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Henri Jérôme Bertini (28 October 1798 – 30 September 1876) was a French classical composer and pianist. He was born into a family of musicians and attracted the attention of François-Joseph Fétis when he toured Europe as a child prodigy. As an adult he was admired both as a soloist and as a chamber musician; it was said that he played with Johann Nepomuk Hummel's simplicity and elegance without sacrificing the brilliance of the instrument. As a composer he had an original style which was rich in musical ideas, attractive melodies, and effortless harmonies. In 1848 he retired from the musical scene and settled in the Dauphiné in south-east France.

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Uniform title: Studies, piano, op. 29
by Bertini, Henri, 1798-1876
Melbourne : Allan & Co., [19--]
 
 
Uniform title: Studies, piano, op. 29
by Bertini, Henri, 1798-1876
Melbourne : Suttons, [190-?]
 
 
Uniform title: Studies, piano, op. 32
by Bertini, Henri, 1798-1876
Sydney : W.H. Paling & Co., [190-?]
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: Studies, piano, op. 32
by Bertini, Henri, 1798-1876
Melbourne : Suttons, [190-?]
 
 
Uniform title: Etudes, piano, op. 29
by Bertini, Henri, 1798-1876
London : G. Ricordi & Co. (London), [1935] , Adelaide, S.A. : Cawthornes, distributors for South Australia, [1935]
MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
 
 
 
 
 
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