Archambault, J[oseph] Dolphis 12.jul.1874-20.nov.1938 Canada Quebec, Montreal - Montreal
pianist, 1881 as scholar residing with his parents and 6 siblings in Montreal St James, 1891 residing with his parents and 4 siblings in Montreal St Louis, 1901 as professor residing with his widowed father and his sister Rosanna in Montreal Saint-Jacques, 1911 as professor of piano living with his brother Raoul in Montreal St Jacques, 1921 as teacher of music and pianist living with his married sister Eva in Montreal Ste Marie, 23.nov.1938 aged 64 years and 4 months buried at Cimetiere de l'Est de Montreal ; son of trader provisions/farmer Edouard Archambault (Montreal Repentigny 4.oct.1833-) and Josephine Lippe (Montreal L'Assomption bap.31.may.1833-1.may.1899 Montreal) who married 15.feb.1857 in L'Assomption ; siblings all born in Montreal: Rosanna (10.apr.1857-), Laura (1861-), Vital (1863-), Eugenie (1868-), Raoul (1876-), Eva (1878-) ; he never married

[Storm Bull 1964 gives erroneously born 1878]

Title Parts

[] Primavera. Fantaisie-impromptu
pub in Passe-temps. Vol.7 no.165 (20 juillet 1901)

[] Premiere grande valse. op18
dedication : Respectueusement dediee a Madame H. A. Pelletier
pub in Passe-temps. Vol.7 no. 178 (18 janvier 1902)

[] Partons. Marche brillante pour piano
pub in Passe-temps. Vol.9 no. 214 (6 juin 1903)
pub Edmond Archambault, Montreal 1904

[] Bianca. Valse
dedication : Hommage a Madame Blanche de la Sablonniere
pub in Passe-temps. Vol.28 no.714 (26 aout 1922)

[] Tristesse. Melodie
paroles Theophile Gautier
pub in Passe-temps. Vol.29 no.723 (6 janvier 1923)

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