Guy Sacre, classical music composer
Guy Sacre is a French composer, pianist and music critic. He was born in 1948.
He is best known for writing piano music and critical review covering much of the piano repertoire, some 4,000 works by 272 composers.
In his compositions, Guy Sacre tries to revive the French musical tradition. He is the author of Twenty-Four Preludes and Songs based on poems of Paul Verlaine, Jean Cocteau and Apollinaire.
He founded with Billy Eidi Contrechants, the association intended to rediscover an unknown reportoire (concerts "Piano in the Palais Royal" from 1991 to 1995, in cooperation with the National Library).
Guy Sacre is also the author of radio programs ( Radio Suisse Romande ) and conferences focused on issues of musical aesthetics and literature, such as "Music and the elements", " Vigny and silence, " "Apollinaire poet of memory, " or "Masks and Bergamo."
Since 1994, he was a music advisor of the Chopin Festival in Paris.
Prélude n°4 ( live rec )
Prélude n°10 ( live rec )
Prélude no. 24 ( live rec )
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