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Vingt Etudes pour Alto

[Twenty Studies for Viola]

By Maurice Vieux

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[Twenty Studies for Viola]. Composed by Maurice Vieux. Leduc. Classical. Softcover. 41 pages. Alphonse Leduc #AL17161. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48180283).

Item Number: HL.48180283

9.0x12.0x0.146 inches.

Published in 1927, 20 Studies for Viola is the most famous work by Maurice Vieux (1884-1951), a French violist. Composed for upper intermediate / advanced players, these twenty studies of two pages each will help to improve bow technique. Most of the studies are dedicated to famous violists who won the First Prize of the Paris Conservatoire: Jean Gay, Etienne Ginot, Andre Jouvensal, Jacques Desestre, Denise Thoret, Pierre Pasquier, Robert Boulay, Francois Broos, Louis Artieres, Mrs Crunelle-Martinet, Louis Chaaton, Alice Goninet, Jean Lefebvre, Albert Bernard, Jean Cauhape, Rene Cezard, Suzanne Robin, Marcel Quattrochi, Emile Amette and Alice Merckel. Marcel Vieux was also a professor at the Paris Conservatoire and a soloist at the Paris Opera. The Maurice Vieux International Viola Competition was established in 1983.

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