Amédée Artus

Amedée Urbain Louis Henry Joseph Artus (28 October 1815 – 26 March 1892) was a 19th-century French conductor and composer, author of more than eight hundred incidental music pieces.

Born in Perpignan, Amédée Arthur was the son of Joseph Pierre Artus (1791–1864) and Marie Angélique Salvo (1793–1864), both also from Perpignan. His father played the viola, and he was the older brother of Alexandre Artus, also a conductor and composer. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 5 results of 5 for search 'Artus, Amédée', query time: 0.04s Refine Results
  1. 1
    by Féval, Paul, 1817-1887
    Published 1850
    Paris : M. Lévy frères, 1850
    95 p.
    Other Authors: ...Artus, Amédée...
  2. 2
    by Sue, Eugène, 1804-1857
    Published 1866
    Paris : Beck, 1866
    45 p.
    Other Authors: ...Artus, Amédée...
  3. 3
    by Féval, Paul, 1817-1887
    Published 1848
    Paris : M. Lévy frères, 1848
    157 p.
    Other Authors: ...Artus, Amédée...
  4. 4
    by Frédéric, M., 1785-1827
    Published 1820
    Paris : J.-N. Barba, 1820
    67 p.
    Other Authors: ...Artus, Amédée...
  5. 5
    by Nus, Eugène, 1816-1894
    Published 1857
    Paris : Michel Lévy frères, [1857]
    27 p. ; 29 cm.
    Other Authors: ...Artus, Amédée...

Search Tools: