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Charles Baudelaire

Though Baudelaire himself produced hardly any works and was somewhat more appreciated after his death than during his lifetime, he was one of many influences both in Britain and France like a critic and an inspiration. He was among the 1st to declare “l’Art put l’Art,” Artwork for Art’s Sake, …

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Charles Koechlin

Though his reputation being a composer has continued to be rather isolated within the decades since his death, Charles Koechlin enjoyed a prominent put in place the French music scene within the initial half of the twentieth century. Delivered in Paris on November 27, 1867, Koechlin started formal musical research …

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Edmond Clement

Although he sang in choirs as a kid, Edmond Clement began his university studies to become civil engineer, but quickly quit to enter the Paris Conservatoire where he studied with Victor Warot. He produced his debut as Vincent in Gounod’s Mireille in the Opera-Comique in 1889. He continued to be …

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