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Poulenc, Francis, 1899-1963

LC control no.n 80015508
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LC classificationML410.P787 Biography
Personal name headingPoulenc, Francis, 1899-1963
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Variant(s)Poulenc, François, 1899-1963
Poulene, Francis, 1899-1963
Pulenk, F. (Fransis), 1899-1963
Pulenk, Fransis, 1899-1963
Pulenkas, F., 1899-1963
Poulenc, F., 1899-1963
Пуленк, Ф. (Франсис), 1899-1963
Пуленк, Франсис, 1899-1963
Associated countryFrance
Birth date1899-01-07
Death date1963-01-30
Place of birthParis (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityArt music
Composition (Music)
AffiliationGroupe des six (Group of composers)
Profession or occupationComposers
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated
Found inHis Les animaux modèles ... c1942.
His Aubade [SR] c1982: container (François Poulenc)
Bastin, J. Jules Bastin, Luc Devos [SR] p1982: label (Francis Poulene)
Satie, E. Parade [SR] p1986: label (Francis Poulenc) container (Fransis Pulenk)
Ąžuoliukas [SR] 1985?: label (F. Pulenkas)
Baker's biographical dictionary of twentieth-century classical musicians, c1997 (Poulenc, Francis; b. Jan. 7, 1899, Paris; d. Jan. 30, 1963, Paris; French composer)
Dialogues des Carmélites, 2010: cover (Poulenc) p. 5 (Francis Poulenc) back cover (F. Poulenc)
The 10 greatest gay composers, via Limelight magazine website, February 28, 2016, viewed on June 30, 2017 (In many ways a typical Frenchman, Poulenc was undoubtedly one of the first openly gay composers with a fair few identifiable lovers; in 1928 he proposed a marriage of convenience to Raymonde Linossier, but she made it quite clear that she had no intention of becoming his 'beard')
Wikipedia, January 23, 2019 (Francis Poulenc; Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc (7 January 1899 - 30 January 1963) was a French composer and pianist; became one of a group of young composers known collectively as Les Six; born in the 8th arrondissement of Paris; died at his flat in Paris opposite the Jardin du Luxembourg; his sexuality was predominantly homosexual)
Associated languagefre