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Franck, César Auguste

(1822–90). B. Liège, Belgium; organist Ste. Clotilde, Paris, 1858; prof. organ Paris Conservatory 1872; pioneer of modern Fr. instrumental school. Works include oratorios (Ruth; Rédemption; Les Béatitudes; Rébecca); Symphony in D Minor; Masses.

N. Demuth, César Franck (London, 1949); H. Andriessen, César Franck (New York, 1947); V. d'Indy, César Franck, tr. R. H. Newmarch (New York, 1910); L. Vallas, César Franck, tr. H. Foss (London, 1951).

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