Louis Moreau Gottschalk
Louis Moreau Gottschalk (8 May 1829, New Orleans, La. – 18 December 1869, Tijuca, Brazil) was an American composer.
He studied piano and harmony in Paris and became very popular as a concert pianist, first in Europe. In 1853, he made a grand tour of the United States, playing his own piano works and conducting his orchestral music. While on a concert tour of Central America and South America, he died of yellow fever in a suburb of Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
His works are primarily for piano, the most popular being The Dying Poet and The Last Hope.
Works for Winds
- Bamboula (arr. Di Scala) (1844-45/2015)
- Bamboula (tr. Paxton) (1844-45/2020)
- The Dying Poet
- Grande Tarantelle (arr. Coley) (1864/2017)
- Grande Tarantelle (arr. Di Scala) (2015)
- L'Union (arr. Adler) (1973)
- La Gallina (arr. Di Scala) (2015)
- The Last Hope
- Le Bananier (Saxophone Quartet) (tr. Paxton) (1846/2016)
- Le Bananier (Wind Ensemble) (tr. Paxton) (1846/2016)
- Memory of Puerto Rico, March of the Gibaros (arr. James) (1857/1967)
- Pasquinade (Saxophone Quartet) (tr. Paxton) (1869/2020)
- Pasquinade (Wind Ensemble) (tr. Paxton) (1869/2016)
- Souvenirs d'Andalousie (arr. Di Scala) (2015)
- Tournament Galop (arr. Boyd) (1854/1975)
- Tournament Galop (arr. Di Scala) (1854?/2015)
- Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Wikipedia. Accessed 26 November 2020