Offenbach, Jacques (18101880)

Offenbach, Jacques, a musical composer, born at Cologne, of Jewish parents, creator of the opera bouffe; was the author of “La Belle Hélène,” “Orphée aux Enfers,” “La Grande Duchesse,” “Madame Favart,” &c. (18101880)

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Offa's Dyke * Offertory
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Offa's Dyke
Offenbach, Jacques
Offertory
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