- Anne-Marie Riessauw
(b Liège, July 11, 1824; d Ghent, Sept 11, 1898). Belgian composer and critic. He first studied painting in Liège, then took music lessons at the conservatory and soon chose to specialize in music. In 1840 he went with his family to Brussels, where he studied at the conservatory with Michelet (piano), Girschner (organ), Bosselet (harmony) and Fétis (composition). He won the Prix de Rome with his cantata ...