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Albert Verley (1867-1959): Pastels sonores No.7 "Sclava"

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« on: November 29, 2018, 03:25:02 pm »

Most likely nobody of you ever heard of Albert Verley. I never did until discovering an autograph manuscript of his music. It is curious that the only student of Erik Satie, the main supporter of Vladimir Golschmann and so a promoter of the music by "Les Groupe des Six" is virtually forgotten nowadays. But Albert Verley was an interesting figure and so if you are interested in a biography about him and the score of the Prelude for his "Pastels sonores No.7 'Sclava'", composed in 1920, please stop by at my website:

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