Diet, Edmond-Marie

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Diet, Edmond-Marie

Diet, Edmond-Marie, French composer; b. Paris, Sept. 25,1854; d. there, Oct. 30,1924. He was a pupil of Cesar Franck and Guiraud.

Works

DRAMATIC opéra : Stratonice (1887); Le Cousin Placide (1887); Fleur de vertu (1894); Gentil Crampon, operetta (Paris, 1897); La Revanche d’Iris (1905). B a l l e t and Pantomimes: Scientia (1889); La Greve; Masque rose; M. Ruy-Blas (1894); La Belle et la bete (1895); L’Araignee d’or (1896); Reve de Noel (1896); Watteau (1900; in collaboration with Pujet). OTHER: Songs; church music.

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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