Reynaldo Hahn (1874-1947), while born in Venezuela, moved to Paris at the age of three where he proved himself a child prodigy and learned to compose in the French style of that time. Le Bal de Béatrice d’Este is a charmming post-Romantic ballet that blurs the line between Renaissance Italy and end-of-the-century France. Written for winds, two harps and two pianos in 1905, this seven-movement suite has become standard repertoire for both collegiate wind band and professional orchestras.
|Composed by:||Reynaldo Hahn|
|Format:||Score & Parts|