For Flute, Clarinet and Piano
By Maurice Emmanuel (1907)
Published by Editions Lemoine
Piano score and parts (parts are stapled inside of piano score)
I. Allegro con spirito
III. Allegro molto e leggierissimo
Dedication: à R. et M. d’Harcourt
Maurice Emmanuel (1862 -1938) was brought up in Dijon, and became a chorister at Beaune cathedral after his family moved to the city in 1867. In 1880 he went to Paris, and he entered the Paris Conservatoire, where his composition teacher was Léo Delibes. Emmanuel pursued a notable academic career. He wrote a treatise in 1895 on the music of Ancient Greece, and was appointed professor of the history of music at the Conservatoire in 1907. Other appointments included choirmaster at the church of Sainte-Clotilde from 1904 to 1907, assisted by Emile Poillot, during the tenure of organist Charles Tournemire.