Dialogue of a great twentieth century composer


Francis Poulenc (above) died in Paris on January 30th, 1963. Read about his masterpiece, Dialogue of the Carmelites, here.
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Lid said…
The picture is of Claude Laydu, in The Diary of a Country Priest, not Poulenc
Pliable said…
Thanks Neil. No excuses, but I had my doubts when I uploaded that photo. But decided it would be nice to use a less familiar photo of Poulenc ....

http://www.bach-cantatas.com/Lib/Poulenc-Francis.htm

http://www.imagesjournal.com/2004/reviews/diary/text.htm

Now corrected!
Lid said…
That was quick! I forgot to say - love the blog and Future Radio - thanks!

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