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(1887 - 1956)

Paul Maleingreau was one of the first Belgian organists to play the complete Bach canon, and was an indefatigable champion of early music at a time when such propagation was less in demand than today. His musical style, though less individually developed than, say, that of Charles Tournemire, owes a similar debt to that of Cesar Franck. Subtitled Four Paraphrases on Hymns to the Virgin, Maleingreau's Suite Mariale was written in 1935 during his period as a Professor at the Brussels Conservatoire, where he had been a student before the First World War.

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French Organ Music Naxos

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