Prumier, Ange Conrad



Son of the following. Born and died at Paris. In 1840 he became harpist of the Opera Comique; later was in the orchestra of the Opera, and in 1870 took Labarre's place as harp teacher in the Conservatory. He had studied in his father's class in the Conservatory, where he took several prizes, and was, like him, an excellent performer on, and composer for, the harp. Works: solos and studies for harp; two nocturnes for harp and horn; and sacred songs.