Maurice Blackburn

Maurice Blackburn studied music (piano, organ, composition, improvisation, harmony, counterpoint) at Université Laval from 1937 to ’39, and, at the same time, with Claude Champagne and Georges-Émile Tanguay. After getting a grant from the Québec Government, he entered the New England Conservatory in Boston (1939-41) where he studied with Quincy Porter and Francis Findlay and attended lectures given by Stravinsky at Harvard University in 1940. More

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Maurice Blackburn

Quebec City (Québec), 1914 – Montréal (Québec), 1988

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