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Maurice Edgard Vieux (14 April 1884, Savy-Berlette near Valenciennes – 28 April 1951, Paris) was a French violist whose teaching at the Conservatoire de Paris plays a key role in the history of the viola in France. Vieux composed several works for the viola, notably his Vingt Études pour Alto (20 Études for Viola) published by Alphonse Leduc in 1927. The Maurice Vieux International Viola Competition (Le Concours International d'Alto Maurice Vieux) was established in 1983 by the French viola society Les Amis de l'Alto. The first-prize winner was the German violist Tabea Zimmermann.

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  • Maurice Edgard Vieux (* 14. April 1884 in Savy-Berlette bei Valenciennes; † 28. April 1951 in Paris) war ein französischer Bratschist und Komponist und Professor für Bratsche am Pariser Konservatorium. Unter den Kompositionen von Vieux sind vor allem seine „20 Etüden für Bratsche“ (Vingt Études pour Alto) bekannt geworden, die 1927 bei den Éditions Alphonse Leduc erschienen. Zudem wurden ihm zahlreiche Kompositionen für Bratsche gewidmet, darunter von Max Bruch (Romanze für Viola und Orchester, op. 85, 1911), Reynaldo Hahn, Désiré-Émile Inghelbrecht und Joseph Jongen.
  • Maurice Edgard Vieux (14 April 1884, Savy-Berlette near Valenciennes – 28 April 1951, Paris) was a French violist whose teaching at the Conservatoire de Paris plays a key role in the history of the viola in France. Vieux composed several works for the viola, notably his Vingt Études pour Alto (20 Études for Viola) published by Alphonse Leduc in 1927. The Maurice Vieux International Viola Competition (Le Concours International d'Alto Maurice Vieux) was established in 1983 by the French viola society Les Amis de l'Alto. The first-prize winner was the German violist Tabea Zimmermann.
  • Maurice Vieux, né à Savy-Berlette le 14 avril 1884 et mort à Paris le 28 avril 1951, est un altiste français dont l'activité pédagogique au Conservatoire supérieur de Paris a tenu un rôle essentiel dans l'histoire de l'alto en France.
  • Морис Эдгар Вьё (фр. Maurice Edgard Vieux; 14 мая 1884 года, Сави-Берлет, департамент Па-де-Кале — 28 апреля 1951 года, Париж) — французский альтист и музыкальный педагог. Окончил Парижскую консерваторию (1902) по классу Теофиля Лафоржа, основателя альтового класса. В 1907—1949 гг. первый альт в оркестре Парижской оперы, одновременно в 1906—1920 гг. играл в Оркестре концертного общества Парижской консерватории. Как ансамблист был участником струнного квартета Фирмена Туша, в составе которого участвовал в премьерах Интродукции и аллегро Мориса Равеля Op. 46 (1907) и Квинтета Флорана Шмита Op. 51 (1909).
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