This Biography is about one of the best Orchestra Conductor Edmond Dédé including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Edmond Dédé|
|Real Name||Edmond Dédé|
|Famous as||Violinist and Orchestra Conductor|
|Personal life of Edmond Dédé|
|Born on||20 November 1827|
|Died At Age||77|
|Born in||New Orleans|
|Died on||17 March 1905|
|Children||Eugene Arcade Dédé|
|Personal Fact of Edmond Dédé|
Edmond was a black French creole American composer, born in New Orleans in 1827, to a French couple from West Indies. His father was a bandmaster for a militia unit. During his childhood, it was first introduced to the clarinet but found his true calling with violin and was soon dubbed the child prodigy. There have been various spellings to his name from the initial Edmond to the later Edmund.
He took lessons from famous violinists like Constantin Debergue and Italian-born LudovicoGabici. He has some famous compositions to his credit like Mon Pauvre Coeur in 1852, Quasimodo Symphony in 1865, Le Palmier Overture in 1865 and many more. The hostility in States forced him to flee to Mexico and he later returned United States and worked as a cigar maker to save money to be able to travel to Europe. Edmond DÃ©dÃ© died in 1903 in Paris. Read on to know about this talented artist.
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