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Edmond Louis Budry         
  • Edmond Louis Budry
SWISS COMPOSER (1854-1932)
Edmond Budry
Edmond Louis Budry (August 30, 1854 – November 12, 1932) was a Swiss hymn writer famous for writing the lyrics to the hymn "Thine Be the Glory" ("À toi la gloire") to music from Judas Maccabaeus by George Frideric Handel.
Louis Durey         
FRENCH COMPOSER
Louis Edmond Durey
Louis Edmond Durey (; 27 May 18883 July 1979)Randel, Don Michael (1996). The Harvard biographical dictionary of music, p.
Edmond Louis Alexis Dubois-Crancé         
  • Dubois Crancé by [[Aristide Croisy]]
FRENCH SOLDIER AND POLITICIAN (1747-1814)
Dubois de Crance; Edmond Louis Alexis Dubois-Crance; Dubois-Crancé
Edmond Louis Alexis Dubois-Crancé (; 14 October 1747 – 28 June 1814) was a French musketeer, general, and revolutionary politician who served for a few months as minister of war.