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Godard was born August 18, 1849, at Paris, and died at Cannes, January 10, 1895. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire under Reber (harmony) and Vieuxtemps (violin). He accompanied Vieuxtemps twice to Germany, and also devoted himself to chamber music. He composed music with great facility, and, indeed, his work suffers at times from a lack of careful revision. Nevertheless he gradually obtained recognition. In 1876 his concerto Romantique was performed at the Concerts Populaires, and other works of large… read more

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  • Avatar for Vasilievich
    For anyone interested, do listen to the Concerto Romatique for Violin & Orchestra, particularly the 3rd movement performed by Violinist Chloe Hanslip with the Slovak State PO conducted by Kirk Trevor. Quite a charming piece.

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