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us: Saint-Georges, Joseph Bologne, chevalier de, 1745-1799

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    • us: Bologne, Joseph, chevalier de Saint-Georges, 1745-1799
    • us: Boulogne, Joseph, chevalier de Saint-Georges, 1745-1799
    • us: Chevalier de Saint-George, 1745-1799
    • us: De Saint-Georges, Joseph Bologne, chevalier, 1745-1799
    • us: Saint-George, Joseph Bologne, chevalier de, 1745-1799
    • us: Saint-George, Joseph Bologne de, 1745-1799
    • us: Saint-Georges, chevalier de, 1745-1799
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    • found: Violin concertos and Two simphonies concertantes, 1981: t.p. (Chevalier de Saint-Georges)
    • found: Encyclopédie de la musique (Saint-Georges, Joseph Boulogne (chevalier) de; b. ca. 1739; d. 6/10/1799)
    • found: Le fleuret et l'archet, 2001: t.p. (le chevalier de Saint-George, 1739?-1799) p. 5 (Joseph Bologne de Saint-George)
    • found: Grove Music Online, Oct. 18, 2004 (Saint-Georges (Saint-George), Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de; b. Dec. 25, 1745, Baillif, Guadeloupe; d. June 9, 1799, Paris)
    • found: MGG, 2. Aufl. (Saint-Georges (Saint-George), Joseph Bologne (Boulogne), Chevalier de; b. Baillif, Guadeloupe, Dec. 25, 1745; d. Paris, June 10, 1799; date and place of birth established by recent research)
    • found: Wikipedia, March 2, 2015 (Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (also Saint-George) (Dec. 25, 1745, Baillif, Guadeloupe - June 10, 1799, Paris, France) was a champion fencer, virtuoso violinist, composer and conductor of the leading symphony orchestra in Paris; b. in Guadeloupe, he was the son of George Bologne de Saint-Georges, a wealthy planter, and Nanon, his African slave; during the French Revolution, Saint-Georges was colonel of the "Légion St.-Georges," the first all-black regiment in Europe, fighting on the side of the Republic; he is best remembered as the first classical composer of African ancestry) {}
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    • ML410.S148
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    • 1980-07-17: new
    • 2015-03-03: revised
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