Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Roger DÃ©sormiÃ¨re (13 September 1898 â€“ 25 October 1963) was a French conductor. DÃ©sormiÃ¨re was born in Vichy in 1898. He studied at the Paris Conservatoire, where his professors included Philippe Gaubert (flute), Xavier Leroux and Charles Koechlin (composition), and Vincent d'Indy (conducting). In 1922 he won the Prix Blumenthal and in 1923 became part of the Ecole dâ€™Arcueil. DÃ©sormiÃ¨reâ€™s early conducting experience was largely with the Ballets suÃ©dois and Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. He was conductor of the Ballets suÃ©dois's premiere of RelÃ¢che (1924), a film and music presentation by Francis Picabia and Erik Satie, with the film segment, Entr'acte, directed by RenÃ© Clair.
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