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Jean Noté (6 May 1859 - 11 Mar 1922): Belgian baritone. He had a brilliant career at the Paris Opéra for over thirty years and was the most famous baritone of his generation on the French operatic stage. He was Amarat in the world premiere (14 Mar 1921) of Antar; Scopas in the world premiere (21 May 1902) of Orsola; Gaspard in the world premiere (19 Feb 1897) of Messidor; Hermann in the world premiere (8 Jun 1898) of La Cloche du Rhin; Hagen in the world premiere (23 Dec 1898) of La Burgonde; and Longnac in the world premiere (26 Apr 1901) of Le Roi de Paris.
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