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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Jacques Ibert was a French composer, pupil of Fauré; director of the French Academy in Rome from 1937. Collaborated with Honnegger in opera "The Eaglet". Other works include "Angélique" and other operas; symphonic poems after Wilde's "The ballad of Reading Jail", orchestral suite "Ports of Call"; Divertissement, arranged from his music to the play "The Italian Straw Hat"; Concerto da Camera for alto saxophone and 11 instruments; "The Little White Donkey" and other piano works.
IBERT, JACQUES BIOGRAPHY by www.naxos.com.
[§] Catalogue de l'oeuvre de Jacques Ibert (1890-1962) by Alexandra Laederich
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Michala Petri on "Siesta"
Michala Petri on "Souvenir"