Alexandre Dénéréaz composed more than 130 musical works, including four symphonies, several symphonic poems; a piano, violin and cello concerto; string quartets, cantatas, choral works, organ and piano pieces, and songs. His best known publication was the book La musique et la vie intérieure, in which he described the history of the development of musical composition.
He first studied in Lausanne then moved to Dresden in 1892. Back in Lausanne in 1896 he became the organist at Saint-François Church, a position which he held until his death.
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