Saint Saëns, Charles Camille (b. 1835)

Saint Saëns, Charles Camille, a French musician, born in Paris; for 19 years organist of the Madeleine; composer of a number of operas (e. g. “Henri VIII.”) indifferently successful, and of much orchestral and chamber music of a masterly kind; is held to be one of the greatest of living pianists and organists; also noted for his musical critiques; (b. 1835).

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

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