Puget, Loïsa

Loïsa Puget (1810–1889), France

Composer, most productive during the period 1830–1845. She composed more than 300 songs. The librettists Lemoine and Adolphe Philippe D’Ennery wrote a melodrama based on Puget’s most famous song (La Grâce de Dieu), which in its turn was an inspiration for Donizetti’s Linda di Chamounix.