Blin Organ Works

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René Émile Camille BLIN, born November 13, 1884 in Somsois (Marne Department, France), started a law degree, but then abandoned it to become the pupil of Joseph Jemain, Alexandre Guilmant, and Vincent d'Indy at the Schola Cantorum. He wrote masses, motets, Noëls, melodies, as well as music for the piano and for the violin. He succeeded Joseph Boulnois as organist at Ste-Élisabeth-du-Temple (Paris) in 1910. Here are 3 of his works, suitable for church and recital use. Please note this score is Public Domain in the USA. You are responsible for determining the legality of purchase if you reside outside of the United States.
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Jonathan Orwig
November 3, 2011
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