Charles Dennée

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Charles Dennée (1863 – 1946) was an American composer. He wrote many pedagogical pieces for piano, and also composed a number of songs.

Compositions[edit]

  • Suite Moderne Op.8 (1885) 1.Prelude 2.Novelette 3.Danse Orientale 4.Romanza 5.Etude Caracteristique
  • Danse Moderne Op.9 No.1
  • 3 Morceaux Op.10 (1885) 1.Serenade 2.Gavotte 3.Album Leaf
  • Rondo Villageois Op.12 No.3
  • Albumleaves Op.15 (1888)
  • Suite de Ballet Op.23 (1894) 1.? 2.? 3.? 4.Tarantelle in A minor 5.Danse Humoristique
  • 5 Etudes Op.26 (1896) 1.Toccata 2.Le Papillon 3.Impromptu 4.Caprice 5.Tarantelle (Etude d'octaves)
  • Mountain Scenes Op.30 (1902) 1.In the Canon 2.Arbutus 3.Sprites of the Glen 4.The Placid Lake 5.Forest Sounds 6.The Rainbow 7.A Burro Ride 8.Dance of the Gnomes 9.Around the Campfire
  • 3 Compositions Op.31 (1905) 1.Hide and Seek 2.Marche Mignonne 3.Elfin Revelry
  • 3 Morceaux Caracteristiques Op.32 (1905)
  • L'Irresistible Op.33 (1908)
  • Dearest (song) Op.38 No.1 (1911)
  • Polonaise in A-flat major Op.39 No.2 (1913)
  • 2 Pianoforte Compositions Op.41 (1921) 1.? 2.The Whirling Doll - Impromptu

References[edit]

  • Howard, John Tasker (1939). Our American Music: Three Hundred Years of It. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company. 

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