Ovide Musin

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Ovide Musin
Born1854 (1854)
Nandrin, Belgium
Died1929 (1930) (aged 75)
New York
OccupationBelgian violinist, professor, and composer

Ovide Musin (1854–1929) was a Belgian violinist and composer.


Musin was born in Nandrin, Belgium in 1854. He started learning violin at the age of six.[1]

In 1891, he married Anne Louise Tanner.[1]

He died in New York in the year 1929.[1]


In 1884, he gave his first concert in America. He then went on a tour of the United States in which he got to perform at many cities.[1]

In 1898, he returned to Belgium, where he was appointed as a professor at the Brussels conservatory where he himself had studied.[1]


His autobiography, entitled My Memories, is an important source for his life and career.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Ovide Musin". sarahplumviolinist.com. Retrieved 2015-11-16.

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