Aloÿs Claussmann (5 July 1850 – 7 November 1926) was a French organist, pianist and composer.
Born in Uffholtz, Haut-Rhin (Alsace), Claussmann was a pupil of organist Eugène Gigout at the École Niedermeyer de Paris, where he obtained first prizes in piano and organ, before winning the Grand Prix of the Ministry of Fine Arts in 1872. The following year, he settled in Clermont-Ferrand, where he was appointed Kapellmeister of the Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral. The new Merklin organ was inaugurated in 1877 by Edmond Lemaigre, the first holder. Claussmann succeeded him in 1888 until his death in 1926.
In case members are running low on pieces to upload there are 100 pieces in Opus 66 from 1919 and another 100 in Opus 34 from 1902 (see previous upload).
Music is on IMSLP.
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Claussmann features in uploads twice before;
Many of these Opus 34 and 66 set are worth looking at eg the Magnifcat above.
His organ music includes.
Organ Sonata No.1, Op.44
Organ Sonata No.2, Op.46
5 Pièces pour grand orgue, Op.26
3 Pièces pour grand orgue, Op.56