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Michel BOSC
BORN OCTOBER 3, 1963

French composer-arranger, self-educated, discovered by the famous french composer and singer William Sheller in 1985, he wrote, in addition to a trio for flute per request of Jean-Pierre Rampal (op.21), more than a hundred pieces including three symphonies, six symphonic poems, three masses, chamber music (including "La Harpe Invisible op.82", an order from the Ensemble Gabriele Leone, and also a pastiche of Charpentier for ancient instruments, op.5), scene music and arrangements of songs. He also wrote several articles in the Bulletin of the Charpentier Society, and he conducts the voice ensemble Beatus Vir. Interested by the rare tones of the Ensemble Gabriele Leone, he wrote them, based upon the three notes G-A-B, a Tombeau, a french-style suite created in Argenteuil in November 1997. He also composed two other pieces for the Ensemble Gabriele Leone : "la Harpe Invisible" (op.82) (first production in Conflans Ste Honorine, March 1996), "le Vent sur le Lac" (op.137) (first production in Camaret, August 1999) and "A l'ombre d'Oliviers" (first production in Paris March 2006), the score of the latest is printed by Wolfhead, they also provide a short clipo of our concert recording. This article in the French version provides a much more extensive biography of Michel Bosc. You may have a look at his internet site : www.michelbosc.com.

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