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  1. Germaine Tailleferre: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in Music) by Robert Shapiro, 1993-11-30
  2. Germaine Tailleferre: La dame des Six (Collection Univers musical) (French Edition) by Georges Hacquard, 1998
  3. Les Six: Erik Satie, Jean Cocteau, Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, Arthur Honegger, Germaine Tailleferre, Georges Auric, Louis Durey
  4. Women Classical Composers: Hildegard of Bingen, Clara Schumann, Annette Von Droste-Hülshoff, Germaine Tailleferre, Pauline Viardot
  5. Compositrice de Musique Classique: Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, Germaine Tailleferre, Rolande Falcinelli, Elisabeth Lutyens (French Edition)
  6. Compositions by Germaine Tailleferre: List of Compositions by Germaine Tailleferre, Pancarte Pour une Porte D'entrée, Toccata Pour Deux Pianos
  7. Composers for Piano: Anton Diabelli, Arnold Schoenberg, Germaine Tailleferre, Bradley Joseph, Josef Tal, Jim Brickman, Yanni, Martin Scherber
  8. Germaine Tailleferre: A Bio-Bibliography.: An article from: Notes by Carl B. Schmidt, 1996-12-01
  9. Compositeur Français de Ballet: Darius Milhaud, Erik Satie, Francis Poulenc, Georges Auric, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Germaine Tailleferre (French Edition)
  10. Film Score Composers: Philip Glass, Goran Bregovic, Max Steiner, Germaine Tailleferre, Trevor Jones, Arvo Pärt, Michel Legrand, Virgil Thomson
  11. Compositeur Français de Musique de Film: Luc Besson, Serge Gainsbourg, Darius Milhaud, André Hossein, Georges Auric, Germaine Tailleferre (French Edition)
  12. People From Val-De-Marne: Claudette Colbert, Alain Lipietz, Germaine Tailleferre, Eugène Delacroix, Jean Giraud, Jean-Claude Mézières
  13. Naissance à Saint-Maur-Des-Fossés: Vanessa Paradis, Jean-Pierre Danel, Germaine Tailleferre, Patrick Préjean, Christian Brunet, Lucien Laurent (French Edition)
  14. Groupe Des Six: Francis Poulenc, Arthur Honegger, Darius Milhaud, Jean Cocteau, Germaine Tailleferre, Georges Auric, Louis Durey (German Edition)

1. Germaine Tailleferre
Summary of her musical accomplishments, friendships, inspirations, and aspirations with photograph Category Arts Music Composers T Tailleferre, Germaine......Germaine Tailleferre. (18921983). . Notice de Georges Hacquard, Présidentde l’Association Germaine Tailleferre. Translated by Joan Marlow.
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Holder of the Paris Conservatory’s highest awards, staunchly allied to her friends Darius Milhaud and Arthur Honegger, she was called upon by Erik Satie and Jean Cocteau to be part of the "Group of Six" (along with Poulenc, Auric, and Durey). These young composers, with Cocteau’s encouragement, rebelled against the impressionistic "fog" and the Wagnerian "pathos". Their inspration included popular and traditional musical forms. In Germaine Tailleferre one always finds a respect for musical tradition, in particular that of the 17th century masters, along with an instinctive use of polytonality. A friend of Stravinsky, Diaghilev, Ravel, Chaplin, Picasso, and a collaborator of the greatest writers of her time, in particular Claudel, Valéry, Ionesco, Soupault, Tardieu...Germaine Tailleferre’s optimistic music has captivated the most celebrated musicians: Ricardo Vinès, Marguerite Long, Arthur Rubinstein, Jacques Thibaud, Alfred Cortot, Lily Laskine, Nicanor Zabaleta... and prestigious conductors such as Pierre Monteux, Thomas Beecham, Léopold Stokowski, Serge Koussevitzky, Willem Mengelberg. She left behind her, at the end of a long creative life, some 400 works, piano and chamber music, symphonic works, ballets, operas, film music and melodies. She was an officier of the Legion of Honour, holder of the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit, the Music Prize of the Academy of Arts, the musical Grand Prix of the City of Paris.

