Georges Mac-Master , born in Ireland in 1862 , and died in Paris on 31 March 1898Is an organist and composer Irish naturalized French.
He was a student of César Franck, Eugène Gigout and Théodore Dubois in composition at the Paris Conservatoire . He is organist in several parishes before becoming organist and choirmaster at the St. Ambroise church in 1884 . Then he held the same position at the Wesleyan church in 1890 until his death.
He founded the Mac-Master Institute, a school of music, painting and declamation employing up to 14 teachers.
Academy officer, he was organist of Concerts Trocadero in Paris.
According to Le Monde Musical , it 'abruptly ended his days.' Text source : Wikipedia (Hide extended text) ... (Read all)
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