Jeanne Herscher-Clément

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Jeanne Herscher-Clément (Vincennes, 1878 - Givry, 1941) was a French pianist and composer. In 1922 she provided the music for a staging of La Mort de Souper a farce by Roger Semichon originally published in 1913 after the 16th Century farce La Condamnation de Banquete by Nicole de La Chesnaye.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Song cycle Le bestiaire du paradis. "Le furet" ; "La truite" ; "Le coq et la poule" ; "L'araignée" ; "Le chat" ; "La reine des abeilles" ; "La huppe" ; "La chouette" ; "Le petit singe" ; "Les martins-pêcheurs" ; "La mouche" ; "Le psaume du merle".[2] Recording by Céline Ricci (soprano) and Daniel Lockert (piano) 2012.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cecilia Beach French Women Playwrights of the Twentieth Century: A Checklist - 1996 "HERSCHER-CLEMENT (Jeanne) (née CLEMENT). Vincennes, 1878 - Givry, 1941. Musician, composer. La Mort de souper (1 act). Co-authored by Roger SEMICHON. Paris, Théâtre Montmartre, 6-11-22."
  2. ^ http://data.bnf.fr/14800590/jeanne_herscher-clement/