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Gabriel Prosper Marie (Gabriel-Marie) was born on the 8th of January 1852 in Paris, and died on the 29th August 1928 in Puigcerda, Spain. He composed music in the genre know by musicologists today as Romanticism. The romantic era began in about 1800, and continued for some time into the twentieth century. In the first half of the twentieth century the ever more complex romantic music competed with the new forms and sound of the then modernistic composers. This delightful little pastiche piece with its melancholic air of resignation was written for the violin, and is his best-known work; it has also been arranged for piano and cello.
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