Labadens, Jean Baptiste François, called Isidore. Viola. 051.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Retired 31 January 1832 (m. h.)

Orch. Opéra 1825 (violin).
 

Labère, Renaud (Jean Joseph). Tenor. 618. Born 9 July 1858, Bagnères-de-Bigorre.

Sociétaire: 15 June 1909 (register: 21 June 1910)

Resigned May 1914

 

Labro, Nicolas Charles, called Labro aîné or 1r. doublebass. 200. Born 21 October 1811, Sedan (Ardennes). Died 28 May 1882, Paris.

Asp. en cas 12 January 1836; asp. 18 December 1839

Sociétaire: 10 December 1843

Comm. mat. 1862-64, 1866-68

1r sursis 1 October 1872

Retired 14 October 1873 (m. h.)

Prof. au Conservatoire. Author of a contrabass method. Brother of A. A. Labro, no. 264.


Labro, Antoine Auguste, called Labro jeune or 2e. doublebass. 264. Born 13 January 1817, Sedan (Ardennes). Died14 June 1887, Paris.

Asp. en cas 23 December 1844; asp. 1845

Sociétaire: 9 December 1851

1r sursis 22 May 1877

Retired 1878 (m. h.)

Brother of Charles Labro, 200.
 

Lachanaud, (Édouard) Jean. Trumpet solo, Cornet à pistons. 556. Born 13 December 1854, Bordeaux.

Sociétaire: 22 June 1897

Retired 18 June 1912 (m. h.)

1r prix, trumpet. Orch. Opéra (solo). Note in register: "Le prénom "Edouard" n'existe pas sur l'acte de naissance."
 

Ladoux, Robert (Antoine). Cello. 709. Born 18 [register] June 1899, Bordeaux.

Asp. cas 3 October 1924

Asp. act. 12 June 1927 (concours)

Congé 1927-28

Sociétaire: 28 May 1929

Agt. compt. 1936-37

1r sursis 1958

2e sursis 30 May 1959

Retired 23 April 1960 (m. h.)

1r prix, cello, 1924. Serv. mil.: 1rs Zouaves.
 

Lafargue, Germain. Violin. 783. Born 5 March 1913, Clermont-Ferrand.

Sociétaire: 19 June 1947

Congé 1962-63

Retired c. 1963

1r prix, 1934.
 

Laffont, Marcel. Viola. 803. Born 28 March 1905, Albi (Tarn).

Sociétaire: 31 March 1953

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 28 March 1970.

1r prix, 1930. Prof. Lycée de St.-Cloud.

 

Lafitte, Alexandre. Chorusmaster. 400. Born 18 April 1830. Died c. 15 May 1877.

Sociétaire: 26 October 1872 (replacing Th. Dubois)

Resigned 7 November 1874 (illness; replaced by Heyberger)

1r prix , harmony & accomp., 1846. 1r prix, ctrpt. & fugue, 1848. Maître de chapelle, St. Nicolas-des-Champs.
 

Lafitte, Jean. Bass ch. 414. Born 7 March 1843.

Asp. actif 4 November 1873

Sociétaire: 15 December 1874

 

Lafleurance, Jean Baptiste. Flute. 399. Born 4 August 1836.

Sociétaire: 22 October 1872

 

Lafleurance, Léopold (Jean Baptiste). Flute. 545. Born 17 April 1865, Bordeaux. Died 1953.

Sociétaire: 4 June 1895

Resigned 1917 following a lawsuit he undertook against the Société

Private pupil of Tafffanel. Orch. Opéra.
 

Lafond (Lafont), Léon. Tenor. 355. Born 22 July 1832.

Sociétaire: 5 December 1865

Retired 31 May 1892 (age, m. h.)

 

Lafond (Lafont), Marcellin. Tenor solo. 133. Born 1800. Died 1838.

Sociétaire solo 25 January 1833.

Opéra.
 

