Emile Nerini


"Contes barbares" (1902), oil on canvas, 130 x 89 cm, of the painter Paul Gauguin, contemporary of Nerini (Museum Folkwang, Essen)

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The musician Emile Nerini, author of instrumental and vocal music, was born in Colombes on the second February 1882, the same year of the composers Abranyi (Ábrányi), Atanasov, Bergh, Bimboni, Bingham, Braunfels, Coates, Daffner, Farmer, Gnesin, Hageman, Kodály, Konjovic, Kricka, Kálmán, Laliberté, Lattuada, Lendvay, Lyford, Malipiero, Marinuzzi, Nef, O'Hara, Pick-Mangiagalli, Powell, Radó, Safranek-Kavic, Saminsky, Stravinsky, Szymanowski, Turina y Perez. He died in Parigi on the 22nd March 1967

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Emile Nerini

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"Manoël" was performed on the 11th of May 1905 in Parigi

"Le Soir de Waterloo" was performed in Parigi on the 17th of April 1910

"L'Épreuve dernière" was performed in Monte Carlo on the 16th of March 1912

"Mazeppa" was performed in Bordeaux in 1925

"Mademoiselle Sans-Gêne" has been represented in 1966 in Bordeaux


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