Title: Autograph Note Signed.
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As an organist, this Frenchman succeeded Franck at Saint-Clotilde in 1871 and Saint-Saens at the Madeleine in 1877; as a composer, he wrote a wide variety of pieces -- the oratorio "Les sept paroles de Christ" (1867), operas, organ and piano pieces, chamber music, masses and songs; he served as professor and later director at the Paris Conservatory of Music. ANS in French, 1p, 4½" X 3½", Marne, France, 1912 August 29. Near fine. On a heavy stock correspondence card, Dubois comments on a piece of music and asks if the lack of words in the first few notes of the fragment is intentional. Bookseller Inventory # 27446
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