Tremblay, Pierre Joseph Amedee 14.apr.1876-14.jul.1949 Canada Quebec, Montreal - USA California, Los Angeles
organist, professor of music, 1888 studied organ with father Sauve at Saint Joseph's Church Montreal, with Alcibiade Beique and Romain Octave Pelletier, gregorian chant with Cleophas Borduas, 1892 organist of Saint Joseph's Church Montreal, 1894-1920 of the Notre Dame Basilica Ottawa, 1920 emigrated to the USA Utah, Salt Lake City, 1920-1925 organist of the Cathedral of the Madeleine Salt Lake City, 1925-1949 of St Vincent de Paul Church Los Angeles ; 7.may.1901 in Ottawa he married Florence Gertrude Campbell, their only child was composer Gertrude Tremblay Baker (Ottawa 23.feb.1902-) ; 4.apr.1910 he married Rosa Beatrice Martell (Ottawa 30.apr.1888-23.dec.1958 Los Angeles), the first of their 10 children was composer George Amedee Tremblay (Ottawa 14.jan.1911-1982 Los Angeles)

Title Parts

[] Dix-huit chansons populaires du Canada. Male voices 4vv and piano
pub J. L. Orme et fils, Ottawa 1902

[] Je vous salu, Marie (Ave Maria). 1904
[] L'Intransigeant. Operetta. Ottawa 1906
[] Marche de la victoire. Piano
publisher J. E. Belair, Montreal 1918

[] Suite de quatre pieces pour grand orgue
dedicated to Joseph Bonnet
pub J. Fischer, New York 1924
[] 1 - Prelude
[] 2 - Menuet francais
[] 3 - Carillon
[] 4 - Toccata
[] Andantino-reverie. Violin and piano
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