French musician; born at Paris Feb. 12, 1829; died 1884. He studied at the Conservatory of Paris under Leborne. In 1851 he received the "Prix de Rome," and became soon afterward one of the violinists at the Thétre Italien at Paris. Cohen wrote some operettas, and a work entitled "Ecole du Musicien."
- Riemann, Musik-Lexikon, s.v., Leipsic, 1900.