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L'école française de violon, de Lully à Viotti; études d'histoire et d'esthétique
Lionel de La Laurencie (24 July 1861 – 21 November 1933) was a French musicologist.
Graduated major of the French National School of Forestry, de La Laurencie devoted himself to music from 1898.
He studied at the University of Grenoble then in Nancy. A skilful violinist, he deepened his musical knowledge with Léon Reynier, master of violin, and enrolled at the Conservatoire de Paris where he was a student of Bourgault-Ducoudray in the classes of harmony and history of music of the latter.
He taught history of music at the école des hautes études en sciences sociales and wrote for the most notable French musical magazines.
He led the journal Société française de musicologie and participated to the Encyclopédie de musique et dictionnaire du Conservatoire under the direction of Albert Lavignac.
de La Laurencie was Alain de Sédouy [fr]'s grandfather on the maternal side.