Andres, Charles Philippe 18??-jun.1954 France Alsace, ? - ?Strasbourg
cornetist, aged 14 decided to become a cabinetmaker, studied music with the organist Turner at eglise Sainte-Madeleine in Strasbourg, then learned to play the cornet and became cornet solist of a musical society in Paris, conductor of Musique 'Sirene', of the Katholische Arbeiterverein and of 'Konstantia' in Strasbourg, 13.jun.1929 in Strasbourg he received a medal of honor from the ministry of instruction publique et des beaux-arts, 1936 as composer member of Societe des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique (SACEM) Paris

[? identical with Andres, Charles (Blaesheim near Strasbourg 20.dec.1886-23.feb.1954 Strasbourg)
journalier ; son of journalier Philippe Daniel Andres (Blaesheim 1.may.1859-26.feb.1929 Blaesheim) and journaliere Sophie Madeleine Wolff (Blaesheim 18.aug.1833-) ; 2.aug.1921 in Blaesheim he married Sophie Schott (Alsace, Entzheim 20.may.1893-2.mar.1951 Strasbourg)]

Title Parts

[] (details unknown). nombreuses marches et polkas pour orchestre d'harmonie
[Rene Muller 1970]

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