Radoux-Rogier (real name, Radoux), Charles , Belgian pedagogue, writer on music, and composer, son of Jean-Théodore Radoux; b. Liège, July 30, 1877; d. there, April 30, 1952. He studied with his father at the Liège Cons., winning the Belgian Prix de Rome with his cantata Geneviève de Brabant (1907); was made a prof. of harmony there (1905). He wrote music criticism and was active in folk-song research; served as inspector of music education (1930–42). His compositions included 2 operas, Les Sangliers des Ardennes (1905) and Oudelette (Brussels, April 11, 1912), orch. pieces, chamber music, piano pieces, choral works, and folk song albums.
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