Composed by Jacques-Fereol Mazas. Edited by Hermann. Violin Duets. Sheet Music. Edition Peters #EP2166A. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP2166A).
- Artist: Jacques-Fereol Mazas
- Instruments: 2 violins
- Format: Sheet Music
- Genre: N
- Lead Time: 4 to 6 weeks
- Publisher: Edition Peters
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Jacques Féréol Mazas (23 September 1782 – died 26 August 1849) was a French composer, conductor, violinist, and pedagogue.
== Biography ==
Born in Lavaur, Mazas was a pupil of Pierre Baillot at the Paris Conservatoire, from which he received the first prize in 1805. In 1808, he played a violin concerto dedicated to him by Auber. He then performed widely across Europe. In 1831, he accepted the post of first violin at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal. A short time later, he was appointed Directeur des concerts in Orléans, where he directed that city’s Opéra Comique theatre.