Fernand Leborne


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Fernand Leborne, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Charleroi on the 10th March 1862, the same year of the composers Balanchivadze, Behm, Berutti, Damrosch, Debussy, Delius, Emmanuel, Ganne, Greef, Harriss, Jones, Klose, Koch, Kovarovic, Lavrangas, Marshall-Hall, Maurice, O'Dwyer, Pizzi, Reiter, Vanzo. He died in Parigi on the 15th Jenuary 1929

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"Daphnis et Chloé" was performed in Bruxelles on the 10th of May 1885

"Hedda" was performed in Milano in 1898

"Mudarra" was performed on the 19th of April 1899 in Berlino

"Les Girondins" was performed on the 25th of March 1905 in Lione

"La Catalune" was performed on the 24th of May 1907 in Parigi

"Cléopâtre" was performed in Rouen in 1914

"Néréa" was performed in Marseilles on the 21st of Jenuary 1926

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"Lilacs in a Vase" (1882), oil on canvas, 54 x 42 cm, of the painter Edouard Manet, contemporary of Leborne (Nationalgalerie, Berlin)

Fernand Leborne

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