Verne / Dube, Jean: Works for Piano

Verne / Dube, Jean SKU: 28091516
Verne / Dube, Jean: Works for Piano

Verne / Dube, Jean: Works for Piano

Verne / Dube, Jean SKU: 28091516

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Title: Works for Piano
Artist: Verne / Dube, Jean
Label: Syrius
UPC: 3491421414489
Genre: Classical Artists

Louis Vierne (October 1870 - June 1937) will go down to posterity mainly as an organist, although he could have made a name for himself in every domain with the sole exception of the theatre. Born nearly blind, in 1880 he heard Franck for the first time at St. Clotilde and was later accepted by him as a private pupil. While at the Institute for Young Blind Children, he studied piano, organ, and violin, which benefitted his chamber music production. It was during his 1750th concert, when he had just played "Tombstone for a Dead Child," that he was struck down by a cardiac embolism in the organ loft of Notre Dame. Featured Artist Jean Dubé: piano

1.1 Suite Bourguignone, Op. 17
1.2 Troisième Nocturne
1.3 Chanson Pour Avril
1.4 Pièce for Piano, Op. 49
1.5 Douze Préludes, Op. 38
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