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Edouard Souberbielle, un maitre de l'orgue

By Alexis Galperine

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Edouard Souberbielle, un maitre de l'orgue composed by Alexis Galperine. Edited by Frederic Denis. This edition: paperbound. Biographies / interviews. Organ Prestige Series. Classical. Book and audio CD. Text language: French. 360 pages. Published by Editions Delatour France (D2.DLT1842).

ISBN 978-2-7521-0091-7. With Text language: French. Classical. 17 x 24 cm inches.

Edouard Souberbielle (1899-1986) fut un des grands organistes de son temps et un professeur dont l'influence fut considerable. Responsable du cours superieur de l'Ecole Cesar-Franck, il a forme quelques uns des plus brillants interpretes de l'apres-guerre. Homme de vaste culture, d'envergure morale exceptionnelle, il fut egalement un maitre et theoricien du chant gregorien. Son petit-fils, Alexis Galperine, livre un temoignage personnel, riche en documents inedits, sur ce musicien fascinant et meconnu, qui croise la route de quelques uns des plus grands artistes et ecrivains de l'epoque : d'Indy, Vierne, Alain, Ravel, Durufle, Messiaen, Poulenc, Vines, Sauguet, Rouault, Jacques et Raissa Maritain... et Leon Bloy dont il etait le gendre.Edouard Souberbielle (1899-1986) was one of the great organists of his time and a teacher of considerable influence. While he was in charge of the highest-level course at the Ecole Cesar Franck, he trained several of the most brilliant performers of the post-war era, especially Michel Chapuis, Francis Chapelet, Andre Isoir and, also, his own son, Leon Souberbielle, the author of a major work on the classical organ. He was a man of great culture and huge breadth of mind, and an authority and writer on Gregorian Chant. His grandson, Alexis Galperine, gives us an eye-witness account, enriched with unpuplished documents, of this fascinating, unjustly neglected musician, who crossed the paths of several of the greatest artists and writers of the period, including d'Indy, Vierne, Alain, Ravel, Durufle, Messiaen, Poulenc, Vii!?es, Sauguet, Rouault, Jacques and Raissa Maritain, and Leon Bloy, his brother-in-law.