Debrie, Marguerite Suzanne (fem) 9.jun.1879-19?? France, Paris - ?, ?
pianist, 24.nov.1890-1900 studied under Raoul Pugno and Auguste Chapuis at the Conservatoire Paris, 1891 2e medaille solfege, 1892 1e medaille solfege, 1894 2e medaille piano, 1896 1e medaille piano, 1897 2e accessit piano, 1898 1e accessit piano, 1898 2e prix harmony, 1900 premiere prix piano, 1901 a portret of her was painted by Achille Cesbron, 5.jun.1920 she gave a concert at 126 Boulevard Montparnasse with soprano Speranza Calo-Seailles (Constantinople 1885-1949 Paris) and violinist Yvonne Astruc, 15.nov.1924 played at Salle Pleyel, 1928 agent at 4 rue Barye for Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Schrifttanz ; daughter of sculptor Joseph Gustave Debrie (Paris 18.sep.1842-1932) and Zoe Adelphine Duval who married 25.jun.1876 in Paris

Title Parts


[] Grands soirs sont venus
pub Le Monde Musical, Paris

[] Soleil malade
pub Le Monde Musical, Paris

[] Soleils couchants. Voice and piano. 1906
words Paul Verlaine

[] Les heures claires. Voice and piano [] - Le ciel en nuit s'est deplie
[] - Automne
Jane Bernardel voice. Salle de la Schola Cantorum, Paris 17mar1906
[] Trois chansons de Maeterlinck. Voice and piano
Rose Feart, Marguerite Debrie. Salle Gaveau, Paris 4may1910

[] Douze petites pieces, 2e recueil. Piano
pub Editions Salabert, Paris 1912
[] 7 - Valse
[] 8 - Mazurka
[] 9 - Feuille d'album
[] 10 - Promenade
[] 11 - Complainte
[] 12 - Pavane
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