Florence Mulsant

(born in Dakar, Senegal, 1962), composer. She studied for  twelve years at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. She had a traditional training course with the French great masters in harmony (class of Jean-Claude Raynaud), counterpoint (class of Jean-Claude Henry), fugue (class of Marcel Bitsch), analysis (class of Jacques Casterède) orchestration (class of Serge Nigg) and composition (class of Alain Bancquart). She also studied in Schola Cantorum with Allain Gaussin. These years of studies were for her the opportunity to learn various techniques of compositional writing.
Selected works: Sonate de concert op. 19 for violin solo ; Sonate pour violoncelle seul op. 27 dedicated to Henri Demarquette ; 24 préludes pour piano op. 38 ; Trio op. 23 for violon, cello, piano ; Quatuor à cordes N. 1 op. 26 ; Double quatuor à cordes op. 40 ; Symphonie pour cordes N.1 op 32 ; Symphonie N.2 «Exil » op. 33 ; Oratorio pour une femme seule : Simone Weill op. 39 ; Les jardins d’Etoiles pour violon et orchestre op. 44 ; 4 nocturnes pour orchestre op. 37.

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