Edouard Du Puy

Edouard Du Puy Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
    c. 1770
  • Died
    3rd April 1822
  • Birthplace
    Corcelles-Cormondrèche, Canton of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Jean Baptiste Édouard Louis Camille Du Puy was a Swiss-born singer, composer, director, and violinist. He lived and worked in Copenhagen and Stockholm from 1793 until his death in 1822. In 1786, Du Puy was sent to Paris, where he was taught to play the piano by Jan Ladislav Dussek, and the violin by François Chabran. In 1789, he was appointed concertmaster at the court of Heinrich of Prussia in Rheinsberg, replacing J. A. P. Schulz, who was called to Denmark as a choir director at the Royal Danish Orchestra (Danish: Det Kongelige Kapel). Du Puy worked in Rheinsberg for four years while studying harmonies under Carl Friedrich Christian Fasch.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Horn Concerto in E major Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Duetto for 2 Violins Duet Chamber group
Polonaise concertante Duet Chamber group
Polonaise Polonaise Chamber group
Polonaises Favorites Polonaise Chamber group
Quartetto for Horns Quartet Chamber group
Qvindekønnets Værd; the Worth of Women Romance Solo voice(s)
Trio for Horns Trio Chamber group