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Ferdinand Barlow

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Occupation  Composer
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Full Name  Ferdinand Frédéric Barlow
Born  2 Octobre 1881Mulhouse
Died  3 January 1951, Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Ferdinand Frédéric "Fred" Barlow (2 October 1881 – 3 January 1951) was an 20th-century French classical composer.

Fred Barlow started music at age 28 and studied with Charles Koechlin in Paris.

In 1926, he joined the Quakers, an engagement which had influence on his music.

Selected works

  • Sylvie ou Le Double Amour, opéra comique, libretto by Pierre Bettin after Gérard de Nerval, created in 1923 in Paris
  • Mam'zelle Prud'homme, operetta, libretto by C. Bével, created in 1932 in Monte-Carlo
  • La Grande Jatte, ballet, accepted at the Opera in 1939 and created during the sommer 1950.
  • References

    Ferdinand Barlow Wikipedia

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