Bourdon, Joseph Charles Rosario 6.mar.1885-24.apr.1961 Canada Quebec, Longueuil - USA NY, New York
cellist, conductor, 1893 studied cello with Jean Baptiste Dubois, 1897-1900 studied with Edouard Jacobs at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent Belgium, 1898 winning the premier prix cello, 1902-1903 cellist with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 1904-1908 with the Philadelphia Orchestra, 1908-1911 with the St Paul Symphony Orchestra Minnesota, 1911-1931 cellist and conductor for the Victor Company, 1916-1925 residing in Atlantic City NJ, 1922 naturalized American, 1923-1938 conductor for NBC radio ; son of cashier Joseph Horace Rosario Bourdon (Longueuil 1864-1923 France, Paris) and cellist Caroline Derome (Quebec 1860-1940 Montreal) ; brother of cellist/impresario Louis Honore Bourdon (Longueuil 13.sep.1890-8.jun.1974 Montreal) ; 1923 stepson of cellist Jean Baptiste Dubois (Ghent 19.jan.1870-4.jul.1938 Montreal) ; 1907 he married musician Esther E Fisher (Philadelphia jul.1880-)

Title Parts

Elegiac poem. Cello and orchestra
Alain Aubut, Orchestre Metropolitain / Gilles Auger

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