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Louis Michiels (fl.1896 — fl.1925)
- Detailed biography: None given
- History of L'Edition Belgo-Canadienne, founded by Louis Michiels in 1925 ("Its founder, Louis Michiels, a horn player who held a premier prix from a Belgian conservatory"). Composer and french hornist who arrived in Montreal before 1914. (Another famous Louis Michiels, 1886–1936, was a pharmacist and chemist born in Louvain.) Taught Lucio Agostini, Lydia Boucher, Roland Leduc and Alfred Bernier (1896–1953).
(One of) the son(s) of Gustave Michiels (1861–1911) was named Louis (1937 entry from the Catalog of Copyright Entries: Musical compositions, Part 3, a renewal of "Moldau" by Gustave Michiels by Louis Michiels, Paris, as son of the deceased composer.) Not necessarily the same person, of course, but worth noting the coincidence, and perhaps it is, too. - Schissel
Compositions by: Michiels, Louis
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