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Biography of Louis Vierne

Louis Vierne

Vierne, Louis Victor Jules. Studied at the Paris Conservatory under César Franck, Charles Marie Widor and Adolphe Marty; pupil of Alexandre Guilmant. Assistant organist of St. Sulpice’s, Paris, 1892-1900; organist of Notre Dame, Paris, 1900. Taught organ at the Scholar Cantorum, Paris, 1912-. Composed organ music, choral works, piano pieces, songs, &c. Brother of René Vierne. b. Poitiers, France, Oct. 8th, 1870; d. Paris, June 2nd, 1937.

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Vierne, Louis Victor Jules (1870-1937)
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