French composer and musician with a strong personality, Édouard Lalo (1823-1892) was one of the three founders of the Quatuor Armingaud, in 1856. He went on to focus his creative efforts on mélodies or art songs and chamber music. His style was profoundly influenced by German music. His best-known works include his violin concerto, his cello concerto and his Symphonie Espagnole.
A selection of texts about Édouard Lalo can be found here. For more detailed information about his life and other related aspects, please visit the Bru Zane Mediabase site.