gabriel pierné

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Henri Constant Gabriel Pierné (Metz, 16 August 1863 – Ploujean, Finistère, 17 July, 1937) was a French organist and composer. He was the organist at Ste Clotilde in Paris, succeeding his teacher César Franck, and himself being succeeded by another distinguished Franck pupil, Charles Tournemire. Associated for many years with Edouard Colonne's concert series, the Concerts Colonne, from 1903, Pierné became chief conductor of this series in 1910, and remained in the post until 1934.

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