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us: Gaveaux, Pierre, 1760-1825



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    • us: Gaveaux, P. (Pierre), 1760-1825
    • us: Gavaux, Pierre, 1760-1825
    • us: Gaveau, Pierre, 1760-1825
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    • found: nuc90-45987: His Arien und Gesänge aus dem Singspiel [MI] 1798 (usage on GmC rept.: Gavaux)
    • found: NUC pre-1956 (hdg. on NN rept.: Gaveaux, Pierre, 1761-1825; usage: P. Gaveaux)
    • found: Grove music online, July 5, 2006 (Gaveaux [Gavaux, Gaveau], Pierre (b. Béziers, 9 Oct 1760; d Charenton, nr Paris, 5 Feb 1825))
    • found: Biog. & geneal. master index, July 5, 2006 (Gaveaux, Pierre (1760-1825); Gaveaux, Pierre (1761-1825))
    • found: Biog. resource center (Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians) (Pierre Gaveaux; b. Oct. 9, 1760, Béziers, France; d. Feb. 5, 1825, Charenton, France; French singer and composer)
    • found: World biog. info, system (Gaveaux, Pierre; b. 1764 (a.s. 1761); d. 1825)
    • found: Pierre Gaveaux, composer October 9 in history, viewed July 6, 2006 (October 9, 1760 in history: b. Pierre Gaveaux, composer)
    • found: Karadar classical music, Komponisten, viewed July 5, 2006 (Pierre Gaveaux (1761-1825))
    • found: Pierre Gaveaux--pages in English, viewed July 5, 2006 (Pierre Gaveaux (Gavaux); b. Béziers, Oct. 9, 1760; d. Charenton, Feb. 5, 1825)
    • found: BnF Web OPAC, July 5, 2006 (Gaveaux, Pierre (1760-1825); b. 1760, Béziers; d. 1825; variants: Gavaux, Pierre, Gaveau, Pierre; Gaveaux, Pierre (1761-1825); b. Aug. 1761; d. Feb. 5, 1825; chanteur et compositeur; né à Béziers ; mort à Passy; Apprend la composition sous la direction de F. Beck; maître de chapelle au Grand théâtre de Bordeaux (1780); secrétaire de l'Opéra-Comique (1801-1812); se retire à la suite d'une attaque d'aliénation mentale (1812); écrivit des airs d'opéras, des romances, des chants révolutionnaires, des ouvertures pour orchestre; fondateur d'une édition musicale avec son frère)
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