Brunold, Paul, French pianist, organist, and writer on music; b. Paris, Oct. 14, 1875; d. there, Sept. 14, 1948. He was a pupil of Marmontel (piano) and Lavignac (theory) at the Paris Cons., and later studied with Paderewski. In 1915 he became organist at St. Gervais, in Paris. With H. Expert, he ed. the Anthologie des maîtres français du clavecin des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles; with A. Tessier, he brought out a complete edition of Chambon-nières’s works; he also ed. 2 vols, of works by Dieupart (6 Suites pour clavecin and Airs et Chansons). He publ, the book Histoire du grand orgue de l’Église St. Gervais à Paris (1934).
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