Hue Fantaisie for Flute and Piano


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Hue Fantaisie for Flute and Piano

Hue Fantaisie for Flute and Piano


Georges Hüe

French classical composer Georges Hüe (1858-1948) studied under the guidance of Charles Gounod and César Franck, excelling in composition. In 1879, he achieved notable recognition by winning the prestigious Prix de Rome with his captivating cantata, Médée. This accolade marked the beginning of Hüe’s promising career in the world of classical music.

After returning to Paris, Hüe made a remarkable entrance onto the stage with his first major work, Les Pantins (“The Jumping Jacks”). One of Hüe’s most celebrated works, Dans l’ombre de la cathédrale, captivated audiences with its topical plot centred around the conflicting ideals of socialism and Catholicism. This opera achieved great success and enjoyed multiple revivals throughout the 1920s. Hüe’s compositions extended beyond the operatic realm, encompassing a wide range of musical genres.

Notably, his choral works earned him well-deserved acclaim and recognition. Additionally, Hüe showcased his talent for composing for the flute, with pieces such as the Fantaisie for flute and orchestra. Originally written in 1913 for flute and piano, this enchanting composition was later orchestrated in 1923.

This piece was written for Adolphe Hennebains, legendary professor of the Paris Conservatory.


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