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  1. MAURICE DURUFLÉ ( - ) The French organist and composer Maurice Duruflé was a pupil of Tournemire and Gigout and enjoyed a career as an organist both in Paris and in numerous concert tours abroad, a representative of the French tradition of organ playing and composition inherited from his teachers, and from the example of Guilmant and Vierne.
  2. Listen to Duruflé: Complete Choral Works by Robert Simpson, Eduardo Tercero, Ken Cowan, Cecilia Duarte, Norman Fischer, Houston Chamber Choir, Maurice Duruflé.
  3. Duruflé: Complete Choral Works, an album by Maurice Duruflé, Mauruce Duruflé, Houston Chamber Choir, Ken Cowan, Robert Simpson on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Duruflé: Complete Choral Works - Houston Chamber Choir, Robert Simpson, Ken Cowan on AllMusic - - When this release garnered a Grammy award in 9/
  5. Erstwhile organist of St Paul’s Cathedral, John Scott, puts the cathedral’s wonderful instrument to the best possible use in this album of Maurice Duruflé’s complete works for organ. Duruflé studied with the greatest organists of the age, Charles Tournemire and Louis Vierne, and there is no doubt that his exposure to the genius of both in their respective .
  6. Apr 05,  · The choral works of Duruflé, like his organ works, are small in number but beautifully crafted. Frequently written and rewritten until he was completely satisfied, he was a composer who rethought and reconfigured his music right up to the moment he had to let go of it. Often described as a man out o.
  7. Maurice Duruflé’s worldwide fame rests upon his reputation as a brilliant organist and the composer of a handful of finely crafted works, notably his widely performed setting of the sibackrigepimilgihindsmoothmarburi.coinfo his methods, he followed the habits of his teacher, Paul Dukas, constantly refining and polishing what little music he wrote.
  8. French organist and composer Maurice Duruflé is known for a small number of extraordinary compositions, among which the Requiem is perhaps the finest and most often performed. His works, which, due to his crippling self-criticism, number only 14, are based on Gregorian chant.

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