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Joncières, Victorin de [Rossignol, Félix-Ludger]locked

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(b Paris, April 12, 1839; d Paris, Oct 26, 1903). French composer and critic. The son of a journalist on La patrie, Joncières began learning the piano with an aunt but, at 16, decided to study painting. His Le sicilien, adapted from Molière, was given a public performance by students at the Conservatoire in ...

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