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La Savoie Historique V1 : Pittoresque Statistique et Biographique (1854). This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages
La Savoie Historique V1 : Pittoresque Statistique et Biographique (1854). Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
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General Joseph-Marie Dessaix Dessaix went on to help Doppet organize the legion at Grenoble and then served in. .
General Joseph-Marie Dessaix. Général de division who served at Wagram and Borodino. Born: September 24, 1764. Dessaix went on to help Doppet organize the legion at Grenoble and then served in Savoy, fighting at Chambéry. In 1793 he became the chief of the legion and served at the Siege of Toulon where he was badly wounded. Next he was sent to the Army of the Eastern Pyrenees where he distinguished himself at Mouga. A few days later he was rewarded with a promotion to général de division.
La Savoie historique. pittoresque statistique et biographique. Published 1994 by Champion, Slatkine in Paris, Genève. Includes bibliographical references and index. Réimpression de l'édition de Chambéry, 1854-1858"-T.
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Pièces pittoresques (Picturesque pieces) are a set of ten pieces for piano by Emmanuel Chabrier. Four of the set were later orchestrated by the composer to make his Suite pastorale. In 1880, while on a convalescent holiday at the coastal resort of Saint-Pair (near Granville), Chabrier composed what were to be called Pièces pittoresques. Both Alfred Cortot (in La musique française de piano, PUF, 1932) and Francis Poulenc (Emmanuel Chabrier, 1961) discuss these short works enthusiastically.