Title: My favourite____________<---- performer/singer/ conductor/composer/musician等等----------( 名 )
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- 10 年前最愛解答
My favourite performer is Jean-Pierre Louis Rampal. He was a French flutist. He has been personally "credited with returning to the flute the popularity as a solo classical instrument it had not held since the 18th century.
was the first flutist in history to attract international attention and large audiences comparable to those of virtuoso pianists and string players. From the very beginning, his career was key to restoring the instrument to the exalted position it held during the eighteenth century. In his 1989 memoirs
"Musique, Ma Vie"
("Music, My Love", Random House),
he wrote about how inconceivable it was in the 1940's to have a flutist who was not a member of the orchestra come and perform a concerto with the group. He modestly remarks that he was not unacquainted with the process which institutionalized the practice and led to today's expectation of solo flutists as regular, international concert tour fare. Later, Rampal also gained recognition as a conductor.
Born in Marseilles in 1922 , Jean-Pierre Rampal's father Joseph was principal flutist of the Marseilles Symphony and professor of flute at the Conservatory. His mother oriented him towards a career in medicine. His father did not encourage him to become a professional flutist but gave him lessons during his childhood. The turning point came under rather dramatic circumstances during the second world war. While in his third year of medical school, he was drafted for compulsory labor in Germany by the Nazi occupation forces. Unwilling to submit, he went underground and escaped to Paris.資料來源： me, i am a flute teacher
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