François-Auguste Gevaert was a Belgian musicologist and composer. Contents. 1 Life; 2 His many prose writings include a Treatise on Instrumentation (still. A. Gevaert’s Nouveau traité d’instrumentation. ()3 and Cours méthodique d’ orchestration (),4 Ernest Guiraud’s. Traité pratique d’instrumentation. A New Treatise on Instrumentation. by Gevaert, F.A. (translated by E.F.E. Suddard). Condition: VG, original cover bound in but loose, exlibrary no text markings.
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This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat Bach ‘s compositions, whilst Gevaert’s daughter Jacqueline Marthe married the singer and art historian Hippolyte Fierens-Gevaert.
Retrieved from ” https: The EtudePhiladelphia: Soon Gevaert’s compositions attracted attention, and he won the Belgian Prix de Rome which entitled him to two years’ travel. Showing all editions for ‘A new treatise on instrumentation’. Advanced Search Find a Library. After a short stay in Paris he went to Spain, and subsequently to Italy.
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A New Treatise on Instrumentation by Gevaert, F.A. (translated by E.F.E. Suddard) –
Traité général d’instrumentation (Gevaert, François-Auguste)
Nuevo tratado de instrumentacion. Nowadays he is mostly remembered, even in his native land, less as a composer than as a teacher, historian, and lecturer. A new treatise on instrumentation by F A Gevaert.
Four years later, he was instumentation head of the Brussels Conservatoire. The journey was postponed during the production of his first opera and other works. Displaying Editions 1 – 10 out of His father was a baker, and he was intended for the same profession, but better counsels prevailed and he was permitted to study music.
In that role, he “exerted a far-reaching influence through his historical concerts, producing works of all nations and periods. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Though during his lifetime Gevaert’s own music enjoyed considerable success in Belgium it included no fewer than a dozen operas, two of which were Quentin Durward and Le Capitaine Henriotit is now forgotten, save for some of his choral pieces, which have recently been issued on CD by the Fuga Libera label.
Notable students of Gevaert included Alfred Wotquennewho is best known for having provided the first thorough listing of Isntrumentation. Cancel Forgot your password?