1899? b. February 15th. Lodève, Hérault.
   French Musician, Composer, a child prodigy.
   Met Andre Breton when he was in the Medical Corps
 1919 Published in Litterature; an article on Erik Satie's Socrate.
   One of the Saturday regulars at Jean Cocteau's apartment together with 
   Raymond Radiguet, Darius Milhaud, Marie Laurencin, Valentine Hugo, 
   Jean Hugo, Thora Dardel, Nils Dardel, Irene Lagut, Marcelle Meyer, Paul Morand.
    Authored with Sergei Diaghilev the ballets Les Facheux  and Les Matelots.

 1920 Met Tristan Tzara on his arrival in Paris.
    Part of Erik Satie and Jean Cocteau's  famous group, Les six, 
    which consisted of
    Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, Arthur Honegger ->, Germaine Tailleferre -> 
   (the only woman member), and Louis Durey ->.
   Friends with the artist Jean Hugo.

 1921 Congress of Paris committee  consisted of seven people - Andre Breton, 
   Georges Auric, Fernand Leger, Robert Delaunay, Amedee Ozenfant, 
   Jean Paulhan and Roger Vitrac.
   Moved in the circles of Milhaud, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Cocteau, Tristan Tzara, 
   Paul Poiret and Francis Poulenc.
   His name was included in Francis Picabia's dada painting L'oiel cacodylate.

 1923 Soiree Du Coeur A Barbe.

 1924 Mentioned in the Manifesto of 1924 by Andre Breton.

 1925 Wrote Les Matelos for Sergei Diaghilev's Ballet Russes.

 1928 Lithographic portrait by Valentine Hugo.

 1930 He began writing film scores. 

 1931 Score for Rene Clair.
   During the war in Paris he was in a car accident with Marie-Laure de Noailles 
   and her German lover.

 1948 Member of the panel which judged in favor of Antonin Artaud.
   Members: Jean Cocteau, Paul Eluard, Raymond Queneau, Jean-Louis Barrault ->, 
   Rene Clair, Maurice Nadeau, Georges Auric, Claude Mauriac ->, and Rene Char.

 1950 Music to Orpheus - Jean Cocteau.
   George was married to a Russian Nora (d.1982) who had a lover Guy de Lesseps.
   Continued friendship with  Marie-Laure de Noailles.

 1983? d. July 23rd. Paris.

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