Louis-Pierre Norblin

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Louis Pierre Martin Norblin (2 December 1781, in Warsaw – 14 July 1854, in Connantre) was a French musician. His father was Jan Piotr Norblin (1740–1830).

He taught cello at the Paris Conservatoire, where his students included Charles Lebouc, Auguste Franchomme and Louis-Marie Pilet.

The composer George Onslow dedicated his String Quintet no. 15, op. 38 to Norblin.[1]

Norblin was also an art collector. His son Émile Norblin (1821–1880) was also a musician and art collector.


  1. ^ George Onslow, Quinzième Quintetto...Op. 38 (Leipzig: Fr. Kistner, [1830]), title page.