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Raoul Pugno (1852 - 1914)

Although Raoul Pugno made his debut as a six-year-old boy, with the help of Prince Poniatowski he was then able to study at the École Niedermeyer. At fourteen years of age he enrolled at the Paris Conservatoire where he won prizes for piano, harmony and organ. His teacher for piano was Georges Mathias, a pupil of Chopin; for organ it was François Benoist; and for composition he learnt with Ambroise Thomas. He left the Conservatoire in 1869 and a few years later became organist at the church of St Eugène, and chorusmaster at the Théâtre Ventadour five years later. He returned to the Conservatoire in 1892 as professor of harmony, later becoming professor of piano in 1896.



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