Ketterer, Eugene


French pianist and composer; born at Rouen, and died at Paris during the siege of 1870. ' He studied at the Paris Conservatory under Marmontel, and won some honors there. He became known as a concert pianist, and wrote almost three hundred piano compositions of a very light character. Some of them were exceedingly popular, as his Grand Caprice hongrois; l'Argentine; La Chatelaine; Gaetana; and Rondo oriental.