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Opera and lyrical music
Sheet music for Edmond Dede
SATB — Octavo — 20th Century,Post-Romantic,Christmas
Composed by Denise (Dede) Ondishko. 20th Century, Post-Romantic, Christmas. Octavo. 8 pages. Published by Denise Ondishko (S0.557035).
— listening CD —
Composed by Dede. American Classics. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8559038).
1 Piano, 4 Hands, Piano Duet — Softcover — Classical
1 Piano, 4 Hands. By Edmond Lemaitre. By Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Edited by Edmond Lemaitre. Editions Durand. Classical. Softcover. Composed 2016. 41 pages. Editions Durand #DD16320. Published by Editions Durand (HL.50565846).
String Quartet — Set of Parts — Classical
Parts. By Edmond Lemaitre. By Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Edited by Edmond Lemaitre. Editions Durand. Classical. Set of Parts. Composed 2016. 60 pages. Editions Durand #DD1625801. Published by Editions Durand (HL.50565819).
— vocal score —
Composed by Edmond Audran (1840-1901) and Edmond Audran (1840-1901). Edited by F.C. Burnand and F.C. Burnand. This edition: hardcover. Opera. Vocal score. Published by Library Commerce (LC.39087011227578HC).
2012 Midwest Clinic: Edmond North High School Symphony Orchestra — Edmond North High School Symphony Orchestra
— listening CD —
Recorded live. By Edmond North High School Symphony Orchestra. Release date: January 23, 2013. Mark Records. Listening CD. Duration 49:08:00. Published by Mark Custom Music (MK.50281-MCD).
Solo Organ — — Classical
A Collection of Transcriptions from The Masters for The Standard and Modern Electric Organ with Special Registration for The Hammond Organ. Composed by Edmond Lemaigre, etc., Jean Ravina, Niccolo Van Westerhout, William Fischer, William Hodson, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), Anton Rubinstein (1829-1894), Engelbert Humperdinck (1854-1921), Maurice Ravel (1875-1937), George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Theodore Lack (1846-1921), and Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Edited by William Felton. Arranged by William Felton. Classical. With Standard notation. 143 pages. Theodore Presser Company #413-40004. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.413400040).
clarinet in B-flat, piano — —
Composed by Edmond Avon. With Standard notation. Gerard Billaudot Editeur #524-00962. Published by Gerard Billaudot Editeur (PR.524009620).
Soprano Voice,Alto Voice,Tenor Voice,Bass Voice,Choir,SATB — Score — Romantic Period,Repertoire,Classroom,Celtic,Patriotic
Composed by Edmond O'Ryan (1670-1724). Arranged by Jordan Grigg. Romantic Period, Repertoire, Classroom, Celtic, Patriotic. Score. 5 pages. Published by Jordan Grigg (S0.132899).
Horn in F — —
Composed by Edmond Leloir. With Standard notation. Gerard Billaudot Editeur #534-01054. Published by Gerard Billaudot Editeur (PR.534010540).
A world premiere recording of Dédé‘s music has been made by the Hot Springs Music Festival, conducted by Richard Rosenberg on Naxos 8.559038 (2000)(73:03). Works include "Chicago" (8:35), "Françoise et Tortillard" (5:29), "Mon Sous Off!" (4:32), "Méphisto masqué" (5:28), "Battez aux champs" (5:40), "Cora La Bordelaise" (3:25) and "Mon pauvre coeur" (3:44). "Mon pauvre coeur" was published in 1852 and is the earliest remaining printed work by a Créole of color in New Orleans. Dédé‘s "Quasimodo Symphony" had a successful premiere in New Orleans in 1865. His best known piece is "Le Palmier Overture". He composed "Le Sermente de l’Arabe" during a stay in Algeria in 1865.
Edmond Dédé was a free Créole of color, born in New Orleans, Louisiana on Nov. 20, 1827. He first studied clarinet, then switched to violin. His teachers were Constantin Debergue and Ludovico Gabici. White hostility forced Dédé to flee New Orleans and study music in Mexico for a time. Returning to New Orleans, he worked as a cigar maker. When his funds permitted, he traveled to Belgium and then to France, where he attended the Paris Conservatory. One of his teachers was Jacques-François Halévy. He married a French woman and served as a conductor in Bordeaux for 27 years, at the Théâtre de l’Alcazar. Dédé returned to New Orleans only once, in 1893. The racial prejudice he encountered caused him to return to France. He died in Paris in 1903. Much of his sheet music is preserved at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.