Louis Victor Jules Vierne (8 October 1870, Poitiers, France – 2 June 1937, Paris, France) was a French organist and composer.
As the organist of Notre-Dame de Paris from 1900 until his death, he focused on composing organ music, including six organ symphonies and a messe solennelle for choir and two organs.
He toured Europe and the United States as a concert organist. His students included Nadia Boulanger and Maurice Duruflé.
Works for Winds
- A Pleasantry for Woodwinds (arr. Rhoads) (1894/1981)