|Bernard DE CREPY - Analysis and composition|
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After receiving first prize at the Paris Conservatory in harmony, counterpoint and fugue in the classes of Henry Challan, of Noël Gallon, and of Marcel Brion, Bernard de Crépy was awarded first prize in Tony Aubin’s composition class.
He also studied conducting with Pierre Delvaux at the Ecole Normale of Paris, and piano with Jean and Gaby Casadessus. As a composer, Bernard de Crépy is known for his authorship of a number of works: theme and variations for piano and violin, an orchestra suite, of pieces for piano and clarinet, for piano and horn, for piano and two percussion instruments, of a score for clarinet and orchestra dedicated to Jacques Merer, (a state designated commission for the Orchestra of Lille) and of a sextet for trombone and woodwinds, a barcarole for piano in homage to Gabriel Fauré, and twenty fanciful preludes for piano.
Along with Marcel Landowski, Bernard de Crépy was responsible for the founding of the Besançon International Competition for Composition. Bernard de Crépy has also published a number of educational anthologies of writing, a subject he has been teaching at the CNSMDP since 1972.
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