Chants d'Auvernhe

"Chants d"Auvergne" -- "Baïlèro" by Joseph Canteloube (1879-1957) Marie-Joseph Canteloube (1879-1957), born in Annonay, was a French composer, musicologist and author best known for his collections of orchestrated folksongs from the Auvergne region: "Chants d'Auvergne". In 1901 he entered the "Schola Cantorum" in Paris and became a student of Vincent d'Indy. He soon became friends with Isaac Albéniz and Albert Roussel. It was his teacher Vincent d'Indy who strongly advised him to study