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BRUNSWICH, LÉON LÉVY (known as Lhérie):

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French dramatist; born at Paris April 20, 1805; died at Havre April 29, 1859. Favoritecollaborator of Ad. de Leuven, he wrote together with him, as well as with Dumersan, Dupeuty de Beauplan, etc., many vaudevilles and comic operas, among which were: "Gothon du Passage Delorme," 1831, a parody on Victor Hugo's "Marion Delorme"; "Faublas," 1833; "Le Postillon de Longjumeau," 1837; "Le Brasseur de Preston," 1838, the last two set to music by Adolphe Adam; "Le Mariage du Tambour," 1843; "Gibby la Cornemuse," 1847, to the music of Clapisson; "La Foire aux Idées," 1849; "Le Roi des Halles," 1853; "Dans les Vignes," 1856.

Bibliography:
  • La Grande Encyclopédie, s.v.
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