Alkan (ne Morhange), Napoleon Alexandre 'jeune' 2.feb.1826-29.aug.1906 France, Paris - Paris
pianist, 1835 entered the Conservatoire de Paris, 1936 2nd prix solfege, 1937 1er prix solfege, studied piano with Pierre Joseph Guillaume Zimmermann, 1843 1er prix piano, organ with Francois Benoist, counterpoint and fugue with Adolphe Adam, 1849 1er prix, 1845-1.oct.1896 professor solfege at the Conservatoire de Paris, 1878 officier d'Academie, 1889 officier de l'Instruction publique, 16.jul.1896 chevalier de la Legion d'honneur, he died at his home rue Papillon 8 ; son of Alkan Morhange (-3.jan.1855 Paris) and Julie Abraham ; he married Eva Flesch ; brother of composer Valentin Alkan 'l'aine' (30.nov.1813-29.mar.1888)

[Frank/Altmann gives erroneously Napoleon died mar.1888]

Title Parts


[] Tarantelle. Piano. op1
pub Richault, Paris 1846

[] Emma et Eginhard. Cantata
premier second grand Prix de Rome 1850

[] Caprice-Mazurka. Piano. op4
pub Richault, Paris 1859

[] 6 Airs de danse. Piano. op6
pub Richault, Paris 1858

[] Marche militaire. Piano. op7
pub Richault, Paris 1858

[] Marche religieuse. Piano. op9
pub Richault, Paris 1858

[] Musette. Piano. op11
pub Mayermarix, Paris 1863

[] Marche religieuse. Piano 4-hands
music Adolphe Adam. arr Napoleon Alkan pour piano a quatre mains
pub Paris 1889

[] Etude fuguee sur Le prophete de Meyerbeer. Piano
pub Brandus, Paris

[] Fantaisie sur le Toreador. Piano
pub C. Joubert, Paris

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