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Who is Étienne Méhul?
étienne Méhul a.k.a. Étienne Méhul: Étienne Nicolas Méhul 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".
- also known as Etienne Mehul; Etienne Nicolas Méhul; Etienne Nicolas Mehul; Méhul, Etienne Nicolas
- born on (252 years ago) in Givet
- nationality: France
- profession: Opera composer, organist
- died on (198 years ago) in Paris
- genres: Ballet, Opera
- albums: "La légende de Joseph en Égypte (Orchestre Régional de Picardie "Le Sinfonietta" & Ensemble choral "Intermezzo" feat. conductor: Claude Bardon)", "Stratonice (Capella Coloniensis & Corona Coloniensis, feat. conductor: William Christie, singers: Petibon, Beuron, Lescroart, Daymond)", "The Complete Symphonies"
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