Laforge, Théophile Édouard. Viola. 485. Born 6 March 1863, Paris. Died 1918.

Sociétaire: 18 October 1887

Resigned 28 May 1895

1r prix (viola), 1886. Orch. Opéra (solo). Prof. au Conservatoire (1894-1918).
 

Lagardère, Alphonse. Viola. 704. Born 6 January 1880, Grenoble.

Asp. act. 6 October 1925, 29 June 1926

Sociétaire: 1926

Adjunct member from 1927

Retired July 1941 (m. h.)

His dubious status was owing to the fact that he had not gone to the Conservatoire because he had been mobilized.
 

Lagarin. Violin. 138.

Played a violin solo by Kreutzer, 4 March 1832.

Sociétaire: 31 January 1833

Pleayed exceprt of a Kreutzer concerto, 9 February 1834.

Resigned 11 March 1836 (in a dispute over selling his free passes on the black market)

 1r prix, violin, 831 (student of R. Kreutzer). Orch. Opéra.
 

Laget, Auguste. Tenor. 192.

Sociétaire: 23 December 1842

Dismissed 13 January 1845 (absence)

 

Laget, Paul Pierre Marie Henri. Bass ch. 233. Born 29 December 1821 (Gémil).

Sociétaire: 23 November 1847

Dismissed May 1851 (absence)

 

Lalande. Bassoon. 477+.

Externe 16 June 1885

Sociétaire: 18 May 1886 (bassoon II 22 June 1886)

 

Lallement, (Joseph) Ernest. Trumpet. 352. Born 5 or 6 [register] June 1832, Xivry-le-Franc (Moselle).

Sociétaire: 25 October 1864

 

Lambert, Mme (Mlle Lyon, Léon). Accompanist. 126.

Sociétaire: adj. 4 January 1832

Replaced 20 March 1837 because she was no longer attached to the vocal ensemble class at the Conservatoire.

Replaced by Mme Beauvalet (externe).

Presumably Honorine Lambert, piano student of Kalkbrenner, and sister [-in-law?] of Antonia Lambert, a contralto.
 

Lammers, Henri. Violin. 551. Born 13 March 1869, Paris.

Sociétaire: 20 October 1896

Dismissed 1900 (absence?) See p-v 22-25 January 1901; application of par. 2 of art. 40 (reg.)

 

Lamorlette, Roland. Oboe solo. 756. Born 5 February 1894, Vouziers (Ardennes). Died 8 May 1960.

Asp. act. 4 June 1938; solo, externe, 15 June 1938

Sociétaire: 10 May 1939

Retired 22 February 1953 (committee 7 March 1953) (m. h. 15 June 1954)

2d prix, oboe, 1910. 1r prix 1911. Interim prof. Conservatoire 1959.
 

Lamouret, François (Charlemagne). Horn solo. 623. Born 13 April 1883, Douai. Died late October 1925.

Sociétaire: 30 May 1911

1r cor solo 13 June 1924

Retired 13 June 1925 (letter of 3 June; m. h.)

Orch. Opéra.
 

Lamoureux, Charles. Violin, 2d Chef. 342. Born 21 [register] or 28 September 1834, Bordeaux. Died 21 December 1899, Paris.

Sociétaire: 22 December 1863

Comm. mat. 1864-65 (resigned from com. 24 January 1865)

2d chef, 25 May 1872, replacing Deldevez

Resigned 31 October 1877 (to conduct elsewhere)

1r prix, violin, 1852, 1854 (student of Girard). Th. du Gymnase (solo). Orch. Opéra (chef, 1877-79; music director, 1891-92). Concerts Pasdeloup. Co-founder Séances Populaires de Musique de Chambre. Founder Société Fr. de l'Harmonie Sacrée (1874). Founder Soc. des Nouveaux Concerts (Concerts Lamoureux), 1881-97. Légion d'Honneur.

