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Nicolas Dezède

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Nicolas-Alexandre Dezède (c.1740 in Lyon – 11 September 1798, in Paris) was an 18th-century French composer born from unknown parents.
Dezède presented a great many number of opéras comiques, of which several were popular, at the Théâtre italien de Paris. He served the Duke des Deux-Ponts from 1749 to 1790. A freemason, he was initiated at the lodge Les Neuf Sœurs in Paris.
Alessandro Di Profio, Dezède (Familie), MGG (Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart), new edition : Kassel, Bärenreiter, 1997, éd. Ludwig Finscher, vol. 5, coll. 961–963