Maurice Maréchal was a French composer and cellist of the Classical era. Before starting a concert and chamber music career in the world with several large orchestras and several popular soloists, he became the cello soloist of the Lamoureux Orchestra. One drawback of this work was that famous conductors always visited as a guest, and Maréchal was able to follow their numerous podium styles and interpretations. He is highly renowned for championing French contemporary music. He collaborated closely with Maurice Ravel, who wrote one of his most famous masterpieces, the Sonata for Violin and Cello. Marechal premiered the work with violinist Helene Jourdan-Morhange.
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