Grosjean, Ernest, French organist and composer, nephew of Jean Romary Grosjean; b. Vagney, Dec. 18, 1844; d. Versailles, Dec. 28, 1936. He studied in Paris with Boëly and Stamaty. He was organist at Verdun Cathedral from 1868 to 1916, then at St. Antoine, Versailles. From 1888 to 1914 was ed. of the Journal des Organistes. He wrote many works for organ and a Théorie et pratique de l’accompagnement du plainchant.
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