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Edouard Nanny: Methode complete - 1

Methode complete - 1. Nanny, Edouard
 
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Methode complete - 1

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Edouard Nanny

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Eduard Nanny studied at the Paris Conservatory, later teaching there from 1920 to 1940, and received a First Prize for the double bass in 1892. While leading a career as a solo double bass player he also played with major orchestras, such as the Choncerts Lamoureux and the Opéra-Comique. Playing a three-string double bass, he founded in 1901, with Henri Casadesus, the Société de Concerts des Instruments Anciens, the president of which was Camille Saint-Saëns, its aim being to revive works from past centuries. The society organise several international tours. A composer for his own instrument, he also wrote studies based on works by Bach and Beethoven, as well as a complete method for the four-string and five-string double bass. In two parts, this is a fundamental work, indispensable for knowledge of the instrument: its exceptional pedagogical value means that even today it is a reference work for the teaching of the double bass.

(ISMN 9790046158766)