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date: 17 October 2019

Prod’homme, J(acques) G(abriel)locked


(b Paris, Nov 28, 1871; d Neuilly-sur-Seine, June 18, 1956). French musicologist and critic. After schooling at the Lycée Condorcet (until 1887) and a year’s training in the merchant marine at Guadeloupe he studied music history and philology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes, Paris (1890–94), and later continued his studies in Germany (1899–1910), Belgium and the Netherlands (1912, 1913). His career as a music journalist began in 1895 with contributions to Revue socialiste, Enclos and other journals; in Munich, where he lived from 1897 to 1900, he founded and edited the Deutsche-französische Rundschau (1899–1902). On his return to Paris he founded (with Dauriac and Ecorcheville) the French section of the International Musical Society (1904), of which he was secretary from 1903 to 1913; he was also a founder (with La Laurencie, 1917), secretary (1917–20...

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