- Gus·tave [gy-stav] /güˈstav/, 1860–1956, French composer.
- Marc An·toine [mark ahn-twan] /mark ɑ̃ˈtwan/, 1634–1704, French composer.
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These were of the ordinary Charpentier editions of the French originals.The Fortune of the Rougons
Young Charpentier could not have been engaged in this second affair.A Study In Scarlet
Arthur Conan Doyle
Charpentier gave the first particulars of this ingenious man.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)
Charpentier's opera, I should explain, had not yet been produced.Interpreters
Carl Van Vechten
The other guests were Edmond de Goncourt and Charpentier, the publisher.My Recollections
- Gustave (ɡystav). 1860–1956, French composer, whose best-known work is the opera Louise (1900)
- Marc-Antoine. ?1645–1704, French composer, best known for his sacred music, particularly the Te Deum
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