Henry Lemoine (born October 21, 1786 in Paris, died May 18, 1854 ) was a French piano teacher, music publisher and composer. Although his compositions are generally unimportant, his piano method and harmony textbook are still of much interest to those learning the instrument.
In 1816 he took over his father Antoine Marcel Lemoine's music publishing business. His father had had founded the company in 1772 and still exists today under the name of Editions Henry Lemoine. Lemoine was the publisher for Frédéric Chopin. In 1844 he also published Hector Berlioz's Traité d'orchestration. He worked with Ferdinando Carulli to publish a solfège textbook by Adolphe Danhauser called Solfège des Solfèges, which is still print. In 1850 Lemoine, then blind and, turned over his company to his son Achille Lemoine.
The company, Editions Henry Lemoine, is still a leader in music publishing.
Lemoine wrote a number of works of music education (including Études infantines), an extensive collection of piano pieces called Bagatelles and Recreations Musicales. His Méthode et des études de piano is still in use today.
- Gandolf on rosebush
- Study in A minor
- Estudios infantiles para piano, 1866
- Solfeo de los solfeos
- Etudes enfantines
- Solfège des solfèges
- Études enfantines pour piano
- Il Turco in Italia
- Jean de Paris
One of his songs were study in c.
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