Sonate Provençale (Aube, Lucien-Marie)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Durand, 1952. Plate D.& F. 13.572
Copyright
Misc. Notes From the uploader's library. On the spruced up illustration the pencilled sum on the cover has been removed digitally, which paltry sum (20 centimes) decided the uploader to bag this work at a second-hand music store in Paris (Cauchard or more probably Gibert) in the sixties, at which date the probably fed up librarian, on account of the composer being unknown and despite the appealing title, instigated a clearing out procedure.
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General Information

Work Title Sonate Provençale
Alternative. Title
Composer Aube, Lucien-Marie
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements
  1. Le Matin
  2. Scherzo Provençal
  3. Coucher de Soleil
  4. Soir de la Saint-Jean
First Publication. 1952
Dedication Lucette Descaves (1906-1993)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano

Misc. Comments

The General Catalog at BnF lists a little under 50 titles by this quite forgotten composer, who apart from this 'Provençal' sonata, also composed the music for a seasonal Provençal Fairy Tale in three scenes called La Crèche Merveilleuse first performed at the Casino of Marseille on December 22 1920 with L.Berthaud of the Opéra Comique in the title role. A shortlist of works can also be found here