Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns (;, . Although French-speaking musicians and intellectuals often still use the traditional pronunciation without S at the end (), the pronunciation with S is now very common in French, even among radio announcers. Saint-Saëns himself wanted his name to be pronounced like that of the town Saint-Saëns, which was pronounced without S at the end until about 1940–1950 in accordance with the spelling without S that was in use until about 1840–1860, as explained by Claude Fournier in... meer
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