Henri Mulet

born on 17/10/1878 in Paris, Île-de-France, France

died on 20/9/1967 in Draguignan, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France

Henri Mulet

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Henri Mulet was a French organist and composer. He was born on 17 October 1878 in Paris, France, and died on 20 September 1967 in Draguignan, France.

Most of his published compositions were for the organ. His works for organ have been called "expressive in a post-Romantic manner."

He won first prize for cello in Delsart's class in 1893. He won second prize for organ in 1897. He studied organ with Guilmant and Widor. He served as an organist in several churches in Paris; he was a professor at the Ecole Niedermeyer and at the Schola Cantorum.

In 1937 Mulet burnt his manuscripts and left Paris for Draguignan in Provence. Most of his surviving music is largely unknown.

He served as organist at the cathedral in Draguignan until 1958, and entrusted himself to the care of the monks at the abbey there. He was married but had no children. He spent the last 30 of his 89 years in seclusion.

Original source of this article is the Henri Mulet page at the Classical Composers Database (from January 2004), which was written by Ioannis Dimitroulis.



  • Méditation religieuse, 1896?
  • Prière, 1902?
  • Carillon-Sortie, 1912?
  • Esquisses Byzantines (10 pieces), 191419
  • Offertoire funèbre
  • Petit offertoire
  • Sortie douce
  • Offertoire sur un Alléluia grégorien, pour la fête du Très-Saint-Rosaire


  • Angelus; Offertoire; Sortie


  • Dans la vallée du tombeau (Souvenir de Lombardie), symphonic poem, 1908
  • La Toussaint, symphonic poem, 1909
  • Fantaisie pastorale, 1911
  • Paysage dhiver
  • Paysages crépusculaires
  • Scherzo-Marche
  • Petite suite sur des airs populaires français
  • Souvenirs de Lombardie


  • O mon Jésus (hymn), 1900
  • Laigu bruissement, voice and piano, 1904
  • Laudate dominum, four voices and organ, 1904
  • Soleils couchants, voice and piano, 1904
  • Ave Maria, three voices & organ, 1910
  • Les deux étoiles, voice and piano, 1910
  • Le dernier des Maourys, voice and piano, 1911
  • Le talion, voice and orchestra, 1912

Chamber and instrumental

  • Danse afghane, piano, 1904
  • 2 noëls, oboe or clarinet & piano, 1904
  • Danse persane, piano, 1910
  • Petit lied très facile, harpsichord or piano, 1910


  • Michel Duchesneau. L'avant-garde musicale et ses sociétés à Paris de 1871 à 1939. Sprimont: Editions Mardaga, 1997

External links

  • Download Carillon Sortie MP3 played by Hugh Potton at Hammerwood Park
  • Detailed Biography [1] The Diapson, December 2008
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