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Louis Jullien

As the son of the bandmaster, Louis Antoine Jullien (originally spelled “Julien,” in addition to the titles of 36 godfathers who have been members from the Sisteron Philharmonic) gained knowledge in early stages of instruments and music. However he was 21 before he became a member of the composition course …

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Ernest Fanelli

Simply because obscure and neglected a body as one will probably find in the history of modern music, Ernest Fanelli was a nineteenth century composer whose function eerily anticipates some twentieth century France Impressionism. Fanelli was created in Paris to a family group of Italian émigrés. He inserted the Paris …

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