Jacques Berthier  (1923-1994)
Last updated: 09.10.23
According to the Internet source given below, Jacques Berthier was a French composer born in Auxerre, Burgundy.
He wrote of liturgical music and is best known for writing much of the music used for the monastic Taizé Community such as Laudate omnes gente. He studied at the École César Franck in Paris under Edouard Souberbielle and Guy de Lioncour.
He died in Paris.

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Title Parts Choir Remarks
Recorder Sheet Music
Sing to God (Singt dem Herrn) (Choral work with D/A)smp_logo_88_white.gif
8 pages.
For Voices: SATB, cantor, (assembly). Instruments: Flute, cello, recorders (soprano, alto) (instruments optional). Piano reduction.
Publisher: GIA Publications (G-4980)
Three Songs for Lent (Choral work with D/A)smp_logo_88_white.gif
12 pages.
For Voices: SATB, asssembly; unison canon (4 voices); SATB or 3 equal voices, cantor, assembly. Instruments: Flute; 2 recorders (soprano, alto); oboe; 2 flutes; etcetera etcetra.
Publisher: GIA Publications (G-5574)
Two Songs for Easter (Choral work with D/A)smp_logo_88_white.gif
8 pages.
For Voices: SATB, cantor, assembly; unison canon. Instruments: 2 recorders (soprano, alto); flute; etc. etc.
Publisher: GIA Publications (G-5576)
     Composer Title Performer
youtube15.jpg J. Berthier Laudate omnes gentes (3:40) Taizé