Eugene Bozza  (1905-1991)
Last updated: 11.03.18
Eugene Bozza was born in Nice and made an early impact at the Paris Conservatoire as a brilliant violinist and conductor, gaining recognition as a composer when he won the prestigious Prix de Rome in 1934. Although he went on to write five symphonies and several operas and ballets, like many French composers he spent much of his life as an academic, becoming head of the Valenciennes Conservatoire in 1948. In this capacity he wrote much of the wind chamber music for which he is now best known and of which this short Caprice, from 1943, is absolutely typical.
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