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Author: Harry W Gay
Publisher: Memphis State University Press (1975)
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Four French Organist-Composers, 1549-1720 (Memphis, 1975). Guilmant, Pirro (e. Archives des Maîtres de l'Orgue, Vol. 2: Raison, André - Livre d'Orgue.

Four French Organist-Composers, 1549-1720 (Memphis, 1975). Ed. Alexandre Guilmant, André Pirro. A. Durand et fils, 1899.

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Because later Parisian organist-composers were even more liberal than Titelouze in following ecclesiastical prescription, it is likely that organ versets of this period . Gay, Harry W. Memphis: Memphis State University Press, 1975.

An examination of the livres d’orgue by French composers from the later half of the century demonstrates this great versatility.

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King Clovis founded this historic abbey in 5 Harry Gay, Four French Organist-Composers, 1549-1720 (Memphis, T. We should note that Gay’s opinion of Raison’s compositional abilities is not entirely negative

King Clovis founded this historic abbey in 5 Harry Gay, Four French Organist-Composers, 1549-1720 (Memphis, T. Memphis State University Press, 1975), 45-49. We should note that Gay’s opinion of Raison’s compositional abilities is not entirely negative. In fact, he refers to the organist-composer as having a contrapuntal inventiveness that is probably the greatest of his day, second only to Titelouze. 39 Gay, Four French Organist-Composers, 55.

Georges (Armand Paul) Jacob (19 August 1877 – 28 December 1950) was a French organist, improviser and composer. Born in Paris, Georges Paul made his first musical studies at the École Niedermeyer de Paris

Georges (Armand Paul) Jacob (19 August 1877 – 28 December 1950) was a French organist, improviser and composer. Born in Paris, Georges Paul made his first musical studies at the École Niedermeyer de Paris. After he joined the Conservatoire de Paris in 1896, he won a First prize in organ in 1900, in Alexandre Guilmant's class. From 1892 to 1912, G. Jacob gave organ recitals, which were very well attended at the Schola Cantorum de Paris.

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