Mache, Mâche, Isidore (Louis). Violin. 487. Born 20 or 28 [register] September 1862, Le Mans.

Asp. act. 16 June 1885

Sociétaire: 18 October 1887

Comm. pers. 1906-08

Retired (m. h.)

2d prix, violin 1883; 1r prix 1884. Acad. 1897.
 

Maché, Marcel (Eugène Joseph). Violin. 721. Born 15 March 1903, Paris.

Asp. cas 1 July 1927

Sociétaire: 11 June 1931

Violin I 4 June 1937

Retired 19 April 1967 (m. h.)

1r prix, violin, 1925. Orch. Opéra. Serv. mil. [done]

 

Maillard, Maillart (see also Bassaget): four singers, nos. 57, 58, 182, and 186:

Nélia, probably no. 57, active in the first two seasons as soprano soloist.

Hortense, probably no. 58, the famous mezzo-soprano Mme Duflot-Maillard; almost surely the same as Caroline, who appeared with Nélia on the first concert in 1828.

Mlle Maillard, soprano I, no. 182. May be the same as:

Louise-Marguerite, Mme Bassaget née Maillard, soprano 1, no. 186, c. 1839–45.

 

Maillard, Maillart, 2e, Hortense, Mme Duflot (Duflos) [after her marriage professionally called Hortense Duflot-Maillard, though later divorced]. Mezzo-soprano. 058. Born 1808. Died 1 July 1858, Dresden. Certainly the same as Caroline Maillard who sang the Rossini duo with her older sister at the first concert, 9 March 1828.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828 (signed actes de fondation as Hce Maillart)

Resigned 1832

2e prix, vocalisation, 1824; 1r prix, vocalisation, 1825. Maintained from 1834 a noted private studio in the rue Bleue. Brussels (1842), London (1845), Marseille (1846), Berlin, Dresden. Created Marguerite in Berlioz’s La Damnation de Faust (1846). Elwart, p. 99, notes the deaths of Nélia and Caroline, soloists at the first concert, saying “toutes deux se marièrent et sont décédées, Mme Nélia E[mpaire] en 1836, à Paris, et Mme Caroline D[uflot] en 1858 à Dresde; in his list of soloists, p. 318, he cites “Caroline-Hortense Maillard (Mme Duflos).” Obituary in R&GM 22 August 1858, p. 280; see also Edouard G. J. Gregoir, Panthéon Musical populaire III (Brussels, etc., 1876), pp. 36–37.

 

Maillard, Louise-Marguerite, see Bassaget, Mme, no. 186.
 

Maillard, Maillart, 1re, (Ursule) Nélia (Clotilde), Mme Empaire (Ampaire). Soprano. 057. Born 1803. Died 16 May 1835, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 1832

 

Maillard, Mlle. Soprano. 182.

Given droits of Mlle Hyrne, absent, 13 November 1839 (for her “zeal”)

Sociétaire: 30 November 1840, replacing Mlle Guichard (absence) [decision reached 16 November 1840; register says 9 November 1840, apparently in error]

May be the same as Mme Bassaget, no. 186; the register for 1840–41 has erasures and changes of date for entries 182 and 186, as though trying to reconcile an administrative error.

Malgloire, Jean-Claude (Pascal). Oboe. 1967.2. Born 25 November 1940, Avignon.

Asp. act. 26 June 1962

Sociétaire: 19 April 1967

Orchestre de Paris 1967; resigned 23 April 1974

2d prix, oboe, 1959. 1r prix 1960. 1r prix, chamber music, 1968. Founder La Grande Écurie et La Chambre du Roy (1974).

 

Mallet, Gaston Barthélemy Hyacinte. Tenor. 639. Born 24 December 1878, Moissac (Tarn-et-Garonne).

Sociétaire: 11 June 1913

Retired 10 May 1939 (m. h.) [register: "1938"]

Serv. mil: 9e régt. l'infanterie
 

Manéra. Violin. 129.

