Born : October 25, 1863 (Liège-Belgium).
Died : February 24, 1932 (Paris). He rests in the cemetery of Pantin near Paris (France).
He wrote many songs and operettas (eg Ohé Phryne, 1908), but he was chief conductor at the Concert Mayol.
He often collaborated with Vincent Telly (they had a publishing house in common) and recorded a few records where he conducted an orchestra
After the war, he was head of many music halls, especially the Folies Bergère, and composed many stage music for the occasion.