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composer

Étienne Nicolas Méhul

life
22 June 1763 - 18 October 1817

Intro to Méhul

Étienne Nicolas Méhul was a French composer, "the most important opera composer in France during the Revolution." He was also the first composer to be called a "Romantic".
Le Chant Du Départ, Hymne De Guerre De 1793
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Symphony No. 3 in C Major: II. Andante
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Le chant du depart
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Le jeune Henri, "La Chasse du jeune Henry": Overture (arr. L.M. Gottschalk): La Chasse du jeune Henri: Overture (arr. Gottschalk for 3 pianos, 10-hands, orchestra, RO 54b)
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Le chant du depart (arr. for chamber ensemble)
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Symphonie Nr. 4 in E-Dur: I. Adagio - Allegro
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Symphony No. 1 G Minor: I. Allegro
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Symphonie Nr. 4 in E-Dur: III. Menuet. Allegro
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Méhul : Stratonice : Overture
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Symphonie Nr. 4 in E-Dur: IV. Final. Allegro
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Explore Méhul's music

Léopold Simoneau - French & Italian Arias And Duets
Richard Tucker - A Treasury of French Opera Arias
Une odyssée baroque
Russian Performing Art: Mikhail Alexandrovich, Tenor
Mehul, E.-N.: Irato, Ou L'Emporte (L') [Opera]
Mccormack, John: Mccormack Edition, Vol. 7: The Acoustic Recordings (1916-1918)
Cello Masterpieces: Gaspar Cassadó (Berlin 1935 - 1940)
Orchestral Music (French) - Mehul, E.-N. / Berlioz, H. / Lalo, E. / Saint-Saens, C. / Charpentier, G. / Roussel, A. / Dupont, G.E.X.
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