Transcribed and Adapted by Louis Moyse
Louis Moyse was a French flute player and composer. He was the son of influential French flutist Marcel Moyse, a co-founder of the Vermont Marlboro Music Festival, and taught many world-class flutists all over the world.
Louis Moyse was born in Scheveningen, Netherlands during one of his father's tours. His first flute teachers were his father and Philippe Gaubert. Louis Moyse was a member of the successful Moyse Trio where his father played flute, Louis played piano and his former wife, Blanche Honegger Moyse, violin. Louis Moyse also taught for 27 years at Marlboro College, and was professor at Boston University and the University of Toronto. He continued giving private lessons in Westport, New York while touring with his wife Janet White Moyse, of 33 years, around the world and the United States. They later moved to Montpelier, Vermont, for the last nine years of his life.