Front National des Musiciens

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The Front national des musiciens was an organization of musicians in Nazi occupied France that was part of the French Resistance. Active from the Spring of 1941 through the Autumn of 1944, the group's most prominent members were composers Elsa Barraine and Louis Durey, and conductor Roger Désormière.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Making music in Occupied Paris" by Nigel Simeone, Musical Times, Spring 2006