Shabrov Emanyuel (Chabrier Emmanuel)( French composer)
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Biography Shabrov Emanyuel (Chabrier Emmanuel)
It is full of bright colors works influenced by Spanish culture. Alexis Emanyuel Shabrov born January 18, 1841 in Amber (Department of Puy-de-Dц¦me, Auvergne). When he was 16 years old, the family moved to Paris, where for five years Shabrov studied law. He was allowed to simultaneously play music, and he took piano lessons from E. Wolff, a former friend of Chopin. In 1862 Shabrov joined the Ministry of the Interior, in 1880 he retired and devoted himself entirely to music.
Even before the resignation Shabrov experienced the joy of the first successes in musical theater productions of his career at the Operetta Star (L'Etoile, 1877) and the satirical operetta failure of education (Une Education manque, 1879). These works, as well as three-act opera King willy-nilly (Le Roi malgr lui, 1887) have established a reputation Shabrov musical wit and original composer. This view was strengthened after the publication in 1889, trilogy of humorous songs: Ballade des gros dindons (Ballad fat turkeys), Vilanelle des petits canards (Vilanella little ducklings), Pastorale des cochons roses (Pastoral pink piglets). These works and other typical Shabrov play, . such, . as fantastic Bourret (Bourre fantastique), . Joyful march (Joyeuse marche), . Poem-Rhapsody Spain (Espaa), and three romantic waltz (Trois valses romantiques) for two pianos, . provided the composer an honorable place in the history of European music,
. To a lesser extent it concerns the opera Gwendoline (Gwendoline; staged in Brussels in 1886). Shabrov died in Paris on September 13, 1894.
With creativity Shabrov in French music began to sound the motives of fun, outrageous, sparkling wit. His innovative style and especially the bold harmonic letter paved the way for the next generation of authors such as Ravel, Erik Satie, and influenced the aesthetics of 'Six'.