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French composer; born at Saint-Mandé, department of the Seine, April 30, 1873. He studied under André Gedalge, and, for two years, under J. Massenet at the Paris Conservatoire. His chief works are: "Ahasuerus," an oratorio (crowned by the French Institute at the Concours Rossini, and performed at the concerts of the Paris Conservatoire Nov., 1892); a suite for orchestra in four parts (presented at the Opéra Jan., 1896); "L'Amour à la Bastille," comic opera (crowned at the Concours Crescent; performed at the Opéra Comique 1898); "Lovelace," opera in four acts (Théâtre Lyrique, 1898); five ballets: "La Favorite" (1898), "Folles Amours" (1899), "Néron"(1899), "Les Sept Pêchés Capitaux" (1890), "Les Mille et Une Nuits" (1899), all produced at the Théâtre de l'Olympia in Paris.

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