Baronne Almaury de Maistre

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Baronne Almaury de Maistre née Henriette-Marie de Sainte-Marie (1809–1875) was a French composer. In 1831 she married Baron Charles-Augustin Almaury de Maistre.[1][2] She was the cousin of Joseph de Maistre by marriage and maintained a popular salon.[3] She composed etudes and an opera Roussalka which was presented in Brussels at the Theatre de la Moonaie in 1870.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ de Guérin, Maurice; de Guérin, Eugénie; Moreau, Pierre (1965). Maurice et Eugénie de Guérin. 
  2. ^ Barthès, Émile (1929). Eugénie de Guérin d'après des documents inédits. 
  3. ^ Lowrie Joyce O. (1974). The Violent Mistique. 
  4. ^ Revue et gazette musicale de Paris, Volume 37. 1870.