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André Bloch (14 January 1873, in Wissembourg – 7 August 1960, in Paris) was a French composer and music educator. He studied with André Gedalge, Ernest Guiraud, and Jules Massenet at the Conservatoire de Paris. In 1893 he won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Antigone which used a text by Ferdinand Beissier. The prize enabled him to pursue further studies at the French Academy in Rome. In 1898 he joined the faculty of the Conservatoire de Paris as a professor of harmony. One of his notable pupils at that school was Jehan Alain. He later taught at American Conservatory in Fontainebleau. His private students included the composer Fernand Oubradous.

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  • André Bloch (Komponist)
  • André Bloch
  • André Bloch
  • André Bloch (compositore)
  • André Bloch (componist)
  • Блох, Андре
  • André Bloch (composer)
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  • André Bloch, né le 14 janvier 1873 à Wissembourg (Bas-Rhin), mort le 7 août 1960 à Paris, est un compositeur français.
  • André Bloch (* 14. Januar 1873 in Wissembourg; † 7. August 1960 in Paris, eigentlich Andreas Bloch) war ein französischer Komponist.
  • André Bloch (Wissembourg (Bajo Rin) 14 de enero de 1873 - Paris 7 de agosto de 1960) fue un compositor francés de música clásica.
  • Ha composto opere e musica per pianoforte. Nel 1893 vinse il primo premio per la musica del Prix de Rome.
  • André Bloch (Wissembourg, 14 januari 1873 - Parijs, 7 augustus 1960) was een Frans componist en muziekpedagoog.
  • Андре Блох (фр. André Bloch; 14 января 1873, Висамбур — 7 августа 1960, Париж) — французский композитор и музыкальный педагог. Окончил Парижскую консерваторию, ученик Жюля Массне, а также Эрнеста Гиро и Андре Жедальжа. В 1893 г. был удостоен Римской премии за кантату «Антигона».
  • André Bloch (14 January 1873, in Wissembourg – 7 August 1960, in Paris) was a French composer and music educator. He studied with André Gedalge, Ernest Guiraud, and Jules Massenet at the Conservatoire de Paris. In 1893 he won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Antigone which used a text by Ferdinand Beissier. The prize enabled him to pursue further studies at the French Academy in Rome. In 1898 he joined the faculty of the Conservatoire de Paris as a professor of harmony. One of his notable pupils at that school was Jehan Alain. He later taught at American Conservatory in Fontainebleau. His private students included the composer Fernand Oubradous.
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