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De la Méthode bleue à Maïté: Jean Iribarnégaray, pédagogue et compositeur

MOREL BOROTRA, Natalie (2000) De la Méthode bleue à Maïté: Jean Iribarnégaray, pédagogue et compositeur. Musiker. Cuadernos de Música (12). pp. 41-54. ISSN 1137-4470

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Abstract

Jean Iribarnégaray, also known as Jean Iri (1897-1947), was a pianist and a composer who spent his time divided between his natal village of Saint - Palais and Sens (Yonne). After going through his biography and the catalogue of his works, two aspects of his activity are then approached: that of pedagogue (particularly as the author of a Méthode bleue (blue Method) that was very appreciated in his time) and that as author of a small "comic Basque opera" titled Maïte. This work is considered as the distant heir of the Basque operas from the previous generation and as the illustration of the folklorization of Basque culture that is expressed in the Paris International Exhibition (1937) where it was presented .

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Continuación de Cuadernos de Sección. Música
Uncontrolled Keywords:Música; Euskal Herria
Subjects:Sciences of Arts and Letters
ID Code:7125
Last Modified:11 May 2011 16:43
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