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7. Germaine Tailleferre - Wikipedia
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Germaine Tailleferre
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Germaine Tailleferre ) was a French composer and the only female member of the famous Group Les Six Born Germaine Taillefesse on April 19 at Saint Maur Des Fossés Ile-de-France France , as a young woman she changed her last name to "Tailleferre" to spite her father who had refused to support her musical studies. She studied piano with her mother at home and composing short works of her own then began at the Conservatory in Paris where she met Darius Milhaud Georges Auric and Arthur Honegger . At the Paris Conservatory she won first prize in several categories and wrote the 18 short works in the Petit Livre de Harp de Madame Tardieu for Caroline Tardieu, the Conservatory’s Assistant Professor of Harp.

8. Germaine Tailleferre
Germaine Tailleferre (1892 1983). After studying at the Conservatoire,Germaine Tailleferre's music received its first performances in 1920.
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After studying at the Conservatoire, Germaine Tailleferre's music received its first performances in 1920. Both Cocteau and Ravel described her music as "charming", ( Ravel , [1928]). She was on fairly good terms with Ravel (see his letter to Roland-Manuel in Orenstein , [1989], letter 236), she benefitted from his advice, and was a visitor to his home at . She became the longest-surviving member of the Groupe des Six www.maurice-ravel.net

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Germaine Tailleferre (1892 1983). FortuneCity website. http//www.fortunecity.fr.
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Germaine Tailleferre was a member of Les Six which also included Georges Auric, Louis Durey, Arthur Honneger, Darius Milhaud and Francis Poulenc.

10. Germaine Tailleferre - Acapedia - Free Knowledge, For All
Friends of Acapedia Germaine Tailleferre. Germaine Tailleferre (1892 1983) wasa French composer and the only female member of the famous Group Les Six.
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11. Germaine Tailleferre @ Unverse
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12. Tailleferre, Germaine (1892 - 1983)
tailleferre, germaine (1892 1983). One of the lesser known membersof the so-called Groupe des Six in Paris in the 1920s, germaine
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Chamber Music Examples of Tailleferre's chamber music are found in her two violin sonatas and violin sonatina, as well as in her Jeux de plein air (Games in the Open Air) for two pianos.

13. A Biographical Sketch Of Germaine Tailleferre
Information about her life and work with photograph, links, and music purchase information.
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Germaine TAILLEFERRE Petit Livre de Harp de Madame Tardieu. It was her artistic connections, which by 1917 also included Picasso and Modigliani, however which lead to her initial success It was in the Montparnasse atelier of one of her painter friends where the initial concert of the "Nouveaux Jeunes" took place, which also included Francis Poulenc and Louis Durey on January 15, 1918, with Tailleferre's Jeux de Pleine Aire as well as her Sonatine for String Quartet, which was later to become the String Quartet (with the addition of a third movement). The publication of Jean Cocteau's manifest for a typically French Music Le Coq et L'Harlequin in 1918 paved the way for Henri Collet's articles in 1920 in the French journal Commedia. It was also Collet who choose the name Les Six , in direct reference to the Five Russians of the 19th century nationalist movement. These two articles, which appeared in January of 1920, lead to overnight fame for the famous group Des Six, which only officially participated in one project together, an album of Piano works. The six musicians remained close for the rest of their lives, however. The legend that Durey ended the Group Des Six with by refusing to participate in is not exactly true. The work was supposed to be written by Auric who did not have time to finish the commission in time. In order to help their friend, the work was parceled out to the other members of the Group who were available and Durey, who was not in Paris at the time, simply didn't take part. The Group Des Six existed in spirit up to Tailleferre's death in 1983, and even today, the children and friends of the various members continue to see each other.

