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Jullien [Julien], Louislocked

(1812–1860)
  • John Rosselli

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Jullien [Julien], Louis (1812–1860), conductor and composer, was born at Sisteron, France, on 23 April 1812, the son of a military bandsman. Although he later publicized a fanciful account of his childhood (Musical World, 1853), he seems to have been brought up in barracks and trained by his father to play piccolo in the band; he also studied the violin. In 1833 he entered the ...

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F. Boase, , 6 vols. (privately printed, Truro, 1892–1921); repr. (1965)