Cécile Louise Stéphanie Chaminade (August 8, 1857 – April 13, 1944) was a French composer and pianist.
Born in Paris, she studied at first with her mother, then with Félix Le Couppey, Savart, Martin Pierre Joseph Marsick, and Benjamin Godard, but not officially, since her father disapproved of her musical education.
Her first experiments in composition took place in very early days, and in her eighth year she played some…
|1||Serenade Espagnole||11 listeners|
|2||Concertino for flute & piano, Op. 107||5 listeners|
|3||Concertino for flute and orchestra||5 listeners|
|4||Serenade Espagnole, Op. 150||4 listeners|
|6||Automne (Op.35 No.2)||3 listeners|
|7||Mignonne (1894)||3 listeners|
|8||Air de Ballet||3 listeners|
|9||Concertino Op.107||3 listeners|
|10||Sérénade espagnole, Op. 150 (arr. Fritz Kreisler)||3 listeners|