Fugue sur le theme du Carillon des Heures de la Cathedrale de Soissons, op.12 (7)
Hommage a Jean Gallon (1)
Meditation, op.posth (7)
Messe cum jubilo, op.11 (12)
Notre Pere, op.14 (9)
Pieces (4) for organ (1)
Prelude, Adagio et Choral varie sur le theme du 'Veni Creator', op.4 (11)
Prelude, Recitatif et Variations for flute, viola and piano, op.3 (2)
Prelude et Fugue sur la nom d'Alain, op.7 (13)
Prelude sur l'Introit de l'Epiphanie, op.13 (8)
Quatre Motets sur des themes Gregoriens, op.10 (3)
Requiem, op.9 (37)
Suite pour Orgue, op.5 (12)
Tota pulchra es (1)
Ubi Caritas (10)
Maurice Duruflé (11 January 1902 – 16 June 1986) was a French composer, organist, and teacher.
Duruflé was born in Louviers, Eure. In 1912, he became chorister at the Rouen Cathedral Choir School, where he studied piano and organ with Jules Haelling. At age 17, upon moving to Paris, he took private organ lessons with Charles Tournemire, whom he assisted at Basilique Ste-Clotilde, Paris until 1927. In 1920 Duruflé entered the Conservatoire de Paris, eventually graduating with first prizes in organ, harmony, piano accompaniment, and composition. His harmony professor was Jean Gallon.
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