"Flower Clouds" (1903), pastel, 44.5 x 54.2 cm, of the painter Odilon Redon, contemporary of Lévy (The Art Institute of Chicago)

ItalianOPERA: sheet music, free MIDI, MP3 - DVD

Michel-Maurice Lévy


ItalianOPERA: sheet music, free MIDI, MP3 - DVD

The composer Michel-Maurice Lévy was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Ville-d'Avray on the 28th June 1883, the same year of the composers Allen, Bartels, Bastianelli, Bath, Bossi, Casella, Davison, Doelle, Hauer, Hernried, Hrimalý, Infante, Jacobi, Kalomiris, Kartsev, Klenau, Krein, Kunc, Lhotka, Lloyd, Luncani, Mandic, Manén, Moonie, Perrachio, Pringsheim, Refice, Samuel, Santoliquido, Toselli. Died in Parigi on the 24th Jenuary 1965

project Lévy (Deeper articles)

Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of Late Romanticism


"Pom-Pom" has been represented in 1928

"Le Cloître" has been represented in 1932 in Lione

"Les Exploits galants du Baron de Crac" has been represented in 1932

"Lydia" has been represented in 1936 in Bruxelles

"D'Artagnan" was performed in 1945

"La Demoiselle de Carentan" has been represented in Parigi in 1951

"Dolorés" has been represented in 1952 in Parigi

"Moïse" has been represented in Mulhouse

Michel-Maurice Lévy


copyright ItalianOPERA ©