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Douze Études by Jacques Delécluse (born ) is a set of twelves studies often used as solos for exams or auditions. (AL) en-GB. Sheet Music – £ – Jacques Delecluse’s 12 Studies for Snare Drum. Published by Alphonse Leduc. Delécluse: 12 Studies [Jacques Delecluse] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 12 Etudes – Caisse Claire composed by Jacques Delecluse.

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Percussionists had to study from orchestral excerpts, military drum books, and deleluse couple of low-level standard pieces. These are the reasons for the success of his works.

He was the best pianist and coach I could ever find! There is a good reason that most of these books are still in use today all around the world.

Many players can play it deleecluse, but the real pedagogical and musical interest is at the exact tempo. Like many of his works, these etudes are inspired by the orchestral repertoire. This is why this piece is very popular and requested in many exams and auditions.

He divides his time between Paris, his country house near Paris, and the south of France near the Mediterranean in summer. One can often see people in tuxedos playing some of etides on stage! Jacques first started to study piano and was a very gifted pianist, a very good student, and an excellent musician.


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Injust one week before he got the First Prize for piano, Jacques also received the Second Prize for percussion. From nothing, he built a real school for percussion and created a pedagogical repertoire for snare drum, xylophone, timpani, and vibraphone. He gave me very precious advice and suggestions. It was then that he chose to become a percussionist and timpanist.

Jacques Delecluse

The musicality is always the central point of the compositions, and this is why these books are so different and so appreciated all over the world. He received the First Prize at the Conservatoire de Paris in best of the competitionwith better results than many students who became great and famous soloists, such as Philippe Entremont. I always keep in mind how Jacques taught me and so many students in France: In only two short pages, it contains everything one needs to know deleclise snare drum playing!

When he was teaching at the Conservatoire of Paris, he was playing all the piano accompaniments and playing them much drlecluse than most of the pianists you have to play with in auditions!

So when I wrote my own snare drum etudes Snare SystemI was inspired by all I got from him during all these years, and I submitted my works to him before publication. Keisleiriana 1 in and Keisleiriana 2 inboth published by Alphonse Leduc.

Born in September ofhe delcluse now retired from the Orchestre de Paris and from the Conservatoire de Paris, but he is still composing music, giving master classes, and participating on juries of many exams, auditions, and competitions.


In these etudes, the reference to orchestral repertoire is even more evident. I am very happy and proud of this, but I also know he is a great musician, a clever teacher, and a wonderful man.

Each etude has its own musical character and has to be played not only with a perfect technique but also with a real musical expression. I recommend to my deoecluse that they play it every day.

Delecluse, Jacques – 12 Etudes

At the Conservatoire of Paris, Jacques also studied harmony, counterpoint, and composition, and he received the First Prize for percussion in A couple of years before, Jacques started to study percussion with Felix Passerone, principal timpanist of the Paris Opera and teacher at the Conservatoire of Drlecluse the master of an entire generation of famous French percussionists. Years after I left the Paris Conservatory, I sometimes asked Jacques to play the orchestra score reduced for the piano with me when I was preparing to play concertos with orchestras as a soloist.

However, he started to play percussion again very soon and, returning to his first professional passion, he became timpanist of the orchestra in —but he still played piano, too! PAS Hall of Fame.