Gabriel Grovlez4 apr 1879 (Lille) - 20 oct 1944 (Paris)
Gabriel Marie Grovlez (4 April 1879, Lille, France – 20 October 1944, Paris, France) was an eminent French composer and conductor.
He studied with Gabriel Fauré at the Conservatoire de Paris, and taught at the Schola Cantorum. His main work was with the Societé National de l'Opéra, and his compositions were mainly for voice. Much of his work shows strong neo-classical influences.
Works include L'almanac aux images, which are settings for the piano of poems, including Berceuse de la poupée and Les petites litanies de Jésus.
- Cœur de Rubis, Légende féérique (Opera) in 3 acts (1906); libretto by Gabriel Montoya
- Maïmouna, Fantasy-Ballet in 2 scenes (1916); libretto by P. André Gérard
- La princesse au jardin, Ballet in 1 act (1943); libretto by Emile Vuillermoz
- Chamber music
- Sonata for violin and piano (1908)
- Divertissement for flute and piano (1912)
- Concertino for flute or clarinet and piano
- Lamento et tarentelle for clarinet and piano (1923)
- Romance et scherzo for flute and piano (1927)
- Sarabande et allegro for oboe and piano (1929)
- Sicilienne et allegro giocoso for bassoon and piano (1930)
- Romance, scherzo et finale for viola and piano (1932)
- Sonata for cello and piano (1936)
- Au jardin de l'enfance (In The Garden of Childhood), 6 Pieces (1907)
- Improvisations sur Londres (1910)
- L'almanach aux images, 8 Pieces after poems of Tristan Klingsor (1911)
- Trois pièces (1913)
- Fancies, 7 Pieces (1915)
- Petite valse
- Cake Walk
- Trois valses romantiques (1917)
- Deux études de difficulté transcendante (1919)
- Impressions, 2 Pieces (1934)
- La chambre blanche, 10 Songs on poems of Henry Bataille (1903)
- La flûte for voice and piano (1907); words by José-Maria de Heredia
- Sagesse, 5 Poems of Paul Verlaine for high voice and piano (1910)
- Trois mélodies sur des poèmes de Jean Dominique for voice and piano (1912)
- Guitares et mandolines for voice and piano (1913); words by Camille Saint-Saëns
- Les mélancolies passionnées, 8 Songs on poems of Charles Guérin (1924)
- Trois ballades françaises for voice and piano on poems of Paul Fort (1927)
- ^ "Grovlez Biography". Piano Society. http://pianosociety.com/cms/index.php?section=1390. Retrieved 2007-12-17.
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