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Gaston Crunelle Gaston Crunelle (1898–1990) was professor of flute at the Paris Conservatoire from 1941 to 1969, during which time he taught a great number of leading flute players, including Jean-Pierre Rampal, James Galway, Maxence Larrieu, Edward Beckett, Michel Debost and countless others. Photograph of Gaston Crunelle with the flute class at the Paris Conservatoire in 1965 courtesy of Edward Beckett, who is standing on the left of the picture behind his professor.
Godard: Idylle from the Suite de trois morceaux. Gaston Crunelle, flute; Lucien Petitjean, piano. Recording made in 1933.
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