Sabarich, Raymond (Antoine). Trumpet. 760. Born 23 July 1909, Toulouse. Died April 1966.

Named Trumpet IV 19 October 1937 (concours)

Named Trumpet I (solo) stagiaire 10 May 1939

Sociétaire: 7 January 1943 [register: "Dec. 1942"]

 

1r prix, trumpet, 1928. 1r solo Op.-Com. 1941. Prof. au Conservatoire 1947 [one source has 1949]
Saïller, Henri Eugène Joseph. Violin. 562. Born 11 May 1877, Gien.

Sociétaire: 14 June 1898

Congé from 6e concert, 1913-14

Resigned May 1914

 

2d prix, violin, 1893; 1r prix 1895. Orch. Opéra.
Saint-Laurent, Charles (Pierre). Violin. 082. Died 16 June 1849.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Arch.-Caiss. 1832-49 (resigned briefly 1837)

 

Orch. Opéra 1819.
Sainte-Foy, see Pubereaux
Samson, Rémi. Violin. 648.

Asp. act. 30 May 1911

Sociétaire: 30 June 1914

Resigned October 1918

 

Orch. Opéra.
Samuel-Rousseau, Alexandre (true name apparently Samiel or Samuel Alexandre Rousseau). Chorusmaster. 520. Born 11 June 1853, Neuve Maison (Aisne). Died 1 October 1904, Paris.

Sociétaire: 3 June 1892, replacing Heyberger

Resigned 15 June 1901 (because lost election for 1r chef to Marty, very narrowly)

 

2d prix, organ, 1876; 1r prix 1877 (student of Franck). 2d Prix de Rome, 1876; 1r prix 1878 (student of Bazin). Prix Cressent; Prix Ville de Paris 1891. Maître de chap. de Ste.-Clotilde. Critique musical de L'Éclair. Cond., Th.-Lyrique (1892). Prof. au Conservatoire (harmony). Acad. 1899. Instr. 1897. Légion d'Honneur 1900. Composer of operas, masses, choral works, etc. Father of the noted composer Marcel S.-R. (1882-1955).
Sangouard, Antoine Louis. Tenor. 256. Died 1861 or 1862.

Asp. 27 November 1845

Sociétaire: 20 November 1849

Died (see above)

 

Sangouard, Mme, Angélique Thérèse Justine, née Vauchelet. Soprano. 286. Born 16 or 17 [register] July 1823, Bordeaux.

Asp. 27 November 1845

Sociétaire: adj. 27 November 1854

Retired 29 October 1878 (m. h.)

 

1r prix, chant, 1842.
Sarraillé, Saraillé, Jean (Étienne). Chant. 647. Born 11 December 1879, Géronce (Basses Pyrénées).

Sociétaire: 30 June 1914

Insp. Salle 1921-40 and after his retirement

Retired July 1941 (m. h.) [register: "June 1941"]

Continued as Insp. Salle through 1954[!]; retired owing to illness of Mme Sarraillé.

 

Saulnier, André. Viola. 775. Born 2 October 1907, Paris XV.

Sociétaire: 19 May 1946

Orchestre de Paris 1967; retired 2 October 1972.

 

1r prix, 1931.
Sauzay, Sauzai, Sausay, (Charles) Eugène. Violin. 107bis. Born 14 July 1809, Paris. Died 24 January 1901.

Sociétaire: 20 December 1828

Memb. adj. 1851-52, 1864-65

Sursis 1872

1r sursis 12 October 1869

Retired 1 October 1872 (m. h.) [register: resigned 4 June 1872; m. h. October]

 

2d prix, violin, 1825; 1r prix, 1827 (student of Baillot). 2d prix, counterpoint & fugue, 1827. Violon solo de la mus. royale, 1840, et de la mus. imp., 1853. Prof. au Conservatoire, 1860-92 (succeeding Girard). Légion d'Honneur 1861. Acad. 1878. Instruc. 1889. Composer of instrumental and choral music, violin études; author of books on performance.
Savoye, Jean (Eugène Paul). Violin. 702. Born 9 [register] July 1902, Coulommiers (Seine et Marne).

Asp. act. 3 October 1924

Sociétaire: 29 June 1926

Agt. compt. 1934-37

Secretary interim, 1937

Secretary and Secretary-General, 1937-48

Prisoner of the Germans, 1938-40

Dismissed November 1948

 

Member of Quatuor [Louis] Carembat.
Schlotmann, Frédéric (Antoine). Horn (and Cornet à pistons). 351. Born 19 December 1822, Embrun (Hautes-Alpes). Died 30 December 1898.

