Lili Boulanger French Composer First Woman Awarded the Prix de Rome Lili Boulanger French Composer First Woman Awarded the Prix de Rome

Lili Boulanger French Composer First Woman Awarded the Prix de Rome

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Publisher Description

Lili Boulanger was immensely talented French composer who died a most untimely death in 1918. She was 24. Boulanger was from a family of musically inclined people. Her father was awarded the Prix de Rome and her sister Nadia had competed for it on two separate occasions. Lili was triumphant in 1913. The award was most coveted and distinguished among artists and composers. Among it previous winners were Claude Debussy and Hector Berlioz.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2020
February 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
9
Pages
PUBLISHER
Robert Grey Reynolds, Jr
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
156.8
KB

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