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(1837 - 1924)

The French composer Thodore Dubois followed a conventional career winning the Prix de Rome and serving as organist at major churches in Paris, while teaching at the Conservatoire. He became director of the latter institution in succession to Ambroise Thomas, but resigned in 1905 in the aftermath of the failure to award Ravel the Prix de Rome. He was succeeded as director by Faur.

Organ Music

Dubois wrote music for the theatre and the church, for the concert and recital hall. As an organist himself, he made a considerable contribution to organ repertoire in the conservative style of which he was a master.

Role: Classical Composer 
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