Marcel Mihalovici (Bucharest, 22 October 1898 – Paris, 12 August 1985) was a French composer born in Romania. He was discovered by George Enescu in Bucharest. He moved to Paris in 1919 (at age 21) to study under Vincent d'Indy. His works include his Sonata number 1 for violin and piano (1920), Mélusine opera (1920, libretto by Yvan Goll), his 1st string quartet (1923), 2nd string quartet (1931), Sonata number 2 for violin and piano (1941), Sonata for violin and cello (1944), Phèdre Opera (1949), Étude in two parts for piano and instrumental ensemble (1951) and Esercizio per archi (1960). Many of his piano works were first performed by his wife, the concert pianist Monique Haas.

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  • Marcel Mihalovici (Bucarest, Romania, 22 d'octubre de 1898 - París, Illa de França,12 d'agost de 1985) fou un compositor romanès nacionalitzat francès. De molt jove aprengué el violí i estudià composició amb , el 1916 fou ex deixeble de Indy. Es traslladà a París el 1919, per estudiar a la Schola Cantorum amb d'Indy, residint de fet, en la capital de França fins a la seva mort. (ca)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (* 22. Oktober 1898 in Bukarest; † 12. August 1985 in Paris) war ein rumänisch-französischer Komponist. (de)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (Bucharest, 22 October 1898 – Paris, 12 August 1985) was a French composer born in Romania. He was discovered by George Enescu in Bucharest. He moved to Paris in 1919 (at age 21) to study under Vincent d'Indy. His works include his Sonata number 1 for violin and piano (1920), Mélusine opera (1920, libretto by Yvan Goll), his 1st string quartet (1923), 2nd string quartet (1931), Sonata number 2 for violin and piano (1941), Sonata for violin and cello (1944), Phèdre Opera (1949), Étude in two parts for piano and instrumental ensemble (1951) and Esercizio per archi (1960). Many of his piano works were first performed by his wife, the concert pianist Monique Haas. Mihalovici was the original composer for the music of Samuel Beckett's radio play Cascando (1962). His Fifth Symphony features a soprano singing a setting of a Beckett poem, and he used Krapp's Last Tape as the basis for a small opera, Krapp, ou, La dernière bande. His memories of their friendship are recounted in the collected work Beckett at Sixty A Festschrift by John Calder, Calder and Boyars (1967). A strong proponent of neoclassicism, during his career Mihalovici embraced a variety of contemporary styles, with a harmonic language ranging from chromaticism to serialism. Romanian folk music influenced his unconventional use of rhythmic variation and instrumental colour. (en)
  • Marcel Mihalovici, né le 22 octobre 1898 à Bucarest et mort le 12 août 1985 à Paris, est un compositeur français d'origine roumaine. (fr)
  • マルセル・ミハロヴィチ(Marcel Mihalovici, 1898年10月22日 - 1985年8月12日)は、ルーマニア生まれのフランスの作曲家。 (ja)
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  • Marcel Mihalovici (Bucarest, Romania, 22 d'octubre de 1898 - París, Illa de França,12 d'agost de 1985) fou un compositor romanès nacionalitzat francès. De molt jove aprengué el violí i estudià composició amb , el 1916 fou ex deixeble de Indy. Es traslladà a París el 1919, per estudiar a la Schola Cantorum amb d'Indy, residint de fet, en la capital de França fins a la seva mort. (ca)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (* 22. Oktober 1898 in Bukarest; † 12. August 1985 in Paris) war ein rumänisch-französischer Komponist. (de)
  • Marcel Mihalovici, né le 22 octobre 1898 à Bucarest et mort le 12 août 1985 à Paris, est un compositeur français d'origine roumaine. (fr)
  • マルセル・ミハロヴィチ(Marcel Mihalovici, 1898年10月22日 - 1985年8月12日)は、ルーマニア生まれのフランスの作曲家。 (ja)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (Bucharest, 22 October 1898 – Paris, 12 August 1985) was a French composer born in Romania. He was discovered by George Enescu in Bucharest. He moved to Paris in 1919 (at age 21) to study under Vincent d'Indy. His works include his Sonata number 1 for violin and piano (1920), Mélusine opera (1920, libretto by Yvan Goll), his 1st string quartet (1923), 2nd string quartet (1931), Sonata number 2 for violin and piano (1941), Sonata for violin and cello (1944), Phèdre Opera (1949), Étude in two parts for piano and instrumental ensemble (1951) and Esercizio per archi (1960). Many of his piano works were first performed by his wife, the concert pianist Monique Haas. (en)
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  • Marcel Mihalovici (ca)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (de)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (en)
  • Marcel Mihalovici (fr)
  • マルセル・ミハロヴィチ (ja)
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