Pierre Fournier Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age

Pierre Fournier Net Worth

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$93’000’000. *This information was provided by Moore, 45 years old. Job: (Fur Blower). From Jeffersonville, Vermont
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1,77m.*This information was provided by Anne Kiebuzinski, 56 years old. From Spiritwood, North Dakota.
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Pierre Fournier information

Birth date and age[BOD]: 1906-01-01

Death date: 1986-01-01

Profession: Art Department, Camera Department, Miscellaneous Crew
Pierre Fournier (June 24, 1906 – January 8, 1986) was a French cellist who was called the aristocrat of cellists, on account of his elegant musicianship and majestic sound.He was born in Paris, the son of a French Army general. His mother taught him to play the piano, but he had a mild case of polio as a child and lost dexterity in his feet and legs. Having difficulties with the piano pedals, he turned to the cello.He received early training from Odette Krettly, and from 1918 studied with Andr? Hekking and later with Paul Bazelaire. He graduated from the Paris Conservatory at 17, in 1923. He was hailed as the cellist of the future and won praise for his virtuosity and bowing technique. In the period 1925-1929 he was a member of the Krettly Quartet, led by Odettes brother Robert Krettly.He became well known when he played with the Concerts Colonne Orchestra in 1925. He began touring all over Europe. At various stages he played with many of the most highly acclaimed, prestigious musicians of his time, and recorded the complete chamber music of Brahms and Schubert for the BBC on acetates. However, these deteriorated before the recordings could be transferred to a more durable medium. He is also praised for his recordings of the Bach suites (Beethoven-Saal, Hannover, December 1960), which are regarded even now as some of the best versions ever made. His other discs include LPs of Beethovens cello sonatas and Elgars Cello Concerto, these have long since been available on CD.Fournier was a teacher at the ?cole Normale de Musique in Paris and the Paris Conservatoire from 1937 to 1949. He made his first tour of the United States in 1948 and played to great acclaim in New York and Boston.His performance in America became an embarrassment when it was revealed in 1949 that Fournier had collaborated with the Nazis during the occupation of France. He was found to have performed 82 times on Radio-Paris – a German station – for which he had been paid a total of 192,400 francs. In France, the National Purging Committees

Professional Branch for Dramatic and Lyric Artists and Performing Musicians had found him guilty of collaboration, and had banned him from performing for a period of six months.After 1956, he made his home in Switzerland, although he never relinquished his French citizenship. He received the dedication of both Bohuslav Martin?s Cello Concerto No. 1 (1930, rev. 1939, 1955) and Francis Poulencs Cello Sonata (1948).In 1963, he was made a member of the Legion of Honour. He continued performing in public until two years before his death at the age of 79. Till the end, he taught privately at his home in Geneva: the British cellist Julian Lloyd Webber was among his pupils.His son Jean-Pierre became a pianist performing under the name of Jean Fonda.Fournier played 3 instruments: A Jean Baptisme Vuillaume 1863, a Matteo Goffriller 1722 and a rare Charles Adolphe Maucotel 1849. With the Maucoutel he played the last 18 years of h

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