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Gallay - Three Grand Duets, Opus 38

j f gallayJacques François Gallay (1795 - 1864) Gallay was born in Perpignan, France on December 8, 1795. Gallay received horn lessons from his father at age 10. Four years later he made his debut as soloist for François Deviennes opera, Les Visitandines. in the theater of Perpignan. His father denied him further study but in 1820 he began study with Louis François Dauprat at the Paris Conservatoire. He spent one year with Permians Prix and then was a member of several Paris Orchestras. He was the successor to Dauprat as Professor of Horn (natural horn) at the Conservatory and had this job until 1864. He died in Paris on October 18, 1864.

Each duet has three movements. These are exceptional duets and well suited for performance. Dauprat composed three Grand Trios, that are really nice and fun to play. These duets are equally great.

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Gallay Grand Duet Book Set

Gallay Grand Duets, Duet No. 1, first movement - Horn 1

Gallay Grand Duets, Duet No. 2, first movement - Horn 2

Gallay Grand Duets, Duet No. 1, first movement - Euphonium 2

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Gallay 1

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Gallay Grand Duets
2 Books: Horn 1,
Horn 2 / Euphonium 2