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HERMAN BEMBERG (1861– )

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 714 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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HERMAN BEMBERG (1861– ), French musical composer, was born of French parents at Buenos Aires, and studied at the Paris Conservatoire, under Massenet, whose influence, with that of Gounod, is strongly marked in his music. As a composer he is known by numerous songs and pieces for the piano, as well as by his cantata La Mort de Jeanne d' Arc (1886), comic opera Le Balser de Suzan (1888) and grand opera Elaine (produced at Covent Garden in 1892). Among his songs the dramatic recitative Ballade du Desespere is well known.
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