 

Lanneau, see Amédée Lanneau
 

Larmée, Maurice (Pascal). doublebass. 700. Born 11 June 1894, Charenton le Pont.

Asp. cas 15 June 1920

Asp. act. 7 June 1921

Sociétaire: 12 January 1926

Membr. adj. 1931-32

Comm. publicité 1931-32, 1932-34

Congé 1934-35, 1935-36

Resigned 18 May 1936

 

Larue, Marcel (Désiré). Violin. 749. Born 25 September 1899, Paris. Died 1972.

Sociétaire: 11 May 1938

Chef de la publicitié 1947

Tres. adj. 1958-60

1r sursis 30 May 1959

2e sursis 28 May 1960

Retired 2 March 1962 (m. h.)

 

Laty, Alexandre Adolphe. Tenor. 052.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Agt. compt. 1831-33, 1840

Comm. mat. 1836

Insp. Salle 1837-38, 1841-42

Retired 3 December 1843 (Com. 1 December; m. h. 28 December)

 

Laure Henry, Mlle. Soprano. 229.

Asp. 21 December 1837

Sociétaire: adj. 27 November 1845

Daugher of Henry, bassoon; Mlle Henry 2e was her sister, Clarissa. She is listed in the registers as Laure Henry.
 

Lavaillotte, Lucien (Claudius). Flute solo. 689. Born 8 August 1898, Montceau-les-Mines (Saône et Loire). Died 1968.

Appointed Flute III and piccolo 27 June 1922 (concours)

Sociétaire: 8 May 1923

Flute solo 19 October 1938

Congé 11 May 1958 (illness)

1r sursis 30 May 1959

Retired 29 May 1960 (m. h.)

1r prix, flute, 1923. Orch. Opéra (solo, 1922-55). Prof. au Conservatoire. Légion d'Honneur, c. 1956.
 

Lavoye aînée, Mlle Anne Benoîte Louise. Solo. 224. Born 28 June 1823, Dunkerque. Died October 1897, Paris.

Sociétaire: 9 April 1845

 

Le Métayer, André (Victor Léonard) (or André Léonard Victor). Violin. 652. Born 21 October 1888, Paris.

Asp. 1913-14

Sociétaire: 7 June 1919

Memb. adj. 1929-30

Comm. publicité 1930-31

Congé 1931-32 [registre: "dem. 1932"]

Retired June 1934 (m. h.)

Orch. Opéra.
 

Le Métayer, Charles (Albert). Viola. 588. Born 28 April 1873, Nantes. Died 7 February 1955.

Sociétaire: 11 October 1904

Memb. adj. 1913-14

Congé 1921-22

Comm. pers. 1925-27

Retired 1934

Orch. Opéra. Register: "a fourni un certificat d'udition dans la classe de Mr Pessard."
 

Lebailly, Victor Edmond. Clarinet. 593. Born 12 December 1872, Boulogne-sur-Mer.

Sociétaire: 6 June 1905

Congé for 1911-12 refused, because he had already had two leaves.

Retired 1913

Orch. Op.-Com. (solo).
 

Lebaron, Adolphe. Tenor. 262. Born 2 March 1813.

Sociétaire: 9 December 1850

Resigned 2 November 1872 (living in country; request to be named m. h. denied unanimously)

 

Lebon, Henri (Villard). Flute solo. 788. Born 5 [register] or 16 July 1911, Escaudin.

Asp. 1945-46

Sociétaire: 15 June 1948

2e flute solo 12 February 1957

Flute solo, 11 May 1958

1r memb. adj., 1958-60

Congé 1962-64

Retired c. 1964

1r prix, 1930.
 

Leborne, Aimé Ambroise Simon. Tenor. 053. Born 29 December 1797, Brussels. Died 2 April 1866, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Memb. adj. 1828-29

Comm. mat. 1829-31, 1833-34

Insp. Salle, 1834-35

1r sursis 15 November 1859

Sursis 20 October 1863

Retired 18 October 1864 (m. h.)

