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Daniel-Lesur, 1908-2002


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  • Variants

    • Daniel-Lesur, Jean-Yves, 1908-2002
    • Lesur, Jean-Yves Daniel-, 1908-2002
  • Additional Information

  • Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Lesur, Daniel, 1908-2002
  • Sources

    • found: His Cinq interludes pour 4 cors, 1939.
    • found: Musique française pour piano à quatre mains [SR] p1986:label (Daniel-Lesur) container (Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur)
    • found: Poulenc, F. Huit chansons françaises, 1963?:label (Daniel-Lesur)
    • found: New Grove(Daniel-Lesur (Lesur, Daniel Jean Yves); b. Nov. 19, 1908; French comp. and teacher)
    • found: Diz. encicl. univ. de la musica(Daniel-Lesur; pseud. of Daniel-Jean-Yves Lesur; French comp. and organist; b. Nov. 19, 1908)
    • found: http://www.geocities.com/musiclassical/mmile.html(Daniel-Lesur, Jean Yves; b. Nov. 19, 1908, Paris; d. July 2, 2002; French composer)
    • found: Grove music online, January 3, 2018(Daniel-Lesur (Lesur, Daniel Jean Yves); born November 19, 1908, Paris, died July 2, 2002, Paris; French composer and teacher)
    • found: French-language Wikipedia, January 3, 2018(Daniel-Lesur; Daniel-Jean-Yves Lesur dit Daniel-Lesur; born November 19, 1908, Paris, died July 2, 2002, Paris; French composer and organist; his artistic name is Daniel-Lesur, formed solely from his first forename and surname, as attested, among others, by the authority record of the BnF, and not Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur, as sometimes written; he chose the name early in the 1920s, when composing his first works, to distinguish himself from his mother, composer Alice Lesur, who was beginning to be known as "Lesur")
    • found: BnF in VIAF, January 3, 2018(authorized access point: Daniel-Lesur, 1908-2002; born November 19, 1908, Paris, died July 2, 2002, Paris; French composer, pedagogue, pianist, and organist; variant access point: Lesur, Daniel, 1908-2002)
    • found: Cimetières de France et d'ailleurs WWW site, January 3, 2018(DANIEL-LESUR (Daniel Jean-Yves Lesur : 1908-2002); photo of gravestone: Daniel-Lesur, compositeur, 1908-2002)
  • LC Classification

    • ML410.L476
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-09-30: new
    • 2018-01-04: revised
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