Lack: Le chant du ruisseau Op. 92 (ca. 1885)

• Piano solo. 2′

Edited by Dean Crocker, 2011

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Previously published in an old volume with no credits.

Théodore Lack , 1846/09/03 (Quimper, France)‒1921/11/25 (Paris). Lack was a French pianist and composer. A pupil of Marmonetl and Bazin, he was teacher at Paris, officier of the Académie and officier of public instruction. He composed much light and graceful music for piano.

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