Chaminade: The Flatterer [La lisonjera / L‘Enjôleuse], Op. 50 (1890)

• Piano solo. 2¼′

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2007

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New edition from a previous publication by Theo. Presser (Philadelphia), 1897

Cécille Chaminade , 1857/08/08 (Paris)‒1944/04/13 (Monte Carlo). Pianist and composer. Studied composition with Godard. Wrote a ballet-symphonie, a symphonie lyrique, an opĂ©ra comique, piano concerto, and many, many songs and piano pieces. Perhaps her best-known work remains the Concertino for flute and orchestra. First female composer to be named a Chevalier de la Légion d‘honneur. As she grew older, she composed less and less.

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