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André Waignein

André Waignein was born at Mouscron in 1942. He won numerous national and international composition contests, and also the European Radio Union Contest and the SABAM (Belgian Copyright Society) Music Prize. André Waignein is famous as author of study material, chamber music, symphonic music and quite a lot of wind band music. His compositions are performed not only all over Europe, but also in the USA, Canada, Japan and Australia. He has published over 300 works and his music has been recorded on more than 100 compact discs. His masterwork « Cantate aux Etoiles » (The Stars Cantata) was premiered in the Tournai cathedral by the Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides, three children choirs and some ten Flemish, Walloon and French adult choirs (a total of 50 participants). André Waignein is currently director of the Tournai Conservatory of Music and professor of written harmony at the Royal Brussels Conservatory of Music. He is most ardently advocates music and those who perform it, especially the young musicians. His biography has been published in the famous American biographical encyclopaedia « Who’s who in the World ». André Waignein died unexpectedly on November 22, 2015 at the age of 73.

Here is a list with the works of André that have been published by Tierolff.

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André as composer/arranger solo-/ensemble music:


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