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Jean Gabriel Prosper Marie (1852 – 1928) 

Jean Gabriel Prosper Marie was a French composer known for his contributions to the world of classical music. Born in Paris in 1852, he studied at the Conservatoire de Paris and eventually became a prominent figure in the local music scene. His works included operas, orchestral pieces, and choral music, and he was known for his unique blend of traditional and modern elements in his compositions.

Throughout his career, Gabriel-Marie was recognized for his talents as a composer, and his works were performed by some of the most renowned orchestras and opera companies of the time. In addition to his own compositions, he was also known for his work as a teacher and mentor, passing on his knowledge and expertise to the next generation of musicians.

Despite his success and contributions to the world of classical music, Gabriel-Marie's life was cut short when he died unexpectedly in Puigcerdà, Spain in 1928.