Alexandre Pierre François Boëly was a significant though not main France composer from the first nineteenth century, creating a substantial result of piano, body organ, and chamber functions, and a couple of significant sacred and vocal compositions. Boëly was created into an affluent family members, his dad a countertenor at Saint-Chapelle in Paris and harpist and instructor on the Versailles Courtroom. Little Alexandre received his initial musical instructions from his dad, and enrolled on the Paris Conservatory in 1796 to review violin and piano. He discontinued his research there, nevertheless, before attaining a qualification therefore he could start a profession as an organist and pianist. More than another three years he was quite energetic in structure, turning out such functions as both sonatas of Opus 1 (released in 1810), two sonatas for violin and piano (Opus 32, ca. 1805, released in 1857), and many other functions that included chamber and body organ pieces. A lot of his music had not been released in his life time, but with Opp. 23 through 56, almost two-thirds of his whole result, released after his loss of life. Boëly appears to be one particular luckless numbers in music, a guy with unusual skill who gained fairly little acknowledgement in his life time. His first main position didn’t arrive until 1834 when he started a four-year stint at St. Gervais-St. Protias in Paris, in support of then like a provisional organist. He finally received a exclusive post when he was appointed organist at St. Germain-l’Auxerrois in Paris in 1840. Four years later on, he made up his Two Messes Brèves, Opp. 25 and 26, counted among his most significant compositions in virtually any genre. Boëly started teaching piano in the Notre Dame Cathedral Choir College starting around 1845. His generally traditional preferences and advocacy for the music of Couperin, Frescobaldi, and J.S. Bach ultimately alienated those sympathetic to even more progressive musical designs (i.e., those of the Intimate school). Therefore, despite his acknowledged virtuosity around the body organ, he was dismissed from St. Germain-l’Auxerrois in 1851. Having remaining his post in regards to a 12 months before at Notre Dame, Boëly spent the rest of his existence primarily like a piano teacher.