Sociétaire: 14 February 1832

Congé 1835-36

Dismissed 14 September 1836 (absence)

 

Manéra, Antoine. Tenor. 221.

Sociétaire: 22 December 1846

Resigned 30 January 1849

 

Mangeant, (Jean) Sylvain or Silvain. Violin. 299. Born 4 August 1827, Lectoure (Gers). Died 18 August 1889.

Asp. en cas 1845; asp. act. 3 January 1846

Sociétaire: 1 December 1857

Resigned 20 November 1863 (left Paris)

1r prix, solfège, 1840. Chef d'orch, Th. Historique de la Gaité, du Palais Royal, du Th.-Français à St.-Petersbourg. Composer of vaudevilles, cantatas, etc.
 

Manouvrier, Albert (Louis). Flute. 664. Born 9 October 1896, Lourches (Nord).

Sociétaire: 8 June 1920

Comm. pub. 1934-36

Flute II solo

Retired 26 May 1957 (m. h.)

Légion d'Honneur, c. 1955.
 

Manson, Eugène (François Frédéric). Bass ch. 599. Born 7 September 1871, Paris.

Sociétaire: 5 June 1906

Retired 11 June 1931 (age, m. h.)

 

Mante, Mantes, Louis Amedée. doublebass. 319. Born 4 May 1826, Paris.

Asp. 9 April 1850

Sociétaire: 22 November 1859

Resigned 3 June 1873

2d prix, doublebass, 1847; 1r prix 1849. Orch. Opéra 1848-94.
 

Manzone, Jacques (Francis). Violin. 852. Born 4 June 1944, Cannes

Asp. act. 26 June 1962

Sociétaire: 17 March 1966

Orchestre de Paris 1967; resigned 27 September 1977.

 

Marchésini, (Gaston) Michel. Cello. 820.

3e solo, replacing Baronnet, 16 May 1957

Sociétaire: 9 February (AG 30 May) 1959

Congé 1962-63

Reappointed 9 April 1965 (reg. 8 Avril)

Resigned 1966

1r prix 1952.
 

Marchisio, Georges (Henry Victor). Bass ch. 629. Born 15 March 1886, Paris.

Sociétaire: 30 May 1911

 

Maréchal, Maurice. Cello solo. 674. Born 3 October 1892, Dijon. Died April 1964.

Asp. act. 8 June 1920 (as cello solo)

Sociétaire: 14 June 1921

Congé, involuntary, from 8 January 1924 to end of season (asking too many leaves, and skipped the concert of 6 January without authorization); as a result:

Resigned end of season 1923-24 [1925] (register says 1924)

 

Margaillon, Bass ch. 324. Born 4 June 1829.

Sociétaire: 18 December 1860

Retired 11 June 1889 (m. h.)

 

Mari, Baptiste. Tuba. 805. Born 20 January 1912, Palestro (Algeria).

Asp. 22 May 1951, replacing Pavoni

Sociétaire: 31 March 1953, replacing Pavoni

Resigned May 1962 to head com. of Lamoureux Orchestra

 

Marin, Charles. Tenor. 310.

Sociétaire: 8 December 1857

Dismissed fall 1863 for having lost his voice; appealed 15 November, audition slated for 21 November; withdrew his appeal

Congé 1863-64 17 November 1863

 

Maris, Alfred. Bass ch. 479. Born 4 May 1849.

Sociétaire: 12 October 1886

 

Marthe, (François) Raymond (Raimond). Cello. 461. Born 15 March 1858, Tarbes (Hautes Pyrénées). Died c. October 1922.

Sociétaire: 8 May 1883

Resigned 15 October 1889

2d prix, cello, 1877; 1r prix 1878. Orch. Opéra (1878-88). Acad. 1897.
 

Martin, Nicolas. Bass ch. 166.

Sociétaire: 26 April 1838, replacing Lecoq

Resigned 12 May 1845

 

Martin, (Louis Alfred). doublebass. 508. Born 24 August 1846, Paris. Died 1920.

