FLOR PEETERS (1903 - 1986)
The Belgian organist and composer Flor Peeters was a composition pupil of Mortelmans in Mechelen, where he became organist at St Rombout’s Cathedral. His career brought further appointments in Ghent and then in Antwerp, where he was director of the Conservatory from 1952 to 1968. He won international distinction as an organist.
Flor Peeters wrote a quantity of sacred choral music and other works but is chiefly known for his organ compositions.