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Several composers named '''[[Giraud]]''' can be found in biographical dictionaries:
 
Several composers named '''[[Giraud]]''' can be found in biographical dictionaries:
*[[imslp:Category:Giraud, François-Joseph|François-Joseph]] Giraud (fl. 1752-88), cellist at the Paris Opera
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*[[imslp:Category:Giraud, François-Joseph|François-Joseph Giraud]] (fl. 1752-88), cellist at the Paris Opera
 
*[[imslp:Category:Giraud,_Frédéric|Frédéric Giraud]] (1827-?)
 
*[[imslp:Category:Giraud,_Frédéric|Frédéric Giraud]] (1827-?)
 
*It is uncertain whether the father & son tenors Lodovico (1846–82) and Fiorello Giraud (1868-1928) also composed music.
 
*It is uncertain whether the father & son tenors Lodovico (1846–82) and Fiorello Giraud (1868-1928) also composed music.

Revision as of 23:42, 31 May 2013

Several composers named Giraud can be found in biographical dictionaries:

  • François-Joseph Giraud (fl. 1752-88), cellist at the Paris Opera
  • Frédéric Giraud (1827-?)
  • It is uncertain whether the father & son tenors Lodovico (1846–82) and Fiorello Giraud (1868-1928) also composed music.
  • Marguerite Carré (née Marthe Giraud, 1880-1947) likewise was principally a singer.
  • Hubert Yves Adrian Giraud (born 1920), songwriter & film composer
  • Suzanne Giraud (b. 1958), director of Conservatoire de Paris 20ieme.