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Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829–1869)

Louis Moreau Gottschalk was born on May 8, 1829 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Louis Moreau was a composer, known for Original Sin (2001), Little Women (2019) and The Lovebirds (2020). Louis Moreau died on December 18, 1869 in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. See full bio »

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Known For

Original Sin Soundtrack
(2001)
Little Women Soundtrack
(2019)
The Lovebirds Soundtrack
(2020)
(2007)

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 2010 Louis
 1986 Rumeurs Saint-Maur (Short)
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 1994 Aux petits bonheurs (music by)
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 2020 The Lovebirds (writer: "Solitude, Op. 65")
 2019 Little Women (writer: "L'Étincelle, Op. 20")
  Treme (TV Series) (writer - 2 episodes, 2010 - 2011) (performer - 1 episode, 2010)
- Carnival Time (2011) ... (writer: "Symphonie Romantique, RO 55" - uncredited)
- Do You Know What It Means (2010) ... (performer: "Gottschalk Symphonie No. 2" - uncredited) / (writer: "Gottschalk Symphonie No. 2" - uncredited)
 2010 The Byron Janis Story (TV Movie documentary) (music: "The Banjo")
 2010/I Aurora (writer: "Le Bananier Chanson negre, Ro 21 Op 5", "Manchega, etude de concert for piano Op. 38")
 2010 The Roundup (writer: "La Savane Op. 3")
 2009 Jekyll & Canada (Video) (writer: "Pasquinade")
 2007 Love in the Time of Cholera (writer: "Pensive Polka Redowa RO 106 Op. 68")
 2001 Original Sin (writer: "Bamboula", "Souvenir de la Havane")
 1999 Beautiful People (writer: "Souvenirs d'Andalousie")
 1996 With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America (TV Mini Series documentary) (writer: "O Ma Charmante, Epanchez-Moi Caprice")
 1991 Grand Isle (writer: "The Dying Poet", "Pasquinade")
 1987 Havinck (writer: "Mazurk")
 1987 Sparky's Magic Piano (Video) (writer: "The Banjo (fantaisie grotesque), Op. 15" - uncredited)
 1977 Scalpel ("The Dying Poet")
 1968 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Man Who Dances: Edward Villella (1968) ... (writer: "Grande Tarantelle (Op.67)")
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Pictured on one of a set of eight 32¢ US commemorative postage stamps in the Legends of American Music series, issued 12 September 1997, celebrating "Classical Composers & Conductors". Others honored in this issue are Leopold Stokowski, Arthur Fiedler, George Szell, Eugene Ormandy, Samuel Barber, Ferde Grofé Sr., and Charles Ives. See more »

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