Calixa-Lavallée Award

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The Calixa-Lavallée Award (French: Prix Calixa-Lavallée) is a music award created in 1959. It is granted by the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society of Montreal (SSJBM) to a Quebecer having distinguished him or herself in the field of music.[1][dead link] It was named after musician Calixa Lavallée, composer of the Canadian national anthem, "O Canada".



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