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Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle

Rouget de Lisle was a poet, violinist and vocalist. This produced him a significant popular physique but he was a dynamic monarchist which brought him imprisonment and disfavor especially through the empire and the time of the repair. While in armed service services he made up “Hymne a la liberte,” …

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Jerome Hopkins

Jermoe Hopkins was a self-taught organist, pianist and composer. Participating in the College or university of Vermont, he had written many manuscripts today at Harvard College or university. Hopkins was a performer, lecturer, creator from the Orpheon Free of charge Schools for Kids, and an editor from the “Philharmonic Journal.” …

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