Marie-Emmanuelle Bayon Louis
Marie-Emmanuelle Bayon Louis (* 1746 in Marcei (Orne department), † March 29, 1825 Aubevoye (Eure department)) was a French composer, pianist and salonnière . In 1770 she married the architect Victor Louis (1731–1800).
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On June 20, 1770, she married Victor Louis, who wrote a biography about his wife. The marriage resulted in a child; Marie-Hélène-Victoire Louis, she died in 1848.
She was also a close friend of Denis Diderot's daughter , Marie-Angélique Vandeul.
- Six sonates pour le Clavecin ou le piano forte dont trois avec accompagnement de violon obligé. Op. 1, Paris 1769
- Arrangements for keyboard instruments from the opera Fleur d'Épine.
- Julie Anne Sadie; Rhian Samuel: The Norton / Grove Dictionary of Women Composers. WW Norton & Company. (1994), ISBN 978-0-393-03487-5 , p. 44.
- DEBORAH HAYES MUSICIAN, MUSICOLOGIST BOULDER, COLORADO, USA, Marie-Emmanuelle Bayon Louis (1746-1825)
- Lexicon article by the Sophie Drinker Institute
|SURNAME||Bayon Louis, Marie-Emmanuelle|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||French composer, pianist, Salonnières|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1746|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Marcei|
|DATE OF DEATH||March 29, 1825|
|Place of death||Aubevoye|