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Adrien Barthe (born Grat-Norbert Barthe, June 7, 1828 – August 13, 1898) was a French classical composer. Born in Bayonne, Barthe studied music under Fernand Le Borne at the Paris Conservatory. An early composition, Francesca de Rimini, was lauded by the Rome Institute, and subsequent cantatas Judith and Don Carlos were well received. Performances of Aubade in 1893 by conductor Paul Taffanel were popular with audiences to the extent that Taffanel published praise of Barthe - "your delightful work earned us our first success." Moving from classical composition to theatre work, Barthe's la Fiancée d'Abydos appeared on stage in Paris and Rome starring Jean-Vital Jammes, however flaws in the composition persuaded Barthe to retire shortly after December 1865, becoming a teacher. He died in Asni

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  • Pour les articles homonymes, voir Barthe. Adrien Barthe (né Grat-Norbert le 7 juin 1828 à Bayonne; mort le 13 août 1898 (à 70 ans) à Asnières) était un compositeur de musique classique.
  • Adrien Barthe (born Grat-Norbert Barthe, June 7, 1828 – August 13, 1898) was a French classical composer. Born in Bayonne, Barthe studied music under Fernand Le Borne at the Paris Conservatory. An early composition, Francesca de Rimini, was lauded by the Rome Institute, and subsequent cantatas Judith and Don Carlos were well received. Performances of Aubade in 1893 by conductor Paul Taffanel were popular with audiences to the extent that Taffanel published praise of Barthe - "your delightful work earned us our first success." Moving from classical composition to theatre work, Barthe's la Fiancée d'Abydos appeared on stage in Paris and Rome starring Jean-Vital Jammes, however flaws in the composition persuaded Barthe to retire shortly after December 1865, becoming a teacher. He died in Asni
  • Adrien Barthe (eigentlich Grat-Norbert Barthe; * 7. Juni 1828 in Bayonne; † 13. August 1898 in Asnières) war ein französischer Komponist. Barthe studierte am Konservatorium in Paris. 1854 gewann er mit der Kantate Francesca de Rimini den Prix de Rome und das damit verbundene Künstlerstipendium. 1858 gewann er den Prix Rodrigues und stach seinen einzigen Mitstreiter, den später weitbekannten Komponisten Georges Bizet, aus. Seine bekanntesten Werke sind die zwei Opern Don Carlos und La Fiancée d’Abydos sowie das Oratorium Judith.
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