01 Antienne Auguste Larriu (!840-1925)
02 Antienne gregorienne Emmanuel Berlhe (1880-1926)
03 Antienne Jean-Baptiste Maillochaud (1840-1928)
Auguste Larriu, born in Oloron (Pyrénées) on September 17, 1840, died in 1925, is a French musician, organist and composer. He attended the School of Sorèze from 1857 to 1861. Notary profession and lawyer, he obtained his license in 1868, Larriu was organist at the church of Sainte-Croix d'Oloron until his death. He is the author of many compositions, particularly for the organ and the harmonium.
Emmanuel Felix CyprienBerlhe cc1880-1926 France Bourgogne, Macon - Montpellier organist, choirmaster, first studied literature, studied music with canon Lazare Perruchot (Le Creusot 1852-), 14.nov.1902 he played the organ in a concert at Saint-Thomas d'Aquin in Paris, 1906-1908 studied organ and counterpoint at the Conservatoire de Paris, studied religious music with Adolphe Marty, harmony with Louis Aubert, composition with Andre Gedalge and organ with Alexandre Guilmant, 1912-1914 studied with Vincent d'Indy and Louis Vierne at the Schola Cantorum in Paris, 1912 he played in a trio with his comrades Paul Bazelaire and Jenck at the 43e diner mensuel of Les Catholiques des Beaux-Arts at the Schola Cantorum, also studied music with his friends Pierre de Breville, Louis de Serres and Auguste Serieyx, 1914 organist of Saint-Francois-Xavier in Paris, 1914 Albert Alain dedicated his Andantino to his friend Berlhe, 1922-1926 organist/choirmaster of the Chapelle and director of the music school of l'Enclos Saint-Francois in Montpellier where he taught organ and harmony.