Georges Hüe Composer

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Georges Adolphe Hüe (6 May 1858 – 7 June 1948) was a French composer of classical music. Hüe was born in Versailles (Yvelines) into a noted family of architects. His musical education included studies with Charles Gounod and César Franck. In 1879, he won the Prix de Rome with his cantata Médée. Upon his return to Paris, the Opéra Comique produced his first stage work, Les Pantins ("The Jumping Jacks"). This plotless, two-act set-piece for four singers doubling roles completely ignored fashionable realist trends of the day, and won high acclaim. For the next twenty years, his musical career went in other directions. Hüe returned to the stage with his first full-length opera, Le Roi de Paris, a historical drama with a subplot about unrequited love. His follow-up opera was Titania. Stimulated by fantasy and Shakespeare, this work is noteworthy for its impressionisitic woodland scenes for chorus and orchestra. In 1910, the Opéra produced Le Miracle, a grand five-act work combining the mythological story of Pygmalion with a religious miracle.

Personal details

Date of birth
May 6th, 1858
Nationality
France
Date of death
June 7th, 1948 at age of 90
Place of death
Paris, France

Music albums

Album title Release date Release type Recording type Recording length Additional artists Contributors
Liebermann Flute Concerto and Works by Hüe, Poulenc and Nielsen
2010 Album
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Katherine Bryan

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