Composed by Andre Ameller. Classical. Score. Editions Combre #P04523. Published by Editions Combre (LM.P04523).
- Artist: Andre Ameller
- Instruments: Alto saxophone
- Format: Score
- Genre: classical
- Lead Time: 3 to 4 weeks
- Publisher: Editions Combre
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André Amellér (2 January 1912 – 14 May 1990) was a French composer and conductor. He is considered part of the French school of 20th-century classical music.
Amellér played double bass for the Opéra national de Paris from 1937 to 1953, except for a brief period spent as a prisoner of war in Germany. He was the director of the conservatoire national in Dijon from 1953 to 1981.
== Education ==
Amellér was born in Arnaville, Meurthe et Moselle) to a family of amateur musicians. He began studying violin at a young age in the family’s home in Chelles. He later began playing double bass.