Arthur Coquard

Born: 26th May 1846

Died: 20th August 1910

Birthplace: Paris, France

Arthur Coquard was a French composer and music critic. He studied composition with César Franck, and was a music critic for Le Monde and L'Echo de Paris. He served as director of the Institut National des Jeunes Aveugles (National Institute for Blind Children) from 1891–99. He won a prize from the Académie des Beaux-Arts for his publication De la musique en France depuis Rameau. His most popular musical work was his setting of Haï Luli, which was included in several major anthologies of French songs.

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