Roland "Doc" Boisvert
  • mkuczyn
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    For some research I am doing on Roland “Doc” Boisvert, an important scholar of chant and formerly organist and choirmaster at St. Louis Cathedral here in New Orleans, I am interested in assembling information about Boisvert’s work with the training of choirs elsewhere in America and whatever photos might be available of Boisvert, training exercises, etc. I believe that Boisvert died here in New Orleans in the mid-1990s and have read an article of his in The Caecelia for June 1933 on training boys’ choirs. He was at one time, however, organist and choirmaster at the Roman Catholic cathedral of Dubuque, Iowa, I believe in the late 1920s or early 1930s. Can anyone help? Thanks!
    Michael P. Kuczynski
    Department of English and Medieval Studies
    Tulane University
    New Orleans, LA 70118
    Direct line 504.862.8177
    Fax line 504.862.8958
  • RagueneauRagueneau
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    Hello. has put online the 1930's CAECILIA magazine

    I believe there's some stuff in there about Boisvert

    try around 1933-1936 editions

    again, all online thanks to Jeff Tucker
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    Name Birth Death
    BOISVERT, ROLAND Sep 20, 1899 Apr 13, 1994
    Last residence: 70114 (New Orleans, Orleans, LA)