Paul Pierné


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Paul Pierné, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Metz on the 30th June 1874, the same year of the composers Bittner, Brandts Buys, Castaldi, Ettinger, Eysler, Gatty, Göhler, Hahn, Hart, Holst, Landré, Marteau. Henri, Nedbal, Neglia, Neumann, Onofri, Parelli, Schmid, Schmidt, Schoenberg, Sánchez de Fuentes. He died in Parigi on the 24th March 1952

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"Le diable galant" was performed in 1913

"Emilde" has been represented in (?)

"Mademoiselle Don Quichotte" has been represented in (?)

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"Breton peasant women" (1894), oil on canvas, 66 x 92 cm, of the painter Paul Gauguin, contemporary of Pierné (Musee d'Orsay, Paris)

Paul Pierné

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