See also:born in
See also:Paris on the 12th of
See also:April 1839 . He first devoted his
See also:attention to
See also:painting, but afterwards took up the serious study of
See also:music . He entered the Paris
See also:Conservatoire, but did not remain there long, because he had espoused too warmly the cause of Wagner against his
See also:professor . He composed the following operas: Sardanapale (1867), Le Dernier jour de Pampei (1869), Dimitri (1876), La Reine Berthe (1878), Le Chevalier
See also:Jean (1885), Lancelot (1900) . He also wrote incidental music to
See also:Hamlet, a
See also:symphony, and other
See also:works .
See also:Joncieres' admiration for Wagner asserted itself rather in a musical than a dramatic sense . The influence of the German
See also:master's earlier
See also:style can be traced in his operas . Joncieres, however, adhered to the recognized forms of the French
See also:opera and did not
See also:model his works according to the later developments of the Wagnerian " music drama." He may indeed be said to have been at least as much influenced by Gouno.d as by Wagner . From 1871 he was musical critic for La Liberte' . He died on the 26th of
See also:October 1903 .
JONATHAN (Heb. " Yah [weh] gives ")
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