Edmond Malherbe

Malherbe studied composition with Jules Massenet and Gabriel Fauré. In 1899 he won the second Prix de Rome. He was awarded the Prix Trémont of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in 1907, 1913 and 1921. In 1950 he won the Grand Prix musical de la Ville de Paris.

Malherbe composed many operas, symphonic works songs and chamber music. Also he is the author of two musical treatises. His Sextuor was described by Fauré in 1897 as “a remarkable work in excellent form”.

SEXTUOR (1895) TWEC: deest
fl ob eh cl bn hn
I. Allegro moderato, II. Andantino, III. Presto
Perf. Time
ca 16’
is like (a younger and smaller brother of) Gounod’s Petite Symphonie


Malherbe, Edmond
Sextuor (1895)
F.E.  1103/56 score and parts
fl ob eh cl bn hn
€ 55.-


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