2d Prix de Rome 1818, Prix de Rome 1820 (student of Berton and Cherubini). Prof. au Consevatoire, counterpoint and fugue (1836-40), then composition (1840-66). Librarian, Opéra (1829), Chapelle roy. (1834). Légion d'Honneur 1853. Composer of operas and vocal works; ed. Catel's Traité d'harmonie (rev. edn. 1848).
 

Lebouc, Charles (Joseph). Cello. 252. Born 22 December 1822, Besançon. Died 6 March 1893, Hyères.

Asp. January 1844

Sociétaire: 13 November 1849

Secretary 1863-65

Memb. adj. 1866-67

Secretary, Caisse de Prévoyance, 1874-84 (retired 17 June 1884)

1r sursis 29 May 1883

Retired 10 June1884 (2e sursis refused; m. h.)

1r prix, cello, 1842 (student of Franchomme). 1r prix, harmony, 1844 (student of Halévy). Orch. Opéra (1844-48). Founder of Soirées de Musique Classique. Composer of works for cello and a Méthode.
 

Lebourlier, Charles (Philippe). Bass ch. 207.

Sociétaire: 29 January 1844

Retired 6 November 1868 (by committee, after an audition to verify vocal capabilites; m. h. 16 March 1869)

 

Lebreton, Jules (Armand). Violin. 571. Born 21 April 1873, Le Mans.

Sociétaire: 15 June 1900

Dismissed, nomination annulled 20 November 1900 (absent 4 times without valid motive)

1r prix, violin. Register: "A fourni son livret militaire."
 

Lebrun, (Eugène) Adolphe. Violin. 348. Born 9 or 10 [register] February 1833, Missy (Calvados).

Sociétaire: 25 October 1864

2nd stand violins I 6 October 1885

Retired 2 June 1896 (age, m. h.)

 

Leclerc, see Teste


Leclerq, Lucien (Michel). Oboe. 602. Born 30 July 1879, Valenciennes. Died July 1918 ("tué à l'ennemi; mort pour la France").

Sociétaire: 28 May 1907

1r prix, oboe, 1895. Orch. Op.-Com. (solo).
 

Lecointe, Eugène Joseph. Violin. 198. Born 10 May 1817, Paris. Died 13 September 1889.

Sociétaire: 10 December 1843.

Trés. Caisse de Prévoyance 1864-65

Congé 3 months 1871-72 (17 October 1871)

Agt.-compt. 1873-75

1r sursis 22 May 1877

2e 21 May 1878

Retired 20 May 1879 (age, m. h.)

 

Lecointre, Jacques. Trumpet. 856. [No birth information in registers.]

Sociétaire: 17 March 1966

Resigned 21 September 1966

 

Lecoq. Bass ch. 142.

Sociétaire: 1 December 1833

Retired 23 January 1838 (m. h.), replaced by Martin

 

Leduc, (Jules) Paul. doublebass. 692. Born 26 March 1871, Douai.

Sociétaire adjoint 8 June 1920

Sociétaire: 23 October 1923

Resigned 28 May 1929 (illness)

Ex-soliste des Concerts Lamoureux.

 


Lefebvre, Henri (Casimir). Clarinet. 582 (erroneously, 580 in some records). Born 23 April 1867, Lillers (Pas de Calais).

Sociétaire: 10 June 1902

Resigned 9 June 1903

 

Lefort, Narcisse Augustin. Violin. 441. Born 18 June 1852.

Sociétaire: 7 October 1879

Retired 2 October 1894 (m. h.)

1r prix, violin, 1874. Prof au Conservatoire 1892.
 

Légée, Emmanuel. Bass ch. 364. Born 12 May 1827, Marne (Ardennes). Died late October 1887.

