Marc Vignal

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Marc Vignal (born 21 December 1933 in Nogent-sur-Marne) is a noted French musicologist,[1] writer and radio producer for France Musique and program manager at Radio France (1975–99), a journalist for Harmony (1964–84), Le Monde de la musique (1985–2009) and Classica (2009–). He collaborated in the writing of Fayard Guides: symphonic, sacred, chamber and piano under the direction of François-René Tranchefort, including French and translated The Classical Style by Charles Rosen (Gallimard, 1978, repr. 2000), and Bach Interpretation by Paul Badura-Skoda (Buchet-Chastel 1999). Vignal is the author of numerous lectures, articles and books on music and musicians.[2]

Works[edit]

Selected works include:

  • Joseph Haydn – Seghers 1964
  • Jean Sibelius – Seghers 1965
  • Mahler – The Threshold 1966, repr. 1995
  • Dictionary of music under the direction of Marc Vignal 1982
  • Dictionary of musicians under the direction of Marc Vignal – Larousse 1985
  • Joseph Haydn, the man and his workFayard 1988
  • Bach's son – Fayard 1997
  • Joseph Haydn – First & Autobiography Biography, Translated and introduced by Marc Vignal Aubier-Flammarion 1997
  • Haydn and Mozart – Fayard 2001
  • Muzio Clementi – Fayard Mirare 2003
  • Jean Sibelius – Fayard 2004
  • Beethoven and Vienna – Fayard Mirare 2004
  • Michael Haydn – Bleu Nuit 2009
  • Antonio Salieri – Bleu Nuit 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ FMQ. Esittävän säveltaiteen edistämiskeskus (Finland), Performing Music Promotion Centre (Finland), Luovan Säveltaiteen Edistämissäätiö (Finland). 2005.
  2. ^ "Fayard". Retrieved 17 February 2012.