Cyrille Rose

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Cyrille Rose by Pierre Petit, 1880

Cyrille Rose, full name Chrysogone Cyrille Rose (Lestrem Pas-de-Calais, 13 February 1830 - 1902, Meaux)[1] was an important French Clarinetist, and served as principal clarinet at the Paris Opera. He was a teacher and composer of pedagogical material for the clarinet, much of which is still widely in use today (see the new edition of the famous 32 études from the manuscript by Philippe Cuper,IMD edition Paris).

Cyrille's teacher was Hyacinthe Klosé. He studied under Klosé at the Paris Conservatoire, gaining First Prize in 1847.

He taught many famous clarinet players, such as:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pamela Weston, More Clarinet Virtuosi of the Past, Fentone Music Ltd, p210, ISBN 0-9506259-1-4

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