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date: 06 June 2020

Wyzewa [Wyzewski], Théodore [Teodor] de locked


(b Kalusik, Sept 12, 1862; d Paris, April 15, 1917). French musicologist and writer of Polish descent and Russian birth . He went to France with his family in 1869 and was educated at Beauvais, Paris, and the University of Nancy, where he took the licence ès lettres (1882), before settling in Paris. There he founded the Revue wagnérienne (1884–8) with Edouard Dujardin, and the Société Mozart (1901) with Adolphe Boschot and Georges de Saint-Foix. He began his career as a journalist with articles on the socialist movement outside France for Le Figaro and was later its music critic. In 1890 he became a contributor (mostly on music, contemporary literature and philosophy) for the Revue des deux mondes and Le temps; he also wrote for Art moderne, Echo de Paris, Le correspondant, Gazette des beaux-arts, Revue bleue, Revue indépendante and Mercure de France...

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