Georges Taconet (Mont Saint Aignan, 17 August 1889 - 1962) was a provincial French composer based in Le Havre. He won the local Normandy prize Le prix Gossier in 1926.
Works, editions and recordings:
L'Attente mystique, Triptych to poems by abbé fr:Louis Le Cardonnel (1862-1936) - orchestral version performed 1927, Le Havre,
Piano Quintet - performed 1932, Paris, favourably reviewed by Paul Le Flem,
Organ Prelude and Fugue - published by Hérelle, reviewed favourably in American Organist 1935,
Over sixty songs,
Downloadable Editions and Manuscripts,
Taconet: Fourteen Songs. Dominique Méa (soprano) and Carlos Cebro (piano). Sonata in D minor for Violin and Piano: Fanny Clamagirand (violin) and Virginie Martineau (piano). Marco Polo 2002-2003, released 2005.
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