Grétry (17411813)

Grétry, a celebrated musical composer, born at Liège, composed 40 operas marked by feeling and expression, the “Deux Avares,” “Zemire et Azor,” and “Richard Coeur de Lion” among them; he bought Rousseau's hermitage at Montmorency, where he died (17411813).

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