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Jules Granier (1770–1821) was a French composer, born in Paris, France. He wrote the Easter song "Hosanna" recorded by the Italian tenor Enrico Caruso. The song Hosanna describes a prayer to God, and is a hymn of praise.
- Sheet music for "Hosanna!", G. Schirmer, 1891.
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