1841 - 1918
Born into a famous musical family in Paris, HŽritte-Viardot studied a variety of subjects including piano, music theory, opera, anatomy, physiology, zoology, and literature. Her music studies were with her mother, Pauline Viardot-Garcia, the famous singer and composer. She married Heritte, a French Consul-General, with whom she lived at the Cape of Good Hope and in Paris, finally settling in Berlin. Louise Henritte-Viardot composed numerous songs, a one-act opera, piano solos, and several chamber works.
Works in Our Catalog:491-00518 - Lieder
494-02623 - Piano Quartet
494-02624 - Spanisches Quartett Op. 11 for Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano
Works in Our Collections:
- Sérénade - found in Nineteenth Century French Art Songs, Volume I: Medium/High Voice