Rabatel, Henri (Marius Louis). Cello. 644. Born 24 August 1876, Marseille. Died 29 March 1945.

Asp. 1913-14

Sociétaire: 23 June 1914

Resigned 15 June 1920 (to protest naming of Maréchal as cello solo without audition); resignation refused by the com. on grounds of lateness; congé granted for 1920-21 with resignation accepted as of 27 May 1921

 

Orch. Opéra
Rabaud, Henri (Benjamin). President; Director, Conservatoire. 1f. Born 10 November 1873, Paris. Died 11 September 1949, Paris.

Sociétaire: 1922

Retired 1941

 

Son of Hippolyte Rabaud, no. 377; grandson of Louis Dorus (flute), no. 175. Grand Prix de Rome, 1894 (student of Massenet). Cond. Opéra and Op.-Com. 1908. Director, Opéra, 1914-18. Director, Conservatoire, 1922-41. Composer of operas, symphonies, and the symphonic poem La Procession nocturne, op. 6, a favorite (as was its composer) of the Société des Concerts.
Rabaud, Hippolyte (François). Cello. 377. Born 29 January 1839, Salelles d'Aude. Died 20 April 1900, Paris.

Asp. cas 1864-65

Sociétaire: 17 November 1868

2nd stand, 14 October 1884

Cello solo (principal) 15 June 1886 (unanimous vote of committee)

Arch.-Caiss. 1874-80, 1881-88, and 1893-98

Treas., Caisse,

Retired 31 May 1898 (m. h.)

 

2d prix, cello, 1860; 1r prix 1861. Orch. Opéra 1859-89 (solo 1866). Quatuor Taudou (1873). Prof au Conservatoire. Acad. 1882. Instruc. 1894. Composer of études and a Méthode for cello. Father of Henri Rabaud, composer and director of the Conservatoire.
Ratazzi, Bruno. Viola. 842. Born. 2 May 1922, Ziano (Italy).

Appointed 1961-62

Sociétaire: 2 March 1964

Comm. des comptes, January 1965

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 31 May 1987

 

2d prix, viola. Garde Rep.
Recassens, Recasens, Manuel Amédée. Cello. 1956.1. Born 29 April 1919; register has 1 May 1919, Barcelona (Spain)

Asp. 12 April 1953 (concours, 3e cello solo)

Sociétaire: 24 April 1956

Secretary-General adj.l 1961-62

Secretary-General 1964-66 (register has 1963-65)

 

1r prix. Cellist in the second (post WWII) Calvet Quartet.
Reine, Fernand (Louis Philippe). Horn. 550. Born 30 May 1858, Valenciennes (Nord).

Named externe 10 June 1884; could not accept because not excused by Orch. Lamoureux

Sociétaire: 20 October 1896

Externe 1903

Replaced Vuillermoz as horn solo, 1906

Sociétaire adj. June 1908

Retired 1909 (m. h.)

 

2d prix, horn, 1876; 1r prix 1877. Orch. Opéra (solo). Concerts Pasdeloup, Lamoureux. Prof. au Conservatoire. Acad. 1888. Inst. 1900.
Rémy, Jacques. Percussion, timpani. 848. Born 25 October 1931, St.-Cloud.

Sociétaire: 17 March 1966

Orchestre de Paris 1967

 

1r prix, percussion, 1950. RTLN.
Renard, Louis André. doublebass. 208. Born 5 January 1817, St. Germain-en-Laye. Died December 1878, Paris.

Asp. 20 October 1839

Sociétaire: 17 November 1844 [register says 13 January 1845; date from Com.]

Retired 22 May 1877 (age, m. h.)

 

2d prix, doublebass, 1836. Orch. Opéra 1839-45. Orch. Th.-Ital. Maître de chant aux Invalides.
Renaux, Renaud, Paul. Violin. 600. Born 10 May 1875, Valenciennes. Died 1907 or 1908.

Sociétaire: 5 June 1906

Died, see above

Mme vve Renaud, in "profound distress," sent 200 francs secours and 200 francs from Caisse de Prévoyance

 

2d prix, violin, 1899. Concerts Lamoureux. Orch. Op.-Com.
Reumont, René. Horn. 738. Born 27 March 1902, Tourcoing (Nord).

Appointed 1r Horn solo 30 May 1935

Sociétaire: 18 May 1936

Resigned 23 March 1938

 

1r prix, horn, 1923.
Révial, Louis (Marie Paulin) Benoist Alphonse. Tenor. 150, 218. Born 29 May 1810, Toulouse. Died 13 October 1871, Étretat.

Sociétaire: 2 February 1835, replacing Génot

Dismissed 14 September 1836 (absence; after apologizing, allowed to remain as aspirant)

Reappointed 20 [register: 30] January 1837, replacing Serda

[Resigned again]

Reappointed 3 November 1846 as 218

 

2d prix, vocalisation, 1831; 1r prix 1832. 2d prix, chant, 1831. Op.-Com. 1833. In Italy 1838-42; thereafter Holland, Belgium, London. Prof. au Conservatoire. Légion d'Honneur 1860. Composer of vocal works.
Ribes, Jacques Augustin. Bass ch. 263. Born 15 October 1824, Limoux (Audes).

Sociétaire: 9 December 1850

Resigned 28 October 1856

 

Richir, Eugène Joseph. Trombone. 429. Born 24 March 1832, Auzon.

Asp. cas, 17 October 1871

Sociétaire: 9 October 1877

 

Rickmans, see Ryckmans
Rieu, Albert Victor. Violin. 503. Born 10 January 1864, Paris.

Asp. en cas 14 June 1887

Sociétaire: 13 May 1890

Resigned 22 September 1896 (left Paris)

 

2d prix, violin, 1885; 1r prix 1886.
Riff, Léon (Marie Joseph). Cello. 474. Born 23 January 1859, Toulouse. Died October 1902.