Sociétaire: 1 July 1890

Sursis 1908-09

Retired 8 June 1909

2d prix, doublebass, 1868; 1r prix 1870. Orch. Th.-Ital. Orch. Opéra (1891). Egl. Saint-Roch.
 

Marty, Baptiste Pierre. Tenor. 389. Born 4 January 1822. Died 25 February 1905.

Sociétaire: 30 September 1871

1r sursis 30 May 1882

2e sursis 29 May 1883

Retired 10 June 1884 (3e sursis refused; m. h.)

 

Marty, Georges-Eugène (Eugène Georges). Conductor. 579 (erroneously, 577 in some records). Born 16 May 1860, Paris. Died 11 October 1908, Paris.

Sociétaire: 12 June 1901

Vice-president, 28 June 1901

1r médaille, solfège, 1875. 1r prix, harmony, 1878. 2d Prix de Rome 1881; 1r Prix de Rome 1882. Opéra (chef de chant). Op.-Com. (chef d'orchestre, 1900-02). Prof. au Conservatoire (classe d'ensemble vocal, then harmony). Acad. 1894. Instruc. 1898. Legion d'Honneur 1900. Composer of orchestral works, operas, choruses, etc.; transcriptions of early music (Couperin, Rameau: Platée ballet excerpts).
 

Marx, Elias Isaac, called Isidore Marx aîné or1r. Cello. 242. Born 14 December 1814. Died 1908, age 94.

Asp. late February 1842

Sociétaire: 27 October 1848

1r sursis 5 October 1875

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

 

Marx, Abraham Isaac, called Marx jeune or 2e. Cello. 317. Born 5 June 1821. Died June 1877.

Asp. 27 January 1848

Sociétaire: 22 November 1859

 

Marzoli, Marzolli, (Ange Gaëtan) Philippe. Bassoon. 295. Born 1817. Died 21 September 1865.

Sociétaire: 23 November 1857

 

Mas, (Joseph Louis) Marie. Viola solo. 344. Born 4 November 1820, Castelnaudary. Died 13 October 1896, Paris.

Sociétaire: 5 December 1863

1r sursis 7 June 1881

2e sursis 30 May 1882

3e sursis 29 May 1883

4e sursis 10 June 1884

5e sursis 9 June 1885

6e sursis 8 June 1886

Retired 7 June 1887 (new sursis refused; m. h.)

2d prix, viola, 1840. Orch. Th.-Ital. Acad. 1885.
 

Masset, (Nicolas) Jean Jacques. Violin, tenor. 139. Born 1811 in Liège.

Sociétaire: 31 January 1833

Became a tenor 14 October 1839, replacing Moreau (d. 1839); replaced as violinist by Deldevez

Congé 1840 (27 November 1839), because manager of Op.-Com. would not excuse him during the period he needed to be learning parts.

Retired 30 November 1840 (conflict unresolved; m. h.)

2d prix, violin , 1828 (student of Habeneck). Orch. Th. Variétés (1r violon), Orch. Th.-Ital., Orch. Opéra (viola, 1833-35). Chef d'orch., Th. Variétés.  Changed career, 1839, to tenor, Op.-Com. Traveled to Italy to study, debut La Scala, 1845-46 in Mercadante's Il Bravo; then Parma, Bologna. Opéra Paris, 1848; then Madrid. Retired from stage, 1852. Dir. mus. Maison impériale de la Légion d'Honneur, St. Denis; prof. Conservatoire (voice, 1853-87). Comp. of methods for voice, works for violin, and solo flute works for Dorus.
 

Massol, Jean Étienne Auguste, called Eugène. Tenor, baritone. 059. Born 23 August 1802, Lodève. Died 30 October 1887, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Dismissed 8 November 1839 (absence)

Reinstated as soc. solo, 23 December 1840

Opéra 1825-45, 1850-58. Début as Licinius in Spontini's La Vestale (1825); created Fieramosca in Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini, Severus in Donizetti's Les Martyrs (1840), Reuben in Auber's L'Enfant prodigue (1850), Ahasuerus in Halévy's Le Juif errant (1852). Dir. Th. de la Monnaie, Brussels, 1848-49. Covent Garden 1848-50.
 

