University of Leeds



Editor: Alfred Bachelet

Alfred Bachelet (1864-1944) was born in Paris where he studied with Ernest Guiraud at the Paris Conservatoire and was awarded the Prix de Rome in 1890.  He was a important figure in French opera during the early  twentieth century, directing the chorus of the Paris OpĂ©ra, before becoming principal conductor in 1907. In 1919 he succeeded Guy Ropartz as director of the Conservatoire Natiolan de Musique de Nancy, where he remained until his death.


Title Composer Work Publisher Publication No. Date
Quintette en fa mineur Brahms, Johannes Piano Quintet in F minor Durand & fils D & F 11634 1929 View