et la cloche (7)
La vie anterieure (10)
Le Manoir de Rosamonde (15)
Le galop (6)
Romance de Mignon (7)
Serenade florentine (6)
lL'Invitation au voyage (arr. for clarinet and piano) (1)
Eugène Marie Henri Fouques Duparc (21 January 1848 – 12 February 1933) was a French composer of the late Romantic period.
Duparc was born in Paris. He studied piano with César Franck at the Jesuit College in the Vaugirard district and became one of his first composition pupils. Following military service in the Franco-Prussian War, he married Ellen MacSwinney, from Scotland, on 9 November 1871. In the same year, he joined Saint-Saëns and Romain Bussine to found the Société Nationale de Musique Moderne.
Duparc is best known for his 17 mélodies ("art songs"), with texts by poets such as Baudelaire, Gautier, Leconte de Lisle and Goethe.
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