Hahn, Reynaldo, 1875–1947, French musician. Hahn was born in Venezuela and was taken to Paris at three. Among his teachers was Massenet. He wrote much incidental music, songs, operettas, and other works. As a conductor he specialized in Mozart operas. In 1945 he became a director of the Paris Opéra.
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