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Charles Poisot (8 July 1822 — March 1904)
= Alternative Names/Transliterations: Charles Émile
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- Detailed biography: None given
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Rameau scholar and editor, known for e.g. speeches he made, along with fellow "Ramiste" Léon Gustave Cyprien Gastinel
, in 1876, "decrying the musical public's contact with Rameau's works..." (see the collection "French Music, Culture, and National Identity, 1870-1939" (U. Rochester Press, 2008) edited by Barbara Kelly, in which Poisot is mentioned several times in several essays; the latter is a quote from p.211, from "Regionalism. Rameau in late nineteenth-century Dijon : memorial, festival, fiasco" (Katherine Ellis, author of essay).)
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