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DENISE HERBRECHT

Little documentation exists on the life and career of Denise Herbrecht. She attended the Paris Conservatoire and studied both harp and piano. She received first prize at the conservatoire in 1924. She left a legacy of 78rpm recordings mostly as accompanying pianist for other musicians (such as cellists Madeleine Marcelli-Herson and Victor Pascal). She also recorded on the harp a variety of pieces, including Ravel’s Introduction and Allegro with a chamber ensemble conducted by Piero Coppola. This is indeed a rare occurrence—an artist who is accomplished on two different instruments and leaves a recorded professional legacy on both instruments.

Role: Classical Artist 
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