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DURUFLE, Maurice
b Louviers, Eure, France 11 January 1902
d Paris, 16 June 1986 aged eighty-four

He was taught piano and organ privately. In 1920 he went to the Paris Conservatory, gaining several first prizes. In 1930 he was appointed organist of St Etienne-du-Mont. He became professor of harmony at the Paris Conservatory in 1943, remaining there until 1969.

1926 (24)

Scherzo for organ

1927 (25)

Triptyque, for piano

1928 (26)

Prelude, recitatif et variations, for flute, viola and piano

1929 (27)

Prelude, Adagio and Chorale Variations on 'Veni, Creator', for organ

1930 (28)

Suite (Prelude, Sicilienne and Toccata)

for organ

1935 (33)

Three Dances for orchestra

1940 (38)

Andante and Scherzo for orchestra

1942 (40)

Prelude et fugue sur le nom Alain, for organ

1947 (45)

Requiem, for mezzo-soprano, bass, choir, orchestra and organ

1960 (58)

Four Motets on Gregorian themes for choir a cappella

1967 (65)

Cum Jubilo, Mass for baritone solo, choir, orchestra and organ

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