Charles van Lerberghe

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Charles van Lerberghe

Charles van Lerberghe (21 October 1861 at Ghent, Belgium, died 26 October 1907 in Brussels) was a Flemish (Belgian) symbolist poet writing in French.

His poetry was set by Gabriel Fauré in the song cycles La chanson d'Ève and Le jardin clos.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Orledge (1979), p. 137

Sources[edit]

  • Orledge, Robert (1979). Gabriel Fauré. London: Eulenburg Books. ISBN 0-903873-40-0. 

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