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Daussoigne [Daussoigne-Méhul], (Louis) Josephlocked

  • M. Elizabeth C. Bartlet


(b Givet, Ardennes, June 10, 1790; d Liège, March 10, 1875). French music educator, composer and writer on music, resident in Belgium. He was the nephew of Méhul (in 1855 the French govenment acceded to his request to add legally his uncle’s surname to his, as he had done unofficially for over two decades). At Méhul’s insistence, Daussoigne went to Paris in ...

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