Georges Migot

Georges Migot (27 February 1891 - 5 January 1976) was a prolific French composer. Though primarily known as a composer, he was also a poet, often integrating his poetry into his compositions, and an accomplished painter. He won the 1921 Prix Blumenthal.

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Georges Migot - Works - Vocal Music
... texte d'Albert Samain 6 Tétraphones pour baryton, flûte, violon et violoncelle sur un texte de Migot (1945) 7 Petites Images du Japon pour voix et piano (1917 ...

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