Wilfrid Beaudry

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Wilfrid Beaudry
Born 1891 (1891)
Quebec
Wilfred Beaudry - Nouhika - sheetmusic cover (1904)
Wilfred Beaudry - Clodia - sheetmusic cover (1908)

Wilfrid Edouard Beaudry (1891-19??) was a French-Canadian composer of two-steps and waltzes from the ragtime era.[1]

He was born and lived in Quebec.

His published works include[2][3]

  • 1904 - The Yankee in Quebec - two-step
  • 1904 - Violettes
  • 1904 - Nouhika - Indian intermezzo two-step
  • 1905 - Hakama, a Japanese Jingle
  • 1905 - Valse Des Amours
  • 1906 - Laval: Valse - dedicated to the students at Laval University and the University of Montreal.
  • 1908 - Clodia
  • 1909 - 1909 pas de deux
  • 1910 - Carnaval
  • 1927 - J'ai connu le secret du bonheur

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ragtime Music in Canada by Ted Tjaden (http://www.ragtimepiano.ca/rags/can1.htm)
  2. ^ works by Wilfrid Beaudry
  3. ^ Public-domain images of covers of sheet music by Wilfred Beaudry at Ragtime sheet music artwork