Lionel Dauriac

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Lionel Dauriac (1847–1923) was a French philosopher and musicologist.

Dauriac was born in Brest, the son of an admiral.[1] He was professor of musical aesthetics at the Sorbonne between 1896 and 1903.[2] He died 26 May 1923.[3] An internationally-minded music critic, he wrote biographies of Gioachino Rossini, Richard Wagner and Giacomo Meyerbeer.

Works[edit]

  • Des notions de matière et de force dans les sciences de la nature, 1878.
  • Croyance et realité, 1889.
  • Rossini: biographie critique, 1902.
  • Essai sur l'esprit musical, 1904.
  • Meyerbeer, 1913.
  • Contingence et rationalisme; pages d'histoire et de doctrine, 1924.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Danielle Buschinger et al, Richard Wagner: Points de départ et aboutissements Anfangs- und Endpunkte, 2002
  2. ^ Manuel Couvreur in John Hajdu Heyer, ed., Lully studies, Cambridge University Press, 2000, p.275
  3. ^ Revue de métaphysique et de morale, Volume 30 (1923), p.653