Reynaldo Hahn

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Reynaldo Hahn' (August 9, 1874 – January 28, 1947) was a Venezuelan, naturalized Frenchman, composer, conductor, music critic, theatre director, and salon singer. Best known as a composer of songs, he wrote in the French tradition of the mélodie at a time when it was transitioning from the style of the older chanson.


VOCAL WORKS: COLLECTIONS


Chansons grises


Douze rondels (Twelve rondels)



Études Latines (Latin Etudes)



Five Little Songs (Cinq petites chansons)



Les feuilles blessées



Love without wings ( Amour sans ailes)



Mélodies [collection]



Mozart [opera]



Neuf mélodies retrouvées [collection]



Venezia (Venice) (Venezia)


VOCAL WORKS: ALPHABETICAL ORDER (BY TITLE)


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B


C


D


E


F


G


I


J


L


M


N


O


P


Q


R


S


T


V


W