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BOULAY, Joséphine Pauline (1869 - 1925)
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Joséphine Pauline Boulay (22 May 1869 - 1925) was a French organist and composer. She was born in Paris and studied music at the Paris Conservatoire with César Franck. She was blind and became the first woman to win a first prize in organ at the Conservatoire in 1888. She also won first prize in Faure's competition. For thirty-seven years she taught piano and organ at the Institute for Blind Youths. She died in Paris.