Henri Édouard Dallier (20 March 1849 – 23 December 1934) was a French organist.
Born in Reims, Dallier studied organ with César Franck at the Conservatoire de Paris and obtained First prize in organ and fugue in 1878. He became "titulaire du grand orgue" of Saint-Eustache in 1879 and in 1905 he succeeded Gabriel Fauré as the organist of la Madeleine.
- Cantilène, piano, 1874
- Six grands préludes pour la Toussaint, Op. 19, organ (Leduc, 1891)
- Contemplation, violin, piano/harp and organ (Leduc, 1891)
- Messe nuptiale (Leduc, 1894)
- In Deo caritas, organ (Leduc, 1895)
- Symphony No.1, Op. 50 (1908)
- Cinq invocations, organ (Lemoine, 1926)
- Fete joyeuse, trumpet and piano
- Fantaisie-Caprice, oboe and piano
- Free scores by Henri Dallier at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
- Detailed biography, Prix de Rome
|Organist, Église de la Madeleine
|This article about a French classical musician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article on an organist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|