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He was a political radical all his life and a passionate enthusiast for such diverse things as medieval music, The Jungle Book of Rudyard Kipling , Johann Sebastian Bach , film stars especially Lilian Harvey and Ginger Rogers , traveling, stereoscopic photography and socialism. He once said: "The artist needs an ivory tower , not as an escape from the world, but as a place where he can view the world and be himself. This tower is for the artist like a lighthouse shining out across the world. Koechlin was born in Paris, and was the youngest child of a large family. His mother's family came from Alsace and he identified with that region; his maternal grandfather had been the noted philanthropist and textile manufacturer Jean Dollfus , and Koechlin inherited his strongly developed social conscience. His father died when he was
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