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(French ʃarpɑ̃tje)
1. (Biography) Gustave (ɡystav). 1860–1956, French composer, whose best-known work is the opera Louise (1900)
2. (Biography) Marc-Antoine. ?1645–1704, French composer, best known for his sacred music, particularly the Te Deum


(ʃar pɑ̃ˈtyeɪ)

1. Gustave, 1860–1956, French composer.
2. Marc Antoine, 1634–1704, French composer.
References in classic literature ?
He had stayed at the boarding-house of Madame Charpentier, in Torquay Terrace, Camberwell.
"Arthur Charpentier, sub-lieutenant in Her Majesty's navy," cried Gregson, pompously, rubbing his fat hands and inflating his chest.
Drebber, residing at Charpentier's Boarding Establishment, Torquay Terrace.
"I next called upon Madame Charpentier," continued the detective.
"`God forgive you!' cried Madame Charpentier, throwing up her hands and sinking back in her chair.
Charpentier paused," the detective continued, "I saw that the whole case hung upon one point.
I found out where Lieutenant Charpentier was, took two officers with me, and arrested him.
The night was so wet that no one was about, so Charpentier dragged the body of his victim into the empty house.
The commander selected twenty men and two officers, Lieutenant D'Arnot and Lieutenant Charpentier. A boat was dispatched to the cruiser for provisions, ammunition, and carbines; the men were already armed with revolvers.
It was Gautier's Emaux et Camees, Charpentier's Japanese-paper edition, with the Jacquemart etching.
10,385,360), has also been awarded to the University of California (UC), University of Vienna and Dr Emmanuelle Charpentier
Tuesday, July 9: Larry and Dawn Schlarb, 5,240 points; Candy Goldfarb and Jocelyn Levy, 4,590 points; Nancy Senderahl and Bob Sears, 3,830 points; Carol Charpentier and Karen Richardson, 3,650 points; John Nelson and Loren Stuvik, 3,370 points; and Donna Prisner and Gwen Anderson, 3,110 points