Joseph Bonnet was a French composer and organist. One of the major French pipe organ players, Joseph Bonnet was born in Bordeaux. He first studied with his father, an organist at St. Eulalie. At the age of 14, he became official organist, first at St. Nicholas and almost immediately at St. Michael. Bonnet also attended classes with Alexandre Guilmant at the Conservatoire de Paris. A few years later he finished with a first prize and, in 1906 was selected to become the organist at St. Eustache, Paris. In 1911 he had the privilege of succeeding Guilmant as concert organist at the conservatoire. He was actively teaching at this time and one of his notable students from his earlier years was Canadian organist Henri Gagnon.
|12 Pièces, Op.5||Piece||Organ|
|12 Pièces, Op.7||Piece||Organ|
|12 Pièces, Op.10||Piece||Organ|
|Poèmes d'Automne, Op.3||Piece||Organ|
|Pater Noster, Op.8 No.1||Sacred Mass||Voice(s) and Instruments|
|Variations de Concert, Op.1||Theme and Variations||Organ|