Lagoanère, Oscar de
Lagoanère, Oscar de
Lagoanère, Oscar de, French conductor and composer; b. Bordeaux, Aug. 25, 1853; d. Paris, May 23, 1918. He studied at the Paris Cons, with Marmontel, Duprato, and Savard. From 1876 to 1908 he conducted operettas at various theaters in Paris, and from 1908 to 1914 he was administrator and director of music at the Théâtre de la Gaîté. He was a prolific composer of operettas, the most successful of which were Le Cadeau d’Alain (Paris, Sept. 14, 1902), L’Habit de César (Paris, May 14, 1906), Amour et sport (Paris, July 28, 1907), and Un Ménage au violon. He also composed piano pieces and songs.
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