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Henri Gagnebin (12 March 1886 in Liège – 2 June 1977 in Geneva) was a Belgian-born Swiss composer. His first studies were in Bienne and Lausanne. He studied the piano with Auguste Laufer and harmony with Justin Bischoff. In 1905, he spent eight months in Berlin, where he studied composition with Richard Rössler. In 1908, he moved to Paris, where he studied the organ with Louis Vierne and composition with Vincent d'Indy. He stayed there for eight years, during which he was organist at the Lutheran Church of the Redemption. In 1916, he became organist at the Temple de Saint-Jean in Lausanne, and also taught courses at the conservatory. In 1925, he was invited to become director of the conservatory at Geneva, where he remained until his retirement in 1961.

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  • Henri Gagnebin (* 13. März 1886 in Lüttich; † 2. Juni 1977 in Genf) war ein Schweizer Komponist. Er studierte Orgel bei Louis Vierne, Kompositionslehre und Orchestrierung bei Vincent d’Indy und Joseph Lauber. Von 1925 bis 1957 war er Direktor des Genfer Konservatoriums. Enge Freundschaften verbanden ihn mit Mstislav Rostropovich, Arthur Rubinstein, Ernest Ansermet, Andrés Segovia und Frank Martin. 1977 starb er in Genf.
  • Henri Gagnebin (12 March 1886 in Liège – 2 June 1977 in Geneva) was a Belgian-born Swiss composer. His first studies were in Bienne and Lausanne. He studied the piano with Auguste Laufer and harmony with Justin Bischoff. In 1905, he spent eight months in Berlin, where he studied composition with Richard Rössler. In 1908, he moved to Paris, where he studied the organ with Louis Vierne and composition with Vincent d'Indy. He stayed there for eight years, during which he was organist at the Lutheran Church of the Redemption. In 1916, he became organist at the Temple de Saint-Jean in Lausanne, and also taught courses at the conservatory. In 1925, he was invited to become director of the conservatory at Geneva, where he remained until his retirement in 1961.
  • Henri Gagnebin, né le 13 mars 1886 à Liège – mort le 1er juin 1977 à Genève, est un organiste, compositeur et musicien vaudois, puis genevois.
  • Изучал фортепиано у Огюста Лауфера и композицию у Жюстена Бишоффа-Гилионна в Лозанне, затем в 1905 г. занимался в Берлине у Рихарда Рёсслера и наконец в 1908 г. отправился в парижскую Schola Cantorum, где его учителями были Луи Вьерн и Абель Деко (орган), а также Венсан д'Энди (композиция). В 1916 г. вернулся в Лозанну, работал органистом в соборе Святого Иоанна, одновременно преподавал в консерватории. В 1925 г. Ганьебен занял пост директора Женевской консерватории, на котором оставался до 1957 г. (в первые годы также преподавая в органном классе). Как руководитель консерватории Ганьебен стоял в 1939 г. у истоков Международного конкурса исполнителей в Женеве и некоторое время был его президентом.
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