René de Boisdeffre was a French musician and composer of chamber music. Born in Vesoul, Boisdeffre studied with Auguste Barbereau and Charles Wagner, developing an elegant compositional style that won him the Prix Chartier in 1883.
Most Popular Music
Sérénade, Op.85 Au bord d’un ruisseau, Op.52 Scènes villageoises, Op.86 Septet, Op.49 3 Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op.20
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