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Jean-Delphin Alard

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École du violon24 Etudes-Caprices, Op.4110 Études mélodiques et progressives, Op.104 Duos élémentaires, Op.22Fantaisie sur 'La traviata', Op.38L'art moderne, Op.5310 Études artistiques, Op.19L'Aragonesa, Op.42Fantaisie de concert sur 'Faust', Op.47Fantasy on Rigoletto, Op.466 Études, Op.28 Fantaisies faciles, Op.39Fantaisie sur 'Ernani', Op.54Grand duo concertant, Op.25Etudes caractéristiques, Op.18Fantaisie sur 'Guillaume Tell', Op.45Le désir, Op.30Fantaisie sur 'Un ballo in maschera', Op.4010 Etudes brillantes, Op.16La juive, Op.48Fantaisie brillante sur 'Polyeucte', Op.5916 Morceaux de salon, Op.49Fantaisie sur 'Le bravo', Op.57Fantaisie de concert sur 'La reine de Chypre', Op.58Grande fantaisie de concert sur 'L'Africaine', Op.56Grande fantaisie de concert sur 'Robert le diable', Op.44Fantaisie sur 'Il Trovatore', Op.37Barcarolle et Saltarelle, Op.26Vilanelle, Op.29Canzonetta, Op.433 Mélodies de Schubert, Op.51Tarentelle, Op.14Fantaisie sur 'La Fille du régiment', Op.28Fantaisie sur la Priere de 'Moise', Op.35Souvenir des Pyrénées, Op.13Fantaisie sur 'Linda de Chamounix', Op.12Fantaisie sur 'La Muette de Portici', Op.36Fantaisie sur 'Nabucco', Op.3215 Pièces caractéristiques en forme d'études3 Duos faciles, Op.23Duos brillants, Op.27Ecole classique concertanteFantaisie No.2, Op.4Fantaisie sur un theme original, Op.1L'écho des Alpes, Op.60Le sourireLes Maîtres classiques du violonSouvenirs de Mozart, Op.21String Quartet No.1, Op.8Symphonie concertante No.1, Op.31Symphonie concertante No.2, Op.33Symphonie concertante No.3, Op.34bViolin Concerto No.1, Op.15Violin Concerto No.2, Op.34
Wikipedia
Jean-Delphin Alard (8 March 1815 – 22 February 1888) was a French violinist, composer, and teacher. He was the son-in-law of Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume, and had Pablo de Sarasate amongst his students.
Alard was born in Bayonne, the son of an amateur violinist. From 1827 he was a pupil of F. A. Habeneck at the Paris Conservatoire, where he succeeded Pierre Baillot as professor in 1843, retaining the post till 1875. He was also a pupil of François-Joseph Fétis.
His playing was full of fire and point, and his compositions had a great success in France, while his violin school had a wider vogue and considerably greater value. He was a representative of the modern French school of violin playing, composed nocturnes, duets, études, etc., for the violin, and was the author of an Ecole du violon, which was adopted by the Conservatoire. Mention should also be made of his edition in 40 parts of a selection of violin compositions by the most eminent masters of the 18th century, Les Maitres classiques du violon (Schott). Alard died in Paris.