Sociétaire: 6 November 1866

1r sursis 7 June 1887

Died

 

Legros, Trumpet. 054.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Congé 1832 season

Dismissed 14 February 1833 (absence)

 

Lejeune, Louis Joseph. Bass ch. 373. Born 23 December 1822.

Sociétaire: 3 December 1867

Retired 4 October 1881 (illness; m. h. 8 October 1881)

 

Lejolivet, see Charpentier


Lelong, Fernand. Tuba. 844. Born 3 September 1939, Sains en Gohelle 62 (Nord / Pas-de-Calais). Died 2 November 2002, Paris.

Asp. act. 26 June 1962

Sociétaire: 2 March 1964

Orchestre de Paris 1967-99.

Childhood: Harmonie des Mineurs de la Fosse No. 10. Studies at Cons. de Lille. Matriculated Cons. Paris, 1957. 1r prix, tuba, 1962 (student of Paul Bernard). Solo, Musique de la Police Nationale, Musique Princ. de l'Armée de l'Air. Prof. Cons. Xe Arrond. Paris (1970-86). Prof. Cons., (1986-99). Consultant to the tuba maker Antoine Courtois. Etudes, etc., pub. Paris: Billaudot. SOURCE: obituary, saxhorneuphonium.free.fr
 

Lemaire, Félix (Émile). Viola. 750. Born 29 August 1911, Boulogne-sur-mer (Pas de Calais).

Asp. act. 4 June 1937

Sociétaire: 11 May 1938

Tres. 1948-51

Resigned 7 May 1962 to stay with Orch. ORTF

1r prix, viola.
 

Lenoble, Arthur Victor Ernest. Bass ch. 533. Born 7 October 1846, St. Quentin. Died 1904 or 1905.

Sociétaire: 6 June 1893

Retired 3 June 1904 (illness, m. h. 14 June 1904)

 

Lepetit, Pierre. Violin. 714. Born 25 December 1901, Paris. Died 1968, Limoges.

Asp. act. 3 October 1924

Sociétaire: 5 June 1930

Violin I, 11 June 1931

Agt. compt. 1936-37, 1939-40

Resigned 1945 (to become director of the Conservatoire in Limoges)

1r med. solfege and 1r med. hist. musique 1914. 1r prix, violin, 1924.
 

Leplat, Louis Victor. Violin. 561. Born 25 August 1865, Lille. Died 1909.

Sociétaire: 14 June 1898

Orch. Opéra.
 

Leplus, (Louis) Gabriel (Marie). Flute. 152. Born 1 September 1807, Lille. Died 18 March 1874, Argenteuil.

Sociétaire: 21 March 1835, replacing Nermel

Congé 13 February 1840 until end of season; also 1841 (Dorus to take his parts)

Comm. pers. 1850-52

To 2nd piccolo, 17 October 1865 (to make way for Taffanel)

Retired 7 August 1866 (m. h.)

1r prix, flute, 1825. Orch. Op.-Com., Th.-Ital., Opéra (1848-66). Son-in-law of Habeneck, married to the elder daughter (Marie Juliette) Caroline Habeneck. Their son called himself Leplus-Habeneck. His letter of appointment is addressed to "Ludovic" Leplus.
 

Leroy, Adolphe (Marthe). Clarinet. 265. Born August 1827. Died August 1880.

Sociétaire: 9 December 1851 (called by com. to replace Klosé, 25 July 1851)

Agt.-compt. 1865-67

Retired 1871 (m. h.)

Orch. Opéra. He died the same week as Klosé, his teacher (AG 18 May 1881).
 

Lesecq, Achille Eugène. Tenor. 404. Born 19 March [register] 1837. Death acknowledged (via a letter returned marked: "décédé") 22 May 1877.

Sociétaire: 18 March 1873

Resigned 3 November 1876

 

Lespinasse, see Paulin


Lespine, (Olivier) Jacques. Violin. 696. Born 12 December 1899, Bordeaux. Died 1972.

