1887 – She was born in Paris on the 16th of September.
– She studied at the Paris Conservatoire.
– She became the staunch, admiring friend of Stravinsky.
1921 – Her music and Fauré’s provided the standards by which she taught, notably at the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau.
– She was the most energetic, influential teacher, attracting pupils from all over the world; Copland and Carter were among them.
– As a conductor, she was a pioneer in performing French Baroque and Renaissance music and she gave new works.
1979 – She died on the 22nd of October.