Jean Théodore Latour

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Jean Théodore Latour
Also known as Jean T. Latour[1]
Born 1766
Died 1837
Occupation(s) Composer & Pianist

Jean Théodore Latour (1766–1837)[2] was a French pianist and composer. He wrote several piano sonatinas that have been adapted for early intermediate piano students.[2] His work appears in several books designed for such students.[1]

Latour was appointed official pianist to the Prince Regent (later King George IV of the United Kingdom).


  1. ^ a b Piano Music Composed By Jean T Latour. The Encore Music, retrieved April 24, 2008
  2. ^ a b Latour, Theodore 1766-1837. Sheet Music 2 Print, retrieved April 24, 2008

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