Sociétaire: 17 November 1885

 

2d prix, cello, 1879. Orch. Opéra 1889. Acad. 1900.
Rigault. Tenor. 080.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 1833 (departure from Paris)

 

Rignault, (Jean Louis) Alexandre, called Rignault 1r or aîné. Violin. 197. Born 9 January 1808.

Sociétaire: 10 December 1843

Comm. pers. 1862-64

1r sursis 13 October 1868

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

 

Brother of Émile Rignault (155).
Rignault, (François) Émile, called Rignault jeune or 2e. Cello. 155. Born 14 June 1812, Paris. Died 15 March 1895, Paris.

Sociétaire: 6 December 1835, replacing Perrin, deceased

1r sursis 1 October 1872

Retired 14 October 1873 (age, m. h.)

 

2d prix, cello, 1832; 1r prix 1833 (student of Norblin). Solo in Delemare Cello Concerto, 21 April 1844. Brother of Alexandre Rignault (197).
Rivals, see de Rivals
Robert, Alexandre Michel. Tenor. 169.

Externe 28 December 1836

Sociétaire: 28 October 1838

Resigned 2 November 1847

 

Robin, Jean Auguste. Tenor. 144.

Sociétaire: 5 January 1834

Retired 16 November 1847 (m. h.)

 

Chorus of Opéra.
Roche, Marcel (Clément Noël). Clarinet, bass clarinet. 778. Born 7 December 1917, Marseille XIII.

Sociétaire: 19 May 1946

Treas., 1951-56

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired c. 31 July 1980.

 

2e prix, 1939. Th. Franc.
Rogé, Dominique Tajan-. Cello. 096.

Sociétaire: 22 March 1828

Secretary, 1831-33

Resigned 1833 (left Paris)

 

Roger. Flute. 081.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828.

Resigned (illness) 1833

 

Doubtless Antoine-Anne R., born 6 March 1801, Haute Saône. 1r prix, flute, 1818. Chapelle roy.
Rogues, Jacques. Bass ch. 518. Born 14 January 1852, Ondes (Haute Garonne). Died March 1931.

Sociétaire: 28 [register: 27] October 1890

Resigned 30 May 1911 (?m. h.)

 

Roll, Pierre Gaspard. doublebass. 110. Died 20 February 1848.

Sociétaire: 6 February 1829, replacing Gide

Congé 1842 (for two months, "très malade"; 22 December 1841), 1843 (27 December 1842)

1r sursis 1 December 1843

Resigned 17 November 1844 (m. h.) [register: 2 Feburary 1845]

 

Prix de Rome.
Rome, Jacques Jérôme. Trombone. 388. Born 9 October or 18 December [register] 1825, Poët (H.-Alpes).

Externe from c. 1857

Sociétaire: 30 September 1871

Resigned 4 July 1882 (m. h.)

 

1r prix 1846. Soliste Concerts Musard 1856. Musique de la Gendarmerie imp. 1859. Solos au Pré-Catelan. Orch. Opéra 1867-92.
Rose, (Crysogne, Chrysogne) Cyrille. Clarinet. 294. Born 13 February 1830, Lestrem (Pas de Calais).

Asp. 14 November 1855

Sociétaire: 23 November 1857

Soloist: Weber Clarinet Concerto, 1870

Resigned 7 June 1887 (m. h.)

 

2d prix, clarinet, 1846; 1r prix 1847. Orch. de la Gaîté, Cirque, 11e Légion Garde Nationale. Opéra 1857-91. Prof. au Conservatoire de Meaux (1900). Acad. 1881. Instruc. 1894. Légion d'Honneur 1900.
Rose, (Pierre) Félix. Bass ch. 538. Born 13 January 1857, Noiretable.

Sociétaire: 5 June 1894

Insp. Salle, 1897-98, 1899-1900, 1901-02

Memb. adj. 1900-01

Agt. compt. 1903-06

Treasurer, Caisse de Prévoyance, 1901-03, 1912-20 (resigned 26 October; convalescence from illness)

Retired 29 May 1920 (m. h.)

 

Roubié, Guillaume. doublebass. 460. Born 29 January 1840, Cette (Hérault).

Sociétaire: 10 October 1882

Retired 1 June 1901 (m. h.)

 

2d prix, doublebass, 1869; 1r prix 1872. Orch. de l'Eldorado, Th.-Ital. Opéra 1876. Chef du bureau de copie de l'Opéra. Acad. 1887. Instruc. 1898.
Rouhier, François (Sacrovir Angel). Tenor. 608. Born 24 March 1859, Angoulême.

Sociétaire: 23 June 1908

Dismissed by the Committee

 

Rousseau, Philippe, true surname Duchiron, called Rousseau. Tenor. 405. Born 22 October 1827.

Asp. actif 28 January 1873

Sociétaire: 13 May 1873

Retired 6 June 1889 (sursis refused; m. h.)

 

Rousseau, Samiel, see Samuel-Rousseau
Rousselot. Joseph François. Horn. 107. Born 6 February 1803, Nîmes. Died 4 September 1880, Argenteuil.

Sociétaire: 20 December 1828

Comm. mat. 1840

1r sursis 17 October 1865

2e sursis 16 October 1866

Retired 15 October 1867 (sursis declined; m. h.) [register: 1872]

 

2d prix, horn, 1822; 1r prix, 1823 (student of Dauprat). Opéra 1839-69. Chapelle imp. 1853. His 40 years of service recognized in euology at AG 18 May 1881.
Ryckmans, Rychmans, Reickmans, Rickmans, Adolphe. Bassoon. 079. Born 1795.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Resigned 1 March 1833 (departure from Paris; m. h.), replaced by Kocken