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Author: Lucien Durosoir

Lucien Durosoir (1878 - 5 December 1955) was a French composer and violinist whose works were rediscovered thanks to manuscripts found by his son Luc. In the midst of his career as a solo violinist, he was called up to the front, and sent detailed letters to his mother, Louise. After demobilization in 1919, he began composing at his home in southwest France, away from the trends of Paris. His music consequently is unique for its time, and is increasing in popularity among performers and scholars.

Ma Chère Maman – Mon Cher Enfant: The Letters of Lucien and Louise Durosoir, 1914-1919
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Ma Chère Maman – Mon Cher Enfant: The Letters of Lucien and Louise Durosoir, 1914-1919

Blackwater Press

His violin saved his life... August 1914: Renowned violinist Lucien Durosoir (1878-1955) was taking a break from his busy concert schedule in a small town in Brittany with his mother, when the world and his life changed forever. In the space of a ...

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