Masson, (Jean) Ernest. Bass ch. 409. Born 16 December 1844. Died 1905 or 1906

Sociétaire: 21 October 1873

Resigned 9 October 1888 (m. h.)

Prof. au Conservatoire (chant)
 

Masson, Pierre. Cello. 833. Born 14 September 1933, Paris XIV

Appointed, replacing Ladoux, 10 March 1961

Sociétaire: 18 April 1963

Orchestre de Paris 1967

1r prix, cello, 1957.
 

Mathieu, Louis Nicolas Gabriel. doublebass. 060.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Comm. mat. 1835, 1838

1r sursis: 26 November 1847

Retired 1 July 1851 (m. h.)

 

Maugras, Gaston. Oboe. 822. Born 29 October 1934, Denain (Nord).

Appointed 11 May 1958 after resigning from Concerts Colonne.

Sociétaire: 9 February 1959

Resigned 1966

2d prix, oboe, 1949. 1r prix 1950.
 

Maurin, Jean Pierre. Violin. 235. Born 14 February 1822, Avignon. Died 16 March 1894, Paris.

Asp. December 1841

Sociétaire: 18 January 1848

Resigned 5 February 1867

2d prix, violin, 1842; 1r prix 1843 (student of Baillot and Habeneck). Orch. Op.-Com. Prof. au Conservatoire, 1875-94; teacher of Lucien Capet. Acad. 1877. Légion d'Honneur 1885. Instruc. 1894. Co-founder of the Société Maurin-Chevillard [see also Chevillard], a chamber music society that specialized in the late Beethoven quartets.
 

Maussant, Norbert Scévola. Viola. 098.

Sociétaire: 11 April 1828

Retired 15 November 1859 (m. h.)

300 francs secours for 1867-68, 14 May 1867

 

Mayet, [Mayer, Pierre?]. Violin. 655. [No other information in registers.]

Asp. 1913-14

Sociétaire: 7 June 1919

Resigned 1 October 1919

Solo, Orch. Op.-Com. This is probably Pierre Mayer, who after World War I is to be found in the Straram Concerts and after the war in the Orchestre de la Suisse-Romande and, from 1925, the Boston SO. There is a Pierre Mayer Award for an outstanding violinist at Tanglewood.
 

Méchelaëre, Jules (Hippolyte). Bass ch. 339. Born 3 May 1837.

Sociétaire: 24 November 1863

Resigned July 1871

 

Meifred, Joseph ([Jean-Pierre] Émile). Horn. 061. Born 13 November 1791, Colmar. Died 28 August 1867, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Secretary, 1829-31, 1834-, 1836, 1840, 1851-53

Memb. adj. 1833, 1839

Retired 9 November 1853 (m. h.)

École d'Arts et Métiers de Châlons; secretariat of the Empress Josephine. 1r prix 1818 (student of Duprat). Orch. Th.-Ital., 1819. Orch. Opéra 1822-50. Helped organize the Gymnase musical militaire. Critic for La Mélomanie and La Critique musicale. Prof. au Conservatoire (cor à pistons), 1833-64. Chef de mus., Garde Nat., 1852. Legion d'Honneur 1848. Author of De l'Étendue, de l'emploi et des ressources du cor (Paris, 1829); Méthode pour le cor chromatique ou à pistons (Paris 1840, rev. edn. 1849; dedicated to Habeneck); poetry (catalogued by Bourquelot), and memoirs. See Bibliography.
 

Menardi, Louis. Trumpet. 793. Born 4 May 1915, La Seyne-sur-Mer.

Sociétaire: 6 October 1950

23 memb. adj. 1958

1r Memb. adj. 1966

Retired at dissolution, 1967

1r prix, 1942.
 

Mendels, Émile. Violin. 634. Born 25 December 1889, Paris. Died 1917.