Asp. act. 17 June 1922

Sociétaire: 12 January 1926

Congé. 1939-40

Acting concertmaster as needed in the 1950s

1r sursis 28 May 1960

Retired 2 March 1962 (m. h.)

Brother of Jean Lespine, 735.
 

Lespine, Jean (René). Cello. 735. Born 3 May 1905, Bordeaux.

Sociétaire: 30 May 1935

Retired 19 April 1967 (m. h.)

1r prix , cello, 1926. Brother of Jacques Lespine, 696.
 

Lestringant, Eugène (Auguste). Violin. 631. Born 7 May 1888 Le Mans.

Sociétaire: 11 June 1912

Retired 11 May 1938

1r prix, violin. Orch. Op.-Com. Though listed in the souvenir program for the U.S. tour of 1918-19, he did not go, having been called for military service.
 

Letaivre, Mme. Soprano I adj. 343.

Sociétaire: adj. 8 December 1863

Resigned 19 December 1865

 

Letellier, (Clément) Léon. Bassoon. 510. Born 16 March 1859, Marseille.

Sociétaire: 2 June 1891

Retired 1922 (m. h.)

1r prix, bassoon (1879). Orch. Colonne. Orch. Opéra (solo). Prof. Cons. His son Louis Letellier, called L. fils, was a regular externe in the years before World War I but did not become a sociétaire. Called Clément in 1918 souvenir program.
 

Leudet, Louis Ferdinand. Violin. 148. Born 18 January 1815 [register: 13 January 1814]. Died 3 June 1879 [register: 30 June].

Sociétaire: 2 February 1835

Comm. adj.

1r sursis 22 September 1874

Retired c. 1875 (age, m. h.)

1r prix, violin (1832, student of Bellon and A. Kreutzer). Orch. Opéra (1832-70, solo succeeding Launer), Chap. imp. Napoléon III.
 

Levasseur, Nicolas (Prosper). Bass ch. solo. 055. Born 9 March 1791, Bresles. Died 6 December 1871, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 1836 (m.h.)

Opéra (1813). Th.-Ital. (1819). Opéra (1828-45, 1849-53), where he was featured in the Rossini operas and created all the important bass roles of his era, including Bertram in Robert le diable (1831), Brogni in La Juive (1835), Marcel in Les Huguenots (1836), and finally  Le Prophète (1849). Prof. au Conservatoire (1841-69). Légion d'Honneur.
 

Lévy, Claude. Violin. 681. Born 29 March 1898, Paris.

Asp. act. 6 October 1920

Sociétaire adjoint 14 June 1921

Sociétaire: 17 June 1922

Resigned end of session 1924-25

 

Loëb, Jules Léopold. Cello. 433. Born 13 May 1852, Strasbourg.

Asp. en cas 21 October 1873

Sociétaire: 7 May 1878

Second chair 19 October 1886

Premiered Bruch's Kol nidre with orchestra, 23, 30 January 1887

Cello solo 1 June 1898

Retired 26 May 1903 (m. h. 9 June 1903)

1r prix, cello, 1872. Orch. Opéra (solo). Prof. au Conservatoire 1900.
 

Logerot, Gaston. doublebass. 730. Born 15 February 1910, Belfort.

Asp. act. 6 October 1931 (concours)

Sociétaire: June 1934

doublebass solo 13 June 1936 (concours)

Mobilized in World War II

Congé 1955-56 (illness), 1958-59 (in Spain)

Sursis 30 May 1959

Retired c. 1965

1r prix, doublebass, 1928. Prof. au Conservatoire. Serv. mil: 213 Reg. Inf. C., classe 1930.
 

Logerot, Jean-Pierre, called Logerot jeune. doublebass. 826. Born 30 August 1934, Paris.

Appointed 11 May 1958 (en cas, 1956-57)

Sociétaire: 23 April (AG 28 May) 1960 [reg. "June 1961"]

1r prix 1953.
 

