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Jacques de La Presle (1888-1969) was a French composer. He won Second Prix at the Concours de Rome in 1920 with his cantata Don Juan. The following year he won the Grand Prix with a cantata Hermione, and departed to spend four years at the Villa Médicis 1922-1925.

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  • Jacques Guillaume de Sauville de La Presle, né le 5 juillet 1888 à Versailles, décédé le 6 mai 1969 à Paris, est un compositeur et professeur français.
  • Jacques Guillaume de Sauville de la Presle (* 5. Juli 1888 in Versailles; † 6. Mai 1969 in Paris) war ein französischer Komponist und Musikpädagoge.
  • Jacques de La Presle (1888-1969) was a French composer. He won Second Prix at the Concours de Rome in 1920 with his cantata Don Juan. The following year he won the Grand Prix with a cantata Hermione, and departed to spend four years at the Villa Médicis 1922-1925.
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