Appointed 4 June 1912

Sociétaire: 11 June 1913

Son of Maurice Mendels et Rosalie Levy. Orch. Opéra.
 

Méneray, Mlle Ernestine. (=Mme E. Masson?) 314. Soprano II adj. Born 7 November 1833, Paris.

Sociétaire: adj. 9 March 1858

Congé 1860 27 December 1859

Mme E. Masson retired 6 January 1885.

Chœur Opéra.
 

Ménétrier, Mlle. Soprano. 062.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 1829

 

Mengal, Jean-Baptiste. Horn. 063. Born 21 February 1792, Ghent; Died 19 December 1878, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

To horn II, 20 November 1845

To horn I, 26 October 1847

Retired 23 November 1853 (m. h.)

2d prix, horn, 1811, 1813; 1r prix 1814. Orch. Opéra (solo). Brother of Martin Joseph M., equally successful hornist (also conductor and composer) trained at the Conservatoire, later director of the Ghent Conservatory (1835).
 

Menjaud, Henry (Henri) Camille. Tenor. 521. Born 1 March 1864, Paris.

Sociétaire: 15 November 1892

Resigned 6 June 1900

 

Mercadier, André Adolphe. Cello. 134. Born 12 August 1807, Neufchâtel (Seine-Inf.). Died February 1867, Paris.

Sociétaire: 25 January 1833

1r prix, cello, 1822. Orch. Op-Com. (solo).
 

Mercier, Mercier-Lavasseur, Mlle Alexandreine Marie (Mme Jourdan). Soprano. 237. Born 22 July 1828, Paris.

Sociétaire: adj. 7 December 1847

Resigned 29 December 1857

 

Merckel, Henri (Jean Paul Marie). Violin I solo. 720. Born 22 December 1897, Paris. Died 10 December 1969, Boulogne-Billancourt [Quonten on CD: 1 December 1969, St.-Cloud].

Appointed violin I solo 18 May 1929 (concours)

Sociétaire: 11 June 1931

Congé 1934-35

Resigned June 1935

1r prix, violin, 1914 (class of Guillaume Rémy). Serv. mil.: none; assigned to the reserves after demobliziation of his class. Orch. Straram. Orch. Opéra (1924-60; 1r solo 1930). Prof. Cons. 1959-68. Prix Candide 1933 for rec. of Lalo: Symph. espagnole (Coppola, cond.). Rec. Delannoy: Serenade concertante (vn., orch.) with SdC., Munch cond. (1941). An amateur painter by avocation.


Mesme, Elphège. Chant. 492. Born 19 April 1837, Le Chenoy.

Sociétaire adj. 17 November 1885, advanced to full membership 25 October 1887

Retired 7 June 1898 (m. h.)

 

Messager, André (Charles Prosper). Conductor. 611. Born 30 December 1853, Montluçon. Died 24 February 1929, Paris.

Sociétaire: 26 October 1908

Vice President, 1908

Retired 13 May 1919 (m. h.)

Honorary Vice President 13 May 1919 (ratified 3 June 1919)

Organist (2nd to Widor), St. Sulpice, 1874 (succ. Fauré); organist St. Paul & St. Louis, 1881; maître de chapelle, Ste. Marie des Batignolles, 1882-84. Successful free-lance composer and conductor during the 1880s and 1890s. Chef, Op.-Com. (1898-1903). Mgr., Covent Garden (1901-07). Gen. dir. Opéra (1907-14). Chef, Concerts Lamoureux (1905). Chef, Op.-Com. (1919-20). Celebrated composer of operettas and ballets. Pres., Soc. des Auteurs, 1923. Inst., 1926. Command. Légion d'Honneur, 1927.

 

Meyer, Mme, see Picard, Mlle
 

Michaux, René (Georges). Viola. 615. Born 23 December 1881, Versailles. Died 1939.

Asp. cas 13 October 1903

Sociétaire: 15 June 1909

Retired c.1936 (given "congé illimité" 5 October 1936 for deafness: "in a state of notorious incapacity")

2d prix, viola, 1900. Orch. Opéra.
 

