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Louis François Philippe Drouet (14 April 1792? — 30 September 1873)
＝ Alternative Names/Transliterations: Louis Drouet, Philip Drouet, L. Drouet
＝ Name in Other Languages: Louis Drouet, Луи Друэ, ルイ・ドルエ
＝ Aliases: Друэ Луи
＝ Authorities - WorldCat, Wikipedia, VIAF: 56876550, LCCN: n83047079, ISNI: 0000 0000 8136 2644, GND: 102424853, SUDOC: 171137558, BNF: 14818473j, NKC: mzk2009535167, BNE: XX1739450
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- Born Amsterdam, died Bern. Spent much time in France but also teacher of King Louis of Holland from 1807–1810 and in 1836 (ending 1854) assistant Kapellmeister in Coburg (in what was not yet Germany); visited America for a few months in 1854. (The Library of Congress has scanned about 50 items- well, 50 scans- of works, mostly arrangements, by "L. Drouet", published by William Hall & Son, C. Breusing, and others in 1854 and 1855- not a coincidence, one expects.)
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