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cover Côte Ouest Robert Martin
Publisher : Robert Martin
Grade : Cycle 1
Duration : 2'30
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Saxophone
Style & options : Saxophone and piano

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Piece for horn and piano for the first cycle of Pascal Proust.
Born in 1959, Pascal Proust studied music at the Conservatoire d'Orléans, before entering the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris 1974.
He obtained 3 first prize (Specializing Solfège, Horn in the class of Georges Barboteu and Chamber Music in the class of Maurice Bourgue).
En 1985, he won the third prize at the International Competition in Toulon.
He was a member of Philharmonistes Chateauroux (with Georges Barboteu), the Ars Nova Ensemble (Executive Marius Constant) then the Woodwind Quintet of Paris (with Pierre Pierlot oboe, Jacques Castagner flute, André André Rabot Boutard clarinet and bassoon). With these 3 sets, He has given hundreds of concerts in Europe, United States, Japan, Polynesia ... and recorded over twenty albums and TV shows.
Holder AC-, Pascal Proust was until 2007 horn professor at the Conservatoire d'Orléans. It is since 1 January 2008 Professor of Chamber Music at the CRR of Paris.
Director of a collection devoted to the cor Editions Combre, we owe him a method 2 volumes (I hear the horn), studies and pieces for horn and piano, and a hundred other pieces for various instruments, chamber music and large ensemblessets divers (published in Gb Billaudot, La Stravaganza, R. Martin, Notissimo, Fertile plain and McCoy's Horn Library in the U.S.).
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