Sociétaire: 25 October 1864

1r sursis 29 May 1883

Retired 10 June 1884 (2e sursis refused; m. h.)

 

1r prix, horn, 1846. Orch. Th.-Ital. Concerts Lamoureux, 1858. Mus. de l'Artillérie, Garde de Paris. Orch. Opéra (1870-92).
Schneider, (Jean) Gustave. Tenor. 270. Died 1864 or 1865.

Sociétaire: 23 December 1851.

 

Schneitzhoeffer, Jean Madeleine Marie. Timpani. 083. Born 13 or 15 October 1785, Toulouse. Died 4 October 1852, Paris.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Retired 16 April 1833 (m. h.)

 

2d prix, piano, 1803. Orch. Opéra (timpani, 1816-20). Chef de chant, Opéra, 1822. Prof. au Conservatoire (ens. vocale), 1827-51. Légion d'Honneur 1840. Composer of ballets, operas, instrumental music, etc.
Schvartz, Émile (Jean Baptiste). Viola solo, Chorusmaster. 513. Born 8 February 1858, Paris V. Died June 1928.

Asp en cas 27 October 1888; made to take competitive audition following new rule, 13 November 1888, retained nomination

Sociétaire: 2 June 1891

Memb. adj. 1894-95

Chorusmaster 28 June 1901, replacing Samuel-Rousseau

Resigned 15 May 1906 (m. h.)

 

1re médaille, solfège, 1875. 2d prix, harmonie, 1882. Prof. au Conservatoire (solfège). Composer of ballets; author of treatises on reading music. Gold medal, class 4, exposition de 1900. Acad. 1891. Instruc. 1897.
Seghers, François (Jean Baptiste). Violin. 099. Born 17 January 1801, Brussels. Died 2 February 1881, Margency nr. Paris.

Sociétaire: 25 April 1828

Dismissed 17 November 1844 (absence); reinstated 27 December 1844 after explanation.

Retired 25 January 1848 (m. h.)

 

Student of Baillot. Founded Soc. Ste. Cécile, Brussels.
Séguin, Jean. Tenor. 589. Born 9 June 1847.

As asp. actif he auditioned 15 November 1887 to be sociétaire, failed: ("must content himself with his present situation")

Sociétaire: adj. 11 June 1895 (misplaced in numerical order)

Retired 9 June 1909 (age)

 

Seigneur, Jean Charles (Juste). Viola. 716. Born 13 April 1898 [register], St.-Requier (Somme).

Asp. act. 29 June 1926, externe

Sociétaire: 5 June 1930

Congé 1935-36

1r sursis 11 May 1958

2e sursis 30 May 1959

3e sursis 28 May 1960

Retired 10 March 1961 (age, m. h.)

 

1r med. solfege 1914, 1r accessit alto, 1920. Serv. mil.: enlisted, 1917.
Seitz, Albert. Viola. 569. Born 24 June 1872, Besançon. Died c. November 1937.

Sociétaire: 15 June 1900

Secretary 1904-07, 1919-22, 1924-26

Sec. Caisse de Prévoyance 1919-27

Retired c. 1933

 

Orch. Opéra. Registre: "A fourni son livret militaire et un certificat d'auditeur au Conservatoire dans la classe de Mr Pessard."
Seligmann, Hippolyte Prosper. Cello. 190. Born 28 July 1817, Paris. Died 5 February 1882, Monte Carlo.

Asp. [?] 26 November 1838; congé 1842 (to pursue his career as a traveling virtuoso, 14 February 1842)

Sociétaire: 8 November 1842 (with the proviso that his congé be extended until the end of January; essentially never served; decision to appoint reached 23 December 1840, but witheld pending verification of his seniority)

Dismissed 27 April 1843 (absence; protested, decision upheld 27 November 1843)

 

2d prix, solfège, 1830; 1r prix 1831. 2d prix, cello, 1834; 1r prix, 1836 (student of Norblin). Student of Halévy in composition, 1836-38. Composer of études and works for cello, songs. Played a large Amati cello.
Serda, Jacques Émile. Bass ch. 159. Born 12 September 1804, Montpellier. Died 23 March 1863, Béziers.

Sociétaire: 5 October 1836

Resigned 30 January 1837 (illness)

 

1r prix, vocalisation, 1824. 2d prix, chant, 1824. Opéra (deb. 1827; then 1835- ).
Serret, André. Viola. 789. Born 24 November 1917, Agen.

