Alfred Bruneau

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Country of Birth:

France

Year of Birth:

1857

Year of Death:

1934

About the composer Alfred Bruneau

Louis-Charles-Bonaventure-Alfred Bruneau (3 March 1857, in Paris - 15 June 1934, in Paris) was a French composer who played a key role in the introduction of realism in French opera.
As a youth, Bruneau studied the cello at the Paris Conservatory, and played in the Pasdeloup orchestra. He soon began to compose, writing a cantata, Genevieve de Paris while still a young man. In 1884 his Ouverture heroique was performed, followed by the choral symphonies, Lida (1884), La belle au bois dormant (1886). In 1887, he produced his first opera, Kérim.
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