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Henri Rabaud

(1873—1949)


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(b Paris, 1873; d Paris, 1949).

Fr. composer, conductor, and teacher. Won Prix de Rome 1894 with cantata Daphné. Cond. Paris Opéra 1908–18 (dir. 1914–18), Boston SO 1918–19. Prof. of harmony, Paris Cons., orch. 1922–41. Wrote 8 operas, incl. L'Appel de la mer (Riders to the Sea) 1924; 2 syms.; sym.‐poems; oratorio Job; vc. concertino; str. qt.; etc. Wrote vc. method. Orch. Fauré's Dolly suite.

Subjects: Music.


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