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Joseph-Aimé-Paul Noyon (3 October 1888 – 15 October 1962) was a French organist and composer of classical music.
Joseph Noyon was born at Cherbourg (France). He studied organ and church music at the Basilica of the Holy Trinity, Cherbourg, and later became the organist at the Church of St. Clément. In 1904 he moved to Paris to study at the École Niedermeyer, where he was student of Charles Wilfrid de Bériot, Paul Viardot, Alfred Marichelle and Henri Dallier and later of Paul Vidal at the Conservatoire de Paris. In later years he became himself teacher of harmony and music theory at the École Niedermeyer.
During his musical career Joseph Noyon was organist and teacher at the Great Organ of the church at Saint-Cloud, teacher at Notre-Dame-d'Auteuil, accompanist to the choirs at Sainte-Chapelle, director of the choirs of the Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française and teacher at the church of Saint-Honoré-d'Eylau for 12 years. He died at Boulogne-Billancourt.
He composed more than 400 works, mainly sacred music, among them are