Pépin, Clermont (b St Georges de Beauce, 1926). Canadian composer. Teacher of comp., Montreal Cons. 1955–64, dir. 1967–72. Works incl. 5 syms.; 2 pf. concs.; 5 str. qts.; sym.-poem Guernica; ballets The Gates of Hell and The Phoenix.
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