Jérôme Laran & Michaël Ertzscheid
Jean-Baptiste Singelée (1812-1875) was a Belgian violinist, conductor and Romantic composer. He began his career at the Opéra Comique orchestra in Paris, before becoming solo violinist at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels. Singelée was an active support for his friend, Adolphe Sax, who invented the saxophone. He composed several saxophone exam and competition pieces for the Conservatoire de Paris where Sax used to teach.
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- Concertino, Op.783:17