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Pierre Dandrieu (d'Andrieu) (baptised in Angers on 21 March 1664 – 20 October 1733) was a French priest, composer and organist.
Pierre Dandrieu was baptised in Angers. After studying with Lebègue, he held the organ of Saint-Barthélemy church [fr], now destroyed, on the île de la Cité in Paris, for more than 40 years. His nephew Jean-François Dandrieu succeeded him to this same gallery in 1733.
Dandrieu died in Paris on 20 October 1733.
Pierre Dandrieu published around 1714 a book of 42 Noëls [fr] and various pieces for the organ (mainly) or harpsichord, published again between 1721 and 1733 (c. 1725 according to the BnF) :
Several of these pieces were later taken back and reworked (by his nephew Jean-François ?), and published in 1759, more than 20 years after the nephew's death.
He also published 3 arias in Recueils d'airs sérieux et à boire at Ballard, in Paris: Mes yeux par leur langueur extrême (August 1697), L'amour s'est fait pour la jeunesse and Petits oyseaux sous ces feuillages (April 1699).