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Guillaume du Marais Lallemand (1860-1931).

  • Profession: General.
  • Residences: France.
  • Relation to Mahler: Friend. Born also in 1860.
  • Correspondence with Mahler: Yes.
  • Born: 08-04-1860 Braize, France.
  • Died: 07-10-1931 Paris, France. Aged 71.
  • Buried: Unknown.

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  • Baron.
  • Army: LALLEMAND du MARAIS Walther Jean Frédéric Guillaume de 1860-1931 Rank: GBR (France, General de Brigade), Code: 10 YD 1514.
  • 07-10-1885 Married in Ecoray to Catherine de Meaux (born: 11.04.1864 - died 00-00-1935).
  • 11-07-1903 He was chief of squadron in the 11th regiment of chasseurs and after 25 years of service he is named knight of the legion Of honor.
  • 00-00-1905 A letter concerns Lallemand's attendance at a concert that Mahler was conducting in 1906 in Essen, Germany.
  • 28-09-1910 he is appointed in Compiègne 13th dragon brigade, he is colonel patentee major.

Children

  • Marie-Élisabeth de Lallemand du Marais * 05.10.1886.
  • Anne de Lallemand du Marais * 1888.
  • Henriette de Lallemand du Marais * 1889.
  • Pauline de Lallemand du Marais * 1891.
  • Henri de Lallemand du Marais * 1894.

Fonds Guillaume de Lallemand du Marais, Médiathèque Musicale Mahler (Paris)

Musician and fervent music lover, General de Lallemand was the friend of composers Ernest Chausson, Paul Dukas, Gustav Mahler, Gabriel Faure, Vincent d'Indy and Isaac Albeniz. They are present in this fund through an exciting correspondence entirely unpublished. In addition to this ensemble of very numerous scores often autographed by their composer.

  • LAL5-MAH MAHLER Gustav carte de visite autographe, à l’encre, mention imprimée rayée, sans date.
  • LAL6-MAH MAHLER Gustav carte de correspondance autographe, signée, sans date, en-tête gravé en relief “Der Director des K.K. Hofoperntheaters”, mention rayée à la plume.
  • LAL7-MAH MAHLER Gustav carte de correspondance autographe, signée, sans date, en-tête gravé en relief “Der Director des K.K. Hofoperntheaters”, utilisée à l’envers.
  • LAL8-MAH MAHLER Gustav carte de correspondance autographe, signée, sans date, en-tête gravé en relief “Der Director des K.K. llofoperntheaters”.
  • LAL9-MAH MAHLER Alma lettre autographe signée, encre violette, datée 05/01/1907, 4 p.
  • LAL10-MAH Annonce imprimée de la 1ère audition parisienne du Chant de la Terre au Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, sous la direction d’Oscar Fried, le 27 mai. Sur la même page, annonce de la soirée du 23 mai à la Légation d’Autriche, conférence [1929].