Michiels, Marie François. Violin. 187. Born 16 January 1818.

Sociétaire: 8 November 1842

1r sursis 21 May 1878

2e sursis 20 May 1879

Retired 25 May 1880 (m. h.)

2d prix, violin, 1837; 1r prix 1838. Orch. Th.-Ital.
 

Michu, doublebass. 064. Died 1839.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Comm. pers. 1836

 

Migard, (Alfred) Marcel (André). Viola solo. 613. Born 9 November 1878, Paris. Died c. May 1924.

Sociétaire: 15 June 1909

Memb. adj. 1914-19

Agt. compt. 1919-20

Retired 8 June 1920, confirming oral statement of 28 May 1920 (m. h.)

3e médaille, solfège, 1894; 2e méd. 1895; 1re méd. 1898. 1r prix, viola, 1898. Orch. Op.-Com. (solo). Concerts Lamoureux. Though listed in the souvenir program for the U.S. tour of 1918-19, he did not go, having been called for military service.
 

Millault, Millaut, Millaux, Laurent François Édouard. Violin. 128. Born 13 February 1808; Paris. Died 13 April 1887, Paris.

Sociétaire: 6 February 1832

1r sursis 13 October 1868

Retired 12 October 1869 (sursis refused; m. h.)

1r prix, solfège, 1818. 2d prix, violin, 1825; 1r prix 1828. 1r prix, harmony & accomp., 1821. 1r prix, counterpoint & fugue, 1828. 2d Prix de Rome, 1830. Orch. Opera (1829; 3e chef, 1859-63). Prof. au Conservatoire, solfège and counterpoint. Légion d'Honneur. Composer of orchestral music, chamber music, sacred works.
 

Millaux, Millault, Charles François. Viola. 367. Born 26 April 1826. Died March 1882.

Asp. act. 1864-65

Sociétaire: 7 May 1867

 

Mille, Baptistin Marius. Tenor, Batterie, Insts. à clavier. 585. Born 9 May 1875, Hyères.

Sociétaire: 14 June 1904 (registre correction to: 4 October 1904, in pencil)

Batterie 12 June 1923

Retired 30 May 1935 (m. h.)

 

Millot, Charles Édouard. Tenor. 572. Born 3 May 1871, Paris. Died November 1914.

Sociétaire: 15 June 1900

Register: "A fourni son livret militaire. Certificat d'élève du Conservatoire, classe de violoncelle."
 

Mimart, Prosper (Charles Joseph). Clarinet. 549. Born 8 August 1859, Paris. Died early January 1929.

Sociétaire: 20 October 1896

Memb. adj. 1898-99, 1901-03, 1910-11

Agt. compt. 1901-03, 1907-09

Secretary 1911

Retired May 1914 (m. h.)

2d prix, clarinet, 1875; 1r prix, 1878. Orch. des Folies-Dram. Concerts Pasdeloup, Lamoureux. Orch. Op.-Com. (solo). Acad. 1889. Prof. au Conservatoire.
 

Minoret, Mlle. Soprano. 065.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 1834

 

Mittelet, Louis Auguste. Tenor. 554. Born 19 May 1846, Paris.

Sociétaire: 20 October 1896

 

Mocker, Eugène Ernest. Basse ch., Tenor, Timpani. 117, 181bis

Sociétaire: 4 January 1830

Resigned 25 January 1833 (left Paris)

Reappointed as Tenor, 20 November 1839

Resigned 31 January 1843 (illness, conflicts with Op.-Com.)

Op.-Com.
 

Mohr, (Jean Baptiste) Victor. Horn. 285. Born 24 February 1823, Paris. Died 14 April 1891, Paris.

Sociétaire: 20 November 1854

Dismissed 1862 (absence)

1r prix, horn, 1847. Dir. Grande Soc. d'Harmonie, 1845. Orch. Opéra (1853-83). Concerts Pasdeloup. Prof. au Conservatoire. Acad. 1881. His obituary appears in Le Ménestrel of 19 April 1891, p. 127.
 

