Brüll - Cello sonata G-dur op.12

Brüll - Cello sonata G-dur op.12


Brüll - Cello sonata G-dur op.12. You can download the PDF sheet music Brüll - Cello sonata G-dur op.12 on this page. In 1778, Bréval started off his career at the Concert Spirituel as composer and performer. Between 1781 and 1791 he was cellist for the Concert Spirituel then for the Théâtre Feydeau Orchestra between 1791 and 1800 and finally between 1801 and 1814 at the Opera Orchestra. At the same time, he pursued his teaching career which led him to becoming a professor at the brand-new Conservatoire de Paris between 1796 to 1802. This resulted in a Traité de Violoncelle op. 42 which was published in 1804.


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Jean-Baptiste Sebastien Bréval (1753 – 1823) was a French cellist and composer. He wrote mostly pieces for his own instrument, and performed many world premières of his own pieces.
Bréval was born in Paris, and went on to study with François Cupis (1735-1810) and Martin Berteau. By 1774, he was an active cello teacher. In 1775, he published his opus 1, six concertante quartets. In 1776, he became a member of the «Société Académique des Enfants d'Apollon». Kicking off his career by performing one of his sonatas at a Concert Spirituel in 1778, he became a member of their orchestra from 1781 to 1791, and from 1791 to 1800 he played in the orchestra of the Théâtre Feydeau.
Later he became involved in the administration of the «Concerts de la rue de Cléry» and a member of the Paris Opera orchestra. He retired from the orchestra in 1816. The Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung states that Bréval taught at the Conservatoire although this can not be verified by Conservatoire documents. However, Bréval's compositions were definitely used for instruction at the Conservatoire. Bréval died in Colligis, Aisne.
 
 
     
 
 
 
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