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Philidor, F. D. (François Danican), 1726-1795

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Personal name headingPhilidor, F. D. (François Danican), 1726-1795
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Variant(s)Philidor, François André Danican, known as, 1726-1795
Phillidor, A. D. (André Danican), 1726-1795
Philidor, Mr. (André Danican), 1726-1795
Danican, André, 1726-1795
Danican, François André, 1726-1795
Philidor, André Danican, 1726-1795
Philidor, A. D. (André Danican), 1726-1795
Danican Philidor, François-André, 1726-1795
Philidor, François-André Danican, 1726-1795
Filidor, Igor, 1726-1795
Danikan-Filidor, Fransua-Andre, 1726-1795
Filidor, Fransua-Andre Danikan-, 1726-1795
Philidor, 1726-1795
Birth date1726-09-07
Death date1795-08-31
Place of birthDreux (France)
Place of deathLondon (England)
Field of activityChess
Profession or occupationChess players Composers
Special noteRefs. provided by the ESTC/BL
Found inHis Le jeu des échecs.
His L'analyze des echecs, 1749: t.p. (A. D. Philidor)
New Grove: under Philidor (François-André Danican Philidor; b. Dreux, 9/7/1726; d. London, 8/31/1795; family name orig. Danican; from ca. 1659 all family members bore both surnames; composer; "best known to his contemporaries as a chess player")
Fasquelle (Philidor, François-André, 9/7/1726-8/31/1795)
Petrov, A. Shakhmatnai︠a︡ igra, privedennai︠a︡ v ... 1977: t.p. (Igor Filidora) pamphlet p. 7 (Fransua-Andre Danikana-Filidora)
A selection of games at chess, actually played by Philidor and his contemporaries, 1990?
Associated languageeng