Loiseau, Émile (Maurice Joseph). Violin. 581 (erroneously, 579 in some records). Born 31 October 1874, Briare (Loiret).

Sociétaire: 10 June 1902

Agt. compt. 1909-11, 1913-19, 1925-26

Violin II solo 1913

Violin I solo 17 June 1924

Resigned 18 April 1929 (overcommitment; m. h. 28 May 1929)

Orch. Opéra. Prof. au Conservatoire.
 

Lopez, Maurice (Thomas) [register "Thomas" alone]. Violin. 790. Born 24 December 1912, Cartagène (Espagne; French citizen).

Sociétaire: 15 June 1948

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 31 December 1977.

1r accessit, 1934.
 

Loterie, Joseph (Henri). Bass clarinet. 690. Born 21 January 1886, Estaires (Nord).

Appointed clar. b. and clar. 3 October 1922 (concours)

Sociétaire: 12 June 1923

Asked to resign 15 May 1939 (professional incapcity); refused, dismissed 27 May 1939

 

Loucheur, Raymond. President; Director, Conservatoire. 1i. Born 1 January 1899, Tourcoing. Died 14 September 1979, Nogent-sur-Marne.

Director of Conservatoire, 1956 (succeeding Dupré)

Resigned, 1962 (succeeded by Gallois-Montbrun)

Prix de Rome, 1928 (student of d'Indy). Prix Georges Bizet 1935. Inspector gén. of music education (1940-46). Director, Conservatoire, 1956-62. Composer of orchestra music, ballet (Hop-Frog, 1953), and chamber music.


Louvergne, Jean-Baptiste Théophile. Tenor. 328. Born 4 January 1816. Died 1898 or 1899.

Asp. 17 November 1857

Sociétaire: 4 March 1862

Retired 23 May 1876 (age, m. h.)

 

Louvet. Bass ch. 056.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Retired 25 January 1836 (left Paris; m. h.)

 

Lovisolo, Jean André François (Francesco). Violin. 713. Born 20 March 1904[?], Neuilly-sur-Seine.

Asp. cas. 20 November 1925

Asp. act. 19 June 1926

Sociétaire: 5 June 1930

Congé 1934-35

Prisoner of war c. 1941; returned 5 February 1943

"Soliste eventuel" (i.e. 2e solo) 30 October 1943 (concours)

Comm. pers. 1947-58, 1962-63

Retired 19 April 1967 (m. h.)

1r med., solfege, 1921, 2e med hist. musique, 1922 2d prix, violin, 1924
 

Luciani, true surname Izaure, Yzaure, Henri. 553. Tenor. Born 6 November 1859, Rabot (Ariège).

Sociétaire: 20 October 1896

Resigned May 1914?

There exists a copy of the Beethoven portrait presented new sociétaires inscribed: "à H. I. Luciani, le 20 mars 1896 pour son intronisation à la société des concerts," with pencilled signatures of the two conductors, Taffanel and Th. Dubois [Marie-Françoise Lemery, 14 February 2006].
 

Luquin, Fernand (Alexandre). Violin. 594. Born 8 June 1879, Paris.

Sociétaire: 6 June 1905

Memb. adj. 1909-10, 1924

Comm. pers. 1910-12, 1914, 1919, 1922, 1937-38

Tres. Caisse de Prévoyance 1920-38

2d violin solo 17 June 1924

Resigned 21 April 1931, resignation refused 11 November

Retired 31 March 1938 (m. h. 11 May 1938)

1r prix, violin. Prof. au Conservatoire.
 

Lutgen, Balthasar. Bass ch. 206.

Asp. 23 December 1842.

Sociétaire: 17 December 1843

Congé 1855, 1856 (illness: heart trouble)

Retired 12 December 1855 (m. h.)

 

Luton, Robert. Percussion. 759. Born 24 July 1910, Paris.

Appointed 20 June 1939 (concours)

Sociétaire: 11 July 1941

Retired June 1964