Andre, Louise (nee Baril, Marie Jeanne) (fem) 26.feb.1913-9.apr.2001 Canada Quebec, St-Tite - Montreal
soprano, singing teacher, studied at Pensionnat Mont-Royal and Ecole Vincent d'Indy in Montreal, 1938 BM, 1940 MA, 1942 LMus and 1957 DM in musicology from the University of Montreal, studied piano and singing with Alfred Lamoureux and Rodolphe Plamondon and composition with Claude Champagne, 1953-1954 diploma under Roberto Lupi from the Pius XII Institute in Florence Italy, 1932-1967 as Sister Louise-Andree member of the order of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, 1935 teacher voice at Ecole Vincent d'Indy, 1965 at the University of Montreal, 1967-1972 also at the Conservatoire de Chicoutimi and 1971-1976 at the University of Ottawa ; daughter of farmer Joseph Ernest Primat Baril (St-Tite 20.mar.1889-) and Annette Jacob (St-Tite 30.jun.1891-) who married 23.sep.1913 at Saint-Paul in Grand-Mere

Title Parts

[] Fugue sur un theme de A. Gedalge. Organ. 1941
music Soeur M.-Louise-Andree
pub Ecole Vincent-d'Indy, Outremont Montreal 1980

[] (details unknown). Piano pieces and choral works
writing: L'education de l'artiste-chanteur
par Soeur M.-Louise-Andree S.N.J.M.
thesis/dissertation D.Mus musicologie, Universite de Montreal 1957

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