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J.-J. Imbault (1753-1832), violoniste et éditeur de musique à Paris

Auteur : Rita Benton
Édition/format: Article Article : French
Source:Revue de Musicologie, v62 n1 (19760101): 86-103
Résumé:
Although he was an active professional violonist as well as one of the most important music publishers of late 18th-century Paris, not much has been written about J.-J.Imbault. This lack has impoverished our view of the musical life of the period, as well as causing serious difficulties for those attempting to date Imbault's publications. Archival documents recently discovered in Paris are combined with information  Lire la suite...
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Type de document: Article
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Rita Benton
ISSN:0035-1601
Note sur la langue: French
Identificateur Unique : 5556249017
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Although he was an active professional violonist as well as one of the most important music publishers of late 18th-century Paris, not much has been written about J.-J.Imbault. This lack has impoverished our view of the musical life of the period, as well as causing serious difficulties for those attempting to date Imbault's publications. Archival documents recently discovered in Paris are combined with information from journals of Imbault's day as well as with more recent literature, to reveal some facts of his life and to establish a more precise chronology as a means of dating his publications more accurately than has heretofore been possible. Imbault was born in Paris on 9 March 1753, studied as a young man with the famous violinist Pierre Gaviniès, and made his debut as a soloist at the age of 17. His publishing career began in 1783 in association with J.-G. Sieber (established since 1771), but after his marriage in 1784 he separated from Sieber to follow his own path. Many instrumental works by Haydn, Mozart, Pleyel, Clementi, Viotti, Gyrowetz and others came from his presses, as well as extracts and complete operas by Bruni, Dalayrac, Grétry, Sacchini and others. He also published some 100 patriotic hymns during the Revolution. The firm issued separate catalogues in 1792, 1793 and 1796, and a large thematic catalogue of ca.200 instrumental works in 1791 or 2. His violinistic activity continued throughout his life and included performances as soloist and orchestra member at the Concert spirituel and elsewhere. On 14 July 1812 he sold the firm to Janet et Cotelle but continued to live in the house at 125, rue St. Honoré, where he died on 14 April 1832.

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