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Etienne Méhul

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Étienne Nicolas Méhul (22 June 1763 - 18 October 1817) was a French composer, "the most important opera composer in France during the Revolution." He was also the first composer to be called a "Romantic".
Méhul was born at Givet in Ardennes to Jean-François Méhul, a wine merchant, and his wife Marie-Cécile (née Keuly). His first music lessons came from a blind local organist, but he had innate aptitude and was sent to study with a German musician and organist, Wilhelm Hanser, at the monastery of Lavaldieu, a few miles from Givet. Here Méhul developed his lifelong love of flowers.
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Champs Paternels Leopold Simoneau 155666
Champs paternels
(Joseph in Egypte)
Léopold Simoneau
Vainement Pharaon dans sa reconnaissance
(Joseph in Egypte)
Georges Thill

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Opera: Joseph in EgypteComposer: MéhulAct:

Type: ariaVoice: countertenorLanguage: French

Roles: Joseph
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Opera: Joseph in EgypteComposer: MéhulAct:

Type: Voice: tenorLanguage: French

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