Pierre Sancan, classical music composer

Pierre Sancan


Pierre Sancan (October 24, 1916 in Mazamet – October 20, 2008 in Paris) was a French pianist, conductor, teacher, and composer. He studied at the Conservatoire de Paris with Jean Gallon. In 1943, he won the Prix de Rome for music composition. One of his pupils was Jacques Rouvier.

His Sonatine for Flute and Piano is one of his best-known works.

Composer Title Date Action
Pierre Sancan Sonatine 12/02/2009 Play Add to playlist