Mondain, Georges (Adrien). Cello. 741. Born 11 January 1910, Paris.

Asp. act. June 1934

Sociétaire: 4 June 1937

1r prix, cello, 1929.
 

Montaubry, (Jean Baptiste) Édouard. Viola. 290.

Asp. February 1844

Sociétaire: 21 October 1856, replacing Guillon, deceased.

 

Montauriol, Jean Baptiste. Tenor. 261. Died early February 1868.

Sociétaire: 9 December 1850

 

Montsimon, see Goyon


Moreau. Tenor. 066. Died 1839.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Biliothécaire, 1830

Accompanied choral répétitions d'essai in 1838

Replaced by Masset at his death

 

Mori, Mlle, Mme Mori-Gosselin. Solo. 067.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

 

Morin, Alphonse. Horn. 694. Born 29 October 1895 [register], Lorient (Morblan).

Sociétaire externe, 3e Horn, 31 May 1924

Sociétaire: 2 June 1925

Memb. adj. 1930-31, 1935-36

Comm. mat, 1931-33, 1943-45

Comm. publicité, 1936-38

Retired c. 1953

 

Moulinié, Georges (Henri). Bassoon, contrabassoon. 727. Born 4 March 1902, Valence.

Sociétaire: June 1933

[Congé 1940-43; repurchased CdP for those years]

Resigned 7 May 1962 to remain with Orch. RTF

1r prix, bassoon, 1925. Serv. mil. 1921 (3 years).
 

Mouret, Joseph, called Mouret père. Bass ch. 278. Born 19 March 1819.

Sociétaire: 5 January 1853

Retired 18 November 1879, declining sursis of 20 May 1879 (m. h.)

 

Mouret, Alphonse Joseph, called Mouret fils. Bass ch. 430. Born 17 January 1849, Paris.

Asp. act. 12 October 1875

Sociétaire: 9 October 1877

 

Moyse, Marcel (Joseph). Flute solo. 662. Born 17 May 1889, St. Amour (Jura). Died 1 November 1984, Brattleboro, Vt.

Asp. act. 24 June 1919

Sociétaire: 8 June 1920

Memb. adj. 1923-25

Secretary 1936 (resigned 1937)

Congé 1937-38

Resigned 19 October 1938

1r prix, flute, 1906 (student of Taffanel, Hennebains, Gaubert). Concerts Pasdeloup (solo; 1918). Orch. Op.-Com. (solo; 1913-38). Concerts Straram (1922-32). Prof. au Conservatoire (1931-49, succ. Gaubert). Légion d'Honneur 1935. Founder, Trio Moyse (1933). Légion d'Honneur 1934. Co-founder, Marlboro School and Music Festival. Composer of études and other works for flute; author of manuals for flute. See Ann McCutchan, Marcel Moyse:Voice of the Flute (Portland, Orgeon: Amadeux Press, 1994).
 

Munch, Münch, Charles. Conductor. 754. Born 26 September 1891, Strasbourg. Died 6 November 1968, Richmond, Virginia.

Sociétaire: 27 May 1938

Vice President 1938

Resigned 1946

Founding conductor, Orchestre de Paris, October 1967

French citizen 1919. Prof. Leipzig Cons., Concertmaster Gewandhaus Orchestra. Paris cond. debut 1932, Straram Orchestra. Chef, Orch. Soc. Philharmonique (1935-38). Prof. École Normale de Musique (1936). Légion d'Honneur 1945. Mus. dir. Boston SO, 1949-62. Pioneered in recording the French repertoire; author of Je suis chef d'orchestre (1954, Eng. transl. 1955).
 

Muratet, Antony (Alexandre). Violin. 415. Born (8 or) 10 [register] March 1845, Montmartre. Died 8 July 1887, Pougues-les-Eaux.

Asp. actif 21 October 1873

Sociétaire: 5 October 1875

Died