Jean-René Quignard (1887-1978) studied organ and composition and was a student of Louis Vierne at the Schola Cantorum de Paris , among others . He became Maitre de Chapelle and organist at the Église Notre-Dame in Versailles . Later he became director of the Conservatoire de Saint-Brieuc and returned to the Breton birthplace. As a composer he wrote a large amount of church music (masses, cantatas and sacred music) works for choir and organ. (thanks Agnus_Dei for the bio!)
This short little Carillon must have been meant for a very short nave... but it's fun!