Sociétaire: 15 June 1948

2d Viola solo 7 February 1949 (concours)

Congé 1962-63

Retired c. 1963

 

1r prix, 1944.
Serret, Louis. Violin. 658. Born 22 November 1887, Saint Sixte (Lot et Garonne). Died 17 November 1948.

Asp. 1913-14

Sociétaire: 8 June 1920

Comm. publicitié 1928-30

Mem. adj. 1933-34

Secretary 1934-36

Secretary adj. 1936-37

Congé 1938-39

Resigned 30 March 1939 (m. h. 10 May 1939)

[Reg. suggested "reprise in 1943, reappointed in 1947]

 

Séru, Maurice. Violin. 698. Born 18 March 1901, Lyon.

Sociétaire: 12 January 1926

Violin I 7 July 1931

Congé 1939-40, 1954-55 (illness)

Retired 14 April 1955 (illness; m.h.)

 

Seuriot, (Louis) Auguste. Viola. 084. Born 7 May 1801, Paris. Died 1880 or 1881.

Founding Sociétaire: 4 March 1828

Comm. mat. 1832-33

Memb. adj. 1834-35

Agt. compt. 1836, 1837

Arch.-Caiss. 1850-55

Retired 8 November 1859 (m. h.)

 

2d prix, harmony, 1819. 2d prix, counterpoint, 1821. He was Reicha's répétiteur at the Conservatoire, 1823-30. Op.-Com. (solo). Orch. Opéra (timpani, 1821- ; viola, 1829-54). Composer of violin duos.
Siguier, Alexandre. Bass ch. 565. Born 21 January 1858, Toulouse. Died 1907 or 1908

Sociétaire: 14 June 1898

Died, see above.

 

Simon, Antoine Jean. Trombone. 120. Born 21 March 1807, Paris. Died 4 November 1883.

Sociétaire: 4 January 1830 (externe).

Resigned 1834 (left Paris)

 

1r prix, trombone. Concerts Musard. Orch. Opéra (1840-68).
Simon, Pierre (Louis). Violin. 784. Born 12 March 1922, Carpentras.

Asp. 1945-46

Sociétaire: 19 June 1947

Comm. pers. 1964-65

Retired at dissolution, 1967

 

1r prix, 1943.
Soros, see de Sorös
Soubre, Mlle Anna. Soprano. 436.

Sociétaire: adj. 5 November 1878 (repl. Mme Sangouard)

Resigned 2 November 1880 (congé denied 26 October 1880)

 

Soyer, Adolphe (François). doublebass solo. 543. Born 27 September 1865, Paris. Died c. 28 November 1919.

Sociétaire: 13 November 1894

Congé 1919-20

 

2d prix, doublebass, 1883; 1r prix, 1884. Orch. Th. des Bouffes. Prof. à l'École de musique de Nancy (1890). Orch. Opéra 1891 (solo). Chef d'orch de bals. Acad. 1895. Instruc. 1900.
Soyer, Firmin François. Bass ch. 417. Born 17 November 1833 [register] [or 26 September 1832?]. Died [1898-99].

Asp. actif  4 November 1873

Sociétaire: 12 October 1875

Resigned 25 June 1889 (illness; m. h. 2 July 1889)

 

Confusion in the register comes possibly from a copying error, as Teste, 418's birthdate is also given as 17 November 1833.
Ste.-Foy, Ste.-Foix, see Pubereaux
Steck, Stech, Mme. Soprano I adj. 346.
Sociétaire: adj. 8 December 1863
Stolz, Mme Rosine (true name Victoire Noël). Soprano solo. 223. Born 13 February 1815, Paris. Died 28 July 1903, Paris.

Sociétaire: 16 January 1844

 

Opéra (1837-47, 1854-55). Her long and colorful career took place largely outside the Société des Concerts; she was elected to membership at the height of her influence, i.e. contemporaneous with her liaison with Léon Pillet, dir. of the Opéra.
Sujol, Amédée (Gustave). Tenor. 574 (erroneously, 584 in some records). Born 16 September 1858, Bordeaux.

Sociétaire: 7 May 1901

Retired 1919 (m. h. 8 June 1920)

 

Sureau-Bellet, true surname Sureau, (Michel) Alfred. Bass ch. 591. Born 16 August 1846, St. Jean d'Angély Char. Inf..).

Sociétaire: 6 June 1905

Retired 9 June 1909