Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy

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Picture from a purported portrait of Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy

Jean-Baptiste Duvernoy (c. 1802 – c. 1880) was a French pianist and composer of the Romantic period. He is best known for his Elementary Studies, Op. 176, designed to improve finger co-ordination. He is also known for The School of Mechanism, Op. 120. He also wrote many other studies designed to help finger co-ordination.[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.edition-peters.com/php/stock_info.php?section=music&pno=EP3277

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