The real point that I’d like to make was that Musy had a great voice. Eventually became a director. His voice is very well placed and resonant. It was difficult to find a lot of examples of his singing on you tube.
Musy received his education at the Conservatoire National de Paris under E. Lorrain, Carré and M. Gallon. He made his debut in 1925 at the Opéra-Comique in Paris in ”Le Chemineau” of Xavier Levoux. He belonged longer than 25 years to this opera house. On 16. 12. 1927 he sang at the Opéra Comique in the premiere of ”Le pauvre matelot” of Davius Milhaud, on 15. 1. 1930 in ”Le Roi d’Yvetot” of Jacques Ibert, on 19. 6. 1935 in ”L’École des Maris” of E. Bondeville, on 10. 3. 1942 in the premiere of ”Mon oncle Benjamin” of F. Bousquet. By the end of his artistic career, since 1947, he was active at the Opéra-Comique also as a director. He was married to the contralto Renée Gilly (1906-77).