JOSEPH CANTELOUBE (1879 - 1957)
The French composer Joseph Canteloube, a pupil of Vincent d’Indy, became known for his musical depictions of his native Auvergne. He was also responsible for collections of folksongs from a wider area of France.
Canteloube is most widely known for his Songs from the Auvergne, arranged in four volumes, for low voice and orchestra. He also published a variety of other folksong arrangements.