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photo Paul FAUCHET

(Born in Paris January 29, 1881 - died in Paris October 12, 1937). French composer, organist, teacher and head of ur hp. Alongside private lessons with Louis Vierne and studies at the Conservatoire de Paris (begun in 1896) in the classes of Paul Vidal, Alexandre Guilmant and Charles Lepneveu (Second prize of Harmony - 1899, First Prize for Fugue - 1904, first prize in organ - 1907 and First Prize for piano accompaniment - 1910), Fauchet Paul began his career in the function of the church organist at Our Lady of Versailles. He was Kapellmeister at St. Thomas Aquinas and was organist at St. Pierre de Chaillot in Paris. He also conducted intermittently ch hearts of the Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, the Lyric Theatre and the Opera Garnier. He was appointed Professor of Harmony in November 1927 at the Paris Conservatoire and his pupils included: Jacques de la Presle, Raymond Loucheur Taconet Georges, Jose David, Marcel Landowski and Lucien Cailliet. Paul Fauchet, head of the Master of Saint Pierre de Chaillot recorded several 78s for Pathé (works of C. Saint-Saens, A. Adam and J. S. Bach). The year of the death of Charles-Marie Widor, Louis Vierne and Maurice Ravel, the untimely death of Paul Fauchet went unnoticed and very few elements remain about his life and his book.
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cover Symphonie Pour Musique d'Harmonie (1926) VERSION ORIGINALE AVEC SAXHORNS Robert Martin
Symphonie Pour Musique d'Harmonie (1926) VERSION ORIGINALE AVEC SAXHORNS
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Prestige collection
Style & options : Original music
Set Wind Band (FAUC04987-BA) : 333,33
Full score (FAUC04987-CO) : 68,58