Gottschalk Louis Moreau

Gott·schalk

 (gŏch′ôk′, gŏt′shôk′), Louis Moreau 1829-1869.
American composer and pianist whose compositions, such as The Dying Poet (1864), often incorporate African-American and Creole rhythms.
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