French classical composer, organist, and conductor.- Henri Büsser
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French composer active mainly in the second half of the 20th century.
There, between 1933 and 1938, he attended the classes of Jean and Noël Gallon (harmony and counterpoint, in which he won joint first prize with the cellist Paul Tortelier), Henri Büsser (composition) and Maurice Emmanuel (history of music).
Gounod revised the work, even giving it a happy ending, but in the 1930s Reynaldo Hahn and Henri Büsser prepared a new edition for the Opéra-Comique, restoring the work to its original tragic five acts.
Japanese composer of contemporary classical music and professor.
He traveled to Paris in 1927, where he studied composition with Henri Büsser and piano with Lazare Lévy.
French composer and music educator.
He was a pupil of Jean Gallon and Henri Büsser and was appointed a professor of harmony in 1936.
Singers in Debussy's mélodies or excerpts from Pelléas et Mélisande included Jane Bathori, Claire Croiza, Charles Panzéra and Ninon Vallin; and among the conductors in the major orchestral works were Ernest Ansermet, Désiré-Émile Inghelbrecht, Pierre Monteux and Arturo Toscanini, and in the Petite Suite, Henri Büsser, who had prepared the orchestration for Debussy.
Suite for piano four hands by Claude Debussy.
It has been transcribed many times, most notably in an orchestral version by Debussy's colleague Henri Büsser.
Avenue in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, one of the twelve avenues that converge on Place Charles de Gaulle.
French composer Henri Büsser (1872-1973) lived at Number 71.
French operatic soprano.
She was married to the conductor Henri Büsser.
Belgian dancer and choreographer.
La Ronde des saisons by Henri Büsser (Paris Opera, 22 December 1905)
French contralto opera singer who made her début at the Paris Opera in 1910 in the ballet Les Bacchantes.
On 10 May 1922, she created the roles of Kallista and Julie in the première of Henri Busser's Les noces corinthiennes.