Gustave Samazeuilh

Samazeuilh began his career in law before turning his attention to music. Studying with Chausson, d’Indy, Bordes and later Paul Dukas at the Schola Cantorum, Samazeulih developed a style in line with early Ravel and Debussy. He would even claim that a theme from one of his own works, Naïades au soir, was adopted almost unchanged by Ravel for the theme of the Nymphs in Daphnis et Chloe. For the period, his music was essentially conservative.

Year / Artwork Title Importance Medium
1933 Luciole 3.50 stars 10" 45 rpm
Original for Clarinet or Flute and Piano

Nelly Caron - Ondes Martenon
Guillemette Boyer - Piano