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Listing from Women's Revolutions Per Minute includes photograph, relationship with her father, and Category Arts Music Composers T tailleferre, germaine...... tailleferre, germaine (18921983) Born near Paris, her father objected to herjoining the Paris Conservatoire, though she entered in 1904 (aged 12).
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15. WQXR: Classical Music Scene
Grove Concise Dictionary of Music entry with life, relationship with Les Six, and notable music.
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Writing over a span of seventy years, germaine tailleferre (18921983), one of the intriguing Les Six French composers, leaves behind a diverse body of musical work comprising some two-hundred compositions.
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17. Musica Classica - Classical Music - Klassische Musik - Karadar Bertoldi Ensemble
Karadar dictionary entry with life, links to related composers including Les Six, and major works.
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Germaine Tailleferre Life Works Photo Gallery Home Page Germaine Tailleferre Life One of the lesser known members of the so-called Les Six group of composers (with Poulenc Milhaud Auric Durey and Honegger ), Germaine Tailleferre was influenced by the clarity and simplicity of Satie , and by her teacher Ravel She wrote music that was generally light-weight in style with occasional excursions into new techniques, without ever deserting her original inspiration. Germaine Tailleferre Works Tailleferre's stage works include the 1921 collaboration with other members of Les Six in Cocteau’s "Les mariés de la Tour Eiffel". Other works for the theatre range from the 1923 opera Marchand des oiseaux (Bird-Seller) to the 1961 chamber opera Le maître (The Master), based on Ionesco. Examples of Tailleferre's chamber music are found in her two violin sonatas and violin sonatina, as well as in her Jeux de plein air (Games in the Open Air) for two pianos. Karadar Bertoldi Ensemble Studio Informatico Anesin

18. Informations Biographiques Sur Germaine Tailleferre Et Listge Des Oeuvres édit

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Germaine TAILLEFERRE
Son cercle d'amis s'agrandit bientôt en 1917 de Picasso et de Modigliani, et c'est dans l'atelier de l'un de ces peintres amis qu'a lieu le 15 janvier 1918 le premier concert des "Nouveaux Jeunes" dont font partie Francis Poulenc et Louis Durey ; au programme Jeux de Plein Air et sa Sonatine pour quatuor à cordet, qui allait devenir plus tard par l'addition d'un troisième mouvement, le Quatuor à Cordes. Le Coq et L'Harlequin Les Six La rumeur qui veut que Durey provoqua la fin du Groupe des Six en refusant de participer aux " Mariés de la Tour Eiffel " n'est pas exacte. L'oeuvre devait à l'origine être écrite par le seul Auric qui se trouvant pris par le temps ne pouvait achever cette commande. Il fit alors appel à ses amis qui devaient se partager le travail. Durey pour la seule raison qu'il n'était pas à Paris à ce moment ne participa pas au projet... La première Sonate pour violon de Tailleferre a été écrite pour Jacques Thibaud, le célèbre violoniste dont elle était l'amie. Elle fut créée à Paris en 1922 par Thibaud lui-même et Alfred Cortot L'année 1923 voit son ballet "Le Marchand d'Oiseaux" connaître le succès avec les Ballets Suédois. La Princesse de Polignac passa commande à Tailleferre d'un Concerto pour Piano dans le même style neo-classique que "Le Marchand d'Oiseaux" et qui fut créé avec succès par Alfred Cortot.

19. Germaine Tailleferre
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20. Xrefer - Tailleferre, Germaine (1892 - 1983)
Entry from the Penguin Biographical Dictionary of Women at xrefer notes her life, composer associates, and range of works.
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from Penguin Tailleferre, Germaine French composer Germaine Tailleferre was the only female member of the avant-garde group of French composers known as Les Six. Born Germaine Taillefesse at Parc-St-Maur, near Paris, she modified her surname to escape an unfortunate pun ( fesse means buttock in French). After training at the Paris Conservatory and studying under Maurice Ravel, she became the only woman member of Les Six, a group of like-minded composers who included Poulenc, Honegger, Auric, Durey, and Milhaud. These composers worked and performed together in the years after World War I. During World War II, after the collapse of France, Tailleferre lived in the United States. Tailleferre's compositions, which include a concertino for harp and orchestra (1926) and

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