Lacome, Paul Jean Jacques


Dramatic composer; born at Houga, France. He first studied at home, afterwards under Don Jose Puig y Absubide. In 1860 he went to Paris, where one of his operettas won a first prize offered by the Bouffes Parisiens. He has been a reporter on musical papers. He has composed a number of operas, Amphitryon; Jeanne, Jeannette et Jeanneton; La dot mal placee; operettas; trios, dances and other pieces for piano; songs; pieces for cornet and saxophone.