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Jullien, Louis (George Maurice Adolphe Roch Albert Abel Antonio Alexandre Noé Jean Lucien Daniel Eugène Joseph-le-brun Joseph-Barême Thomas Thomas Thomas-Thomas Pierre Arbon Pierre-Maurel Barthélemi Artus Alphonse Bertrand Dieudonné Emanuel Josué Vincent Luc Michel Jules-de-la-plane Jules-Bazin Julio César)locked

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(b Sisteron, April 23, 1812; d Paris, March 14, 1860). French conductor and composer. He published under both his surname and his various Christian names – e.g. Roch-Albert – bestowed by his 36 godfathers, members of the Sisteron Philharmonic. Considered something of a child prodigy by his violinist-bandmaster father Antonio, Jullien served in the army before entering the Paris Conservatoire in ...

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F.-J. Fétis: Biographie universelle des musiciens