Cecile Louise Stephanie Chaminade (1857-1944) was a virtuoso pianist and and an extraordinarily prolific composer, producing over 400 works nearly all of which were published during her lifetime. Although she composed pieces in a variety of genres from large orchestral works to more intimate pieces for voice and piano (about 100 of those), she is best remembered today for her solo piano music, perhaps with one notable exception – the Concertino for Flute and Piano, Op. 107 (1902), which remains her most performed composition.

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